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Some 150 students from 52 U.S. higher education institutions have been named University Innovation Fellows by the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter). Among them are five NMSU students have just completed training to join Epicenter’s University Innovation Fellows program: Taylor Burgett, electrical engineering graduate student; Joel Cazares, industrial engineering undergraduate; CJ Gershon, business undergraduate; Ryan Giblin, industrial engineering graduate student; and Sahar Qavi, chemical engineering graduate student. They join three NMSU students who were named fellows this past year.
An undercurrent of student support is creating huge ripples across the American landscape, reshaping daily notions of innovation and entrepreneurship.
NMSU engineering students Brendan Sullivan and Ember Krech are part of a cohort of 58 students from 26 higher education institutions across the United States recently named University Innovation Fellows by the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter). The University Innovation Fellows program empowers students to become agents of change at their schools.
Do you have an idea for an app, service or product that you want to explore? Get a chance to pitch the next big thing to top entrepreneurs and hear from the co-founder of one of the Internet’s most successful online marketplaces at the second annual Startup Weekend Las Cruces event Oct. 24 to 26 at New Mexico State University.
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.
NMSU’s College of Engineering welcomes Douglas Johnson, experienced leader and innovator, to the Verge Fund Lecture Series in Innovation, Ventures and Entrepreneurship.
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.