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Writer: Emily C. Kelley New Mexico State University’s Engineering Without Boundaries group will hold a banquet Saturday, March 8, to raise funds for their summer 2014 service trip to Queretaro, Mexico. The public is invited to attend. Engineering Without Boundaries, formerly know as Engineers Without Borders, conducts local and international service projects each year. The…
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The National Society of Black Engineers is reestablishing itself as an active student organization within the university community at New Mexico State University. The rekindling of the group happens to coincide with Black History Month.
The student organization Engineers Without Borders is living up to its name. After being denied travel arrangements to Mexico this year, EWBNMSU is not being hindered and has already started community projects on the north side of the border.
Engineering students, faculty and professionals at New Mexico State University now have the chance to use their skills to change the world through a newly established chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) on campus.
New Mexico State University’s Gamma Chi chapter of Eta Kappa Nu, a national electrical and computer engineering honor society, has been awarded the Outstanding Chapter Award for 2006-2007.
Eric Rodriguez, president of the New Mexico State University Student Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), was recently honored by the national organization for his past leadership in SHPE.