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For the year 2019, MAE faculty members have won three College of Engineering mini-grant awards. The faculty members involved are Drs. Igor Sevostianov, Fangjun Shu, Sarada Kuravi, Andreas Gross, and Krishna Kota. Click here to learn more about the mini-grant program.
Congrats to Dustin Holta and the team!
Dr. Gabe Garcia and Dr. Young Ho Park were honored at the College of Engineering Spring 2019 Convocation. Dr. Garcia is the recipient of the 2019 College of Engineering Synergy One-College Faculty Award. This award recognizes a faculty member who represents the college as a single entity through services and attitudes. The awardee inspires other people…
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At the Spring 2019 meeting, Dr. Abdessattar Abdelkefi was recognized as the 2019 Outstanding Research Professor by the MAE Academy for his excellent research contributions based on the publication record and research funding. The Academy also recognized Dr. Hyeongjun Park for his outstanding undergraduate and graduate teaching contributions to the department based on the excellent…
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Our students have raised $11,685 through the SAE Mini Baja support campaign, which is 116% of the goal. With 210 donors this time, it also broke the all-time donor record for a ‘Make A Statement’ campaign. Please visit this link for more information and a video about this campaign.
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Dr. Young-Ho Park has been appointed as the John Kaichiro Nakayama and Tome Miyaguchi Nakayama Endowed Professor. His appointment to this prestigious position will run through 2021. [gview file=”https://dept-wp.nmsu.edu/mae/files/2018/08/park-2018.pdf”]
Dr. Ed Conley passed away on June 28, 2018 after prolonged illness. He was with MAE for 30 years and significantly contributed to its teaching, research, and service missions. He was the students’ favorite professor and taught classes at all levels, including the popular Mechanical Design class. It was not unusual for him to be contacted…
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