Aggie Ingeniero, September 2016


September 2016



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05/31/2016: Engineering student Aaron Lindsay. (Photo by Darren Phillips)

hammond_jacobLocal high-school student gets first-hand engineering experience

Writer: Billy Huntsman

A Mayfield High School student gained research experience this past summer by working with graduate students in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department in the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University.  >>Read More


‘Grateful’ CoE alumnus establishes scholarship

GO Bond C to improve, renovate NMSU’s aging facilities

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

New Mexico State University electrical engineering students are designing a camera prototype to help researchers at the Jornada Experimental Range learn more about Raramuri Criollo cattle. The camera will be attached to a harness around the neck of the cow. (Photo by Andrea Campanella) AUG16

NMSU engineering students design cow camera to assist researchers

Writer: Kristie Garcia

Four New Mexico State University electrical engineering students are designing a camera prototype that may provide the answers. Seniors Zach Abbott, Christian De La Pena, German Montes and Adrian Palos are in the process of developing a camera that can be affixed to a harness around a cow’s neck.   >>Read More

Four civil engineering students receive $30,000 in federal fellowships

NMSU recognized as a top 50 Military Friendly university

Writer: Tiffany Acosta

G.I. Jobs magazine has named New Mexico State University as a top 50 Military Friendly school in degree programs within areas of telecommunications and security/corrections. According to G.I. Jobs, Military Friendly schools represent the top tier of institutions that provide the best educational opportunities for military service members and their dependents. NMSU has been designated a Military Friendly school since 2010.  >>Read More

NMSU receives national top tier ranking for 2017

For the fourth time in the last five years, New Mexico State University has been recognized as a top tier university. NMSU was listed on the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges for 2017 National Universities rankings.  >>Read More