Santa Fe Alliance for Science

Volunteer Scientists and Engineers
Grades K-14 Math and Science Education

SFAFS is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization of more than 100 professional scientists and engineers who work with schools in the greater Santa Fe area to help improve K-14 math and science education as well as to stimulate student interest in those subjects.

The Alliance is a partner of the Santa Fe Public Schools and the Santa Fe Community College, and is affiliated with Los Alamos National Laboratory via its Community Programs Office.


Next Science CaféWednesday, April 22, 2015

Stephanie Forrest
University of New Mexico
Santa Fe Institute

"Why Is Cybersecurity So Hard?"


Santa Fe Institute - Santa Fe Alliance for Science
"Prize for Scientific Excellence" Winners
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Doris Walbridge Foundation

John C. Griswold Foundation
Richard Hertz & Doris Meyer Foundation