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University Announcements

Flags On Display at Fidel Center:

  • Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Eritrea, France, Gambia and Brazil.

New Mexico Tech in the News:

  • The Duke University Chronicle published an article about former Tech student Dr. Alexandria Marchi, who earned her doctorate at Duke. She is in the news for forging a new "DNA origami." Read the article at http://bit.ly/1Du5AOS.
  • A new commercial for the Acura TLX shows recent Tech grad Willie Desir. She appears at the :24 and :50 marks. http://bit.ly/1Be2fkV

 

Items of interest:

  •  The Property Office will be conducting a training session for staff and faculty from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24, in Cramer Hall 124. The presentation will cover Tech property procedures, as well as state and federal regulations regarding acquisition, handling, and disposition of property. There will be a Q&A period following the presentation. This session is beneficial not only for new and recent hires, but also for individuals who have attended before as Property Office procedures continue to evolve with changing State and Federal regulations. The goal of the Property is to keep NMT personnel up-to-date on necessary procedures to ensure regulatory compliance. Be sure to sign-up soon because space is limited. To register, email JoAnn Salome at jsalome@admin.nmt.edu.
  • The ongoing construction of the new Bureau of Geology building will necessitate the closure of the sidewalk along Bullock Avenue during working hours. This will remain through the summer. The construction crew will block the areas when they arrive to work and remove them when they finish for the day. The construction crew will also post signs to direct pedestrians to go around to the north side of Bullock keeping them away from the construction area.  This project is scheduled to be completed by spring 2015.
  • 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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