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January

Student Survivors
January 27, 2016

This addition of Student Survivors features a student member of the Freshman STEM Project (FSP). The FSP is a joint project between the STEM Up and STEM Gateway grants that seeks to help STEM-interest…


February

Student Survivors
February 25, 2016

STEM Gateway and the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) at the University of New Mexico are proud to announce our new partnership in support of women in STEM. In the coming months, our programs will …


STEM Career Profiles
February 18, 2016

Kenneth Armijo
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Q. What is your name and current position?
A.Dr. Kenneth Armijo, Staff scientist and R&D system engineer for Sandia National Labo…

STEM Career Profiles
February 11, 2016

George Bezerra
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Q. What is your name and current position?
A.George Bezerra, Data Scientist at TripAdvisor

Q. What does your organization do?
A.&…


Mentor-Mentee relationships
February 4, 2016

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Two sides of the same coin

Why involve yourself in a mentor-mentee relationship? Here is what Dr. Sally Davis and Courtney Thornton have to say.


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March

Student Survivors
March 31, 2016

Tips for Non-Traditional Students by Nicolai Loner

Coming back to school after a period of longer than 5 years can be stressful.  The longer you are away, the worse it gets.  Your brain…


STEM Career Profiles
March 24, 2016

StuartRose
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Q. What is your name and current position?
A. Stuart Rose, I have many different positions, but we’ll go with CEO and found…

April

Student Survivors
April 28, 2016

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April’s edition of Student Survivors is brought to you by Meilinn Tram. Meilinn is a Peer Learning Facilitator (PLF) with STEM Gateway and she has tons of great a…


STEM Career Profiles
April 21, 2016

PhilAskenazy
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Q. What is your name and current position?
A. Philip Askenazy, Registered Patent Agent with Peacock Myers P.C.

Q. What does …


May