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Finalists in NMSU presidential search to visit campus beginning Feb. 26

Finalists in NMSU presidential search to visit campus beginning Feb. 26

Reliable Controls Corp. CEO to deliver Bromilow Lecture at NMSU

Reliable Controls Corp. CEO to deliver Bromilow Lecture at NMSU

NMSU dean shares history, critical contributions of engineering college

NMSU dean shares history, critical contributions of engineering college

Students invited to NMSU for Engineering Day

Students invited to NMSU for Engineering Day

NMSU ranks among 2024 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online Programs

NMSU ranks among 2024 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online Programs

NMSU announces five finalists in presidential search

NMSU announces five finalists in presidential search

NMSU chemical engineering professor heads to Brazil for second Fulbright Faculty Fellowship

NMSU chemical engineering professor heads to Brazil for second Fulbright Faculty Fellowship

In memoriam: Murty S. Kuntamukkula

In memoriam: Murty S. Kuntamukkula

In memoriam: James Cassan

In memoriam: James Cassan

NMSU to host Taking the Pentagon to the People event March 27-28

NMSU to host Taking the Pentagon to the People event March 27-28

NMSU to participate in joint crisis management exercises Jan. 23 and 25

NMSU to participate in joint crisis management exercises Jan. 23 and 25

NMSU honors faculty for creative scholarly work, community outreach at spring 2024 convocation

NMSU honors faculty for creative scholarly work, community outreach at spring 2024 convocation

Study measures NMSU’s billion-dollar plus impact on New Mexico economy

Study measures NMSU’s billion-dollar plus impact on New Mexico economy

NMSU names next dean of graduate school, associate provost for international affairs

NMSU names next dean of graduate school, associate provost for international affairs

NMSU’s Wave the Wonder Dog honored with 2023 AKC Canine Excellence award

NMSU’s Wave the Wonder Dog honored with 2023 AKC Canine Excellence award

NMSU engineers working to develop robotic bridge inspection system to revolutionize infrastructure maintenance system in NM

NMSU engineers working to develop robotic bridge inspection system to revolutionize infrastructure maintenance system in NM

NMSU’s 60th annual Samuel P. Maggard Quality Concrete School set for Jan. 12-13

NMSU’s 60th annual Samuel P. Maggard Quality Concrete School set for Jan. 12-13

NMSU graduate student wins professional international contest

NMSU graduate student wins professional international contest

NMSU’s fall 2023 Outstanding Graduate Award recipients shine with dedication, brilliance, skill

NMSU’s fall 2023 Outstanding Graduate Award recipients shine with dedication, brilliance, skill

NMSU selected to establish Building Training and Assessment Center to expand clean energy workforce

NMSU selected to establish Building Training and Assessment Center to expand clean energy workforce

Robotics competition, ‘Incision Decision,’ at NMSU winners announced

Robotics competition, ‘Incision Decision,’ at NMSU winners announced

NMSU students win awards, scholarships at the Great Minds in STEM conference

NMSU students win awards, scholarships at the Great Minds in STEM conference

Poster presentation on Soil Moisture Sensing claims top prize

Poster presentation on Soil Moisture Sensing claims top prize

Engineering alum John Yates honored as one of six Distinguished Alumni by NMSU

Engineering alum John Yates honored as one of six Distinguished Alumni by NMSU

Group of NMSU faculty named among top scientists worldwide

Group of NMSU faculty named among top scientists worldwide

NMSU Delegation Attends SHPE National Convention: Captivating Moments Captured

Salt Lake City, UT - A delegation of 15 students and faculty advisors from New Mexico State University (NMSU) recently made their mark at the...

Career Awareness Showcase at Pebble Hills High School Inspires Young Minds with Science

In a captivating display of scientific marvels, students from the New Mexico State University (NMSU) College of Engineering showcased the wonders...

NMSU’s Engineering Council receives regional award from national organization

New Mexico State University’s Engineering Student Council was recently lauded as the National Association of Engineering Student Councils...

IE Students Claim Top Honors at Freestyle O.R. Supreme 2023 Competition

Two industrial Engineering students, Alex Antholzner and Huzaifa Hussain, recently achieved top honors at the Freestyle O.R. Supreme 2023...

NMSU fueling cyber security, grid innovations

“We are preparing for the grid of the future,” New Mexico State University computer science professor Satyajayant “Jay”...

In memoriam: C. David (Dave) Herring

Dave was born on October 26th 1923 in Norborne, Missouri to David Franklin and Lily (Burtner) Herring. He lived in Missouri during his early years...

In memoriam: Ismael Dominguez

Ismael Dominguez, 64, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on Saturday, September 30, 2023, in Las Cruces, NM after a brief...

Faculty Focus: Bárbara Gamillo, College of Engineering

Faculty Focus: Bárbara Gamillo, College of Engineering

NMSU faculty join new battery consortium to improve lithium-ion batteries

Ten national laboratories and 10 universities, including New Mexico State University, are joining forces to find ways to make lithium-ion, or...

NMSU STEM+ Research Education Institute to promote campus, community collaboration

A new research institute at New Mexico State University will bring together experts in science, technology, engineering and math education from...

News from Infrastructure and Partnerships: Ultrahigh-Resolution Electron Microscopy Arrives at NMSU

News from Infrastructure and Partnerships: Ultrahigh-Resolution Electron Microscopy Arrives at NMSU

In memoriam: Clyde Willis Willyard

In memoriam: Clyde Willis Willyard

In memoriam: Robert (Bob) Isidore Ferran

In memoriam: Robert (Bob) Isidore Ferran

In memoriam: Manuel Esquibel

In memoriam: Manuel Esquibel

Aggies Without Limits continue 18-year legacy of helping impoverished communities

An overheard conversation at the grocery store led New Mexico State University’s Aggies Without Limits to embark on their largest project...

NMSU ranks in 2024 U.S. News Best Colleges

New Mexico State University has once again been recognized this year in the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings.

NMSU ICT program ranked among top 10 nationwide

Forbes Advisor has ranked New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering online Information and Communication Technology...

NMSU awarded NSF grant to support underrepresented electrical, computer engineering students

An interdisciplinary research team at New Mexico State University is collaborating to develop a community for underrepresented students in...

In memoriam: John Robert Rice

John Robert Rice, 87, of Dysart, passed away on August 30, 2023. A visitation will be held on Wednesday, September 13, from 4 to 7:00 p.m. at...

NMSU to host 39th annual Career Expo, Engineering, Science and Technology Fair

The New Mexico State University Office of Experiential Learning will host the 39th annual Career Expo Fair and Engineering, Science and Technology...

NMSU enrollment up at all campuses, reaches pre-pandemic level in Las Cruces

Unofficial enrollment numbers for the New Mexico State University system show an increase of nearly 3% systemwide over last fall, with enrollment...

Arrowhead Center at NMSU’s student venture fellowship seeks applicants

This fall, students in the Borderplex region will have the opportunity to participate in the Fourth Industrial Revolution Economy, or FIRE, Venture...

In memoriam: Doutt, Beth

Beth Gayle Doutt of Casa Grande, Az and Idaho, Falls Idaho passed away on July 25th, 2023 after a strong and courageous battle with cancer with her...

West Hartford Native Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel

West Hartford native and 2002 Conard graduate Andrew Ziskin was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S Army in a ceremony presided over by the...

In memoriam: Vernon Gabbard Jr

Vernon Gabbard, 77, beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend passed away on Saturday, July 29, 2023. He is survived by his wife of 56 years,...

Employee Spotlight featuring Stephanie Gates

Stephanie Gates thrives on problem solving. Her work at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East Division (TAM) gives her a lot of opportunity...

NMSU VentureFunding accelerator accepting applications from NM tech startups

The Scale Up New Mexico program, funded in part by the United States Economic Development Administration and housed at New Mexico State...

In memoriam: Robert John Rogers

In memoriam: Robert John Rogers

NMSU engineering associate dean receives national community service award

Patricia Sullivan, associate dean for outreach and recruitment in the College of Engineering with a joint appointment in the Office of Research,...

NMSU to offer new highly sought-after computer engineering degree program

A new bachelor’s of science degree in computer engineering is being offered by the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University....

NMSU honors faculty for excellence in teaching at fall 2023 convocation

As New Mexico State University kicked off a new academic year, nearly 200 faculty and staff members gathered on the Las Cruces campus to honor a...

NMSU receives nearly $2.5 million in state funding for STEM graduate scholarships

The New Mexico Higher Education Department has allocated nearly $2.5 million to fund scholarships for graduate students from New Mexico studying...

NMSU engineers present data-driven educational interventions

New Mexico State University College of Engineering Dean Lakshmi N. Reddi and Senior Data Analyst Sashidhar Chintalapati organized and led at two...

Retired chemical engineering professor takes on new challenge

Following a 27-year career as a dedicated leader and professor, Martha C. Mitchell has retired from New Mexico State University. Her new endeavor...

NMSU to host statewide listening sessions on future leadership

New Mexico State University will host 10 listening sessions at locations throughout New Mexico to gather input on what the university should look...

NMSU program manager, NM TSA adviser elected to national board of directors

Clara Raley, New Mexico Technology Student Association state adviser and New Mexico State University College of Engineering program manager, was...

NMSU’s Atomic Aggies win second consecutive Chile Cup

New Mexico State University’s Atomic Aggies have won the Chile Cup in the Spaceport America Cup for the second year in a row. The rocket...

NMSU joins Permian Energy Development Lab, receives NSF grant

As member of a consortium of academic institutions, nonprofit organizations, companies and national laboratories, researchers from New Mexico State...

NMSU’s Physical Science Lab, Aggie Innovation Space collaboration supports defense industry

From making personal protective equipment for local health care workers to helping students with capstone or competition projects to working with...

NMSU engineering students graduate with first-place win

This spring, one New Mexico State University engineering student group garnered more than an A in the culminating course for degree completion....

NMSU hosts STEMx AI summer camp for local high school students

This summer, Las Cruces area high school students had the chance to attend an interactive artificial intelligence summer camp at New Mexico State...

In memoriam: John Henry James Cunningham III

Out of tune, and nearly tone deaf, he sang an old hymn and read scripture to his bed-ridden wife every day before she passed just before Christmas....

Former electrical engineering professor releases new book

“Amateur Radio General Class Licensing,” written by former New Mexico State University electrical engineering Professor Stephen Horan,...

NMSU TechSprint accelerator accepting applications from NM tech startups

The Scale Up New Mexico program, funded in part by the United States Economic Development Administration and housed at New Mexico State...

Engineering honor society symbol returns to NMSU

After a number of years, the missing Tau Beta Pi, or TBP, Engineering Honor Society official badge, known as the Bent, is once again displayed in...

NMSU industrial engineering master’s program lauded with four No. 1 national rankings

New Mexico State University’s industrial engineering master’s degree program has received No. 1 2023 rankings from four U.S. college...

NMSU’s Physical Science Lab assists NM Space Grant with Pathway to Space Program

For almost a year, members of the New Mexico State University Physical Science Laboratory’s unmanned aircraft systems team have been working...

Engineering bids farewell to loyal friend

Engineering bids farewell to loyal friend

Faculty Focus: Yanyan Zhang, College of Engineering

Faculty Focus: Yanyan Zhang, College of Engineering

NMSU commencement ceremonies to recognize spring 2023 graduates

NMSU commencement ceremonies to recognize spring 2023 graduates

NMSU announces 33rd annual WERC Environmental Design Contest winners

A total of 107 undergraduate students from 11 universities competed in New Mexico State University College of Engineering’s 33rd annual WERC...

NMSU’s spring 2023 Outstanding Graduate Award recipients embody diligence, focus, brilliance

The Alumni Association of New Mexico State University has announced the seven recipients of its biannual Outstanding Graduate Award, representing...

NMSU graduate programs ranked in U.S. News & World Best Graduate Schools

Several graduate programs at New Mexico State University have been ranked in the top 200 among the 2024 Best Graduate Schools by U.S. News &...

NMSU awarded $10 million grant to lead regional technical assistance center

As one of 17 awardees selected, New Mexico State University will lead a team to establish an Environmental Justice Thriving Communities Technical...

NMSU Mini Baja Night at the Speedway set for April 29

Since the 1980s, numerous New Mexico State University students have raced and competed to capture checkered flags for NMSU’s Society of...

In memoriam: Raul J. Lucero

Raul James Lucero was born in Roswell, NM on April 29, 1951 to Samuel B. Lucero Jr and Celia Brady Lucero. He died peacefully in his home on...

In memoriam: Joseph Alexander Lapoint

Joseph Alexander Lapoint, Jr. of Parker, Colorado died peacefully on Sunday, April 16, 2023 at the age of 84 years. He was born July 18, 1938 in...

Sandia researcher Stan Atcitty named IEEE fellow

Newswise — ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Sandia National Laboratories Senior Scientist Stan Atcitty has been named a Fellow of the Institute of...

NMSU announces NM Technology Student Association state conference winners

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

NMSU’s Engineering Student Council wins Best Large Council at national summit

The Engineering Student Council at New Mexico State University has won the coveted award for Best Large Council at the 2023 National Association of...

Engineering college research leads to international recognition

Recent investigations on data-driven interventions employed by the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University have revealed positive...

In memoriam: Mark Secundino Sandoval

In memoriam: Mark Secundino Sandoval

NMSU team selected for international finals of design competition

NMSU team selected for international finals of design competition

New Mexico Mutual donates $1 million to support NMSU College of Business, Engineering, Arrowhead Center

New Mexico Mutual donates $1 million to support NMSU College of Business, Engineering, Arrowhead Center

In memoriam: James Joseph Lenzo

In memoriam: James Joseph Lenzo

New Mexico State University: Time-Resolved Flow Cytometry

New Mexico State University: Time-resolved Flow Cytometry

NMSU Foundation receives grant for Shaping the Future in STEM program

The New Mexico State University Foundation has received a grant from Intel Corporation to invest in career mentoring and advising, enabling...

NMSU’s College of Engineering awarded NASA grant

Liang Sun, mechanical and aerospace engineering associate professor at New Mexico State University, has been awarded a nearly $6 million grant by...

Martha Mitchell appointed as director of equity, inclusion and diversity for NMSU Engineering

Dr. Martha Mitchell, professor and associate department head for chemical and materials engineering, has been appointed as director of equity,...

NMSU to host NM TransCon April 12-14

New Mexico State University will host the 2023 New Mexico Transportation and Construction Conference, “Transforming Business as Usual into a...

Meet Kathryn Lueders, First Female Head Of NASA’s Human Spaceflight Mission

Kathryn Lueders is an American business manager and engineer who has been associated with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)...

Arrowhead Center at NMSU launches Scale Up NM to support tech startups

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University is launching a support program for technology startups in New Mexico, thanks to a $1.2 million...

NMSU completes COVID wastewater testing program

A team of researchers at New Mexico State University wrapped up sampling wastewater for COVID-19 on the campuses of NMSU and Doña Ana...

Professor Kenny A. Stevens, P.E., named Ingeniero Eminente

Stevens was recently honored as part of an NMSU College of Engineering tradition dating back to1989, the Sociedad de Ingenieros was established and...