When he’s not sporting the iconic mustache, twirling pistols, posing for pictures and spreading school spirit at sporting events as New Mexico State University’s mascot Pistol Pete, Caleb Gustin finds himself hard at work as the Leadership Coordinator of NMSU’s Future Farmers of America Association.
Microbreweries have mushroomed in southern New Mexico over the last several years. In the micro-brew industry, it appears that we are living in the best era yet for creativity and variety. And technological advancements continue to expand the possibilities. To celebrate the micro-brew explosion, KRWG-FM is set to broadcast KRWG’s Beer Confidential with free beer sampling on Friday, May 3, 2019 at 7 PM.
A team of New Mexico State University graduate students and Environmental Engineering professors Nirmala Khandan and Pei Xu are developing a novel water treatment process that could render municipal wastewater into drinking water and at the same time produce algal biomass for biofuel and fertilizer.
From air and water pollution to climate change, there’s no shortage of problems facing the environment. But future engineers are up to the challenge of solving them. More than 150 engineering students and faculty from universities nationwide met at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum to test prototypes they designed and built to solve tasks.
With the signing of a memorandum of understanding, New Mexico State University and Sandia National Laboratories have established a partnership to develop learning opportunities and coordinate education and research for the next decade.