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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 16, 2010 il Technology on the agenda Lordsburg and Animas stu- dents joined forces in attending the 2010Technology Camp held at R.V. Traylor Elementary School in Lordsburg several weeks ago. Pictured are a few of the 130 students participat- ing in various activities. Photos courtesy BRENDA RICHARDSON ram now l engi neerin onlin Submitted by NMSUILas Cruces The. College of Engineering at New Mexico State University is now offering a complete master's degree program in elec- trical and computer engineering via the Internet. One graduate course is offered this summer and five more are scheduled for fall 2010. "This is not a new degree program. It's the same curriculum, same instructors, same course re- quirements and same coursework that on-campus students experi- ence," said Paul Furth, interim head of the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engi- neering. "The only difference is the delivery." The distance education pro- gram was developed specifically to accommodate the needs of working engineers who cannot attend classes on campus due to UNM to scheduling and travel. "People who are employed can n'ow conveniently benefit from graduate-level education," said Furth. The entire 30-credit, coursework-only master's of sci- ence in electrical engineering can be taken remotely (with the ex- ception of one half-day exam, the MSEE coursework oPtiOn final exam, which must be taken on- site). Alternately, students may choose to complete 27 credits of online coursework, a three-credit technical report with a graduate advisor and an oral exam, which must be taken on-site. "This option allows the stu- dent the opportunity to choose a project that aligns well with their job duties. It's a win-win. Several graduate students employed with power companies have been do- receive more than Clinical and Translational ing this for some time:' said Furth. Distance education courses are offered in five key areas! elec- tric energy systems, digital com- municationS, digital signal pro- cessing, space systems and telemetering. Control Systems Synthesis I (EE 551) will be offered for the summer session, beginning May 27." The deadline for registration and course addition for summer session is June 4. Five electrical and computer engineering courses will be offered via dis- tance education for the fall 2010 semester. Admissions standards and procedures for the online MSEE program are identical to the regu- lar on-site program. For more information visit http:l/www.ece.nmsu.edu/ MSEEOnline.htm or call (575) 646-3115. million for nee r Courtesy information U.S. Senator Tom Udall, D- NM, has announced that the Uni- versity of New Mexico Health Science Center has been named a federal Clinical and Transla- tional Science Center (CTSC), a designation that comes with $21 million in awards over five years, establishes UNMHSC as a key national research center, and will create more than 100 stable, high- paying jobs in New Mexico. This federal designation - the first regional CTSC in the south- west -"will greatly enhance UNMHSC's ability to recruit and retain top faculty and research- ers, both nationally and interna- tionally. It will also increase their capacity to address existing health disparities prevalent in western border states. "The UNM Health Science Center is a critical economic and research engine for the region, and 1 am very pleased that it has received this important recogni- tion for its fine work." said Udall, who actively supported their ap- plication. "With this designation. New Mexico will join a national consortium of top researchers and I look forward to its exciting dis- coveries." The vision for the Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) program is to improve human health and patient care by transforming the research and training environment to enhance health innovations, including the efficiency and quality of projects ECHO and HEROs. clinical and translational re- The Clinical and Transia- search, tional Science Awards are deter- Factors that helped mined by the National Center for UNMHSC win this award include Research Resources. After five the 'state's ethnic diversity, seri- years UNMHSC will be eligible pus health disparities, medically to reapply for the designation. underserved areas and the center's 575-542-3315 By BECKY ESTRADAISenior Program Manager The following two classes have been" added to t~e fall schedule for the Hidalgo Learning Center: DVSW-1Ol" Developmental Writing ITuesday 5:30 - 8:15 DVSW-1O2 Developmental Writing II Wed 6-8:45 p.m. There will be GED testing at the Hidalgo Learning Center on July 19. and 20. Candidates will need to come by the office at 520 W. 2"d Street to register two weeks before testing dates. Two forms of ID and $75 for the battery of tests must be brought in before you can be registered. For further information call 575-542-3315 or 519-0306. There is still time to register and apply for financial aid for fall 2010 classes. You may come by the office on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays tO pick up a FASFA form for financial aid and our computer lab may be used to submit your FASFA. A Community Open House will be held on June 30 form 5-9 p:m. Please come by and see your new center. There will be information on financial aid, the registration process and courses'offered. Refresh- ments will be served. C0unty 2]2 E, Motel Drive SUite B Lordsburg, NM 88045 $30 per year Name Address City, State, Zip i ;i ELBROCK Gue WATER SYSTEMS, LLC 0 m a s rra GeneralContractors " A tto rney A t La w $ ..4 *Pump & Windmill repair & installation AM TO BODY & PAl N'I *Septic Systems serviced & installed 'J *Metal Building constrpction ~ Insurance Claims FREE Estimates Expert Color Match *Roofing & Concrete work Fiberglass Repair Log Montenegro West Highway 9. Edward Elbrock (575) 546-3298 . 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