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Writer: Kristen Sullivan Twenty-one engineering students from New Mexico State University participated in a recent Aggie Innovation Design Challenge sponsored by Intel Corp. The innovation challenge concept was designed by the Engineering New Mexico Resource Network in the College of Engineering in collaboration with corporate partners to jump-start student engagement in innovative applications of engineering concepts….
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Students from Las Cruces qualified for the Intel International Science Fair to be held May 11-16 in Los Angeles, Calif.
At the American Society of Civil Engineers Regional Conference in Fort Collins, Col., the New Mexico State University College of Engineering Concrete canoe Team placed second following first place Utah State earlier this month.
Nineteen teams from across the country and around the world will compete in the 2014 WERC Environmental Design Contest April 6-9. Teams will demonstrate their environmental solutions to real-world problems on Tuesday, April 6 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum. The event is free and all are welcomed to attend.
In celebration of National Engineering Week, the College of Engineering has partnered with Sandia National Laboratories to host the first Aggie Engineering Design Challenge.
The Institute for Energy and the Environment at New Mexico State University has announced a new program to extend three students’ participation in the IEE/WERC 23rd Annual International Environmental Design Contest, which was held at NMSU in April.
New Mexico State University’s student chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers finished second at the ASCE Rocky Mountain Student Conference where its concrete canoe competed against canoes of 11 other universities.
After competing for the first time in the Camino Real Venture Competition, New Mexico State University’s team placed third, tying with the team from University of New Mexico.
After participating in the Associated Schools of Construction competition, NMSU’s Associated General Contractors said they are unsure of where they placed, but were confident they had finished fifth out of a total of 15 teams.