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Researchers seek lowers cost oxidation process

Writer: Tiffany Acosta

Since August 2012, Thomas Manz, chemical and materials engineering assistant professor at New Mexico State University, and Ph.D. student Bo Yang have worked to develop a new more-efficient selective oxidation catalyst…Continue Reading »

New Mexico State University chemical engineering studentNMSU Engineer’s Council hosts Nerds for Knowledge book drive to benefit high school in Swaziland, Africa

Writer: Alexia Severson, Las Cruces Sun-News

The Engineer’s Council at New Mexico State University hosted Nerds for Knowledge, a book drive to benefit the Ka-Boyce High School in Swaziland, a country in southern Africa…Continue Reading »

Brahma receives Roush Award

Writer: Linda Fresques

brahma01College of Engineering Associate Professor Sukumar Brahma, of the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was recently honored with the Roush Award at the NMSU Spring Convocation…Continue Reading »


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Writer: Damien Willis, Las Cruces Sun-News 6:17 p.m. MST February 13, 2016

As students of all ages from across New Mexico competed Saturday in a statewide robotics competition on the campus of New Mexico State University, an organization devoted to encouraging girls to seek out careers in science and engineering had its monthly board meeting just three blocks away…Continue Reading »


DSCN1453Engineers recognized with Bromilow Awards

Writer: Linda Fresques

The College of Engineering recently celebrated Engineers’ Week in February with the 41st Annual Bromilow Awards and Lecture…Continue Reading »

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NMSU Unmanned Aircraft Systems Flight Test Center to host open house


The New Mexico State University Unmanned Aircraft Flight Test Center (UAS FTC) will host an open house for all airport tenants, users and friends to discover more about NMSU’s UAS operations at the airport and the surrounding area. Presentations will cover topics such as operations, procedures and abilities. NMSU officials also will be available to discuss how to make NMSU’s flight operations even more a part of the Las Cruces International Airport community.

WHEN: 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 17

WHERE: 800 Aerostar Way, Las Cruces International Airpot


In case you missed it: There’s still time to celebrate Pi Day!

Pi

Let’s drive our accountant crazy by donating $3.14, $314.15 or $3,141.59 to our Engineering Student Council to fund students travel to national conferences.

Click here to support NMSU Engineering Students.

Few fun facts about pi:

  1. Chao Lu holds the world record for remembering the value of pi up to 67,890 digits
  2. The value of pi has been determined to more than one trillion digits