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When I joined NMSU six years ago, I was drawn by the spirit of student-centric engineering education, something I hope that I have contributed to during my time here. Our winning methods are gaining international attention. This past fall, College of Engineering Senior Data Analyst Sashidhar Chintalatpati and I presented papers on Teaching/Learning Success at the 2022 World Engineering Education Forum and Global Engineering Deans Council conference in Cape Town, South Africa. The presentations covered student success initiatives in the Eloy Torrez Family Engineering Learning Communities and the Seidel Engineering Leadership Institute. In particular, they demonstrated how these programs improved student performance in courses and retention. This caught the eye of other attendants, and we are now invited to organize and lead a panel on “Usage of Data-Informed Online Technologies for Teaching/Learning Success” this coming June. The conference will be held at the University of Évora in the city of Évora, Portugal. Concurrently, a panel is being coordinated to present our initiatives to a U.S. audience at an American Society of Engineering Education conference in Baltimore, also in June.

Following three weeks and more than 4,000 combined work hours mixing and pouring concrete, cutting and treating wooden planks, the community of El Guanabano, Honduras, now has a bridge and water management system.

NMSU engineers developing first-everminiaturized space telescope system


NMSU irrigation water conservation research receives significant grant


EnergySprint accelerator at NMSU accepting applications from clean tech startups


Engineering professor honored for creative scholarly work


Class of 2022 fall semester Engineering Outstanding Graduates named

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