$999,999 NSF Grant Awarded to Northern

August 12, 2016

The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant of $999,999 to Northern New Mexico College for the project: "Biology and Environmental Science Training (BEST)," under the direction of Dr. Ulises Ricoy, Dr. Stephanie Amedeo-Marquez, and Tobe Bott-Lyons.

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