1 Presented a program evaluation titled Metrics of MESA - Strategy for Effective Programming at the Industry Advisory Board Meeting of the Colorado Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) on November 20, 2003 at Louisville, CO. Survey was completed by Advisors from 19 Elementary, 32 Middle, and 21 High Schools.
 
  • Your survey is really well done. It has good questions and will be easy for advisors to complete in a short time period. . . Nathan, thank you for all the work you are putting into the project. Your questions are well thought out and the answers will be helpful to us as we plan for the future of the program and also to use as data when we apply for grants. November 6, 2003, E-mail from Gloria Nelson, Executive Director, Colorado MESA
  • Received a call from Gregg Scott at Hill MS in Denver who remarked that he thought your survey was very well thought out. I agree. Gregg is probably the most senior MESA Advisor in the state. . . he's been doing MESA for about 20 years. November 13, 2003, E-mail from Gloria Nelson, Executive Director, Colorado MESA
  • Aggregate results of survey, including complete details on questions and Advisor responses
  • Thank you again for the revealing and very interesting presentation at today's meeting. Several attendees commented that your presentation was interesting and done in a manner so as not to weigh them down with statistics. You gave them the "executive summary" and that was perfect for this meeting. November 20, 2003, E-mail from Gloria Nelson, Executive Director, Colorado MESA
 
2 At the 2004 MESA Day at The Mall state-wide competitions held at the Buckingham Square Mall in Aurora on April 29, eight of our students at Angevine walked away with awards in the "Waste Not Want Not" and "Electronic School Spirit Presentation" Competitions.
   
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COLORADO MESA
 

MATHEMATICS, ENGINEERING, SCIENCE ACHIEVEMENT

 
A PROGRAM INITIATED BY THE COLORADO MINORITIES ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION
 
 
INDUSTRY ADVISORY BOARD
 
 
Welcomes you to the
 
 
THIRTEENTH ANNUAL
 
 
MESA AWARDS LUNCHEON
 
 
May 14, 2004
   
 
@ Invesco Field at Mile High
   
 
Colorado MESA Salutes It's Outstanding Students & Advisors
Zach's commendation
   
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Angevine's Zach Luna featured in p. 5A of The Daily Camera, Boulder County's Newspaper
   
 
Student takes math, science honors
Angevine's Zach Luna named a top MESA student in CO

Excerpts from the article by Amy Bounds, Camera Staff Writer

Zach: "We get hands-on experience a lot instead of just book work," he said. . . MESA classes cover everything from electricity to architecture to robotics.

Mr. Bala: "I help kids develop problem-solving and thinking skills," said Angevine MESA teacher Nathan Balasubramanian. "You can always find information, but how to use it is what our students need."
   
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MARK (MESA Advisor Retreat & Kickoff) 2004
   
 
Coors Events/Conference Center
 
Friday, September 10, 2004
 
College of Engineering and Applied Science
 
University of Colorado at Boulder
   
   
 
Checking-in at MARK 2004
Conference Level Lobby

With George Moreno, MESA Advisor
North High School

With Gloria Nelson, Executive Director
Colorado MESA
 
Photos by Gale Day: Program Coordinator, Colorado MESA (from www.cmesa.org, Retrieved January 7, 2005)