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Giving

New Mexico Tech’s Office for Advancement exists to further the
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institution’s goals, the education of our students, and to increase research opportunities. More importantly we are about building relationships with private entities who share the vision of a science-based education.  Though we are a state institution, we count on private donors and industry to maintain the competitiveness and excellence of our academic and research departments.

With tuition costs soaring across the nation, more students are relying on scholarship assistance to complete their rigorous academic degrees. Your gift to New Mexico Tech can be directed to a general fund or a specific department. Donors can contribute to any of the hundreds of existing endowed scholarship funds, or create a new fund with a special interest. Click here to see the list of Endowment Scholarships. Check out our "Where Does Your Money Go" section of the website to see some of the students that are benefiting from the generous donations. For more information on how you can donate to your special interest at Tech please contact Colleen Guengerich at cguengerich@admin.nmt.edu or call 575-835-5525

Tech Hosts Cybersecurity Program for Teachers

Tech Hosts Cybersecurity Program for Teachers

SOCORRO, N.M. July 7, 2015 – New Mexico Tech kicked off a new two-week learning opportunity for high school teachers on Monday, July 6. The program, called GenCyber, will help teachers gain knowledge ...

Memorial Service Set for Dori Long

Memorial Service Set for Dori Long

Doris Ann “Dori” Long July 7, 1952 – July 2, 2015 Doris Ann “Dori” Long, 62, passed away peacefully on Thursday, July 2, 2015.  Dori was an admired and beloved employee at Facilities Manageme...

Biology Prof’s New Paper Eyes Microbes, Hosts

Biology Prof’s New Paper Eyes Microbes, Hosts

SOCORRO, N.M. June 30, 2015 – Biology professor Dr. Tom Kieft has published a new paper that details his discovery of a consistent mathematical relationship between the abundance of microbes that li...

Teenagers Tracking Killer Asteroids At Tech Observatory

Teenagers Tracking Killer Asteroids At Tech Observatory

SOCORRO, N.M. June 30, 2015 –  The 57th Summer Science Program is now underway, kicking off Sunday with 36 of the world's top high school science students converging on New Mexico Tech ...

ICASA Team Secures Cyber-Security Patent

ICASA Team Secures Cyber-Security Patent

SOCORRO, N.M. June 23, 2015 – A team of scientists and engineers at the Institute for Complex Additive Systems Analysis recently learned that their patent application was accepted.   ICASA is...

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