News & Updates
An Encomium for Senator Pete Domenici
September 22, 2017
By Bill Wadt, LANL Foundation Board Treasurer & Jenny Parks, CEO
SFPS Board Questions Science Curriculum Proposal
September 20, 2017
Photo: Gabriela Campos, Santa Fe New Mexican By Robert Nott | The New Mexican | Sep 19, 2017 New Mexico’s dramatic overhaul of science education standards, which is drawing criticism from across the state and around the...
Early Childhood Pueblo Outreach Project
August 30, 2017
Above: Pueblo Outreach Project team (left ot right): RJ Martinez, Jovanna Archuleta and Anna Marie Garcia LANL Foundation Works with Eight Northern Indian Pueblos to Strengthen Early Childhood Support Systems The Los...
16 Nontraditional Students Receive $1000 Scholarships
August 30, 2017
LANL Foundation awarded Regional College/Returning Student scholarships to 16 Northern New Mexico students. These $1000 awards from the Los Alamos Employees’ Scholarship Fund help local, nontraditional students return...
Mihaela Popa-Simil Honored by Albuquerque Business First
August 15, 2017
Photo: Kim Jew Photography Mihaela Popa-Simil, LANL Foundation Vice President of Finance and Operations, is honored as one of Albuquerque Business First's 2017 C-Suite finalists. Executives were nominated by the public...
7th Annual ISEC Teachers’ Institute
August 4, 2017
About 100 teachers were in attendance at the 7th annual ISEC Teachers’ Institute. Teachers new to Inquiry Science Education Consortium schools or those changing grades attend a four-day summer professional development...
Cultivating Coders Española Demo Day
August 3, 2017
Twelve Española high school and middle school students went back into the classroom this summer to learn new programming skills during an eight-week Full Stack Web Development Bootcamp hosted at Northern New Mexico...
$61,298 Awarded in 2nd Quarter Education & Community Grants
August 1, 2017
The LANL Foundation awarded 26 grants totaling $61,298 to support education and community programs in Northern New Mexico during the 2017 second-quarter grantmaking period. Sixteen programs received $37,000 in Education...