Maggie Werner-Washburne

December 19-21 we are hosting the first NM Educated Workforce in STEM (NEWS) Symposium.

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Regents Professor emerita

Biology Department

University of New Mexico


NEWS Symposium website Dec 19-21, 2017

Dig A Little Deeper: Freedom Is The Road We’re On , October 2017. This is a talk given to NIH program officers and grantees and to the UNM Mentoring Institute. The topic is about personal and shared narratives as a way to see where we need to go.

iBiology: Making a Bigger "Us" October 2015

Beans, Brains, and Baseball: How Making a Bigger Us is Critical for Diversity and Inclusion The talk starts at 1 hour 35 minutes and 5 seconds. Sept 2015

Winning All Along The STEM Pathway: Learning from Failure and Success 3/2015

Musings on...mentoring. UWA Genome Sciences Departmental Retreat, 9/2010

Holistic mentoring: What I Learned From My Grandmother - UNM Mentoring Institute 11/2009

I Can't Imagine - work in progress about creativity, 1/2009

Graduation: Transforming your life from a road to success to a path with heart, Cal State LA, 6/1/2007

A Perfect Storm: An Impending Crisis in US Education and Innovation, 10/1/2006 (updated 6/24/07)

Genomics and Proteomics, August 2004; "If only we could make a photon talk"

Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Math, and Engineering Mentoring; Washington, DC; May 2004 (Remarks) (Award)

A Perfect Mix - NIGMS/NIH article in Findings, Sept 2003

Women of Color in Higher Education Day, March 11, 2003 Proclamation from the NM House of Representatives

The Blessing of Being a Scientist, SREB, WICHE, McNair talk, October 2000

NSTC Report on the Federal Investment in Microbial Genomics (2000)

"Following The Coil of Life", ABQ Tribune 12/31/99

Centennial Library 10th anniversary speech 3/12/98

"The Mystery of an Ancient Gene" video project, Dec 1997

Undergraduate advice: How to Succeed in Biology By Trying

Other Sites of Interest
An Introduction to the Genetics and Molecular Biology of the Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Fred Sherman