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The College of Engineering held its bi-annual advisory council meeting on Friday of National Engineering Week in February, along with the annual Bromilow Lecture and College Awards Ceremony.  As always, I am most grateful to our alumni who travel long distances to be here and who engage themselves in a variety of strategic discussions. This year, they came up with a slate of academic and research activities for us to debate and operationalize. NMSU engineering is not only student-centric but is also scholarly in all of our faculty and staff pursuits. The Distinguished Bromilow Lecture given by Regent Emeritus Debra Hicks linked brilliantly the role of engineering to community engagement. The awards given that night celebrated the numerous accomplishments by our faculty and staff who continue to do more with less. Our faculty and staff bring out synergy in the college by transcending department and unit boundaries by contributing to the whole beyond what sum of the parts could do. They are truly inspirational. 
Geomatics professor receives national recognition for surveying education
Professor Ahmed Elaksher, has been selected to receive the 2022 Earle J. Fennell Award recognizing “outstanding contributions to surveying and mapping education" by the National Society of Professional Surveyors. Elaksher is program coordinator for New Mexico State University’s geomatics program, part of the Engineering Technology and Surveying Engineering Department.
Engineering receives National Nuclear Security Administration funding
NMSU’s power engineering program addresses global energy challenges
DOE grant to help NMSU researchers build resilient ‘energy Internet of Things’
EnergySprint accelerator at NMSU accepting applications from clean tech startups
Class of 2022 fall semester Engineering Outstanding Graduates named
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In memoriam: Edward Lumsdaine NMSU engineering alum named founding dean at Illinois State University In memoriam: Donald Franklin Green

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