NMSU College of Engineering earns high ranking from Hispanic Business magazine
The New Mexico State University College of Engineering was ranked among the top ten in the nation by Hispanic Business magazine. The college earned ninth place on the list of 2008 Best Engineering Schools in the magazine’s annual review of top graduate schools for Hispanics.
The September issue of Hispanic Business magazine will feature the 2008 Best Schools for Hispanics, an annual list of graduate programs across the U.S. that embody diversity on campus. Top universities in business, medicine, law and engineering were qualified for inclusion through five distinct variables that illustrate their commitment to diversity measures towards Hispanics. The schools are rated on Hispanic enrollment, faculty, student services, retention rate and reputation.
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Aggies Bruce Butler (’76, BSIE) of Sherman, Tex. and Walter Hines (’66,’67, BS/MSCE) of Albuquerque, NM were surprised to find themselves on the same tour this summer in France. On the fourth day of the tour in the French countryside it began to rain. Hines put on a jacket with an “NMSU Engineering” monogram. Butler asked, “Are you an Aggie engineer, too”? Small world!
Photo shows Butler (left) and Hines below the Eiffel Tower on the last day of the tour. Butler, who is utility/facility services manager for MEMC Southwest in Sherman, Tex., was accompanied on the tour by wife Kathy, daughter Kasey, and mother-in-law Teresa. Hines, senior water resources engineer for the consulting firm CH2M Hill in Albuquerque, NM, was accompanied by wife Bettie.