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NMNWSE Award for Supercomputing Challenge 2019-20
NMNWSE is proud to announce our Supercomputing Challenge 2019-20 Award went to Team 25, a multi-school team from Eldorado and Manzano High Schools in Albuquerque, including Nancy Avila, Gwenevere Caouette, Priscila Flores, and Kyreen White, and sponsored by Sharee Lunsford, Karen Glennon, and Patty Meyer.
The title of their project was Internet of Things Security: How to Keep IoT Devices Secure at Home. Our prizes included a NMNWSE bag, pin, and water bottle, safety goggles, a certificate, and a $50 gift card for each team member.
The competition was judged online this year, with the awards delivered by the Supercomputing Challenge Prize Patrol.
Congratulations Team 25!
- Cheri Burch, NMNWSE STEM Coordinator
2020 Summer Physics Camp for Young Women in Northern New Mexico
The Summer Physics Camp for Young Women in Northern New Mexico is free 2 week long camp at Pojoaque Valley High School, which aims at empowering and inspiring young women to make connections with STEM professionals and consider careers is STEM. It runs from June 8-19, and is open to young women attending High School in Northern New Mexico who have completed Algebra I or a high-level math course.
The organizers would appreciate your help spreading the word to eligible young women. They are also looking for additional volunteers to help with the camp.
The application deadline for students is April 1, 2020.
Note acceptance to this program is not based on grades, but on the assessment of the impact that participating to this STEM camp can have on the young woman and her future.
For more details, see
Click here for an article about the 2018 camp.