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Grads: Get a Free Cup of Coffee or Tea!

Attention students who will graduate this spring! We need to collect data from you on what you plan to do following graduation from Tech. 

The Survey of Post-Graduation Plans is available through Career Connect. Log in (create an account if you don't already have one) and look for the "Complete Surveys" link on the left side of the page. 

Complete the Post-Grad Survey by Friday, April 27th, then stop by Career Services to get a coupon for a free cup of coffee or tea!

Not sure what your plans entail? Email Christina to arrange a meeting to discuss your options and learn what Career Services can do to help you.
Travel Office Sets New Reimbursement Rates

Travel Office Sets New Reimbursement Rates

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NMT Spin-Off Moving into New Albuquerque Office

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SOCORRO, N.M. July 9, 2015 – New Mexico Tech adjunct professor and alumni Dr. Nigel Blamey recently published research that shows meteorites from Mars have elevated levels of methane – suggesting the ...

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