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.
Have you ever had the inkling to glance into the future? The LAUNCH competition at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center might be as close as you can get – and industry is taking notice. Three of five teams from this year’s cohort are close to “sealing the deal” with industry partners, as well as filing provisional patents for groundbreaking work. At the LAUNCH reception April 19, the Prosthetic Sleeve Liner team secured a $20,000 award made possible by the Hunt Family Foundation.
Cummins Inc. and the New Mexico State University Engineering Technology Department have entered a new and unique partnership that will enrich the engineering educational experience of current and future students. Cummins is providing funding for projects that will give students hands-on experience refurbishing old and outdated, but much needed laboratory equipment, as well as supporting the development of new equipment.
In May, 35 New Mexico State University students will join 20 students Engineers for a Sustainable World from UTEP to build a suspension pedestrian bridge destroyed by Hurricane Maria in 2017 in the city of Utuado, Puerto Rico. The students will also install a solar panel grid to provide power to homes that have not had it since the hurricane.
DATE: 04/23/2018 WRITER: Tiffany Acosta, 575-646-3929, email@example.com CONTACT: Abdessattar Abdelkefi, 575-646-6546, firstname.lastname@example.org Samantha Ceballes, a Ph.D. student at New Mexico State University, has received the 2018 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program award. She began her doctorate studies in mechanical engineering in January 2018. Ceballes earned a bachelor’s degree in both aerospace engineering and…
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