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Sometime next year, New Mexicans could see Excel Energy drones flying above power lines and utility infrastructure around the state.
Vencore Appoints Steven Omick as President of its Applied Communication Sciences Research and Engineering Lab
CHANTILLY, Va., Dec. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Vencore, Inc. has appointed Steven Omick, Ph.D. as president of its Applied Communication Sciences (ACS) research and engineering lab located in Basking Ridge, New Jersey. An 18-year veteran of the intelligence community, Dr. Omick has had numerous roles of increasing responsibility throughout his career in the design, development, and advanced engineering of high-technology solutions and large-scale program management.
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.
New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering is hosting a Vietnam Fullbright Scholar who will be conducting research, assisting in teaching a course and better acquainting himself with the American education system.
Not all recent college graduates can say that they have designed real world products for delivery to government organizations like NASA, but that is exactly what four New Mexico State University electrical engineering students did during their final year of undergraduate study.
Five New Mexico State University engineering students have earned spots in nationally competitive research programs.
New Mexico State University’s online industrial engineering master’s program has been independently reviewed and ranked in second place nationwide by GetEducated.com as a top “Best Buy” for engineering professionals seeking a high-quality, low-cost online degree.
Former New Mexico State University student Steven Sandoval is completing his doctoral studies at Arizona State University, and in a few years will return to NMSU to join the College of Engineering faculty.
The New Mexico State University Library has been awarded an $11,500 gift and the College of Engineering has been awarded a gift of $10,000 from the Robert E. and Evelyn McKee Foundation of El Paso, Tex.