Faculty and staff in the College of Education work continually with mathematicians, scientists, educational researchers, and public school community leaders from across the state. Their combined efforts have built an Institute for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Education (IEMSE) that includes programs in the following areas: preK-20 STEM outreach, Mathematically-Connected Communities (MC2), and Scientifically-Connected Communities (SC2).
These efforts have contributed important research findings related to mathematics and science learning. The institute also fulfills NMSU’s land grant mission by serving over 20 partner districts and their schools from Raton to Hobbs to Gadsden. Approximately 40,000 students and their families, as well as over 1000 teachers, have benefited from the numerous outreach programs available from the NMSU College of Education. The Institute has also produced meaningful research related to mathematics and science learning to be shared on this site.
For additional information about our exciting institute programs, please see:
- STEM Outreach Office (Partnerships and Grants)