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"Science is Everywhere" Camps

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History The wonder of science comes alive during the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History’s Science is Everywhere Science Kids Camps. Learn more about robots, biology, forensics, engineering, chemistry, physics,... read more

2nd Annual New Mexico Brain Bee

2nd Annual New Mexcio Brain Bee The New Mexico Chapter of the Society of Neuroscience is hosting the second annual New Mexico Brain Bee on Saturday 2/20/16 at the UNM Health Sciences Center. This exciting event, being held in collaboration with the... read more

Academy of Young Scientists - From Stone Age to Space Age

The Southern New Mexico Academy for Young Scientists (AYS) provides opportunities to spark the interest of students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Through hands-on science adventures, AYS educates... read more

ACM NM Celebration of Women in Computing

ACM NMCWiC Las Cruces has been selected to host an ACM New Mexico Celebration of Women in Computing event! The ACM-NMCWiC Women in Computing celebration will be held November 11 – 12, 2016. ACM-NMCWiC is a 1.5 day, regionally... read more

Adventures in Science and Knowledge

The Asombro Institute for Science Education (home of the Chihuahuan Desert Nature Park) is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing scientific literacy by fostering an understanding of the Chihuahuan Desert. To... read more

AERO AV8R's - Southwest Learning Centers

Our AERO (Aeronautical Education and Research Opportunities) AV8R Program introduces our students to the exciting and rewarding career fields found in aviation. As a technology-based preparatory school, we found that... read more

American Chemical Society – Central New Mexico Local Section

ACS Chemistry of Life The Central New Mexico Local Section of the American Chemical Society has a membership of about 800 members in the central portion of New Mexico (counties of Bernalillo, Los Alamos, Rio Arriba, Sandoval, Santa Fe, San... read more

Animal Protections in Student Research Workshop

You will NOT want to miss this GREAT training for middle & high school teachers! It offers a comprehensive set of materials and training on vertebrate animal care and use in pre-college student research. Members... read more

Astronomy Films for Young Children

Two short films help young children to learn their astronomy alphabet and to count from zero to the age of the universe. read more

Astronomy Laboratory Exercises

The General Education Astronomy Source (GEAS) We have created a sixteen-week sequence of astronomy laboratory exercises, in the form of eight two-week projects. All materials are made available online, so that students may explore these exercises within a classroom... read more

Astronomy Outreach Films

A series of short films highlight the lives of diverse individuals working in the field of astronomy. read more

Bioregional Outdoor Education Program

Four Corners School of Outdoor Education Bioregional Outdoor Education Project The Bioregional Outdoor Education Project (BOEP) has been a program of the Four Corners School of Outdoor Education (FCS) in Monticello, Utah since 1998. BOEP promotes understanding and appreciation of the Colorado... read more

Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program

BEMP The Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program (BEMP - www.bosqueschool.org/bemp.aspx) is long-term ecological research using volunteers (mainly K-12 teachers and their students) to monitor key indicators of structural and... read more

Bosque Education Guide Teacher Professional Development

The Bosque Education Guide is an interdisciplinary curriculum about the Middle Rio Grande Valley ecosystem. The curriculum provides classroom-based and field activities for students grades K-12. For the central activity... read more

Brain Research Study of Creativity

Are you interested in creativity, personality, ability testing, and your brain? You are cordially invited to take part in a special research study conducted by Dr. Rex Jung and his colleagues. Dr. Jung is investigating... read more

Celebrating the Colorado Plateau: Water Within a Landscape

Bioregional Outdoor Education Project Annual Conference March 3-4, 2012 Monticello High School Monticello, UT Celebrating the Colorado Plateau: Water Within a Landscape The BOEP welcomes your submission for their annual... read more

Central New Mexico Science & Engineering Research Challenge

The mission of the Central NM Science & Engineering Research Challenge is to work directly with middle- and high-school teachers and students to encourage young people to become interested in engineering and science... read more

Chain Reaction Scientists

Delve into the nature of physics and chemistry through motion and change. Probelm-solving skills are sharpened as participants work to connect separate actions into a running sequence. Club meets every-other week.... read more

Classes for Home Schoolers at Explora

Explora The Home School Exploration Series For K-8th grade is a semester of weekly, hour-long experiential science, technology and art programs facilitated by Explora educators. Each program takes an inquiry approach to... read more

Computer Science and Information Technology Student Pipeline

As part of Los Alamos National Laboratory's Student Programs, the High Performance Computing and Information Technology Divisions continue to recruit and hire promising undergraduate and graduate students into the... read more

Computer Science Outreach

A multidimensional program with components such as in-school presentations, after-school programming, summer programs, state-wide competitions, social networking, forums and conferences, plus teacher-program interaction... read more

Computer Science workshop for K5 teachers

If you are a K-5 teacher, join us for a 6 hour workshop to learn how to introduce computer science concepts to your students using Code.org's free curricula and on-line tools. Even if you have never done any computer... read more

Computer System, Cluster, and Networking Summer Institute

The Computer System, Cluster, and Networking Summer Institute (CSCNSI) is a focused technical enrichment program targeting third-year college undergraduate students currently engaged in a computer science, computer... read more

Desert Science in the Classroom

Asombro Institute The Asombro Institute for Science Education (home of the Chihuahuan Desert Nature Park) is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing scientific literacy by fostering an understanding of the Chihuahuan Desert. To... read more

Discover STEM

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History Discover STEM Week is an annual celebration of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. During the week of February 1-6, 2016, the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History welcomes teachers and their... read more

DOE Regional Science Bowls - Sandia National Laboratories

The Science Bowl is a Jeopardy-like event for high school and middle school students who have a strong interest and academic ability in mathematics and science. The Science Bowl competition is in the form of a round... read more

Ecology Field Program

Sandia Mountain The Ecology Field Program is a free, placed based, hands on program that introduces students to thier local ecosystem. Students meet SMNHC educators at a wild area near thier school or at the SMNHC in Cedar Crest. They... read more

Elementary School for Students

VINCI schools follow the rigorous American Common Core for Math and English Language Arts, and the Next Generation Science Standards. Preparing all students for success in college, career, and life. the standards have... read more

Environmental Education Association of New Mexico

EEANM is a nonprofit organization which provides, promotes, and enhances quality environmental education by offering New Mexicans opportunities for professional development, communication, and partnership. We work... read more

Environmental Education Professional Development, including Project Learning Tree and Project WET

EEANM provides educator professional development and supports environmental education statewide with the NM EE Certification Program and the NM Environmental Literacy Plan for PreK-12. Project Learning Tree® (PLT) is an... read more

Expanding Your Horizons - Albuquerque

EYH Conferences are dedicated to providing gateway STEM experiences to middle and high school girls that spark interest in STEM activities and careers. All Conference presenters, leaders, and volunteers are guided by... read more

Expanding Your Horizons - Carlsbad

EYH Conferences are dedicated to providing gateway STEM experiences to middle and high school girls that spark interest in STEM activities and careers. All Conference presenters, leaders, and volunteers are guided by... read more

Expanding Your Horizons - Las Cruces

EYH Conferences are dedicated to providing gateway STEM experiences to middle and high school girls that spark interest in STEM activities and careers. All Conference presenters, leaders, and volunteers are guided by... read more

Expanding Your Horizons - Santa Fe (fall)

EYH Conferences are dedicated to providing gateway STEM experiences to middle and high school girls that spark interest in STEM activities and careers. All Conference presenters, leaders, and volunteers are guided by... read more

Expanding Your Horizons - Santa Fe / Los Alamos

EYH Conferences are dedicated to providing gateway STEM experiences to middle and high school girls that spark interest in STEM activities and careers. All Conference presenters, leaders, and volunteers are guided by... read more

Expanding Your Horizons - Silver City

EYH Conferences are dedicated to providing gateway STEM experiences to middle and high school girls that spark interest in STEM activities and careers. All Conference presenters, leaders, and volunteers are guided by... read more

Explora Outreach Programs

Explora Outreach Programs - We will come to your door! Most of our Classroom Explorations and Educational Theater Programs can be brought directly to your classroom, library or community center. In addition, Explora offers... read more

Explora Seasonal Camps

Engaging, hands-on camps in science, technology, engineering, and art! When school is out spend time immersed in activities that explore science, technology and art. Daily camps for pre-k to 8th grade are offered during... read more

Explora Youth Intern Program

Explora Explora’s Youth Intern Program involves low-income high school students in a three-year internship during which they experience an engaging approach to learning and become educators in their community. read more

First Friday Fractals

A monthly fulldome planetarium show that dramatically showcases the beauty of algebra, and the connections between math and nature. This award-winning, awe-inspiring show draws fans from grandchildren to grandparents,... read more

FREE VEX Robotics Workshop and Scrimmage

Workshop for teachers/coaches completely new to robotics as well as for seasoned pros interested in VEX VRC (middle and high school) and VEX IQ (elementary and middle school) robotics. Will be taught by two VEX... read more

GenCyber Cybersecurity Camp

Camp activities will be held in UNM computer labs with extensive hands-on activities. Activities will be supervised by UNM faculty and students. Camp topics will include: Information security principles and... read more

HMTech Outreach Program, Sandia National Laboratories

Sandia National Laboratories Hands-On Minds-On Technologies (HMTech) Summer Science Program is an exciting educational supplement targeting African American middle and high school students. Students of all races and... read more

Human Protections in Student Research Workshop

You will NOT want to miss this GREAT training for middle & high school teachers! It offers a comprehensive set of materials and training on the protection of student researchers and human research participants/... read more

Implementing Microtechnology into your High School STEM Curriculum

Saturday Microsystems Workshop Series - Fall 2013 Implementing Microtechnology into your High School STEM Curriculum APS and the Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) are sponsoring a Saturday workshop... read more

Inquiry Science Education Consortium (ISEC)

In fall 2010, the LANL Foundation launched the Northern New Mexico Inquiry Science Education Consortium (ISEC) as a regional program to improve performance of high-need students in grades K–6. Four school districts (... read more

Intel Math

Intel Math Intel Math is an 80-hour professional development course in mathematics content for K-8 teachers. The program was adapted from the Vermont Math Initiative developed by Dr. Ken Gross. The course is collaboratively taught... read more

Introduction to Sustainability and Water Resources Engineering

Dual Credit UNM Civil Engineering Course for High School Juniors & Seniors (CE160L-004). No cost for 3-hour university course, taught at APS CEC Campus in Spring & Fall 2016. Learn about the hydrologic cycle and... read more

Junior Academy of Science

The New Mexico Academy of Science promotes student research and participation in science fairs with a research paper competition through its affiliate the Junior Academy. This competition provides students with unique... read more

LANL Education Programs

Vision Statement A regional population prepared to enter the Laboratory's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) workforce development pipeline. Mission Statement Enhancing STEM education and enrichment... read more

Learners Chess Camps and After School Programs

The game of chess promotes interdisciplinary mental skills at the cross section of Science Technology Engineering and Math. We teach chess for the purpose of teaching kids to think and use their minds on their own. Our... read more

Managing Local STEM-H Competitions

You will NOT want to miss this great workshop for upper elementary, middle and high school educators! Whether you've been managing a local STEM program/ competition for years or are just starting out, this workshop is... read more

Managing Local STEM-H Competitions

You will NOT want to miss this great workshop for upper elementary, middle and high school educators! Whether you've been managing a local STEM program/ competition for years or are just starting out, this workshop is... read more

Manos Outreach Program, Sandia National Laboratories

The Sandia National Laboratories Hispanic Leadership Outreach Committee (HLOC) and Community Involvement Department, in partnership with Albuquerque Public Schools and the National Hispanic Cultural Center, announces... read more

Master of Science for Teachers / Professional Development Classes

New Mexico Tech offers an accredited MS degree in Science Teaching. Further, Teachers seeking professional development can take courses in this program a la carte, without the degree program. The program focuses on... read more

Math and Science Education Academy 2017

The future of math and science education lies in your hands. As a STEM educator, you touch the lives of future STEM educators every day. During the week-long Math and Science Education Academy you will have an... read more

Math Snacks

Math Snacks logo Math Snacks (mathsnacks.org) are short animations, games and inquiry-based lessons that engage learners in actively building a conceptual understanding of mathematical ideas. They facilitate learning by providing... read more

Mathematically Connected Communities - Leadership Institute for Teachers

The Mathematically-Connected Communities (MC2) Leadership Institute for Teachers (LIFT) project is a partnership among mathematicians, education faculty, and school district leaders to develop a cadre of 60 mathematics... read more

Membership in New Mexico Academy of Science

Advocate and Resource for Science and Science Education The New Mexico Academy of Science is a professional organization open to any person interested in Science or Science Education in New Mexico. The mission of the... read more

NanoDays

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is partnering with the YWCA TechGYRLS to host NanoDays: the biggest Event for the Smallest Science on Saturday, April 5, from 10am to 2 pm at the Museum. NanoDays... read more

National Science Youth Camp

Each year the New Mexico Academy of Science selects two high school seniors as delegates to attend, with all expenses paid including air fare, a three-week science camp in the mountains near Charleston, West Virginia.... read more

NeuroExpo

NeuroExpo Albuquerque is a festival celebrating the brain, its many curiosities and the emerging technologies that are making the brain accessible to all. Youth participants will be provided a table for an interactive... read more

New Mexico Academy of Science Annual Meeting

The New Mexico Academy of Science hosts an annual general meeting with a variety of events often including a distinguished keynote speaker, concurrent sessions, panels, poster presentations, and competitions.... read more

New Mexico Computer Science for All

The Santa Fe Institute (SFI), in partnership with the University of New Mexico, the Supercomputing Challenge, and other educational organizations, industry partners, and local schools, is developing an exciting new... read more

New Mexico Electric Car Challenge - Sandia National Laboratories

The New Mexico Middle School Electric Car Challenge (formerly the NM Hydrogen Fuels Challenge) consists of a battery-powered model car race, design competition, as well as the option to compete in an oral presentation... read more

New Mexico FIRST LEGO® League (FLL®)

"Sport for the Mind" FLL teams of 3-10 students build LEGO®-based robots and develop research projects based on a real-world Challenge that changes annually. Their activities are guided by FLL Core Values. Students in... read more

New Mexico FIRST Robotics FLL Championships and Information Event

The New Mexico FIRST Robotics FLL Championship and Information event will highlight all four levels of FIRST Robotics Programs aimed at engaging students ages 6-18 in hands on, real world challenges that get them... read more

New Mexico Hazmat Challenge

The Hazmat Challenge is an annual training event for regional Hazmat response teams from New Mexico and around the Nation. The event is hosted by LANL Emergency Operations Division, Emergency Response Group. Teams... read more

New Mexico Partnership for Math and Science Education

The New Mexico Partnership for Math and Science Education (NMPMSE) is a statewide membership organization representing institutions and projects involved in STEM education. The vision of the NMPMSE is to promote... read more

New Mexico Project Lead the Way

PLTW New Mexico State University is an Affiliate University with Project Lead the Way (PLTW). PLTW prepares students to be the most innovative and productive leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM... read more

New Mexico Science Teachers Association (NMSTA)

NMSTA The mission of The New Mexico Science Teachers Association (NMSTA) is to provide a network for educators throughout the state to work collaboratively towards improving science education from pre-kindergarten through... read more

New Mexico Space Academy

Earth from Space Fun! Adventure! Friends! That's what New Mexico Space Academy summer science camps are all about! Our goal is to provide a safe and fun environment for your aspiring young scientist to learn and laugh with new friends... read more

NM MESA Program

NM MESA is a pre-college program for grades 6 through 12 in schools throughout New Mexico with an emphasis on STEM. The NM MESA Mission: Empower and motivate New Mexico's culturally diverse students with science,... read more

Northern New Mexico Math & Science Academy

The Northern New Mexico Math and Science Academy (MSA) was started in 2000 by the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) in partnership with the Northern New Mexico Council for Excellence in Education. Since then, over... read more

Nuclear Science Week

Nuclear Science Week Nuclear Science Week is an annual international celebration of all things nuclear science, engineering and technology. During the week of October 19-23, 2015 The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History will... read more

Online Astronomy Tutor

The General Education Astronomy Source (GEAS) This online astronomy tutor contains over 12,000 questions linked to hints, lecture slides, and audio recordings of lectures. It is designed to guide learners at the high school and college level through a semester of... read more

Outstanding Science Teacher Award

The New Mexico Academy of Science solicits annual nominations from middle schools and high schools around the state for science teachers that have gone above and beyond the call in teaching science to their students.... read more

Project GUTS - Growing Up Thinking Scientifically

Project GUTS -- Growing Up Thinking Scientifically -- is a nationally recognized after-school science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) program for middle school students based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Growing up... read more

Project Management for STEM-H Educators

You will NOT want to miss this great workshop for upper elementary, middle and high school educators! This workshop will present the foundations of Project Management as used by millions of professionals in business... read more

Project Management for STEM-H Educators

You will NOT want to miss this great workshop for upper elementary, middle and high school educators! This workshop will present the foundations of Project Management as used by millions of professionals in business... read more

Project WILD and Project WILD Aquatic

Project WILD Project WILD is an award winning, multi-disciplinary wildlife education program for educators and students in Pre-K through grade 12. Project WILD has been involved in STEM training since it was launched in 1983.... read more

Public Lecture The Evolution of Goodness

Science and Society public lecture :The Evolution of Goodness by Lee Dugatkin, University of Louisville read more

Research Challenge (aka science fair!) Bootcamp

The first half of the Research Challenge Bootcamp will cover the 2015-2016 rules, forms, deadlines, competition dates, etc. The second half will be hands-on and active with participants learning what good protocol... read more

Research, Outreach, and Student Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (ROSE STEMS) Program

Research, Outreach, and Student Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (ROSE STEMS) Program. Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI) is an accredited, federally-operated college funded... read more

Responsible Conduct of Research Workshop

You will NOT want to miss this GREAT training for upper elementary, middle, & high school STEM-H educators! It offers training and resources designed to help you and your students identify, clarify, and address... read more

RiverXchange

This innovative, long-term outreach project motivates New Mexico fifth grade students and their teachers to protect local water resources by combining a hands-on curriculum, computer technology and class partnerships.... read more

Robo Task Force after-school club at Explora

Robo Task Force is an after-school robotics club that offers interactive experiences for 3rd through 7th graders. Join other participants in exploring construction, materials development, electronics principles and... read more

RoboRAVE International

"Today's Play, Tomorrow's Pay" An annual robotics competition for teams of 2 to 4 kids (Big KIDS too) in Roboquerque, NM. Age Divisions: Elementary (grades 3-5), Middle (grades 6-8), High School (grades 9-12), and Big KIDS (beyond HS up to age 99... read more

Robot Alliance

The Robot Alliance represents all of New Mexico’s robot competitions and education programs. Members of the alliance have agreed to cross-promote all the other competitions and programs, as each offers a unique... read more

Rocket Workshop

Aiden's rocket built with 2 liter bottles and duct tape. It's not rocket science....well, maybe it is!! Join us for some rocket fun. We will develop and blast off our very own rocket creations. We start with simple straw rockets and work our way up to Egganautics. We will... read more

Safety & Ethics in Student Research

This workshop offers training and resources designed to help you and your students identify, clarify, and address safety & ethics challenges that frequently arise when designing, conducting, or reporting research...... read more

Sandia National Laboratories Family Math Nights

Family Math Night provides an evening of hands-on math activities held at local elementary schools. Students and parents work together on fun math games and activities. Sandia provides all materials and instructions. read more

Sandia National Laboratories Family Science Nights

Family Science Night provides an evening of hands-on science activities held at local elementary schools in the Albuquerque, NM and Livermore, CA communities. Students and parents work together to conduct simple inquiry... read more

Santa Fe Alliance for Science

SFAFS is an organization of more than 100 STEM professional volunteers in the Santa Fe area who work with students and teachers to help improve K-14 math and science education. SFAFS offers high school and community... read more

Santa Fe Science Cafés for Young Thinkers

Held 6 times per academic year, the purpose of this program is to introduce middle- and high school students to interesting topics in science and technology. Please see the Alliance website, www.sfafs.org, for a... read more

Science Advisors Program

The Science Advisors (SCIAD) Program services teachers and students K-12 with local STEM community resources for support with STEM instruction and activities. The program networks with STEM professionals in higher... read more

Science to Grow On

Science to Grow On is an engaging experience for children in kindergarten through third grade. In these classes, children learn about science by questioning, experiencing, and investigating. Participation of parents or... read more

Science Workshops for Teachers

Immerse yourself in science-rich experiences! We'll take an inquiry approach to learning that involves all participants in active exploration of physical materials to simulate minds and provide ideas to implement in the... read more

Scientifically Connected Communities (SC2)

SC2 Goals: Focusing on public elementary, middle and high schools in New Mexico that primarily serve minorities and students underrepresented in the science fields, the goals of Scientifically Connected Communities are to... read more

Simply Science

Simply Science is just that.....SIMPLE. Join us for simple science experiments, the kind you may not get to do at home in the kitchen. Dress accordingly, hopefully things will get messy. read more

Soar to Greater Heights: Growing STEMS for the Next Generation

The annual Fall Conference for New Mexico Science Teachers’ Association New Mexico Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Environmental Education Association of New Mexico will be held Friday – Sunday, November 13 – 15... read more

Southern New Mexico Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Aerospace Academy (SNM SEMAA)

The Southern New Mexico Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Aerospace Academy (SNM SEMAA)is a national, innovative project designed to increase participation and retention of historically underrepresented K-12 youth... read more

Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) at the UNM Manufacturing Training and Technology Center

The SCME offers professional development and educational materials to excite and engage secondary and post secondary students in the field of Microsystems (MEMS) technology. This is a fast growing, multidisciplinary... read more

STEM Advancement Program

The STEM Advancement Program (STEMAP) engages students from NM regional universities, community colleges and tribal colleges in the research funded by NM EPSCoR. Each summer, 12 students will take part in a week of... read more

STEM Collaborative Center

The STEM Collaborative Center promotes collaboration between UNM departments, and develops STEM engagement opportunities for first and second year UNM students. STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering... read more

STEM Gateway Program, Title V

The STEM Gateway program opens wide the gates to graduation for Hispanic and low income students. By focusing resources on undergraduate science and math courses that traditionally have low student success rates, UNM... read more

STEM UP CNM/UNM Cooperative

A Hispanic Serving Institute (HSI) Grant awarded by the Department of Education. Our primary goals are to: increase degrees earned in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math for Hispanic and low income students at CNM... read more

Student Forest Restoration Monitoring

Give students the opportunity to spend a day as a forest ecologist! Students will learn about forest health, restoration, and management through hands-on data collection and field work. Collected data will be used by... read more

Student Project Development Bootcamp

This workshop for middle & high school students (geared predominantly toward middle school) of tools for you to use as you develop your research or engineering project for this year! Hands on activities to help you... read more

Student Project Development Bootcamp

Don't miss this fun and useful workshop where you will learn lots of tools to use as you do your research or engineering project! Hands on activities to help you understand the process of inquiry, choose a topic, and... read more

Supercomputing Challenge

Supercomputing Challenge The Supercomputing Challenge has been an ongoing program in New Mexico since 1990. It is dedicated to increasing interest in science and math among 6th through 12th grade students by introducing them to computational... read more

The Memorial Middle School Agricultural Extension and Education Center (MMSAEEC)

The Memorial Middle School Agricultural Extension and Education Center (MMSAEEC) is located in Las Vegas, New Mexico on the Memorial Middle School campus. The campus occupies 34.4 acres of former agricultural land in... read more

The Next Generation Conservationist Career Fair

Talking Talons Youth Leadership (TTYL) has partnered with the US Fish and Wildlife Service Valle De Oro Wildlife Refuge as well as several other federal and community partners to host The Next Generation... read more

Undergraduate Visualization and Modeling Network

The Undergraduate Visualization and Modeling Network (UVMN) provides professional development for instructors (faculty) and students from Primarily Undergraduate Institutions (PUI) in the three consortium states—ID, NM... read more

UNM STEM-H Center for Outreach, Research & Education

Central NM Science & Engineering Research Challenge (regional "science fair") is held at UNM main campus annually in March. Central NM Science Olympiad is held at UNM main campus annually in February. The SW... read more

UNM-PNM Statewide Mathematics Contest

The goal of the contest is to promote mathematics education in New Mexico by rewarding students, teachers, and their schools for mathematics excellence. Currently, the PNM Foundation has awarded a renewable yearly... read more

VEX & VEX IQ Robotics Competition

Competition for VEX (middle and high school) and VEX IQ (elementary and middle school) robotics teams. Qualifying event for state championship. For more information and to register please go to:http://www.robotevents.... read more

Young Women in Computing

Young Women in Computing Young Women in Computing Program (YWiC) is an outreach initiative developed with the vision to increase the participation in computer science (CS) activities and exposure for all students in NM. YWiC is housed in the... read more