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Dr. Foudazi featured in the Las Cruces Sun-News

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Jett Hall renovation tease photos

A peek behind the curtain…  While it’s unlikely the latest 4/10 completion date will be met, but the transformation continues to be worth the wait. Welcome to the (NMSU CHME Research) Machine ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]   

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Lucy Camacho (Ph D 2000) receives NSF funding as member of Texas A&M Kingston faculty

Lucy M. Camacho (Ph D 2000), Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Engineering at Texas A&M University at Kingston has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant of $70,000 to perform a study entitled, “EAGER-SUSCHEM: Rare Earth Metals Recovery from Geothermal Waters using Novel Electrodialysis Metathesis Process.” Dr. Camacho is in her third year as…
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Western Refining gift to benefit CHME

Western Refining gifted $50,000 to the NMSU College of Engineering.  Chemical & Materials Engineering will benefit as follows: $20,000 for upgrades to the unit operations laboratory (JH 193) $7,500 for the OXE Honor Society CHME Tutoring/Mentoring Program $5,000 for the AICHE Chem-E Car team competition The Department would like to thank the kind folks at WNR for helping…
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CHME works to save historical adobe structures

http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/2017/02/18/chemical-engineer-works-save-historical-adobe-structures/98058180/   

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Marina Lucero awarded “Live Your Dream” scholarship from Soroptimist

CHME freshman Marina Lucero was awarded a$1,000 Live Your Dream scholarship from Soroptimist, a global volunteer organization working to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment!  Mariana was selected as district winner from a pool of 26 applicants qualifies for the regional competition for an additional $5,000 scholarship. Marina is a 2006 graduate of…
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Jessica Miller selected to represent as 2017 Outstanding CHME Graduate

Jessica Miller has been selected by the CHME faculty to represent the department as nominee for Spring 2017 Outstanding College of Engineering Graduate.  There were five nominees in total that also included Cody Cockreham, Lupita Marquez, Alexandra Valdez, Daniel White.  All five nominees received votes from the faculty.   Jessica hold a 3.96/4.0 GPA and has been active in all…
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Jett Hall “Art” revealed

In 1986, the New Mexico Legislature passed and the Governor signed into law the Art in Public Places Act (Sections 13-4A-1 through 13-4A-11 NMSA 1978, as amended). This legislation declares it to be “a policy of the State that a portion of appropriations for capital expenditures be set aside for the acquisition or commissioning of…
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Jett Hall renovation completion delayed again

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Jett Hall Walk Thru – Friday, January 13, 2017

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