stem http://kunm.org en The Rio Grande, Past, Present & Future http://kunm.org/post/rio-grande-past-present-future <p>Sat. 7/19, 9am: &nbsp;The Rio Grande is the heart of New Mexico. We'll learn how the river looked in the past, what it's doing now, and what we can expect for the future.&nbsp;The Rio Grande stretches a magical 2,401 miles, from its source in Colorado, all the way to the far southern border of the United States. Joining us is Jennifer Scheutz&nbsp;from the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Project. &nbsp;Plus, the cast of James and the Giant Peach will roll through the studio.</p> Thu, 17 Jul 2014 19:30:07 +0000 Katie Stone 48157 at http://kunm.org The Rio Grande, Past, Present & Future US Expedites Visas for STEM Students http://kunm.org/post/us-expedites-visas-stem-students <p>Close to 700 thousand international students study on U.S. college campuses and the majority of those students head home after they graduate.&nbsp; But the federal government wants to keep many of them here, especially those in the so-called STEM fields &mdash; science, technology, engineering and math. From the <a href="http://fronterasdesk.org">Fronteras Changing America Desk</a>, Jill Replogle reports on recent efforts to expedite the visas process.</p><p></p> Wed, 19 Oct 2011 15:40:19 +0000 Jill Replogle 2743 at http://kunm.org US Expedites Visas for STEM Students