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The New Mexico Network for Women in Science and Engineering (NMNWSE) encourages women to enter into, and develop their careers in, science, engineering, and allied professions through annual technical symposia, outreach, and local chapter activities.

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2015 NMNWSE Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) Conferences

All NMNWSE EYH for 2014 are over. Thanks to all who helped make the 2014 NMNWSE EYH a success!
In 2015, 4 spring and 2 fall NMNWSE EYH conferences will be held, similar to the 2014 conferences. Volunteers to help organize and present workshops are needed!
 For additional information on NMNWSE EYH conferences and conference contacts, see

Jan Frigo selected as 2014 IMPACT! Award Winner

The NMNWSE IMPACT! Award is presented annually at our Annual Meeting to a New Mexico woman for her extraordinary efforts in furthering the goals of the Network: to encourage women to enter into and develop their careers in science, engineering, and allied professions.

Jan is being recognized for her extraordinary mentoring and networking contributions over the past 16 years as an ambassador, advocate, mentor, and leader in the STEM professions. She galvanizes kids' interest in robotics, works arduously to close the gender gap in STEM fields through organizing and leading workshops in the northern NM Expanding Your Horizons (NNM EYH), professionally mentors students and junior professionals in computer science and engineering, and also finds time to network with and do STEM outreach to women and minority small business start-ups in New Mexico.
Click here for the press release summarizing Jan's contributions.

Please visit for more information about this award. Nominations for the 2015 IMPACT! Award will be due late summer, 2015.

Central Chapter to hold monthly meetings

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  September 2014 NMNWSE Newsletter  
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