Author Archives: Linda Fresques

In memoriam: Steven Frank, former NMSU engineering professor

Dr. Steven Frank, retired surveying engineering professor at New Mexico State University, passed away January 21, 2021. Frank joined NMSU in 1995 and retired in 2017. Frank taught plane surveying, boundary law, subdivision design and land information systems, and had been licensed as a professional land surveyor in California since 1980 and New Mexico since…
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Distinguished Alum and Ingeniero Eminente Manny Mora

Manuel Mora, an electrical engineering alum and successful engineering leader in intelligence technology is one of the most steadfast supporters of the NMSU College of Engineering. Mora recently received one of the highest honors that NMSU bestows and one of the highest honors the College of Engineering awards. He was named 2020 Distinguished Alumni and…
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Gary Guss Celebration of Life Postponed

The Celebration of Life for Gary Guss, originally set for March 28, 2020, is being postponed to a future date yet to be determined. Please watch for updates.

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In Memoriam: Gary Guss

The Celebration of Life for Gary Guss, originally scheduled for March 28, 2020, is being postponed to a future date yet to be determined. Please watch for updates.  

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College of Engineering celebrates faculty and staff

As part of National Engineers Week, the College of Engineering celebrated the accomplishments of faculty and staff at the Third Annual Faculty and Staff Awards Banquet. Ten awards of $1,000 each are funded through the generous support of donors. Nominations are made by faculty and staff throughout the college and awardees are selected by a…
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In Memoriam: Dr. Samuel Robert Skaggs

 

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In Memoriam: Ronald E. Gaines, CE

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Professional Master of Engineering in Advanced Manufacturing

  The graduate concentration in advanced manufacturing educates students and creates a skilled workforce for the growing needs of new technologies and advanced products in the 21st century. The program provides hands-on experience on designing, adapting, and building parts using advanced materials by including new processes, changing the supply chain, and adapting business models. It…
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Civil engineer to evaluate effectiveness of water disinfection treatments

WRITER: Linda Fresques As in other arid and semiarid parts of the world, water is a precious commodity in the southwestern United States. New Mexico State University civil engineering Assistant Professor Yanyan Zhang is working to evaluate if commonly used disinfection processes are effective in keeping the water supply pathogen-free and safe. Zhang recently received…
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College of Engineering Launches Ron Seidel Engineering Leadership Institute

Engineering today is a team-based, multidisciplinary endeavor that requires skills beyond technical abilities, but also the ability to work with diverse groups of people, communicate effectively and develop entrepreneurial skills. New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering will help students develop those essential “soft skills” with the launch of the Ron Seidel Engineering Leadership Institute.

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