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University Announcements

Flags On Display at Fidel Center:

  • Colombia, Iran, Armenia, Russia, Ukraine and Kenya (July 13-19).
  • Egypt, Belgium, Italy, Jamaica, Jordan and Nepal (July 20-26).

New Mexico Tech in the news and on the Web:

  • Tech graduate Sherri Bingert recently was named a fellow and received the Award of Merit from the ASTM International. Bingert earned her bachelor's at Tech in materials engineering in 1987, then earned a master's from Colorado School of Mines. She has been an active member of ASTM since 1995. She has spent her career at Los Alamos National Laboratories, where she is currently on her second assignment with the DoE's National Nuclear Security Administration. For the full article, click here.  

  • The Clovis Journal reported that the city has submitted water samples for testing at Tech. Read the article here.

  • Albuquerque Business First reported on a new game developers guild in Albuquerque, which is lead by Tech graduate Ian Burch, who received his master's in math in 2014. The group meets Tuesdays downtown.  For the full article, click here.  

  • TapIntoSparta, an online news site in Sparta, N.J., published an article about Dr. Theresa Hermel-Davidock, a 1997 Tech graduate in mathematics. Hermel-Davidock presented a STEM discussion with high school students recently. She is the senior technology manager of advanced material research with Becton, Dickenson and Co. Hermel-Davidock earned her Ph.D. at the University of Minnesota in materials engineering. For the full article, click here

Items of interest: 

  • Did you know? New Mexico Tech sends surplus inventory to Bentley's Auction every month. The company auctions New Mexico Tech inventory on the second Friday of every month. Auctions start at 8:30 a.m. at 4900 Pan American Freeway NE, Albuquerque. Buyers can bid on items in person, on-line or by phone. The website is www.bentleysauction.com or auctionsouthwest.com. Bentley's phone number is (505) 344-1812

  • What can you do with your empty printer and copier ink cartridges, and the cell phones you're no longer using? Put them in a collection box for the Rotary Club of Socorro. This project is partly community service, to keep the cartridges and phones out of the landfill, and partly an effort to raise funds for Rotary's local, national, and international projects. You will find collection boxes on campus in the Fidel Center, Human Resources, NRAO, MRO, and the Bureau of Geology. You will also see them at various locations around Socorro. Rotary thanks you for your help!

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