Students from New Mexico State University’s Departments of Computer Science, Engineering Technology and Psychology recently won $13,000 and tied for first place in an international competition aimed at making first responders’ jobs safer.
At the inaugural Icehouse Challenge, held in San Francisco this past June, NMSU’s team designed software to make wearable technology, such as smart phones, smart bands and smart glasses, more helpful in making the jobs of firefighters, emergency medical technicians and other first responders safer. >>Read More
Writer: Jane Moorman
New Mexico State University honored its faculty and staff at the 2016 fall convocation ceremony Aug. 16 at NMSU’s Atkinson Recital Hall. Eight faculty members were recognized during the ceremony for their excellence in teaching and research, and service to the university. Among them were three from the College of Engineering. >>Read More
Frank and Jennifer Seidel are giving $45,500 in support of equipment, operational funds, furnishings and related expenses for the brew lab located in the newly renovated Jett Hall. >>Read More
Writer: Minerva Baumann
More than $27 million in capital outlay projects are on the ballot for the New Mexico State University system as part of over $131 million in proposed general obligation bonds for aging buildings at universities and colleges across the state.
If approved by voters in November, $22.5 million is planned for a new visual arts facility at the Las Cruces campus to replace D.W. Williams Hall, a 78-year-old former gymnasium, which currently houses NMSU’s Department of Art and University Art Gallery. The funding is part General Obligation Bond C for higher education projects.
There is no tax increase associated with these bonds. >>Read More
WRITER: Tiffany Acosta
Keeping structures safe during an earthquake is a goal for one New Mexico State University professor who is leading a team from the College of Engineering in developing a new device.
The self-centering device is the brainchild of Tathagata Ray, civil engineering assistant professor. With assistance from the Manufacturing Technology & Engineering Center, Ray’s device was completely designed and built at NMSU. >>Read More
New Mexico State University will hold a two-day career fair co-sponsored by Career Services and co-sponsored with the College of Engineering. On Sept. 20, employers will focus on business, agriculture, liberal arts, and health and social services majors. Employers on Sept. 21 will focus on engineering, science and technology majors
In addition to disseminating general information, employers may discuss opportunities for internships, cooperative education positions (co-ops), or professional employment. Candidates will have the advantage of initiating job searches at a convenient location where many employers will be present.
For more information on participating as an employer or as a job seeker, please visit http://careerservices.nmsu.edu/career-fairs/career-expo/