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Lakshmi N. Reddi, dean of the graduate school at Florida International University, has been selected as the next dean of the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University. He will start on July 1. (Courtesy Photo) MAY16

NMSU selects Lakshmi Reddi as dean of College of Engineering

Florida International University Graduate School Dean Lakshmi N. Reddi has been selected to lead the New Mexico State University College of Engineering. Reddi assumed the position as of July 1.


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Eye on Research: Chemical Engineering professor studies alternative fuel

WRITER: Billy Huntsman
A professor in New Mexico State University’s Chemical and Materials Engineering Department recently received a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation for more than $340,000.…Continue Reading »

Ed (left) and “Chub” Harold foreman, ardent supporters of the NMSU College of Engineering stand in front of the building named to honor them. Ed made a generous gift for the first Giving Tuesday event at NMSU that will provide scholarships for eight civil engineering students each year. (NMSU photo by Darren Phillips)

NMSU engineering benefactor creates eight scholarships

WRITER: Billy Huntsman

 

New Mexico State University’s inaugural Giving Tuesday fundraising event held this past fall will have positive impacts when students return in August, particularly for the College of Engineering. The college’s largest single gift of $100,000 was donated by Ed Foreman …Continue Reading »

 

IEE student wins international fellowshipFattaneh Naderi Behdani

New Mexico State Univeristy’s Institute of Energy & the Environment announced that Ph.D. student Fattaneh Naderi Behdani has been awarded an International Doctoral Degree Fellowship of $20,000 from the American Association of University Women. …Continue Reading »


Remembering C. Quentin Ford, former NMSU engineering dean, professor

WRITER: Billy Huntsman

Quentin Ford, former interim dean of the College of Engineering from 1980 to 1981, died April 30 at the age of 92. His memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 18, at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage, Museum 4100 Dripping Springs Road, Las Cruces. …Continue Reading »


08/24/2012: Students walk up and down the International Mall near Milton Hall. A-Mountain is visible in the background. (photo by Darren Phillips) JUN13NMSU’s College of Engineering sees big jump in summer enrollment

 
 

WRITER: Darrell J. Pehr

With final summer enrollment numbers now tallied at New Mexico State University, student counts are showing an unexpected jump in the College of Engineering thanks to an innovative approach by both the central administration and the college. …Continue Reading »


Conrad Keyes, Jr., professor and department head emeritus in the New Mexico State University Department of Civil Engineering was recently named the 64th National Honor Member of Chi Epsilon, the civil engineering national honor society. (Courtesy photo)NMSU engineering professor emeritus receives prestigious engineering honor