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New Mexico State University’s Board of Regents announced the selection of Dan Arvizu, Ph.D., as the university system’s next chancellor and John D. Floros, Ph.D., as president of NMSU.
The Spaceport America cup welcomes back teams representing universities from around the world next week for the largest international intercollegiate rocket engineering competition. NMSU’s Atomic Aggies were among them.
Meridian Energy Group, Inc. Continues to Strengthen its Management Team in Preparation for Davis Refinery Construction
Meridian Energy Group, Inc., the leading developer of innovative and environmentally-compliant oil refining facilities, today announced the hiring of three key management personnel for the Davis Refinery, including, Miguel A. Martinez. Having successfully secured the Permit to Construct (“PTC”) for the Davis Refinery earlier this month, Meridian is quickly moving ahead to strengthen not only its Environmental Engineering team, but also Refinery Operations. Each new member brings extensive knowledge and unique expertise to the innovative Meridian project.
NWEA, the not-for-profit provider of assessment solutions, today announced the appointment of Abby Javurek as the organization’s new Senior Director of Large Scale Solutions, effective July 23.
New Mexico State University Chemical and Materials Engineering Department Head David Rockstraw initiated and organized with the help of Abhaya Datye (UNM) the first Western States Chemical Engineering Department Heads meeting. The event was promoted and supported by the AICHE Fellows Council (on which Rockstraw serves). Ten department heads representing Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico,…
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Students from the brewing engineering programme at New Mexico State University visited Institute of Technology Carlow last week to learn about the malting, brewing and distilling industry in Ireland
Jerome Shaw, a pioneering businessman and co-founder of Volt Information Sciences, died at home in La Jolla on May 3, 2018. He was 91 years old.
A concrete canoe would be considered an odd pairing to most people. For a group of New Mexico State University College of Engineering students, it poses a challenge they are eager to meet.