Tech administrators are hosting the Spring 2015 Student Forum on April 7. This is students' chance to ask any questions or raise concerns to the President, the V.P.s, and representatives from most staff offices. The event will be at 5:30 p.m. in the Fidel Center ballrooms.
KRQE TV in Albuquerque aired an interview with Dr. Kenneth Ford, former Tech president. The report centers on Ford's new book called "Building the H Bomb," which has ruffled the feathers of official in the Department of Energy. Click here to see the video.
The Materials Research Society posted an educational video featuring Dr. David Burleigh, professor of materials at Tech. Burleigh’s 8-minute video is an explanation of corrosion in light metals, specifically aluminum. The video can be found at http://www.mrs.org/modern-light-metals/. This website requires (free) registration to watch the videos. The video features a short clip of recent Tech graduate Sam Rochelle on his mountain bike.
The New York Times published a review of former Tech President Dr. Ken Ford's new book. Dr. Ford has ruffled the feathers of the DoE with his account of atomic bomb research in the 1950s ... read about it at http://nyti.ms/1GQiJlj
Myissa Weiss is the newly confirmed member of the Board of Regents. The student representative on the board, Weiss is a mechanical engineering sophomore from Farmington. Click here for the Farmington Daily Times article.
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