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Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program

Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program

Science Café – Green Energy for the Next Generation

The high concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) has caused extreme climate and the Department of Energy has set the goal of neutral carbon emission...

NMSU engineering alum establishes endowment to support faculty chair

New Mexico State University engineering alum Michael Gittings credits a former professor for changing the trajectory of his life. The experience...

In memoriam: Richard Henry Eldredge

ASHLAND – Richard Henry Eldredge, of Venice, Florida, formerly of Ashland and Falmouth, passed away on July 6, 2022 in Venice.

NMSU’s Atomic Aggies take Chile Cup in Spaceport America Cup

New Mexico’s monsoons hampered the Spaceport America Cup Intercollegiate Rocket Competition held June 21-25, but they didn’t alter the...

Modernized NMSU Geomatics/Surveying Engineering program receives fourth national prize

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying awarded its 2022 Surveying Education Grand Prize to the New Mexico State University...

NMSU engineering leadership students give new life to campus community garden

Stevens was addressing a group of students participating in the Seidel Engineering Leadership Institute who were about to embark on their own...

NM Capstone competition gives students an understanding of national security work by Sandia National Laboratories

NM Capstone competition gives students an understanding of national security work by Sandia National Laboratories

In memoriam: Charles Howard Barbee

Charles Howard Barbee, a life long resident of Espanola and Santa Fe, passed away on June 26, 2022 at his home in Santa Fe. He was the youngest...

In memoriam: Orlando Cervantes

Orlando Cervantes passed away peacefully on Thursday, June 23, 2022. He is preceded in death by his parents Matias Cervantes and Jesusita Baca...

NMSU to collaborate on $8.5 million DOE grant to reduce nuclear reactor waste

Researchers at New Mexico State University are teaming up with two national labs and TerraPower, an energy company co-founded by Bill Gates, to...

NM PREP Academy at NMSU offers STEM education, research assistance

This summer, the return to an in-person NM PREP Academy gave middle and high school students the opportunity to explore the fields of engineering...

NMSU engineering professor named president-elect of cytometry society

New Mexico State University Chemical and Materials Engineering Professor Jessica Perea Houston was recently voted into the position of...

Briefcase: High Mesa Consulting Group names new hire

Jacobo J. Pacheco, NMPS and CFedS, has joined High Mesa Consulting Group.

NMSU engineering awarded $1 million grant to create hypersonics research center

The New Mexico State University College of Engineering is creating a niche in hypersonic research and education, and the United States Department...

NMSU among universities in new NSF program for Resilient and Intelligent NextG Systems

New Mexico State University is leading one of the 37 projects funded by a partnership led by the National Science Foundation containing two other...

NMSU, El Paso Electric solar installation begins generating power

New Mexico State University’s largest source of renewable energy – a three-megawatt solar and battery energy storage installation...

NMSU named among winners of NSF diversity, equity and inclusion initiative

New Mexico State University has been named among the winners of a National Science Foundation-funded challenge aimed at mitigating the long-term...

Gift of loan repayment changes lives for Hispanic female engineering students

E. Eugene Carter describes himself as a person of privilege: an American white male born during an era when those attributes provided advantages...

‘Three Minute Thesis’ competition challenges NMSU grad students to think fast

Listening to your favorite song, making a cup of Ramen noodles or returning a phone call. They all can take about three minutes. Now imagine...

In memoriam: George Henry Abernathy

In memoriam: George Henry Abernathy

NMSU engineering professors awarded grant to develop machine learning algorithms

A team from the New Mexico State University College of Engineering has been tasked with developing machine learning algorithms in support of...

White honored as newest NMSU Aggie Legend

For more than 50 years, Kenneth R. White has served New Mexico State University, and his dedication was celebrated when he was selected as the...

NMSU geomatics and surveying professor appointed to state board

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham recently appointed New Mexico State University Professor Ahmed Elaksher to serve on the New Mexico Board of...

Hightower earns “Salt of the Earth" Award

The Multi-State Salinity Commission Board of Directors recognize industry leaders that demonstrate outstanding commitment, leadership, vision and...

Faculty Focus: Samah Ben Ayed, College of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Technology Associate Professor Samah Ben Ayed joined the NMSU faculty in 2015 after she earned her Ph.D. in engineering...

NMSU accepting applications for NM PREP Academy

Since 2016, the Office of Outreach and Recruiting in New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering has hosted the NM PREP Middle...

NMSU engineering making a niche in hypersonic research and education

The U.S. Department of Defense increased its hypersonic research budget of $600 million in 2021 to $3.8 billion in 2022 and has requested $4.7...

Capstone Design Day: Complete list of presentations

The College of Engineering hosts Capstone Design Day giving senior students the opportunity to showcase their capstone projects.

NMSU Faculty Focus: Laura Boucheron

Associate Professor Laura Boucheron provides a unique perspective to Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering students. She knows what...

NMSU sophomore wins award from American Physical Society for outstanding research

All scholars strive to be recognized for their research. For New Mexico State University student Haley Woolf, that recognition has come early.

NMSU engineering student team places at international design competition

New Mexico State University’s team of student engineers, E^2M3, placed second at this year’s Invent For The Planet (IFTP) international...

NMSU to participate in project to measure degree plans, student success

New Mexico State University will be one of 30 nationally leading research universities participating in a project to review and revise degree plans...

NMSU alumna received honorary doctorate from Duke University

Duke University will welcome General Motors CEO Mary Barra as commencement speaker and honor four honorary degree recipients at its commencement...

New Mexico state officials to open NMSU conference

New Mexico State University will host the 2022 New Mexico Transportation and Construction Conference at the Las Cruces Convention Center April 20-22.

Dreams come true for Air Force STEM Champion

KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. (AFRL) - “I grew up in Dixon, a small town in northern New Mexico, where the skies were dark, the stars bright,...

Several NMSU programs ranked on 2023 U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools

The U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools 2023 rankings have been released, and numerous New Mexico State University graduate...

Aggieland welcomes international student teams to Invent for the Planet finals

In February, nearly 500 innovative students from 24 universities around the world participated in the first part of Texas A&M...

Eye on R1: NMSU takes steps to achieve top research university status

When one thinks of academic research, topics that immediately come to mind often involve science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM.

More on engineering and science

In January, I talked about how engineers and scientists really are kindred spirits, as they play on the same team of knowledge seekers.

NMSU named a top military friendly school

NMSU named a top military friendly school

NMSU selected as a First-gen Forward institution

With approximately one in three students at New Mexico State University identifying as first-generation college students, fear of the unknown can...

NMSU professor tackling capacity issues of communication infrastructure and need for engineers

David Mitchell is tackling two of society’s biggest problems with one ambitious project. The New Mexico State University assistant professor...

Former NMSU president remembered for contributions to education, dedication to university

Former New Mexico State University President William B. Conroy, whose contributions to the university inspired the naming of NMSU’s Honors...

NMSU engineering alum contributions aid student success

NMSU engineering alum contributions aid student success

College of Engineering Recognizes Staff and Faculty Accomplishments

During it’s annual Faculty and Staff Awards Ceremony, numerous members of the College of Engineering received appreciation for their...

NMSU Engineering Professor Testing Neuromorphic Computing for Robotic Systems

In his laboratory at New Mexico State University, Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor Luis Rodolfo Garcia...

NMSU Alumni Group Recognizes Civil Engineering Faculty Contributions for Teaching, Research and Service

Three faculty members of the Department of Civil Engineering at New Mexico State University received awards recognizing their contributions to the...

Emeritus Engineering Professor Honored by Worldwide Organization

The board of directors of the Institute of Electronic and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has honored NMSU Emeritus Professor Satish Ranade as an IEEE...

NMSU graduates aid commercial space travel advancements

Less than 60 miles from New Mexico State University’s Las Cruces campus, the next phase of the commercial space race accomplished a major...

In memoriam: Edgar Franklin Foreman

Ed’s mission in life was to encourage, persuade and inspire himself, his family, friend’s, associates and others to live a Happy,...

'Top-Gun' aviator a favorite NMSU aerospace engineering instructor

'Top-Gun' aviator a favorite NMSU aerospace engineering instructor

Bromilow Distinguished Lecture at NMSU to feature clean energy economy

The New Mexico State University College of Engineering will host the 2022 Bromilow Distinguished Lecture from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Feb. 22.

MFA Welcomes Dr. Patricia Sullivan as Newest Board Member

Albuquerque, NM—The New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority (MFA) recently welcomed its newest member, Dr. Patricia Sullivan, to the MFA Board...

Recognizing NMSU's Large Proposal Submitter

At the January 10th, 2022 Town Hall, New Mexico State University (NMSU) Chancellor Dan Arvizu announced organizational changes resulting from...

NMSU programs ranked on 2022 U.S. News & World Report Best Online Programs

Numerous New Mexico State University programs have been ranked on the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online Education Programs list...

NM Produced Water Research Consortium at NMSU develops research plan for reuse of produced water

New Mexico State University, in collaboration with the New Mexico Environment Department, is home to the New Mexico Produced Water Research...

“Science Café – A.I. and Machine Learning,” online with the Museum of Nature & Science and Sigma Xi

The Museum of Nature & Science and Sigma Xi present “Science Café – A.I. and Machine Learning” with guest speaker Steven...

Business, engineering alum connects with potential employees at NMSU career fair

New Mexico State University’s 17th annual Career Connections event brought job recruiters from across the country to the Las Cruces campus...

Technology Student Association to host state conference, set-design competition at NMSU

The New Mexico Technology Student Association, managed through New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering, is the science,...

One-on-One: Engineering firm CEO’s past trauma helps him lead

Chris Youngblood has an unusually strong affinity for the Grand Canyon.

NMSU Office of Experiential Learning to host Career Connections Fair

New Mexico State University’s Office of Experiential Learning will host the 17th annual Career Connections Fair Feb. 1-2.

NBCU Academy collaboration will support journalism, engineering at NMSU

New Mexico State University is one of 13 new academic partners to receive grants from the NBCUniversal News Group.

Professor Lambis Papelis to lead Carlsbad Environmental Monitoring and Research Center

Civil Engineering Professor Lambis Papelis has been named director of NMSU’s College of Engineering Carlsbad Environmental Monitoring and...

NMSU research collaboration with Los Alamos National Lab earns team spot at international conference

For more than four years, a team from New Mexico State University’s Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the College of...

Engineering faculty recognized for excellence in research

Two College of Engineering faculty members were honored for excellence in research and creativity at NMSU’s spring 2022 convocation, held...

Gregory Byres named incoming State Engineer

Gregory Byres named incoming State Engineer ADOT veteran succeeds retiring Dallas Hammit

Dan Arvizu: Embracing the soft skills

The first time Dan Arvizu thought about anything related to science or engineering was in the sixth grade.

For Ken Ruble, what goes around, comes around

Youthful time spent in his father’s garage inspired Ken Ruble’s interest in mechanical things. That interest led to his passion in...

Engineering e3 Initiative aimed at developing career-ready self-directed learners

Youthful time spent in his father’s garage inspired Ken Ruble’s interest in mechanical things. That interest led to his passion in...

NMSU receives Golfer Development Endowed Fund on behalf of Las Cruces Country Club

Whether it’s helping guests at the pro-shop or instructing them on the golf course, Keslee Sherman, a student employee at New Mexico State...

Carlsbad High School senior named semifinalist for National Merit Scholarship

A Carlsbad High School senior was named a semifinalist in the 67th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

NMSU researchers recognized as top 2 percent worldwide

Research is a core aspect of New Mexico State University’s mission and Goal 2 of NMSU’s LEADS 2025 to elevate research and creativity.

In memoriam: Dow B. Bond

Passed away peacefully on November 19th. Where he was surrounded by his loving family. Dow was born on August 20th, 1934, to Dow G. and Pearl Burch...

New Mexico Governor’s STEM Challenge 2021 winners announced

More than 300 students participated in the third annual New Mexico Governor’s STEM Challenge, a competition testing high school...

NMSU commencement ceremonies to honor 2020, fall 2021 graduates

Aggie graduates will once again take center stage at the Pan American Center as New Mexico State University hosts commencement ceremonies this week...

Seven graduating NMSU students honored with prestigious award

New Mexico State University has a tradition of providing undergraduate and graduate students with exceptional academic programs, highly respected...

NMSU alum Richard Leza to be inducted into NMSU’s Entrepreneur Hall of Fame

Businessman and New Mexico State University alumnus Richard Leza has been named the third inductee in the NMSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame by...

NMSU engineering students explore new technology for the ‘New Space Era’

Engineering students at New Mexico State University are working with aerospace industry leader Northrop Grumman on projects that may someday solve...

NMSU recognized as one of America’s Best Employers for Veterans 2021

New Mexico State University was recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Best Employers for Veterans 2021.

In Memoriam: Paul C. Roybal

Paul C. Roybal, 75, passed away peacefully in the beautiful Santa Fe home that he designed, surrounded by his loving family on July 25, 2021.

NMSU-developed chile grown on International Space Station

Did you know a chile cultivar developed at New Mexico State University is being grown aboard the International Space Station? The NuMex...

In Memoriam: Jerald “Jerry” Valentine

Jerald “Jerry” Valentine, age 78, passed away in Las Cruces on October 26, 2021. He was born November 27, 1942 in Clovis, NM to Nadine...

Engineering professional master’s programs designed for working professionals

Earning a professional master’s degree in engineering from New Mexico State University online is possible in under a year, from anywhere in...

NM Produced Water Research Consortium to host public workshop in Carlsbad

The New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium and New Mexico State University Carlsbad will host a public education workshop on the status of...

NM Produced Water Research Consortium to host public workshop in Farmington

The New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium and San Juan College School of Energy will host a public education workshop on the status of...

MAE External Job Advertisement

The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) at New Mexico State University (NMSU) is searching for outstanding applicants in all...

Increased focus on retention, social mobility efforts boost NMSU’s national rankings

With a significant emphasis on student retention and social mobility opportunities, New Mexico State University has earned improved standings in...

NMSU named to Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics list

New Mexico State University has been recognized on the Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics list published in the October issue of The...

NMSU engineers join collaborative research to develop new carbon dioxide technologies

Meng Zhou, assistant professor of chemical and materials engineering, is the New Mexico State University lead on a collaborative three-state...

NMSU engineering graduate named Most Promising Engineer

Gregorio H. Hinojos, a New Mexico State University electrical engineering graduate, was recently recognized among America’s top engineers and...

Engineering alumni recognized for distinguished careers, philanthropy and service

Continuing a time-honored tradition, the New Mexico State University Alumni Association has selected recipients for the 2021 Distinguished Alumni...

NMSU geomatics program receives accreditation

New Mexico State University’s bachelor’s degree program in geomatics has been accredited by the Applied and Natural Science...

NMSU’s PSL co-op program prepares students for careers in national security

Ten New Mexico State University students have been selected for the Physical Science Laboratory Classified Ready Employee Workforce program. When...

NMSU Professor Dr. Edward Pines wins fourth Donald C. Roush Award for Teaching Excellence

New Mexico State University Professor of Industrial Engineering Edward Pines has won his fourth Donald C. Roush Award for Teaching Excellence....

NMSU, El Paso Electric unveil Aggie Power solar project

New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu and El Paso Electric President and CEO Kelly Tomblin, center, smile as they cut a ribbon...

NMSU Chancellor Dan Arvizu named to White House advisory council

New Mexico State University System Chancellor Dan Arvizu has been named to the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology,...

Aggie Power ribbon-cutting ceremony, distinguished lecture set for Sept. 23

New Mexico State University and El Paso Electric will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony and distinguished lecture Thursday, Sept. 23, in celebration...

NMSU engineering professor awarded NSF grant to study the uncertainties in floating offshore wind turbines

Doeun Choe believes the goal of her research should always result in helping society. And the civil engineering assistant professor in New Mexico...