The Santa Fe New Mexican reported on the N.M. Supercomputing Challenge, which is sponsored by New Mexico Tech. The newspaper reported that one of the winners from Santa Fe, Meghan Hill, plans to attend Tech and study biomedical engineering. Click here to read the article.
El Defensor Chieftain published an article about the new Bureau of Geology building, including an interview with Greer Price. Click here for the article. The grand-opening is 10:30 a.m. Friday, May 8.
New Mexico Business First reported last week about recent changes at CAaNES, New Mexico Tech's spin-off company that focuses on cybersecurity. The article chronicles an expansion of the company's workforce and a name change to RiskSense. Click here to read the article.
The Farmington Daily News published a guest article by Dr. Daniel Fine, director of the N.M. Center for Energy Policy, a division of New Mexico Tech. In his piece, Dr. Fine chronicles the ongoing price war between OPEC and U.S. oil-and-gas producers. Click here for the column.
Dr. Julie Ford, professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department, was honored by her alma mater, Elon University in North Carloina, with a Distinguished Alumni Award. Dr. Ford graduated from Elon in 1995 with a bachelor's in English. Click here for the article.
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