NM STEM Connection provides information about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) resources for NM students, teachers, parents, counselors, and administrators as well as higher education faculty/staff as well as community members interested in the promotion of STEM education in New Mexico.
By providing a single, searchable site for the rich diversity of STEM related opportunities in New Mexico, NM STEM Connection will help more New Mexicans of all ages and all areas of the state to explore and develop their interests in STEM. NM STEM Connection is managed by the UNM STEM-H Center for Outreach, Research and Education (STEM-H CORE) with support from the New Mexico Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (NM EPSCoR).
UNM-Los Alamos is a branch of The University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, the largest four-year university in New Mexico. The UNM-LA branch campus is located in Los Alamos, a community that is home to the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL).
UNM-Los Alamos is known for its small classes and dedicated instructors and staff. With an average class size of 10 students, UNM-LA offers the type of hands-on learning usually available only at a private liberal arts college for a bargain community college price.
The UNM-Taos branch campus serves students from northern New Mexico and the larger community with comprehensive educational opportunities in order to better prepare them to successfully participate in the world as educated, skilled, creative and responsible individuals. The Taos Campus is an open-access, student-centered, affordable college offering dual-credit, basic skills, transfer, career-technical, workforce training and lifelong learning courses and programs.
Santa Fe Community College is responsible for providing the region with affordable high quality education and training. Presented through a variety of delivery methods and time formats, this includes basic skill programs; certificates and technical degrees; associate degrees with four year transfer potential, and personal enrichment courses both for credit and not for credit. These offerings are designed to add value to the lives of our community members by broadening opportunities; enhancing personal income; improving working and living conditions; and fostering richer, healthier lives. The College also responds to the economic and workforce needs of the community by quickly and flexibly providing essential training, especially in emerging technologies.