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Dr. Selena Connealy Accepts Position as Associate Director of NM EPSCoR
We are delighted to announce that Dr. Selena Connealy has been appointed to the position of Associate Director for the New Mexico Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (NM EPSCoR) after six months serving as Interim Associate Director following the departure of Anne Jakle in late 2020. Read on...
Exclusive Externship Opportunities for Grad Students
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Clean Energy Systems Analyst Externship
Amount: $3,000
Best Consideration Date: May 1, 2021 *Open Until Filled*

Resilient El Rito Externship
Amount: $3,000
Best Consideration Date: May 3, 2021 *Open Until Filled*


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Clean Energy Systems Analyst Externship (Graduate students)
Details: The Advanced Technology Cooperative (ATC) would like to hire a graduate student in engineering, law, economics, or related field, as an extern. Start date is negotiable, preferably available to start ASAP. More details can be found by following the 'More Info" button below.  Amount: $3,000. 

Best Consideration Deadline: May 1   
Applications accepted until position is filled    
Resilient El Rito Externship (Graduate students at any NM institution)
Details: The extern will support the activities of a Technical Team, comprising research scientists and engineers from universities, National Labs, KCEC, and Camus Energy, and led by the Project Director (David Breecker, MSL). Amount: $3,000. 

Best Consideration Deadline: May 3   
Applications accepted until position is filled    
NM Gas Co. Native American Scholarship Program (Native American students in NM)
Goal: To support Native American students in New Mexico who demonstrate a desire to engage in their future through continuing education.The program assists students in pursuit of an associate, bachelor’s, or master’s degree, certification from a trade school or specialized technical training associated with a license or certificate. Twenty scholarships awarded annually. 

Deadline: May 7   
NMOST Advancing Young Women in STEM Scholarships (young women in NM)
Goal: This scholarship is designed to assist and encourage young women pursuing a STEM career. Applicants must 25 years old or younger, pursuing a STEM education/career, and be a NM resident. Amount: $500 - $1,000.
   Application Deadline: May 28   
AISES Scholarships (Native American students)
Application(s) Deadline: May 31   
IEEE Power & Energy Society (Undergrads in engineering)
Goal: To. provide scholarships and real world experience to undergraduates who are interested in power and energy engineering careers. Amount: $2,000.
Application Deadline: June 30   
NSF: Convergence Accelerator Phases I & II for 2021 Cohort
Goal: To support and accelerate use-inspired convergence research in areas of national importance. This solicitation is for Track E - Networked Blue Economy and Track F - Trust & Authenticity in Communications Systems. Amount: Phase I: Up to $750K for year 1. Phase II: Up to $5M - only open to Phase I awardees.

Who can submit: 
  • Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs) - Two- and four-year IHEs (including community colleges) 
  • Non-profit, non-academic organizations - Independent museums, research labs, professional societies
  • For-profit, non-academic organizations - U.S. commercial organizations especially small businesses with strong capabilities in scientific or engineering research or education 
Letter of Intent (required) Deadline: May 5   
NSF & Explora: On-the-Spot Feedback Online Workshop
Goal: To introduce techniques to help scientists ensure their audiences are both engaged and providing useful feedback. Participants have the opportunity to receive a $200 stipend.
Application Deadline: May 9   
NSF: Future Manufacturing Program (FM)
Goal: To support fundamental research and education of a future workforce to overcome scientific, technological, educational, economic and social barriers in order to enable new manufacturing capabilities that do not exist today. Amount: $3M over four years. 
Deadline: May 14   
NSF: Boosting Research Ideas for Transformative and Equitable Advances in Engineering (BRITE)
Goal: To support research that aligns with any of the CMMI impact areas. All proposals must entail elements of reflection, deliberation, and the potential for creating new knowledge and high impact research advances for sociotechnical impact within the award time frame.
  • Synergy Track- $100K - $200K per year for 2 years
  • Pivot Track - $100K - $200K per year for 3 years
  • Relaunch Track - $100K - $200K per year for 3 years
  • Fellow Track - $100K - $200K per year for up to 5 years 
Deadline: May 25  
NSF: Broadening Participation in Computing (BPC)
Goal: To significantly increase the number of U.S. citizens and permanent residents receiving post-secondary degrees in the computing disciplines, and to encourage participation of other underrepresented groups in the discipline.
  • New Alliance Proposals - $750K per year for up to 3 years
  • Demonstration Projects - $300K for up to 2 years
Deadline: June 14  
NSF: Resilient & Intelligent NextG Systems (RINGS)
Goal: The goal of the RINGS program is to approach the design of NextG network systems from a different perspective by considering resilience as the primary consideration while aiming for superior performance. In this program NSF is partnering with OUSD R&E, the NIST, Apple, Ericsson, Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Nokia, Qualcomm, and VMware.
Amount: up to $1M and up to 3 years in duration.
Deadline: July 29   

CALENDAR DATE ICON| May 3 -7 | Excel Demonstrations by SWEETER

NM STEM Webinar
The NMSU section of the SouthWest Expertise in Expanding, Training, Education, and Research (SWEETER) will host short 5-15 minute flash demonstrations at 4pm on of various Microsoft Excel operations. Click on the date to register. 
May 3: Statistics May 5: Metadata Overview May 7: Data Arrangement & File Types.

CALENDAR DATE ICON| May 6 | NM SMART Grid Center All Hands Meeting

NM SMART Grid Center Event
From 8:00 am - 4:15 pm. All NM SMART Grid Center team members are required to attend - but it is gonna be a blast.  Register now!

CALENDAR DATE ICON| May 7 | Community College Flash Talks and Q&A

NSF HSI Webinar Series 
This session will include presentations by Dr. Nora Garza, Dr. Becky Mercer, and Dr. Jorge Iniguez.  Register now!

CALENDAR DATE ICON| May 13 | CISE Distinguished Lecture Series - Wireless Power Transfer: Principles and Prospects

NSF Virtual Webcast
Dr. Marzetta will share his thoughts on a frequency/wave number Fourier transform solution that may prove better suited for engineering problems. Register now!

CALENDAR DATE ICON| May 26 | Opal RT for Beginners

NM EPSCoR Webinar
Project graduate research assistant George "Rusty" Nail will cover the fundamentals of OPAL-RT including, how to use MATLAB Simulink Simscape Blocks to build a 2-Node system, building more complex electrical systesms in MATLAB Simulink, and much more.  Zoom Registration Link.

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