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Fred Phillips Receives GSA's Kirk Bryan Award, Dec. 19, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Dec. 19, 2005 – New Mexico Tech hydrology professor Fred M. Phillips recently was named the co-recipient of the Geological Society of America’s (GSA) 2005 ...

Texas Explosives Company to Use EMRTC Testing Facility, Dec. 9, 2005

by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M., Dec. 9, 2005 — Nanotechnologies Inc., an Austin-based explosives company, is spinning off a sister company, Nanoenergetics Inc., which will use the Energetic Mat...

NM Tech's PRRC Uses Nanotechnology to Monitor Gases, Dec. 6, 2005

by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M., Dec. 6, 2006 — New Mexico Tech researchers Hai Xiao, assistant professor of electrical engineering, and Junhang Dong, assistant professor of chemical engineering...

Hispanic Outlook Magazine Lists NM Tech as a Publisher's Pick, Dec. 1, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Dec. 1, 2005 – The latest edition of Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine has listed New Mexico Tech among its 2005 “Publisher’s Picks List,...

New Mexico Tech Student Dies in Motorcycle Accident, Nov. 15, 2005

New Mexico Tech Student Dies in Motorcycle Accident, Nov. 15, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Nov. 15, 2005 – New Mexico Tech sophomore Alex T. Randolph died Monday evening, November 14, of injuries sustained when the motorcycle he was driving collided ...

Elias Hernandez Named Affirmative Action Director at NM Tech, Nov. 30, 2005

Elias Hernandez Named Affirmative Action Director at NM Tech, Nov. 30, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Nov. 30, 2005 – Elias M. Hernandez has been named director of New Mexico Tech’s Office for Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action. Hernandez br...

NM Tech Grad Student Studies Water Decontamination Process, Nov. 22, 2005

by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M., Nov. 22, 2005 —New Mexico Tech graduate student Craig Altare recently presented his research findings concerning the removal of organic contaminants from produce...

NM Tech professor garners DOE research grant, Nov. 21, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Nov. 21, 2005 – New Mexico Tech mechanical engineering professor Sayavur Bakhtiyarov is the latest researcher at the state-supported research university to be aw...

Lopez is SHPE Guest Speaker, Nov. 15, 2005

Lopez is SHPE Guest Speaker, Nov. 15, 2005

GUEST LECTURER . . . New Mexico Tech President Daniel H. López was the featured guest lecturer at a recent meeting of the university's student chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional E...

Broadband Instruction:  Distance Education at New Mexico Tech, Nov. 11, 2005

Broadband Instruction: Distance Education at New Mexico Tech, Nov. 11, 2005

by Valerie Kimble Right: Dr. Warren Ostergren SOCORRO, N.M., Nov. 11, 2005 – A student walks into a classroom in Albuquerque, and is greeted by the course professor in an entirely separate cl...

NM Tech undergrad takes second at AMP research competition, Nov. 11, 2005

by George Zamora LAS CRUCES, Nov. 11, 2005 – New Mexico Tech student researcher Henry Jauregui earned second place in the oral presentation competition at the New Mexico Alliance for Minority P...

NM Tech Students Help Study Questa Mine, Nov. 8, 2005

NM Tech Students Help Study Questa Mine, Nov. 8, 2005

Right: Students split drill cuttings with a soil splitter as part of the Questa Mine rock pile study. by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M., Nov. 8, 2005 — For the past two years, New Mexico Tech u...

NM Tech Grad Student Wins Best Poster Award at SLICE, Nov. 9, 2005

NM Tech Grad Student Wins Best Poster Award at SLICE, Nov. 9, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Nov. 9, 2005 – New Mexico Tech doctoral candidate Marty D. Frisbee recently garnered the best poster award at the 1st Slope Intercomparison Experiment (SLICE) ...

NMT's PRRC Receives DoE Research Grant, Nov. 4, 2005

by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M., Nov. 1, 2005 — New Mexico Tech’s Petroleum Recovery Research Center (PRRC) was recently awarded a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) research grant to assist ...

New Mexico Tech and Missouri State sign teaming agreement, Nov. 1, 2005

New Mexico Tech and Missouri State sign teaming agreement, Nov. 1, 2005

by George Zamora Right: NM Tech President Daniel H. López (left) and Missouri State President Michael T. Nietzel share a light moment during the recent signing of the teaming agreement. SPRINGFIEL...

Minor earthquake felt near Socorro, Oct. 31, 2005

Minor earthquake felt near Socorro, Oct. 31, 2005

by George Zamora Geophysics students Kyle Jones, Jana Stankova, Tara Mayeau, and John Morton take a break between shattering blasts of Socorro earthquakes. The student team coordinated much of the ...

N. M. Tech Professor Awarded Prestigious Scientific Award, Oct. 27, 2005

N. M. Tech Professor Awarded Prestigious Scientific Award, Oct. 27, 2005

by Valerie Kimble SOCORRO, N.M., Oct. 27, 2005 – Dr. Donald Weinkauf, a New Mexico Tech chemical engineering professor, has been named as one of seven Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award winn...

French school teachers come to Tech to study Rio Grande Rift, Oct. 20, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Oct. 20, 2005 – A contingent of teachers from French schools from throughout the United States and Canada recently traveled to the New Mexico Tech campus in Soco...

Socorro Hamfest Marks 75 Years of Local Ham Radio, Oct. 20, 2005

Contact: Dave Finley (505) 835-7302 dfinley@nrao.edu SOCORRO, N.M., Oct. 20, 2005 -- Socorro's amateur radio operators will celebrate the 75th anniversary of ham radio in Socorro as they host elec...

NM Tech Undergrad To Assist with Field Study in Antarctica, Oct. 18, 2005

by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M., Oct. 18, 2005 — New Mexico Tech undergrad Kyle Jones will soon be packing his luggage with some of his warmest clothes, since he will be assisting Tech geology p...

NMT geoscientists present research at GSA annual meeting, Oct. 14, 2005

by George Zamora SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 18, 2005 – Several New Mexico Tech geoscientists are in Salt Lake City, Utah, presenting talks and posters about their current research at the 117th annual...

Student-Painted Mural Graces NM Tech Campus Observatory, Oct. 3, 2005

Student-Painted Mural Graces NM Tech Campus Observatory, Oct. 3, 2005

Right: Julie Heffernan with ECO mural. Click on image for bigger image. by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Oct. 3, 2005 – A student-painted mural that is now gracing the front of the newest bu...

NM Tech to Install New Hot Water System, Oct. 9, 2005

by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M., Oct. 4, 2005 — The New Mexico Tech Facilities Management Department (FMD) has announced that the Phase I preliminary installation of a new hot water system for t...

NMT Student Dies in Roll-Over Car Accident, Oct. 3, 2005

NMT Student Dies in Roll-Over Car Accident, Oct. 3, 2005

by George Zamora (Right: Robert Jones) Article on Robert Jones in Valencia County News-Bulletin SOCORRO, N.M., Oct. 3, 2005 – New Mexico Tech sophomore Robert Jones died Saturday morning, ...

NM Tech President Lopez Named Again as NM Power Broker, Oct. 5, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Oct. 5, 2005 – New Mexico Tech President Daniel H. López has been named again as one of the state’s top “power brokers” by New Mexico Business ...

Nobel Laureate Visits, Oct. 3, 2005

Nobel Laureate Visits, Oct. 3, 2005

SOCORRO, N.M., Oct. 3, 2005 – Nobel Laureate F. Sherwood Rowland of the University of California at Irvine recently paid a daylong visit to the New Mexico Tech campus, first attending a lunche...

NM Tech Children's Center Endowment Fund off to Great Start, Sept. 27, 2005

NM Tech Children's Center Endowment Fund off to Great Start, Sept. 27, 2005

by George Zamora (Right: Are we having fun yet? Children and teachers from the New Mexico Tech Children’s Center look on as the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) makes a $10,000 don...

New Mexico Tech Professor Publishes Book on Jewish Struggle, Sept. 23, 2005

by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M., Sept. 23, 2005 -- New Mexico Tech history professor Alexander Prusin recently had his book, Nationalizing a Borderland: War, Ethnicity, and Anti-Jewish Violence in Eas...

Tech Grad Student Garners Best Poster Award at LANL Meeting, Sept. 23, 2005

Tech Grad Student Garners Best Poster Award at LANL Meeting, Sept. 23, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Sept., 23, 2005 – New Mexico Tech graduate student Yang Lu garnered the top award for “best student poster” at the Los Alamos Neutron Science Cente...

NMT Welcomes Fulbright Scholar, Sept. 15, 2005

by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M., Sept. 15, 2005 — New Mexico Tech recently welcomed Eric Plum, a Fulbright Scholar from Bad Muenstereifel, Germany, to the state-supported research university i...

Taber of PRRC Granted New Patent, Sept. 19, 2005

by Liz Bustamante SOCORRO, N.M., September 2005 -- The appearance of US Patent Number 6,905,504 on June 14, 2005, “Method of Converting Feed Water to Fresh Water,” marked a special occasi...

Humanities Department Holds Picnic, Sept. 15, 2005

by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M., Sept. 15, 2005—The New Mexico Tech Department of Humanities recently hosted its annual picnic for students, faculty, and staff at the park area known as La Raj o...

New Mexico Tech Professor Compiles Book on Dalton's Poetry, Sept. 14, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Sept. 14, 2005 – Rafael Lara-Martinez, foreign languages professor at New Mexico Tech, is the compiler and editor of a recently published collection of poetry by...

New Mexico Tech Women's Resource Center Hosts Luncheon, Sept. 13, 2005

by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M., Sept. 13, 2005 —The New Mexico Tech Women’s Resource Center recently hosted its fifth free lunch for women at the science and research university in Socorr...

New Mexico Tech Implements First-Year Computer Boot Camp, Aug. 30, 2005

New Mexico Tech Implements First-Year Computer Boot Camp, Aug. 30, 2005

by Dr. Mike Topliff, 505.835.5735 SOCORRO, N.M., Aug. 29, 2005 – New Mexico Tech has initiated a new “Computer Boot Camp” program for entering freshmen this fall semester that may...

New Mexico Tech Math Faculty and Students Attend MathFest, Aug. 12, 2005

by George Zamora ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Aug. 12, 2005 – Several faculty and students from the New Mexico Tech Department of Mathematics recently gave technical presentations on their current resear...

New Mexico Tech Named One of Princeton Review's Best Colleges, Aug. 23, 2005

New Mexico Tech Named One of Princeton Review's Best Colleges, Aug. 23, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Aug. 23, 2005 – New Mexico Tech is one of the nation’s best institutions for an undergraduate education, according to the recently published 2006 edition...

U.S News & World Report Ranks New Mexico Tech, Aug. 23, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Aug. 23, 2005 – New Mexico Tech has again been included among the 64 universities that make up the third tier grouping in the “Best National Universities&r...

N M Tech Geochem Professor Presents Mantle Plume Research, Aug. 12, 2005

by George Zamora CALGARY, CANADA, Aug. 12, 2005 – New Mexico Tech geochemistry professor Kent Condie recently gave a technical presentation on a global mantle plume event he is currently studyi...

NM Tech's Skeen Library Hosts Lecture and Exhibit Series, July 5, 2005

by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M. -- Teddy Draper, a World War II (WWII) Navajo Code Talker is scheduled to speak on Saturday, August 20, at 2 p.m. at New Mexico Tech's Joseph R. Skeen Library Tripp Con...

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by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M., Aug. 5, 2005 — New Mexico Tech has chosen four artists’ public art works as finalists for consideration for placement in the university’s soon-to-be ...

NMT Signs Agreement with Honors Center of Italian Universities, May 12, 2005

by Enrique R. Vivoni, assistant professor of hydrology ROME, ITALY, May 12, 2005 – In a recent visit to Rome, New Mexico Tech President Dr. Daniel López signed an agreement with the Honors Cent...

New Mexico Tech Revises Strategic Agreement with SAIC, May 6, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., May 6, 2005 – Top officials from New Mexico Tech and Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) recently signed off on a revision and extension of a s...

Phillips Chosen For Award, Aug. 8, 2005

Congratulations to Dr. Fred Phillips, Professor of Hydrology, for being selected as one of two 2005 recipients of the Kirk Bryan Award for Excellence by the Geological Society of America. The award is...

New Mexico Tech Names New VP of Student-University Relations, Aug. 4,2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Aug. 4, 2005 – Ricardo Maestas recently was named vice president for student and university relations at New Mexico Tech. Prior to assuming his new position, he ...

CSI:  Socorro, July 29, 2005

CSI: Socorro, July 29, 2005

CSI: SOCORRO . . .. High school students enrolled at New Mexico Tech this summer in the university's "CSI: Socorro" Mini Course comb through a staged "crime scene," involving a vi...

NM Tech Distance Education Program Implements New Software, July 15, 2005

NM Tech Distance Education Program Implements New Software, July 15, 2005

by Shawna Carter Right: A satisfied Distance Ed customer SOCORRO, N.M., July 15 — The New Mexico Tech Distance Education program recently purchased and implemented a new software program cal...

CRONUS-Earth Project Seeks To Improve Accuracy of Geo-Dating, July 14, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., July 14, 2005 – A New Mexico Tech geoscientist who developed an accurate method of dating geological landforms by measuring localized accumulations of radioactiv...

N M Tech Professors Co-Author Chapters in Rio Chagres Book, July 13, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., July 13, 2005 – A hydrologist and geologist at New Mexico Tech are co-authors of several chapters included in a newly published book that focuses on one of the m...

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by Kathy Hedges SOCORRO – Think it’s hot in Socorro? Try Mercury! Dr. Louise Prockter, a scientist on the NASA team that is sending a probe to the planet Mercury, speaks on "The MES...

Taber Honored for Patent, July 6, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., July 6, 2005 – Joseph J. Taber, director emeritus of New Mexico Tech’s Petroleum Recovery Research Center (PRRC), recently was honored at an afternoon get-...

The Amazing Randi to Speak, July 6, 2005

The Amazing Randi to Speak, July 6, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., July 6, 2005 – “The Amazing Randi,” world-famous magician, escape artist, author, and most recently, debunker of pseudo-sciences, will be the featu...

Socorro Student Achieves Perfect Score on National ACT Exam, July 6, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., July 6, 2005 – David DeVries, a Socorro student who is concurrently enrolled at both Socorro High School and New Mexico Tech, was the only college-bound student ...

Cramer Hall Renovation in Works, June 13, 2005

Cramer Hall Renovation in Works, June 13, 2005

by Kathleen Hedges Right: Conceptual drawing of the future Cramer Hall. This drawing was made before a revision that added another wing to the north side. SOCORRO, N.M., June 13, 2005– Crame...

NMT Receives $2.3 Million Contract, June 7, 2005

N.M. Tech To Begin Next Phase of Carbon Storing Project with $2.3 Million Grant Award   WASHINGTON, D. C., June 7, 2005– U.S. Senator Pete Domenici announced that the New Mexico Institute...

NM Tech Grad Student To Attend Nobel Laureates Convention, May 27, 2005

NM Tech Grad Student To Attend Nobel Laureates Convention, May 27, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., May 27, 2005 — New Mexico Tech astrophysics graduate student Mala Mateen recently was invited by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the National Science Fou...

NM Tech President Lopez Receives Spirit of Achievement Award, May 4, 2005

  by George Zamora ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., May 4, 2005 – New Mexico Tech President Daniel H. López was honored at a recent fund-raising dinner and awards ceremony in Albuquerque by being named...

Student Appreciation Awards 2005, May 3, 2005

Student Appreciation Awards 2005, May 3, 2005

SOCORRO, N.M., May 3, 2005 -- Five New Mexico Tech students and one student organization were honored this past weekend as recipients of the New Mexico Tech Student Appreciation Awards, in recognitio...

Bureau to Host Decision-Makers Field Conference, May 3, 2005

SOCORRO, N.M. -- On May 17-19, 2005 the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources will conduct its fourth Decision-Makers Field Conference, in cooperation with New Mexico’s Energy, Mine...

Tech Team Successfully Participates in Math Modeling Contest, April 29, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., May 21, 2005 – A mathematical modeling team comprised of New Mexico Tech undergraduates Jeremiah Gage, T.J. McCormack, and Aaron Wilson recently was awarded a ...

2005 New Mexico Science and Engineering Fair, April 9, 2005

by Kathleen Hedges SOCORRO, N.M., April 9, 2005 – Students from Albuquerque, Los Lunas, and Las Cruces were named top winners at the 53rd Annual New Mexico Science and Engineering Fair. Six se...

Regents Approve Roofing Contract, March 23, 2005

(George Zamora) SOCORRO – The New Mexico Tech Board of Regents was briefed yesterday afternoon on the highlights of the recently concluded session of the New Mexico State Legislature, with part...

Fund Named for Saracini, March 23, 2005

Fund Named for Saracini, March 23, 2005

By George Zamora   SOCORRO – A memorial scholarship fund in honor of the late Victor J. Saracini has been established at New Mexico Tech in Socorro. Saracini, a 1976 graduate of New Mexic...

Lopez a Guest at 2005 Spirit of Achievement Award Dinner, March 23, 2005

CONTACT: Kieran Nelson 800-423-8891, ext. 1897 nelsonk@njc.org Dr. Daniel H. López, president of New Mexico Tech, will be honored along with Congresswoman Heather Wilson, at the 2005 New Mexico Sp...

N M Tech Buildings Evacuated as Result of Chemical Spill, March 22, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, March 21, 2005 – Seven campus buildings at New Mexico Tech were evacuated Monday evening, March 21, as a result of an accidental chemical spill inside of the research ...

N M Tech Robotics Researcher Jose Guilberto Found Dead, March 18, 2005

 SOCORRO, N.M., March 18, 2005 – José Guilberto, a robotics researcher at New Mexico Tech’s Intelligent Systems and Robotics Group, was found dead on Wednesday, March 16, in his Socor...

Geophysicist at NM Bureau of Geology Has Research Published, March 17, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., March 17, 2005 – Marshall Reiter, principal senior geophysicist at the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources (NMBGMR), is the author of two recently...

New Mexico Tech Geophysicist Named Distinguished Lecturer, March 11, 2005

New Mexico Tech Geophysicist Named Distinguished Lecturer, March 11, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., March 11, 2005 – Harold J. Tobin, associate professor of geophysics and research geophysicist at New Mexico Tech, recently was named a 2005-2006 Joint Oceanogr...

Audubon Masterpiece at  NM Tech Made More User-Friendly, March 9, 2005

Audubon Masterpiece at NM Tech Made More User-Friendly, March 9, 2005

Caption: Facing pages in Audubon’s Birds of America (Audubon Society Baby Folio Edition) in the reading room at NM Tech’s Joseph R. Skeen Library depict the Sandhill Crane and the Whoopin...

Albuquerque Academy Intelletes Win State Science Olympiad, Feb. 28, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Feb. 26, 2005 – Two teams from the Albuquerque Academy took home an abundance of Olympic-style medals and once again won top honors in both the high school and m...

The Rio Grande Rift:  A Continent "Stretched Like Taffy", Feb. 23, 2005

The Rio Grande Rift: A Continent "Stretched Like Taffy", Feb. 23, 2005

Right: Conceptual view of the magma body beneath Socorro. by Karl Hill, NMSU NMSU CONTACTS: Karl Hill, University Communications, (505) 646-1885, khill@nmsu.edu; Dr. James Ni, Physics, (505) 646-1...

NMT Participants in Mt. Taylor Quadrathlon, Feb. 23, 2005

NMT Participants in Mt. Taylor Quadrathlon, Feb. 23, 2005

Congratulations to the intrepid New Mexico Tech faculty members who participated in the Mt. Taylor Quadrathlon on Feb. 19, 2005. Left to right are Bill Rison, Ron Thomas, Paul Krehbiel, Tim Hankins,...

New Mexico's Top "Intelletes" Vie for Science Olympiad Gold, Feb. 21, 2005

New Mexico's Top "Intelletes" Vie for Science Olympiad Gold, Feb. 21, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., February 21, 2005 – More than 800 student “intelletes” representing 25 middle schools and 25 high schools from throughout the state will tax their ...

LANL Announces Scholarship to Summer Science Program at NMT, Feb. 21, 2005

Los Alamos National Laboratory has announced that it will make full scholarships available to New Mexico high school students who wish to attend the Summer Science Program at New Mexico Tech. For ful...

NMT Doctoral Candidate Wins Costa Rica's Top Science Award, Feb. 14, 2005

NMT Doctoral Candidate Wins Costa Rica's Top Science Award, Feb. 14, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., February 14, 2005 – Esteban Araya, a doctoral candidate in the astrophysics program at New Mexico Tech, has been named this year’s recipient of his nativ...

N M Tech Professors Are Authors of Newly Published Books, Feb. 14, 2005

N M Tech Professors Are Authors of Newly Published Books, Feb. 14, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., February 14, 2005 – Three New Mexico Tech professors are the authors of two graduate-level textbooks which were recently published by Elsevier, an internationa...

New Mexico Tech Awarded "Best Collegiate Blood Drive", Feb. 9, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Feb. 9, 2005 – United Blood Services of New Mexico recently announced that New Mexico Tech is this year’s recipient of the regional blood service organizat...

Geochronology Lab Dates 4.5 Million-Year-Old Hominid Fossils, Feb. 7, 2005

Geochronology Lab Dates 4.5 Million-Year-Old Hominid Fossils, Feb. 7, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Feb. 7, 2005 – A recent article published in the prestigious science journal Nature that reports on new Early Pliocene hominid discoveries in Gona, Ethiopia, h...

Michaella Gorospe Appointed Student Regent at N. M. Tech, Feb. 7, 2005

Michaella Gorospe Appointed Student Regent at N. M. Tech, Feb. 7, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, Feb . 7, 2005 – Michaella J. Gorospe, a junior majoring in environmental engineering at New Mexico Tech, recently was appointed by Governor Bill Richardson to fill t...

C. B. Moore Elected AGU Fellow, Feb. 7, 2005

C. B. Moore Elected AGU Fellow, Feb. 7, 2005

by George Zamora SOCORRO, N.M., Feb. 7, 2005 – Charles B. “Charlie” Moore, a professor emeritus of atmospheric physics at New Mexico Tech, has been elected as a Fellow of the Amer...

NM Tech and NM State Sign Agreement on Playas Facility, Jan 27, 2005

NM Tech and NM State Sign Agreement on Playas Facility, Jan 27, 2005

by Jack Swickard, 505.317.1077 Right: Dr. Daniel Lopez (left), president of New Mexico Tech, and Dr. Michael Martin, president of New Mexico State University, signing the Memorandum of Agreement at...

New Mexico Earth Science Achievement Awards Announced, Jan. 17, 2005

SOCORRO – On January 28, 2005, the New Mexico Earth Science Achievement Awards will be presented to State Senator Carlos R. Cisneros (District 6) and to Dr. John W. Hawley of Albuquerque. These...

ILEA-Roswell Groundbreaking Held, Jan. 17, 2005

CONTACT: Shaye O'Donnell 202-224-7073 ROSWELL, N.M., Jan. 15, 2005 – U.S. Senator Pete Domenici kicked off this morning with a bang at the groundbreaking of a new facility to host more trainin...

Groundbreaking Set for ILEA Building, Jan. 12, 2005

Groundbreaking Set for ILEA Building, Jan. 12, 2005

CONTACT: Jack Swickard (505) 317-1007 ROSWELL — A small explosion will break ground on Saturday, Jan. 12, for the $5.4 million International Law Enforcement Academy building in Roswell. Sen. ...

New Faculty Members Join NMT, Aug. 15, 2005

by Shawna Carter SOCORRO, N.M., Aug. 15, 2005 -- New Mexico Tech recently announced the hiring of nine new faculty members for the start of 2005 fall semester at the research university. Included in...

Winners of 2005 Science and Engineering Fair Announced, April 9, 2005

by Kathleen Hedges SOCORRO, N.M., April 9, 2005 – Students from Albuquerque, Los Lunas, and Las Cruces were named top winners at the 53rd Annual New Mexico Science and Engineering Fair. Six se...