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CJ Barberan, a recent New Mexico State University graduate from Santa Teresa, New Mexico, has been awarded two prestigious fellowships – the GEM Fellowship and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship — to fund his Ph.D. program and research at Rice University.
A Research and Scholarly Activity Rally on Friday, April 11 at 8:30 a.m. in room 104 at O’Donnell Hall.
The New Mexico State University College of Engineering and the College of Arts and Sciences have partnered on a $5 million National Science Foundation Center for Research Excellence in Science and Technology (CREST) grant for smart-grid research.
New Mexico State University President Garrey Carruthers and Vice President for Research Vimal Chaitanya recognized university faculty members and staff in December who have generated $500,000 or more in research funding during the past fiscal year, 2013.
The achievements of top faculty members and staff were celebrated today at New Mexico State University’s fall convocation ceremony. Each fall and spring, convocation serves as an opportunity to begin the semester with a focus on excellence.
The international journal, Electronic Letters, highlighted New Mexico State University’s electrical and computer engineering associate professor Deva Borah and Ph.D. student Kuldeep Kumar’s research work as a feature in its October 13, 2011 issue.
The National Science Foundation has awarded $164,961 to Dr. Muhammed Dawood in the electrical and computer engineering department.
Samantha Chacon and Michael A. Chavez, electrical and computer engineering students at NMSU, have been accepted into the Army High Performance Computing Research Center’s 2011 Summer Institute at Stanford University.