Aggie Ingeniero, April 2015


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April 2015


Events

April 24–Frank Seidel to give Verge Lecture

April 29–Engineering Capstone Student Poster Contest

May 8–Sociedad de Ingenieros/Order of the Engineer Ceremony

Engineering Events Calendar


Alumni News

In Memoriam: Robert Golding Dwyre, CE

In Memoriam: Leslie Coffman, BS CE ’70

In Memoriam: Chester Claghorn, MS ME

NREL Director Announces His Retirement

In Memoriam: Edward
Payson Ripley IV

Intel’s Patty Lopez: Established engineer. Passionate STEM volunteer. Skier

In Memoriam: Glenn Allen Frost


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Headlines


New Mexico State University electrical and computer engineering Assistant Professor Wei Tang shows a test platform of an asynchronous radio that he designed for transmitting data from the next generation of integrated low-power, wearable micro-devices.

NMSU electrical engineer inspired by human brain to develop wearable micro-sensors
Writer:  Linda Fresques

Wei Tang, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at New Mexico State University, is taking a cue from nature to devise the next generation of integrated low-power, wearable micro-devices…Continue Reading »


FebruaryEngineering Associate Dean Sullivan named to NM MEP Board of Directors
By Kristen Sullivan

Patricia A. Sullivan, associate dean for outreach and public service in New Mexico State’s College of Engineering, was recently named to the Board of Directors for the New Mexico Manufacturing Extension Partnership…Continue Reading »

 

 


NMSU Offers Network Security Fundamentals Short Course
By Linda Fresques

From targeted attacks to the millions of new variants of viruses, worms and Trojans bypassing traditional security solutions, network security has never been more critical. And the stakes for business owners and operators have never been higher. New Mexico State University’s Engineering NM Resource Network invites network administrators and information technology professionals to attend a…Continue Reading »


Nirmala Khandan, the Ed & Harold Foreman Endowed Chair in New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering, has traveled the world photographing wildlife in unique habitats. (Courtesy photo)NMSU College of Engineering professor utilizes scientific approach to photography
Writer: Tiffany Acosta

When Nirmala Khandan isn’t on campus, there’s a good chance you will find him behind the lens of his camera. The Ed & Harold Foreman Endowed Chair in the College of Engineering has been a professor at New Mexico State University for 25 years, and for nearly 20 years he has spent weekends and vacations taking photographs…Continue Reading »


NMSU student Melissa Gonzales spreads loose gravel on the walkway between plots to help prevent puddles and mud bogs from forming at Camp Hope. (NMSU photo by Kristen Sullivan)Engineering Without Boundaries brings hope to homeless camp
Writer: Kristen Sullivan

On a chilly and windy Saturday in late February, a group of 20 New Mexico State University students gathered to discuss the plan for the day. Today is one of their last community service days at Camp Hope, a tent city sanctioned by the city for the homeless residents in Las Cruces, New Mexico…Continue Reading »


NSG TeamNMSU student network defenders place 4th in regional competition
Writer: Linda Fresques

A group of eight students from the NMSU Network Security Group showed their prowess in cyber security by fighting hackers and defending their computer networks in the Southwest Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition...Continue Reading »


Russell Hardy, Director of the Carlsbad Environmental Monitoring and Research Center (CEMRC), speaks during a New Mexico State University Scholarly Excellence Rally Friday, Feb. 13, at O’Donnell Hall. (NMSU photo by Darren Phillips) NMSU environmental monitoring research center protects citizens in southeastern New Mexico
Writer: Tiffany Acosta

Established in 1991, the Carlsbad Environmental Monitoring and Research Center has operated an independent environmental monitoring program for the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant to detect for exposure to radioactive materials. Russell Hardy, director of CEMRC, an entity of the New Mexico State University College of Engineering, was honored at NMSU’s Scholarly Excellence…Continue Reading »