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U.S. Senator Tom Udall Highlights Water Research Conference

U.S. Senator Tom Udall Highlights Water Research Conference

  Senator Tom Udall Highlights Water Research Conference   SOCORRO, N.M. – United States Senator Tom Udall was the featured guest at the Water Resource Research Institute’s...

NMT To Host 62nd Annual Water Conference

NMT To Host 62nd Annual Water Conference

NMT To Host 62nd Annual Water Conference SOCORRO, N.M. – New Mexico Tech will host the Water Resource Research institute’s 62nd Annual New Mexico Water Conference for the first time on August 15 an...

Physics Student Takes Top Honors At AMS Conference

Physics Student Takes Top Honors At AMS Conference

Physics Student Takes Top Honors At AMS Conference SOCORRO, N.M. – Zachary Lawrence, a Ph.D. student in the Physics Department, recently was selected as the best student presentation winner at the ...

NMT Names New Research Development Manager

NMT Names New Research Development Manager

NMT Names New Research Development Manager SOCORRO, N.M. – New Mexico Tech’s Office of Research and Economic Development has announced the hiring of Dr. Judy McShannon to the recently-created Rese...

NMT Approved to Offer New Ph.D. In Cyber Electronic Systems

NMT Approved to Offer New Ph.D. In Cyber Electronic Systems

NMT Approved to Offer New Ph.D. In Cyber Electronic Systems SOCORRO, N.M. – New Mexico Tech will offer a new state-of-the-art doctoral graduate degree program in electrical engineering this fall – ...