Cummins-NMSU engineering partnership a “win-win”

Cummins Inc. and the New Mexico State University Engineering Technology Department have entered a new and unique partnership that will enrich the engineering educational experience of current and future students. Cummins is providing funding for projects that will give students hands-on experience refurbishing old and outdated, but much needed laboratory equipment, as well as supporting the development of new equipment.

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Aggies Without Limits helps locally, internationally

In May, 35 New Mexico State University students will join 20 students Engineers for a Sustainable World from UTEP to build a suspension pedestrian bridge destroyed by Hurricane Maria in 2017 in the city of Utuado, Puerto Rico. The students will also install a solar panel grid to provide power to homes that have not had it since the hurricane.

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Cowgirl, engineer form bond

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In Memoriam: Gary Richard Fleenor, BS EE

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NMSU mechanical engineering doctorate student awarded NSF research fellowship

DATE: 04/23/2018 WRITER: Tiffany Acosta, 575-646-3929, tfrank@nmsu.edu CONTACT: Abdessattar Abdelkefi, 575-646-6546, abdu@nmsu.edu Samantha Ceballes, a Ph.D. student at New Mexico State University, has received the 2018 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program award. She began her doctorate studies in mechanical engineering in January 2018. Ceballes earned a bachelor’s degree in both aerospace engineering and…
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In Memoriam: Austin Vick, MS CE

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NMSU’s STEM TECH Lab receives major gift, new name

DATE: 04/17/2018 WRITER: Daphne Griffin , 575-646-2073, daphneg@nmsu.edu CONTACT: Andrea Tawney, 575-646-4917, atawney@nmsu.edu The STEM TECH (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Test and Evaluation Collaboration Hub) Lab at New Mexico State University will be renamed the “Jack & MaryLou Davis STEM TECH Lab” Saturday, April 21, in honor of the couple’s recent $500,000 investment to…
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Civil engineer developing methods to monitor aging infrastructure

Writer: Linda Fresques It was a national tragedy that inspired New Mexico State University Civil Engineering Assistant Professor Ehsan Dehghan-Niri to pursue a quest to make the world a safer place by means of his field of study in advanced nondestructive evaluation (NDE/NDT) and structural health monitoring (SHM). While he was an undergraduate student in…
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Winners announced in pollution solution contest

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All-girl engineer team solving space station water problem

Author: Diana Alba Soular, Las Cruces Sun-News Published: 9:17 AM EDT April 12, 2018 Updated: 11:17 AM EDT April 12, 2018 Lacyn Touchard, an environmental engineering student from Louisiana State University along with her team, practices what they will be saying to judges as they present their system for direct potable water reuse at the…
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