The opioid epidemic is affecting countless lives and communities across the country, including here in New Mexico. In fact, opioids each day cause more than 130 overdose deaths in the United States.
If you want to learn how you can study abroad, Student Affairs will be hosting the Study Abroad Fair in Fidel atrium from 11am to 2pm on Tuesday, February 26.
Itching to get out of Socorro? Homework got you too tied down for a long trip? Curious what a dance of cranes, a gaggle of geese, or other flocks of birds sound like?
In honor of the upcoming International Women’s Day, here’s a look back at the first female graduate of our school.
Let’s get the stuff we hear all the time out of the way first: eat real food (plants and animals), spend 20 minutes each day elevating your heart rate, and don’t procrastinate. Got it? Moving on.
Most people know how to look up a forecast online and some people are familiar with global weather patterns, but very few people actually understand the science of our atmosphere. New Mexico Tech’s physics department is home to a scientist who specializes in the physics of weather: Zeljka Fuchs-Stone.
Do you like cars, trucks, motorcycles, and other vehicles? Are you interested in street racing and off-roading? If so, the Motor Sports Club is the place for you!
Read more about the controversial disagreement between the NMT Administration and the SGA in this special article from Paydirt.
Read more about the 2016 Higher Education Capital Investment Projects
Weather updates in Socorro for 10/5/16 - 10/19/16
President Wells Weighs in on Entrepreneurialism, Transparency, and the Future of NMT.