In this Web extra, host Gene Grant continues his conversation with organizers of a STEM festival in Albuquerque that is part of New Mexico Black History Month about getting more minorities to pursue STEM fields. Guests include Theresa Carson of Sandia National Laboratories, Prentiss Jackson with Intel Corp., and Lt. Colonel Antoinette Gant, district commander,… Continue Reading »
The Line opinion panel continues its discussion, including a look at Luna Community College’s board of trustees, which voted to exempt itself from the school’s anti-nepotism police, as well as anti-Semitic attacks on the Nosh Delicatessen in Albuquerque and a new study that shows huge disparities in life spans depending on where one lives in… Continue Reading »
In this Web exclusive, NMiF Correspondent Gwyneth Doland speaks with Fred Nathan, executive director of Think New Mexico, about his group’s three bills (SB 8,9 and 10) that focus on performance-based tax incentives, job growth and fostering entrepreneurship by attracting international students.
NMiF Producer Megan Kamerick continues her conversation with Kathleen Holscher, chair of Roman Catholic Studies at the University of New Mexico. They talk about her research on the Zellers v. Huff case, which dealt with Franciscan nuns teaching in public schools in New Mexico, and how the attitude of academia has changed in relation to… Continue Reading »
The Line continues its weekly news discussion about the Spaceport and a bill to curtail use of taxes for its operations; a push to use more money from the land grant permanent fund for early childhood programs; a new weekly newspaper funded by attorney Will Ferguson; and a move by the Navajo Nation to add… Continue Reading »