Monthly Archives: March 2019

Stoltzfus named Outstanding Graduating Senior in CHME

Congratulations to David Stoltzfus, who was named Outstanding Graduating Senior in CHME.   David Stoltzfus has achieved a 3.993 GPA in his time at NMSU while studding Chemical Engineering and taking all of the prerequisites for medical school. He has maintained qualifications for the New Mexico Lottery Scholarship and the Honors Excel Scholarship since his…
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GMiS Scholarship and a trip to Florida

GMiS Scholarship Portal One Week Remaining! Don’t Procrastinate Secure Letters of Recommendation and Transcripts – Update Your Resume – Proofread Your Essays Deadline: Monday, April 1, 2019, 11:59 PM PST The GMiS merit-based scholarships range from $500 – $10,000.  Applicants must demonstrate merit through academic achievements, leadership and campus/community activities.  Scholarship recipients will have the opportunity…
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Analytical Methods for Measurement of Uranium and Radium in Phytoremediation Studies

Description: Northwestern New Mexico is home to hundreds of uranium mines that are no longer in operation. At many of these sites, groundwater and soil are contaminated with uranium and uranium radioactive decay products that can pose chemical toxicity and radiation exposure hazards. Phytoremediation, the use of plants to concentrate and remove contaminants, is one…
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Comparison of Hops and Hemp for Value-Added Agriculture in New Mexico

Description: Hops (Humulus lupulus) and hemp (Cannabis sativa) are both members of the family Cannabaceae, flowering plants often used for their secondary metabolites, especially terpenes. Both have potential to be economically important in New Mexico, in particular the development of new and unique varieties of hops for brewing, and for production of fiber, oils, seed…
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Protected: spring cleaning

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Known Fall 2019 class schedule issues

The following are known and will be fixed: CHME 412 and I E 365 conflict.  I E 365 will be moved to TTH 12:00 – 13:15. The time slots for CHME 423L and CHME 323L will be switched. CHME 452L should only be on M.   CHME 352L should not be offered until spring. CHME 392…
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BHP Internship Opportunity

I am attaching a flyer for an internship at Ambrosia Lake. We are working with Navajo Nation on STEM outreach and also this internship. The internship is Navajo preference, so if you know of any Navajo students (engineering, env. science, geology) looking for summer work please forward them this information and urge them to apply….
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Fermentation Technician

My name is Emily Westermeier the recruiting manager for Trait Biosciences. Ivette Guzman suggested we reach out about your company and one of our current hiring needs as she thought there may be some students on the fermentation track who would be interested in this role.  We’re a biotechnology research company using innovative science and…
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