Lisa Majkowski is the director of the SES and Office for Student Learning programs at NMT. She received her bachelors and masters degrees in Geology from New Mexico Tech and her areas of research interest are soils, geomorphology, and nanotectonics. She has worked for several research groups at NMT, including the National Cave and Karst Research Institute, CRONUS-Earth, New Mexico ESPCoR, and the Magdalena Ridge Observatory.
She has worked with several student-centered grant-funded projects at NMT, including the NSF NM Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate, the NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates: Interdisciplinary Science for the Environment, the NM-EPSCoR Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program: Water and Climate in NM, and is currently the director of the Title V Student Engagement and Success Project (SES).
In her spare time, she is an instructor at the Aurora Borealis Glass Studio and she attends the high tea at the St. James Tearoom once a month. She enjoys riding her dirt bike in the Quebradas.
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