Aggie Ingeniero, April 2018

08/15/16: New dean of the NMSU College of Engineering Lakshmi N. Reddi (Photo by Victoria Palombit)

We are very grateful for the support of PNM Resources Foundation and the New Mexico Professional Surveyors association for our new geomatics program (see “NMSU, industry partnership enhanced with new gift,” below). Our surveying engineering program was recently revamped to address current and future industry needs and new technologies. Launched this past fall, the geomatics program was developed with substantial direction and support from industry, state and national professional societies. Already gaining recognition, the program received a National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying Education Award to provide scholarships and state-of-the art instrumentation. This is a wonderful example of what partnerships between industry and academia can achieve to develop innovative, relevant programs. The geomatics program also opens up a new pathway for community college students to complete the four-year degree by completing the final two years at NMSU. We will add a new faculty member in geomatics to begin next fall and we are confident that this important partnership will lead to a premier program in the country for anyone pursuing higher education in the geospatial industry.

Lakshmi N. Reddi
Dean, College of Engineering

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NMSU Chemical and Materials Engineering associate professor Jessica Houston has received a Fulbright Faculty Fellowship

WRITER: Tiffany Acosta

NMSU chemical, materials engineering professor receives Fulbright Faculty award Jessica Houston, a New Mexico State University Chemical and Materials Engineering associate professor, has received a Fulbright Faculty Fellowship award. The United States Department of State-sponsored award will fund a trip to Japan….Continue reading »


Six NMSU civil engineering students awarded Eisenhower Fellowship

WRITER: Tiffany Acosta

Finding an avenue that allows graduate students more time to dedicate to their research is very important. The Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship, which was awarded to six New Mexico State University civil engineering…Continue reading »


NMSU, industry partnership enhanced with new gift

WRITER: Daphne Griffin

The New Mexico State University Foundation has received a two-year, $200,000 gift from PNM Resources Foundation to enhance the geomatics program in the College of Engineering. The gift was a result of the New Mexico Professional Surveyors partnership to increase enrollment, and subsequently, the number of employable NMSU graduates for companies and…Continue reading»

NMSU professor uses autonomous vehicles to teach interdisciplinary engineering

WRITER: Linda Fresques

Liang Sun, an assistant professor in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department in the New Mexico State University College of Engineering, is bringi

ng the interdisciplinary nature of real-world

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to his students. Sun’s teaching, research and projects are focused on autonomous unmanned systems, such as drones and robots, which rely on a…Continue reading» 


Registration open for first NM Transportation Conference to be held April 18-20

WRITER: Tracey O’Neil

New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering will host the New Mexico Transportation and Construction Conference April 18-20. The NM TransCon Conference is designed for professional engineers and others involved in the transportation, construction or other civil engineering industries to receive information on the latest industry trends and technologies. The sessions encompass…Continue reading»


NMSU earns high marks in new, 10-year accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission

WRITER: Justin Bannister

The Higher Learning Commission will continue to accredit New Mexico State University through the 2027-28 academic year. According to a letter sent to NMSU Chancellor Garrey Carruthers this week by the HLC, the university met…Continue reading»