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IN THIS ISSUE

MAY EVENTS AT A GLANCE

  • May 2: Building Online Success – Navigating Social Media
  • May 3: Calling All Creatives – Getting Funded
  • May 8, 15, 22, 29: Lunch at ProjectY in Los Alamos
  • May 11: U.S. Citizenship Naturalization Ceremony
  • May 13: Mothers Day
  • May 12: College Commencement Ceremonies
  • May 15: Angel Investing and Venture Capital Discussion
  • May 18: Bike to Work Day
  • May 19: Santa Fe Japanese Cultural Festival
  • May 28: Memorial Day

GOOD NEIGHBOR PLEDGE

To partner with our neighbors on strengthening math and science learning, diversifying the economy, and expanding community giving in Northern New Mexico.

Local youth receive nearly $660K for higher education

Local youth receive nearly $660K for higher education

The Los Alamos Employees’ Scholarship Fund honors 107 area students.

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For the latest info on scholarships, partnerships, and area events, click on over to LANL Community Connections on Facebook and give us a like. Our team is always updating the page with news and information about Northern New Mexico people and organizations. Whether you’re looking for something to do this weekend or you want details about a grant-writing opportunity, our Facebook page is a good place to start.

Likewise, if there’s an event you’d like us to promote via our Facebook page, please email David Moore (david.moore@lanl.gov), and we’ll do our best to share the information.



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PERSONAL MESSAGE

David KratzerAs I reflect on my almost four decades of experiences with the Laboratory (I came as a graduate research assistant in 1979), I am proud of what I have had the opportunity to achieve. I’m still doing the same job that I was hired for in 1984, to help the Laboratory scientists use the supercomputers to advance their scientific research. But my work on the Supercomputing Challenge has also been one of the highlights of my career.

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