NMJS accepting manuscripts for the 2022 issue

NMJS accepting manuscripts for the 2022 issue
The New Mexico Journal of Science is accepting papers for consideration for our upcoming issue ...
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NMJAS 2022 Senior Division First Place Award

NMJAS 2022 Senior Division First Place Award
New Mexico Junior Academy of Science first pace winner, senior divisition, 2022 ...
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2021 New Mexico Journal of Science Published

2021 New Mexico Journal of Science Published
The 2021 edition of the New Mexico Journal of Science is available for reading or downloading. It features two articles from our universities and abstracts from the November student poster symposium ...
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Do you know an outstanding science teacher?

Do you know an outstanding science teacher?
Two outstanding educators are honored each year at the annual November NMAS meeting with a commemoration, a monetary award, and classroom materials. Each winner and a guest are provided a hotel room, event registration and meal for the annual award ceremony.  This award is augmented by a monetary award from the American Chemical Society (ACS). If you know an outstanding teacher, nominate him or her ...
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STEMYS

STEMYS
Nominations are open for the 2022 New Mexico Excellence in STEM Awards,  also known as the STEMYS. If you know someone deserving of recognition for their work in science, technology, engineering or math education nominate them today ...
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National Youth Science Camp

National Youth Science Camp
Applications for the 2022 National Youth Science Camp are open! It will again be a virtual event due to the on-going pandemic. The deadline to submit applications is  March 31, 2022 ...
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Congratulations to Dr. Babu Chamala!

Congratulations to Dr. Babu Chamala!
Let’s give congratulations to our President Elect Dr. Babu Chalamala for becoming a fellow of two prestigious national professional societies: On January 26, he became a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. On December 7, 2021 Babu became a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors ...
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Malva Knoll Secretary

Malva Knoll retired in 2007 as a science teacher from the secondary chemistry classrooms of the Albuquerque Public Schools.  She was the NM candidate for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching twice during her career.  Ms. Knoll was the Director of Education at the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History in Albuquerque from 2007-2012 where she helped transition the education programs from Old Town at a new site which accommodated an outdoor aircraft yard, and a science curriculum based on current NM Science standards and inquiry, discovery methodology. Ms. Knoll received her Masters Degree from the University of New Mexico in Secondary and Adult Education in 1980.  She has been an active supporter of the ...
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