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NMOST’s OST STEM Workshop Series – Fall 2017

For more information click here to visit the NMOST webpage regarding the workshop.  Dimensions of Success_12 dimensions and evidence flowchart Memorandum of Understanding_NMOST STEM Workshops 2017 Memorandum of Understanding_NMOST STEM Workshops 2017

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Science Brain Battle 2017

 

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SC2 Summer Institute 2017

Teacher Information and Agenda is now available.  Presenters are also needed. More information is available in the package above. 

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Thank You Zia Middle School

On February 23rd, students of Zia Middle School attended a Field Trip at New Mexico State University. Among the stops on their campus tour, we at the STEM Outreach Center were grateful to have them. They were shown our set of Cubelets, cube shaped parts that come together magnetically to make a robot. The students were…
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Santi and Sofi Science

Science experiments so easy a 2 and 4 year old can do, with adult help of course. This channel demonstrates fun and easy experiments for both children and parents to do together in the comfort of their own home. I (Mr. S) have been teaching science for over 14 years and wanted to do some fun activities with my children,…
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Dr. Susan Brown was honored for the STEM outreach programs offered to LCPS schools

Susan Brown, interim associate dean of research for the NMSU College of Education and director of the NMSU STEM Outreach Center, was recognized with a standing ovation Tuesday evening by the Las Cruces Public School board and LCPS interim superintendent Steven Sanchez. Brown (middle) was honored for the STEM outreach programs offered to LCPS schools…
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STEM Outreach Center offers free middle school summer camps

Registration is now open for the free middle school summer camps offered through the STEM Outreach Center. The camps fill up fast, so do not delay in getting your middle schooler registered. For more information, camp descriptions and to register, visit http://stem.nmsu.edu. If you have any questions, please contact Kassi Simpson at kassig@nmsu.edu.

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STEM Day for Girls

STEM Day for Girls to be held Jan. 23 STEM Day for Girls at NMSU is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23. This incredible one-day event will include fun and creative hands-on STEM workshops for girls in 5th–10th grades, led by role models in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The…
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NMSU College of Education professor part of research team in $55.5 million NSF grant

Susan Brown, associate professor and director of the STEM Outreach Center at New Mexico State University’s College of Education, is a member of a leadership team that will research nature-inspired soil engineering as part of a $55.5 million National Science Foundation grant. Last month, NSF officials announced the grant to fund three new Engineering Research…
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Math camp right formula for Las Cruces students, teachers

By Damien Willis Posted on 06/04/2015 in the Las Cruces Sun-News This week, at University Hills Elementary and the New Mexico State University campus, students from across the city are learning how useful math can be — from calculating areas of countries to understanding the dangers of the Ebola virus. At the MC² Math Lab,…
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