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July 25, 2019 7 p.m. National Hispanic Cultural Center – Bank of America Theater ¡Las Sandinistas! documents a watershed moment in history, when a group of Nicaraguan women shattered barriers to lead rebel troops in … Continue reading Free Film Screening – ¡Las Sandinistas!

NOVA What’s the Universe Made Of? Saturday, July 13 2:00pm-4:00pm Pajarito Environmental Education Center 2600 Canyon Rd Los Alamos RSVP Everything we know about the universe, the stars, planets, and galaxies constitute less than 5 … Continue reading Science Café: NOVA What’s the Universe Made Of?

NEW MEXICO PBS PRESENTS FREE INDIE LENS POP-UP SCREENINGS OF THE PROVIDERS Set against the backdrop of the physician shortage and opioid epidemic in rural America, The Providers follows three healthcare providers in northern New … Continue reading Free Indie Lens Pop-Up Screening of The Providers

ADDICTION Saturday, June 29, 2019 10:00am-12Noon New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science STEM Theater 1801 Mountain Rd NW Substance use disorders are now killing more people than at the height of the initial … Continue reading New Mexico PBS Science Cafe: Addiction

Travis Johns is a senior at Eldorado High School. He recently participated in a mentorship program with Antony Lostetter here at New Mexico PBS. During his time with the station he had the opportunity to … Continue reading Mentorship at NMPBS

On Sunday April 14 New Mexico PBS partnered with Albuquerque City Councilor Pat Davis and Bernalillo County Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins on an Indie Lens PopUp screening event at the Hiland Theater on Route 66. … Continue reading Charm City Screening at the Hiland Theater

Co-authored by Destiny Felix and Hollie Lovely, NMPBS Education Outreach Department What does a box, a vacuum, some duct tape, and several big garbage bags, all have in common? Well, when they are used together … Continue reading Engagement Day at Van Buren Middle School gets kids pumped up for engineering!

By Jesse Chavez Entering my third year as a student here at the University of New Mexico, my journey continues into the often intimidating, but optimistic, venture of my adulthood. After a couple of years … Continue reading A Student’s Perspective: Beginning a Communications Career at NMPBS

The words “Eww” and “cool” were heard over a pair of dark, slimy bovine kidneys laid out on the table. Each of the girls were given purple gloves and blue gowns, and encouraged to touch … Continue reading Discovery Awaits in the SciGirls After-School Programs

What’s the best way to improve high school absentee rates? That was the big question at this year’s Mission: Graduate Every Day Matters Attendance Team Conference. New Mexico PBS has been working to with our … Continue reading Takeaways from the Mission: Graduate Every Day Matters Attendance Team Conference