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New Mexico State University College of Engineering faculty and staff attended a recognition ceremony for faculty who were promoted.
Sonya Cooper, associate dean of the New Mexico State University College of Engineering and professor of engineering technology and surveying engineering, will speak about adobe preservation projects, materials and maintenance of adobe on Thurs., April 10, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Steven Frank, professor of surveying engineering at New Mexico State University, hosted a delegation of Russian visitors to the College of Engineering this past weekend.
Are you a high school student who is good at math, loves computers and loves being outside? Would you like to be almost guaranteed employment upon graduation from college? If you answered yes to these questions, studying surveying engineering might be right for you – and New Mexico State University has the program from you.
Dust storms have long plagued the desert southwest and while they may be annoying, they can also be extremely dangerous — deadly even — for motorists. The New Mexico Department of Transportation District One office contracted with the Department of Engineering Technology and Surveying at New Mexico State University to find and deploy an automated system that will notify motorists of limited visibility conditions and direct them how to respond during the storms.
The Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost at New Mexico State University recently announced 26 faculty members have achieved tenure and 62 were promoted for the 2011-2012 school year.
Elena Fernandez, of the Department of Engineering Technology and Surveying Engineering, has received a 2009 APEX Award for Publication Excellence.
Students in NMSU’s engineering technology and surveying engineering (ETSE) department are designing and building a solar bus sign that will be used by the Aggie Transit to display bus schedules and other messages.