Photos

  • STEM Activity with New Mexico Girl Scouts, August 23, 2017 »

    U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich visits Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails and participates in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) project to help them earn a STEM badge. Girl Scouts of the USA recently unveiled 23 new STEM badges to encourage girls to earn badges through activities like programming robots, designing race cars and airplanes, creating electronic textiles, and writing code and algorithms. August 23, 2017.
    • Welcome Back Days at UNM, August 23, 2017 »

      U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich visits with student groups at the University of New Mexico’s (UNM) annual Welcome Back Days and wishes them good luck on the upcoming school year on campus in Albuquerque. August 23, 2017.
      • UNM Directed Energy Lab, August 23, 2017 »

        U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich tours a directed energy lab at the University of New Mexico to meet with researchers and students working in partnership with Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). August 23, 2017.
        • Boeing Directed Energy Announcement, August 23, 2017 »

          At Boeing in Albuquerque, U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich announces a $17 million investment for the Department of Defense to acquire directed energy systems that support jobs and boost New Mexico as a center of excellence in this increasingly important space for our military. August 23, 2017.
          • Santa Fe School for the Deaf, August 21, 2017 »

            U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich tours the New Mexico School for the Deaf and meets with students and faculty to discuss the importance of every child in every school across New Mexico receiving a quality education. New Mexico School for the Deaf is the only land-grant school for the deaf in the country. August 21, 2017.
            • Magdalena Ridge Observatory, August 11, 2017 »

              U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich meets with students and visits New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology’s Magdalena Ridge Observatory to announce federal funding he helped secure to build the Observatory Interferometer. The Magdalena Ridge Observatory serves as a major research tool for New Mexico Tech students and faculty and also helps track space vehicles for Air Force Research Laboratories in New Mexico. August 11, 2017.
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