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New Mexico State University
New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation
College of Engineering

About the Conference

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The New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation (New Mexico AMP) will host its annual statewide student research conference on October 2 - 4, 2014 at The Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E. University Avenue, located by NMSU at the corner of El Paseo and University Ave. Visit the center's website at http://www.meetinlascruces.com. The day of the conference is October 3, with pre- and post-conference workshops for community college students on October 2 and October 4. Each year, the conference brings together students and faculty from the state’s colleges and universities as well as students and teachers from the New Mexico Math, Engineering, Science Achievement, Inc. (New Mexico MESA) program.

The conference provides an opportunity for students to present their research and gain presentation experience, to serve as role models for other students, and to participate in workshops and panels that help them plan their academic and professional careers. The event also serves as a vehicle for student and faculty networking and as a forum for STEM students, instructors, and industry professionals to share information, ideas, experiences, and advice.

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Registration is now open. Registration fees:

  • New Mexico AMP participants are $50 per person if received before September 15, 2014, and $75 after that date.
  • Other LSAMP participants are $100 per person if received before September 15, 2014, and $125 after that date.
  • Other participants fees are $125 per person if received before September 15, 2014, and $150 after that date.

See the Registration Page for more details.

Presenters must submit an Abstract of the research by Friday, September 12, 2014.

Please note: All student research presentations, speakers, special events, and awards are on October 3, 2014. Pre-conference workshops (October 2) and post-conference workshops (October 4) are designed for community college students only.