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CHME claims 7SEVEN7 Graduate School awards for the 2018-2019 Academic Year!

The Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering had one of it’s strongest outcomes in response to applications to the Graduate School for support in coming year, with seven separate awards.  Congratulations to the recipients and their supportive faculty members. Outstanding Graduate Assistantship awards Alireza Bandegi Wenjuan Bian Clarita Yosune Regalado Vera  Ryan Zowada The Merit-based…
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AICHE wins 4th straight American Cancer Society Relay for Life

The NMSU Chapter of AIChE took the victory at Relay for Life once more. The team raised just over $2200 (their second highest total over the four years of competition) for the American Cancer Society through endless bake sales, liquid nitrogen ice cream, “Pie Your Professor” days, social events, and online fundraising. All of the money…
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Gomez receives Lab Manager Safety Sentinel recognition

Joshua Gomez was recognized at the April 12, 2018 CHME Safety Meeting for his efforts to promote safety in the CHME research labs.  In his position as Assistant Lab Manager, Mr. Gomez has been vigilant in maintaining safe work conditions and establishing strong housekeeping among the CHME researchers.  

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Summer Jobs on the Metal Micromachining Team at Sandia National Labs

Dr. Rockstraw, Chris St. John, NMSU ChE 2009 here. I work with the Metal Micromachining Team at Sandia National Labs and we have a couple of summer openings for our labs. We primarily do electroplating, lithography, CMP, and other various electrochemistry techniques. We’re looking to do interviews in the next week, so if you have any interested…
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Optical Engineering Technologist with Rodin Scientific, LLC

Company Rodin Scientific, LLC, is a newly formed company with the specific and singular purpose of realizing heart failure management solutions. Rodin’s name is inspired by 19th century sculpture Auguste Rodin, who believed that astute observation can inform and ultimately transform. Rodin Scientific has adopted this philosophy to create powerfully disruptive technology, comprising a medical device…
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College of Engineering Peer Learning Facilitator application

Good Afternoon Department Heads, I am currently looking for Peer Learning Facilitators for the Fall semester. Students earn $10.50 an hour and must be a junior or senior with a 3.2 or above. Attached is the application and below is details. Thanks, Elizabeth

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Raytheon job opportunities

From Jennifer Ornelas (BSCHE 2016) – “We have an extreme shortage of Quality Engineers at Raytheon right now, our biggest problem is that we need potential candidates that already have security clearances since we have stopped allowing those that are waiting on them to start working until at least an interim has been granted due…
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AICHE Student Chapter participates in Regional in Salt Lake City

During the last weekend of spring break, 22 Chemical Engineering Majors traveled to Salt Lake City, Utah to attend the AIChE Rocky Mountain Regional Conference. We competed in CHME Jeopardy and the CHME Car competitions. We earned 3rd place in CHME Jeopardy, and 7th in the CHME Car competition, as well as being awarded the…
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Four CHME faculty receive OER mini-grants

The Office of Engineering Research (OER) convened a review panel consisting of four faculty. Each mini-grant application received three individual reviews and scores, composite scores were computed, and each application was discussed. In the final summary, CHME faculty were awarded the following (each a $10,000 award to be shared by the two collaborators): Dr. Foudazi and Dr….
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