News & Updates
Cobb Education Scholarship Grows
August 7, 2018
LANL Foundation CEO Jenny Parks and Board Member Barry Herskowitz accept the $55,000 donation from Allison Cobb, Don Cobb and Paula Ward. Honoring a Loved One: Don Cobb & Family Build the Education Scholarship...
Santa Fe Teacher Wins Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching
July 3, 2018
Delara Sharma receiving the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching in the K–6 Science category for the state of New Mexico in Washington D.C. (Photo: Courtesy of Delara Sharma)
LANL Employees Donate $400,000 Toward Scholarships
June 6, 2018
For 20 years, employees at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) have taken the lead in funding scholarships for students in surrounding communities. In 1998, a small group of dedicated staff members started a...
107 Scholars Celebrated at 2018 Scholarship Awards
May 10, 2018
Above: The 2018 Los Alamos Employees’ Scholarship Fund award winners during the 20th anniversary ceremony. Scroll down to see event highlights and winners grouped by county. LANL Foundation Celebrates 20 Years of...
Builder's Lab Workshop Gives Principals Tools to Build Master Teachers
May 2, 2018
The LANL Foundation works to inspire excellence in education and learning in Northern New Mexico through innovative programming, collaboration and advocacy. The evolving K–12 Program office and Inquiry Science...
Scholarship Application Workshop – Supporting Students, Nurturing Local Talent
March 29, 2018
On March 28, 2018 the Northern Foundation and LANL Foundation hosted an informative scholarship application workshop for Northern New Mexico College students in conjunction with scholarships currently available from...
Call for 2018 Education & Community Grant Applications
January 31, 2018
Photo: Students build solar powered cars at the Taos Twirl 2017 Invent Event STEM Fair, sponsored by a LANL Foundation Community Grant. The LANL Foundation supports the work of schools, nonprofits and community programs...
Camp MSS: Focus on Science Content & How NOT to Be a Know-It-All in the Classroom
December 1, 2017
On October 2, Danielle Gothie and Doris Rivera of the ISEC professional development team traveled to Monterey, CA with two members of the Teacher Leader Cadre, Noelle Bowyer (5th grade teacher at Pojoaque Valley...
Bringing Science to Life, New Mexican Article
November 27, 2017
Photo above: First-graders in Rita Rios-Baca’s class watch Nov.19 as a bubble drifts around a brick wall, in a demonstration of wind and air patterns. Sami Edge, The New Mexican. By Robert Nott | The New Mexican | Nov...