Tag Archives: STEM

Elementary student inspired to create his own prosthetic hand

Every Tuesday, a third-grade class at Sonoma Elementary holds a “Genius Hour,” which presents a question to classroom and allows students to research subjects they are passionate about.

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Robotics teams compete at regional competition

Six teams from across New Mexico and Cave Creek, Arizona traveled to the University of Dallas in Garland, Texas, to compete in the Texas BEST Regional Competition, Nov. 14-15.

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New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation program impacts students, state

Since 1993 New Mexico State University has helped change the lives of students in the state through the New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation.

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Robotics competition sends seven teams to regional competition

More than 600 students from across New Mexico, El Paso and Cave Creek, Arizona, gathered this past weekend at NMSU for the 2014 NM BEST Robotics Competition. Seven top-scoring teams will advance to the regional competition to be hosted by the University of Dallas in Garland, Texas, on Nov. 14-15.

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Engineering associate dean selected for prestigious award

Patricia A. Sullivan, associate dean for outreach and public service in the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University was awarded the Outstanding MAEStro during the annual MAES Bravo Awards in San Diego, California.

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Commitment to Education and Research Earn Recognition for Young Engineer

Dr. Nadir Yilmaz, received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in mechanical engineering from Istanbul Technical University (1999), Bradley University (2001) and New mexico state University (2005), respectively.

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Chemical engineering professor visits with Senator Martin Heinrich

Senator Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., tries his hands on the controls of nanomanipulator at the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT) Core Facility during a recent tour, coached by Assistant Professor Julio Martinez of the New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering.

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Local students complete pre-engineering program at NMSU

Nearly 160 middle- and high-school students completed Pre-freshman Engineering Program camps offered by the New Mexico State University College of Engineering, June 13 after two weeks of hands-on and engineering projects.

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Las Cruces students qualify for International Science Fair

Students from Las Cruces qualified for the Intel International Science Fair to be held May 11-16 in Los Angeles, Calif.

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Four New Mexico teams advance to World Championship in VEX robotics competition

Four New Mexico teams will be advancing to the VEX World Championships in Anaheim, CA after winning the state championship on Saturday, Feb. 15 at New Mexico State University.

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