Are you a graduate student? Apply today for an EPSCoR Externship! The NM EPSCoR Externship Program is a research exchange program that allows graduate students (or exceptional undergraduates) to spend a semester or summer doing research at a partnering New Mexico university or research facility.
The winners of the Algae Industry Magazine International Readers' Poll announced on January 15th, and we're happy to say that our people and places took home awards in the categories for which they were nominated!
The STEM Advancement Program (STEMAP) engages students from New Mexico regional universities, community colleges, and tribal colleges in the research funded by NM EPSCoR. Get top notch research experience while getting paid!
It's time for another NM EPSCoR Spotlight! This month we will shine our spotlight on Dr. Michael Heagy, coordinator for the STEM Advancement Program.
Energize New Mexico
New Mexico's Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (NM EPSCoR) is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to build the state's capacity to conduct scientific research. Faculty and students from NM universities and colleges are working to realize New Mexico's potential for sustainable energy development. NM EPSCoR is also cultivating a diverse, well-qualified Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) workforce and supporting a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship.
NM EPSCoR News
It's time for another NM EPSCoR Spotlight! This month we will shine our spotlight on Dr. Michael Heagy, coordinator for the STEM...
Chelsea shows off her work with a smile—Natives in STEM poster, NM campus map for STEMAP,...
Last month, we announced (via email) that members and organizations of our Bioalgal Component team have been nominated for the "Who...
Dr. Richard T. Sayre is a senior research scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and the New Mexico Consortium, and he is...
Fall 2015, what a season it's been! NM EPSCoR made its mark at several national events thanks to STEM Advancement Program students...