Hey, students! We know it is snowing outside, but now is the time to start thinking about summer. Do you already have a paid internship lined up? If not, don’t worry – we’ve put together a gaggle of opportunities to help you out.
New Mexico EPSCoR is committed to the principles of diversity and inclusion. We strive to establish an environment that exemplifies and promotes diversity of all types (individual, institutional, geographic, and disciplinary).
At last year's annual All Hands Meeting for the NM SMART Grid Center, we charged our team members to come up with ideas of what they could do personally to engage a wide diversity of students at their institutions. Here are a few more ideas that continue the overarching themes of “Involve. Encourage. Engage.”
Who has been a part of NM EPSCoR the longest? The answer may surprise you.
DOE EPSCoR has released a new solicitation on "Building EPSCoR-State/DOE-National Laboratory Partnerships."
The NM SMART Grid Center is pleased to announce the most recent faculty hire for the project: Frank Currie, who is leading development of the Smart- and Micro-grid Training Center at Santa Fe Community College (SFCC). Within this role, Frank will spearhead development of the Distributed Energy Systems Program, an AAS and AS degree program specializing in smart grid and microgrid systems technician training.
“I am excited to build the program I wish had existed when I started school,” Frank said.