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Engineering professors Sang-Yeon Cho (left) and Muhammad Dawood (right) examine an experimental setup of near-field imaging instrumentation located in Cho’s laboratory at NMSU. This setup will be used to measure the guiding properties of the optical circuit for their project. (NMSU photo by Linda Fresques) MAR16

NMSU researchers tackle the electromagnetic field for White Sands Missile Range


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Engineering Alumna Debra P. Hicks elected chair of NMSU Board of Regents

Debra P. Hicks, PE/LSI, was elected Chair of the Board of Regents of New Mexico State University during the Board’s regular meeting on March 16.  Her one-year term became effective immediately.  An alumna of the University, Hicks is the owner of Pettigrew & Associates in Hobbs,…Continue Reading »

03/31/2016: NMSU chemical engineering doctoral student Nasser Khazeni speaks about his research on metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) during a Research Rally event at the Fulton Center. (NMSU Photo)

Two NMSU scientists patent valuable research thanks to Arrowhead Center

Two scientists at New Mexico State University have secured patents for their revolutionary research thanks to the guidance offered at NMSU’s Arrowhead CenterContinue Reading »


Four students work on a design project. NMSU hosts International Environmental Design Contest

New Mexico State University hosted the 26th annual International Environmental Design Contest Sunday, April 3, to Wednesday, April 6, at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces…Continue Reading »


The New Mexico State University Physical Science Laboratory’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Flight Test Center helped Vanilla Aircraft with a 25-hour flight at the Las Cruces International Airport, April 4. (Courtesy photo) APR16

NMSU UAS Flight Test Center helps Vanilla Aircraft complete milestone flight


 

Successful regional business owners are returning as the school of sharks, circling for a chance to bite into novel innovations and promising inventions from NMSU entrepreneurs. NMSU’s Arrowhead Center will host Aggie Shark Tank from 2 to 4 p.m. April 22 at the Las Cruces Convention Center. APR16

NMSU’s Arrowhead Center to host another round of Aggie Shark Tank

Writer: Lauren Goldstein

Successful regional business owners are returning as the school of sharks in another round of Aggie Shark Tank, circling for a chance to bite into novel innovations and promising inventions from New Mexico State University entrepreneurs…Continue Reading


10/24/2016: The NMSU Pride Band marches down University Avenue during the 2015 homecoming parade in Las Cruces. (Photo by Darren Phillips)

NMSU announces dates for Homecoming events, game vs. UL-Lafayette

New Mexico State University will celebrate Homecoming 2016 with a week of events steeped in Aggie tradition beginning Sept. 26 and culminating in the Homecoming game Saturday, Oct. 1, against the Ragin’ Cajuns of the University of Louisiana-LafayetteContinue Reading »