Tag Archives: Arrowhead Center
Twenty-two students from Mexico have completed an innovative internship program allowing them to hone their business skills while completing coursework that will prepare them to continue their studies at New Mexico State University.
They’re circling. Four greats of the Las Cruces business community are lurking on campus, ready to sink their teeth into promising entrepreneurial ideas from New Mexico State University students. And on Oct. 23, the university’s entrepreneurship engine, Arrowhead Center, will chum the waters with presentations from some of its top clients who are ready to take the plunge.
New Mexico State University students are working with the Dona Ana County Illegal Dumping Partnership Program to make it easier for Las Cruces residents to report illegal dumping through the use of a smartphone application.
As the New Mexico State University College of Engineering gears up to celebrate National Engineers Week Feb. 16-22, the college is refining its focus to include not only sought-after engineering education, but also new areas of innovation and entrepreneurship, to better serve our graduates, industry and the State of New Mexico.
A new startup company launched through Studio G, the student business incubator at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, has developed its first iPad application – a code generator for the popular computer game “Minecraft.”
A pair of entrepreneurs at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center have an idea that could revolutionize the way solar panels are made, cutting costs enough to make solar power a real competitor in the energy market – they just need a chance to prove that it works.
New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center is now accepting applications for consulting services to help those seeking to start or expand their businesses. Applicants accepted into the program are chosen based on a variety of factors, including the development of innovative technologies and contribution to economic development in New Mexico.
New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center received a $1 million grant Sept. 19 after winning a national competition aimed at spurring technology commercialization and small business development.
A new program at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center that aims to take near-to-market technologies being developed on campus and help speed their way to the public has picked its first projects to fund.