With the current Covid-19 pandemic on hand, it is no longer possible to network at large events or at a bar. Business has been taken online and many events are now held virtually. With that comes new strategies to make the most out of Zoom meet-ups and virtual events. This seminar will address how to be effective while networking virtually, presented by Albuquerque’s master networker, Stacy Sacco.
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Event Category: NM STEM
The WE (Women Entrepreneurs) Coffee Meetup is a monthly networking meeting for Women Entrepreneurs. This month we’re taking it virtual!
This meeting is designed to connect, activate, and empower women entrepreneurs looking to launch and grow their business. These meetups are part of Arrowhead Center’s WE Network, a spin-out of the WE Mean Business conference. WE Coffee Meetups will be held on the 4th Thursday of each month online via Zoom. We look forward to connecting with you all again!
Join us to hear from the mentors of the UNM NSF I-Corps Program, an entrepreneurial training program to explore the transition of a technology to the marketplace. The panelists will share their experiences as an I-Corps Mentor, development of the student teams, and the value of the program to the university. There will be time for questions about the program as well.
Already interested in participating in I-Corps? Applications are now open for UNM teams at http://loborainforest.com/icorps/.
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Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham issued Executive Order 2019-003 on climate change in January 2019. This order established the New Mexico Interagency Climate Change Task Force and included several policy directives for state agencies to implement. This presentation will give an overview of the 2019 New Mexico Climate Strategy report produced in response to EO 2019-003. We will also cover legislative and regulatory updates from the past few months and provide additional depth and detail on strategy and planned action in the electricity sector.
Please join us for the 2020 STEMAP student presentations and virtual poster session!
STEMAP engages students from NM’s regional universities, community colleges, and tribal colleges in NM SMART Grid Center research and training. Students spend 8-weeks working under the direction of faculty mentors at NMSU, NMT, and UNM. The NM SMART Grid Center, an interdisciplinary National Science Foundation (NSF) project, is pursuing research and workforce training for next-generation electric power production and delivery.
The Distributed Energy Workforce at Santa Fe Community College is pleased to announce the Virtual Summit on emerging workforce training opportunities in Distributed Energy Systems.
SFCC’s Smart and Microgrid Training Center has established a program and hired a full-time faculty member to develop curricula, degrees, and certifications in this critical aspect of grid modernization.
Join us to learn about this program, the broader opportunities, and how all New Mexico educational institutions can share and cooperate to maximize the potential.
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Yes, you belong! In this webinar two professionals will explore how impostor syndrome, self-doubt, and mental health affected their education and career in STEM. Through their stories panelists will explain how and when they identified their impostor syndrome, share strategies to move beyond it, and why you do belong in STEM.
The best way to achieve your career goals is to have a plan. An Individual Development Plan (IDP) is a tool that helps you outline both your short-term and long-term goals. Creating a plan can also help you identify what skills you need to meet those goals and objectives. In this webinar, two Linton-Poodry SACNAS Leadership Institute alumni from the academia and industry sectors (Dr. Patricia Silveyra and Dr.