Anneliese Trujillo, student at New Mexico State University (Photo by XX)

Anneliese Trujillo, NMAMP student, presenting her research at the 2015 New Mexico AMP Undergraduate Research Conference.

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The New Mexico AMP Student Research Conference brings together students and faculty from across the state as well as students and teachers from the New Mexico Math, Engineering, Science Achievement, Inc. program (NM MESA). The conference provides the opportunity each fall for students to present research, gain presentation experience, network with other students and with faculty, and participate in workshops and panels. The focus on professional development provides students exposure to high-level faculty research through our longstanding collaboration with the University Research Council (URC) at New Mexico State University, who hold a concurrent event at the conference. Pre- and post-conference Community College Professional Development Seminars provide participating pre-transfer students to gain an understanding of the goals and purposes of the conference and to help them navigate conference opportunities and activities for the best conference experience. The workshops are highly participatory and include group exercises, individual reflection, and team presentations.