New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge

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Consulting-Mentors

Over the past several years, Rio Rancho High students have found greater success when they ask adults to consult instead of mentor. The term mentor implies a large and long time commitment. The term consultant suggests that the assistance is required only when teams solicit it. To busy professionals, a time commitment with well-defined limits may be appealing and offer a welcome opportunity for professional community service.

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  • NetLogo is a cross-platform multi-agent programmable modeling environment.

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