Supercomputing Challenge Expo & Award Ceremony

April 24th & 25th

Jewish Community Center, Albuquerque

The Supercomputing Challenge is a statewide program that promotes critical thinking and project-based learning in science and engineering. Our program focus is to develop the next generation of high school graduates with the skills that will make them better prepared to compete in an information based economy. We expect about 200 students, 50 teachers, and over 50 volunteers on April 24th and 25th. Hosting a conference that connects, inspires, and guides students and teachers in computing would be impossible without our sponsors.

We offer sponsorships tailored for your needs, whether you are a corporation, an academic institute, a government agency, or a nonprofit or national lab. Our Expo features one of the largest STEM events in New Mexico, but even if you don’t want to participate in that, you can sponsor a single event or service, or even help others attend the celebration!

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New Mexico Women of STEM

New Mexico Women of STEM

What an inspiring group of women at the July 2015 New Mexico Women of STEM Calendar reception. Shown from left to right are, Diana Northup, Cristina Montoya, Mia Kalish, Nina Lanza, Phyllis Baca, Becca Galves, Turtle Haste, Teri Roberts, Mary Jemin, Jill Wick, Lorie Liebrock, Jeri Timlin, Janeen Anderson and Heather Yazzie-Kinlacheeny. Also honored, but not in attendance were Jill Hruby, Patty Lopez and Diane Oyen. At Domenici Center For Health Sciences Education.

Nominations are being accepted for the 2017-2018 New Mexico Women of STEM Calendar.

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