10/25/13 Messer (BSEE 1984) to talk about IP
10/10/13 Manz awarded more XSEDE time
09/30/13 Karimi & Abkar research featured in Sun-News
09/27/13 Karimi selected to receive IDA scholarship
09/13/13 Mallick receives Ivanhoe Fellowship
09/06/13 Meet Luke Berry Shires, NMA&M CH E #1
09/06/13 The first CH E curriculum at NMA&M (circa 1922)
08/30/13 Camacho (Ph D 2000) joins Texas A&M faculty
08/16/13 Deng on team receiving $5 million DOE grant
08/01/13 Rockstraw elected to NSPE Board/House
07/26/13 Dr. Reza Foudazi to join NMSU CH E
07/25/13 Josh Hill awarded Sandia Fellowship
07/23/13 Luo to help launch solar technology
06/25/13 Martinez nanotechnology research in spotlight
The department of chemical engineering is committed to providing the highest quality of education. Our faculty keeps up to date on the latest innovations in the field of chemical engineering, and they share that knowledge with our thriving students. We offer hands-on learning with equipment that is currently used in industrial applications. Our degree programs will give you the knowledge you need to succeed in the field of chemical engineering. Read more in our 2013-2014 tri-fold brochure (mailed in hard copy upon request).
NMSU Chemical Engineering students who are pursuing the Nuclear Energy Minor offered through the Chemical Engineering Department recently entered inside BRT containment at the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station in Tonopah, AZ.
Thank you to our hosts, Terry Price (BSME 1971), Jordan Schrock (BSCHE 2011), and Courtney Deshayes (BSCHE 2011).