1. Natalie Rogers
  2. http://www.nmepscor.org
  3. Public Relations Specialist
  5. New Mexico EPSCoR
  1. Chelsea Chee
  2. Diversity & Inclusion Coordinator
  4. New Mexico EPSCoR
  1. Anne Jakle
  2. Associate Director
  4. New Mexico EPSCoR

New Mexico EPSCoR

NSF Awards: 1301346

2017 (see original presentation & discussion)

Undergraduate, Graduate, Adult learners, Informal / multi-age

Each year, the STEM Advancement Program (STEMAP) engages students from New Mexico regional universities, community colleges, and tribal colleges in the research funded by New Mexico EPSCoR. During the summer, 10 to 12 students take part in a week of prep workshops at New Mexico Tech then spend seven to eight weeks working with New Mexico EPSCoR-funded faculty and students on cutting edge research that is important to New Mexico. Additionally, students can continue to participate into the academic year for monthly webinars or extended research. STEMAP provides support, mentoring, and a sense of community for students usually left behind in the STEM pipeline.

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