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James M. Chavez has been promoted by Sandia National Laboratories to vice president of the energy, nonproliferation and high-consequence security division and Sandia’s international, homeland and nuclear security program management unit.
On Saturday, Feb. 15, a student design challenge will be held in the Aggie Innovation Space, located in New Mexico State University’s Ed and Harold Foreman Engineering Complex.
Benjamin Davenport ’01 can’t go into too much detail, but he is the keeper of a crimson NMSU baseball cap that has, at last count, been photographed in 28 countries across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America.
The New Mexico State University College of Engineering has received $20,000 from Lockheed Martin, the operating contractor for Sandia National Laboratories as part of an extensive Memorandum of Understanding forged between the two institutions earlier this year. The gift will be used to support STEM education programs sponsored by the College of Engineering.
New Mexico State University engineering student Joshua Hill has been awarded a $40,000 fellowship at Sandia National Laboratories.
The New Mexico State University College of Engineering and Sandia National Laboratories will continue to focus on increased inter-institutional research and collaboration opportunities for the next five years.
New Mexico State University electrical engineering alumnus Stan Atcitty has been named by President Obama as one of 96 recipients of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. This award is the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government on outstanding scientists and engineers who are early in their independent research careers.