ISEC Teacher Rachel Barber
August 24, 2017
Above: ISEC teacher Rachel Barber and her class at Pojoaque 6th Grade Academy start a lesson in a Meaning Making Circle. Synthesizing Complex Concepts After just returning from spring break, and in anticipation of...
Inquiry Learning in Science & Beyond
February 15, 2017
Students from Jen Kennedy's third grade class at Nava Elementary learned about the Sun, Moon & Stars with the support of the Inquiry Science Education Consortium (ISEC) experiential materials and curriculum....
February 14, 2017
Knowing the level of need in New Mexico, I decided to give to Los Alamos Employees’ Scholarship Fund in 1999, its first year. I’ve given every year since and increased my donation. I’ve mentored students at the Lab and...
Teacher Brenda Dominguez
February 12, 2017
Step into the classroom of Brenda Dominguez, third-grade teacher at Amy Biehl Community School in Santa Fe, and you immediately experience an example of excellence in education. It’s easy to see why she is one of seven...
Donors Heidi Hahn & Phil Goldstone
February 10, 2017
Heidi Hahn and Phil Goldstone, Leaving a Legacy of Support for Students Heidi Hahn and Phil Goldstone have been donors to Los Alamos Employees’ Scholarship Fund (LAESF) from the program’s beginning in 1999. They were...
Alison Ticknor: Early Childhood Support
February 9, 2017
The Ticknors are among Los Alamos’ career-oriented, first-time parents without family nearby who benefit from First Born home visits. Each county’s program reflects the community it serves. The Los Alamos program serves...
February 8, 2017
Lindsay Redman says she always knew she would have a career in science. As early as Kindergarten, she was active in school science fairs and sought opportunities to learn and explore.
February 7, 2017
Growing up in Cerrillos, NM, life for Solomon Sindelar was anything but typical. The small town located on the Turquoise Trail south of Santa Fe is known for its rich mining history, dirt roads, and old storefronts...