The New Mexico Science Teachers Association (NMSTA) is dedicated to providing a network for educators throughout the state to work collaboratively towards improving science education from Pre-kindergarten through college. The NMSTA assists classroom teachers enhance science education by providing guidance and sharing strategies through professional development.

save-the-dateFall Conference!

Join us at the annual fall conference for NM Science Teachers’ Association, NM Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Environmental Education Association of NM. It will be held in Albuquerque from November 14-16. The co-hosts of the conference are NM Museum of Natural History and Explora. Registration is open! Visit the conference page for more information or to register.

Quick links

  1. Join or renew your membership.
  2. Join the NM Math & Science list: If you have a gmail address, you can go to http://groups.google.com/group/NM-Science-Math and request to join. If you have a different email address, it’s easier to send an email message to NM-Science-Math+subscribe@googlegroups.com.
  3. Like us on Facebook
  4. Subscribe the Google Calendar: there is a link on the calendar page.
  5. Visit and register for the NM STEM Connection site.


Website update - 6/27/2014 by ellenloehman - 06-27-2014
If you've noticed some changes, you're right. I changed the theme so that it works better in your smart phone and tablet. The buttons at the bottom of the page should work now. A few things still need to be tidied up and then I'll resume working on the resources posts and search function. Let me know if something doesn't work right or if there is a feature missing. Ellen
Recently updated pages by ellenloehman - 06-13-2014
I'm still migrating the website from nmsta.wildapricot.org. If you are looking for an older file, look there. These pages are in the process of being revised or updated. If you have items to add, please email the webmaster. Warning - they are still works in progress.

NM Resources - a fairly lengthy list of agencies and organizations that science teachers might need to access.

Contests, competitions and programs for students - a long list of all those contest that fly through our mailboxes far too late to incorporate into our curricula.