Aggie Ingeniero, April 2020




NMSU engineering is navigating through these unprecedented times with a true family spirit. Our top priority is the safety of our faculty, staff, and students. During the past two weeks of remote working, our faculty and staff have shown that physical separation is no barrier to help each other and to learn from one another. To follow safety guidelines and minimize transmission risk of the COVID-19 virus, our faculty and staff have embraced the challenge of changing our course delivery mode to online including those courses with laboratory component. Faculty members experienced in online delivery are mentoring their peers in need of help. And they are ready to help our students, one student at a time, with whatever they need to complete spring semester successfully. The Eloy Torrez Family Engineering Learning Communities stand ready to help our students by transforming themselves to virtual communities. Our Aggie Innovation Space is in conversations with community leaders and engaging itself in coming up with ways to help the community with new technologies needed to face the challenges. In the end, we are all about creating a learning environment that can use any challenge or crisis as a learning opportunity. Together, our NMSU engineering family will transform to a more learned and wiser community while weathering through the Corona crisis safely.

Lakshmi N. Reddi
Dean, College of Engineering



NMSU engineering students to design device to measure ocean temperatures

WRITER: Tiffany Acosta


NMSU design team to compete at international finals

WRITER: Vladimir Avina

Microplastics polluting the Pacific Ocean could be cleaned up and recycled with the help of an invention created by Crustacean, a design team at New Mexico State University. Continue reading »


NM TransCon Postponed

Registered and Prospective Attendees of the New Mexico Transportation and Construction Conference, April 22-24, Las Cruces Convention Center: Yesterday New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham declared a public health emergency in response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus and encouraged New Mexicans to avoid large gatherings and events to help limit community spread….
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NMSU programs featured on U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools 2021 list

WRITER: Tiffany Acosta

Several New Mexico State University graduate programs have been recognized on the newly released U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools 2021 rankings.

Graduate programs in the College of Education, College of Engineering, College of Business, College of Health and Social Services and College of Arts and Sciences were ranked this year. Continue reading »