Announcing the NMOST Scholarships

for Advancing Young Women in STEM

Application Deadline: July 29, 2018


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Introducing the Youth STEMbassadors…

These young women are the first participants in our youth ambassador program for high school and college-aged women interested in pursuing a career in STEM. The program's goal is to enrich the participants' knowledge of STEM culture, increase career awareness, network with STEM professionals, and develop skills that will help them succeed in the workforce.

If you would like more information or know someone that would like to be part of this group, please contact Julie Hernandez at or fill out our interest form here.

Cynthia Breazeal wonders: Why can we use robots on Mars, but not in our living rooms? The key, she says, is in training robots to interact with people. Now she dreams up and builds robots that teach, learn -- and play. 

Melissa, frequently known as Science Girl, is a native New Mexican with a passion for inspiring kids, especially girls, to get excited about STEM related fields.

To Prevent Sexual Harassment, Academic Institutions Should Go Beyond Legal Compliance to Promote a Change in Culture; Current Approaches Have Not Led to Decline in Harassment


Science News...

lady scientist (Yesenia Carrero/UConn Illustration)

Women are Closing the Participation Gap in Science, but Slowly

Invasion of the Body Snatching Fungus

New SuperFast MRI Technique: Singing 'If I only had a Brain'



About NMOST Network

The New Mexico Out-of-School Time Network (NMOST) brings together policymakers, educators, childcare providers, youth development workers, and other stakeholders interested in ensuring positive youth development opportunities and outcomes through out-of-school time programs.

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