Third-annual Giving Tuesday brings in more than $1.8 million to the NMSU system

Gifts were continuing to be counted Tuesday evening at the New Mexico State University system’s Giving Tuesday headquarters in Corbett Center Student Union’s Aggie Lounge, but at the 5 p.m. wrap-up celebration, NMSU had already brought in more than $1.8 million in gifts from more than 1,300 donors to scholarships and programs benefitting students at campuses throughout the state.

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Where are they now: Charley Johnson

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NMSU engineering alumnus Richard Leza creates scholarship to propel students to graduate

A new $290,000 endowed scholarship equipped to help New Mexico State University College of Engineering students in financial need stems from a resilient story of an NMSU alumnus.

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NMSU gift supports first chemical, materials engineering Endowed Chair to recruit top teaching talent

Two new investments in the College of Engineering will support an endowed chair for its fast-growing program, the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering.

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NMSU engineer works to make next-generation mobile technology a reality

The number of wireless devices connected to mobile networks is estimated to be three times the size of the global population by the year 2020. Smartphone traffic will exceed PC traffic. Global Internet traffic in 2020 is anticipated to be 95 times the volume of the entire global Internet in 2005. Some 250 million vehicles will be connected to the Internet and there will be 27 billion machines communicating with one another.

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Material Handling Education Foundation Scholarships

The Material Handling Education Foundation, Inc. (MHEFI) will once again offer scholarships to full-time students who are enrolled in eligible programs and schools in the United States and Canada for the 2018/2019 academic year.  Scholarships range from $1,500 to $6,000.  During the 2017/2018 academic year, we were able to award 45 scholarships for a total…
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Internship Opportunities

Peraton in Las Cruces (White Sands Complex) is seeking Sophomore, Junior and Senior Engineering (several majors), Computer Science, Mathematics students for paid internship positions during the Summer 2018 semester.  Please visit your NMSU AggieCAREER Manager account (careerservices.nmsu.edu) for the complete job description, specific qualifications and application instructions.  Students selected for the internship program will be…
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NMSU receives NSF cyber infrastructure award to train local high school students

New Mexico State University is one of only 12 universities in the country to receive a cyber infrastructure training grant from the National Science Foundation. The award, worth more than $460,000, will help local high school students gain experience on how information technology is integrated into various disciplines to help them be better informed and skilled when they choose a career.

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Expanded Zuhl Museum at NMSU reopens to public

A renovated and expanded Zuhl Museum at New Mexico State University officially reopened to the public on Thursday, Oct. 26. The museum houses the Zuhl collection of more than 1,800 fossils, minerals and petrified wood.

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Aggie Innovators give engineering students unique opportunities

NMSU’s Aggie Innovators are looking to help out in any way they can this semester for students of the College of Engineering and throughout the university.

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