• May 17, 2021

Tags : New Mexico State University

NMSU mechanical engineering professor receives second Fulbright Faculty award

Igor Sevostianov, professor in New Mexico State University’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, has received a 2021-2022 Fulbright Faculty Fellowship award. With funding from the U.S. Department of State-sponsored award, Sevostianov will spend the spring 2022 semester in Sofia, Bulgaria, working with colleagues from the Institute of Mechanics at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. […]Read More

NSF, NASA award funds NMSU professor’s research on how planets

A three-year program at New Mexico State University, funded through the National Science Foundation and NASA, will allow astronomy assistant professor Wladimir Lyra to create a roadmap of planet formation using supercomputers. “This investigation will use powerful computers to produce simulations of planet formation and compare the results with modern observations,” said Lyra. “This research […]Read More

NMSU Teaching Academy Gala celebrates members, donors

The New Mexico State University Teaching Academy celebrated its dedicated members and generous supporters during the annual 18th annual Teaching Academy Gala. The virtual gala, held May 5th, brought together about 80 faculty and staff members, graduate students and donors who are part of the Teaching Academy, a member-driven, donor-supported training center at NMSU that […]Read More

Longest-running student symposium at NMSU kicks off Wednesday

New Mexico State University’s Undergraduate Research and Creative Arts Symposium, hosted by the William Conroy Honors College to celebrate undergraduate student achievement, begins Wednesday, May 5, with presentations by more than 75 undergraduate students. Commonly known on campus as URCAS, the longest-running student symposium at NMSU adopted an online-only format last year due to the […]Read More