US Army Corps of Engineers
Albuquerque District

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  • October

    Coronado science club tours Abiquiu Dam

    About a dozen students from the science and engineering club at Coronado High School and Middle School in Gallina, N.M., toured the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Abiquiu Dam, Oct. 3, 2019.
  • May

    FOCUS ON STEM: How about some Raspberry Pi?

    Michael Porter is encouraging students' interest in STEM subjects through the use of Raspberry Pi computers.
  • February

    Area students get hands on experience in STEM education at Science Olympiad

    District employee Reg Bourgeois took part in the the 2017 Central New Mexico Science Olympiad at the University of New Mexico, Jan. 28, 2017, judging the Wright Stuff event. Area students took part in several events in STEM disciplines and the top teams will go on to the next level - the N.M. Science Olympiad.
  • ABQ District Employee Helps Area Students Fly into Science Learning at Science Olympiad

    Sixteen high school level teams from area schools participated in the Wright Stuff event at the 2016 Central New Mexico Science Olympiad at the University of New Mexico, Jan. 30, 2016.
  • April

    Concrete Canoes Race at Cochiti Lake

    Cochiti Lake was the scene of a unique part of the 44th annual American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Rocky Mountain Regional Conference, April 11, 2015, when 11 of the 14 schools participating in the conference raced concrete canoes at the lake.
  • February

    District Helps Students Cultivate Interest in STEM Subjects

    This year’s Central New Mexico Regional Science Olympiad took place at the University of New Mexico’s Johnson Center, Saturday, Jan. 31. District employees have participated in the Science Olympiad as judges and volunteers since 2013 and this year was no exception.
  • October

    Corps Booth Helps Girl Scouts Learn About STEM

    The District had a booth at the 2014 Girl Scouts STEM Camporee Sept. 13, 2014, where more than 700 Scouts learned more about endangered species, how and why dams are built, and Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) safety.
  • February

    Students Study STEM through Interactive Presentations

    Seventy students from two area schools gathered at the District’s main office to learn more about the importance of STEM and some of the various ways these subjects are essential in what the Corps of Engineers does on a daily basis.
  • District Employees Assist Science Olympians

    Several District employees volunteered part of their weekend to serve as judges and facilitators at the 2014 Central New Mexico Regional Science Olympiad, held at the University of New Mexico’s Johnson Center Feb. 1.
  • January

    District Engages Future Dam Builders

    Exploring STEM-related career fields was the theme for the 30 students and 13 adults who visited the District’s main office Jan. 3, 2014. To encourage students to consider careers in STEM, or Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, the District partners with several schools, universities and other groups.