NMSU Engineering selected to take part in NSF Pathways to Innovation program

New Mexico State University is one of 12 universities from across the country selected to take part in the National Science Foundation’s first cohort of the Pathways to Innovation program.By Emilee Cantrell Led by the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter), the Pathways to Innovation program was created to help universities incorporate entrepreneurship…
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University Innovation Fellow brings 3DS to New Mexico State University

By Kristen Sullivan Mauricio Garcia (Courtesy photo) Mauricio Garcia, an industrial engineering student recently named University Innovation Fellow, brought 3-Day Startup (3DS) to New Mexico State University, April 13, 15, 17 and 19. 3DS is a series of four, 90-minute sessions over the span of one week. The purpose of the online workshops is to…
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NMSU students work to spark innovation, shape new future

An undercurrent of student support is creating huge ripples across the American landscape, reshaping daily notions of innovation and entrepreneurship.  Read more about the wonderful work being done at NMSU!                              

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Halliburton Foundation teams with NMSU engineering faculty to foster innovation

By Emilee Cantrell Engineering students are trained to solve real-world problems. With a growing global demand for innovation in all realms of life, faculty in the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University incorporates innovation in their curriculum and challenging students to think about consumer needs and product development. Through a $10,000 grant from…
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iOS App Development

Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Phillip DeLeon will lead a workshop on the development of iOS apps. Attendees must have a Macintosh laptop, however iPhone/iPad/iPodTouch devices are not needed. Participants will need to download and install Xcode from the Apple AppStore before the workshop. Workshop will be held on Feb. 6, 2015 from 2-4pm. Register…
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MIT Lincoln Labs Radar Challenge

This workshop will introduce engineering students to the fundamentals of radar and provide a unique opportunity to view everyday objects “through the eyes” of a radar.  No experience is necessary, but it helps if you’re interested in any of the following: electronics, physics, electromagnetics, or signal processing. Throughout the morning, a series of presentations will…
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Three students win first-ever Aggie Engineering Design Challenge

By Kristen Sullivan Article written: Feb.15, 2014 Out of 11 students, a team of three won the challenge. The winners are Yifei Liu, an electrical engineering student, Chris Galvan, an engineering physics student and Alejandro Baca, an information engineering technology student. Students received awards provided by Sandia National Laboratories.In celebration of National Engineering Week, the…
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NMSU College of Engineering officially opens Aggie Innovation Space

By Emilee Cantrell Carruthers, Jacquez and Rashap signed a Memorandum of Understanding at the official grand opening of the Aggie Innovation Space in the Ed and Harold Foreman Engineering Complex.New Mexico State University President Garrey Carruthers, College of Engineering Dean Ricardo B. Jacquez and Intel New Mexico Corporate Services Site Manager Brian Rashap met at…
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