New Mexico State University

New Mexico / West Texas GEM GRAD Lab Hosted by New Mexico State University

Sponsored by MIT Lincoln Laboratory

October 4, 2014

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2014
Thomas and Brown, Room 104
9:00 AM Student Registration, Continental Breakfast, and Pre-Survey
10:00 AM Welcome and Introductions
– Ricardo Jacquez, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Engineering,
New Mexico State University
10:15 AM Session 1: Why Graduate School?
– David R. Martinez, Associate Division Head, Cyber Security and Information Sciences Division, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
11:30 AM Session 2: How to Apply to Graduate School
– Norma Palomino, University Admissions Advisor, New Mexico State University
– Renetta Garrison Tull, Ph.D., GEM Program Consultant,
The National GEM Consortium
1:15 PM Session 3: How to Fund Graduate School
– Loui Vicente Reyes, Dean of the Graduate School, New Mexico State University
– Michele Lezama, Executive Director,
The National GEM Consortium (GEM Alum)
2:30 PM Session 4: Voices From the Field
Moderator: Patty Lopez, Ph.D., GEM Program Consultant,
The National GEM Consortium
– Stan Atcitty, Ph.D., DOE Energy Storage Program, Sandia National Laboratories
– Jere Freeh, MS Student, Chemical Engineering, New Mexico State University
– Juan Solis, PhD Student, Civil Engineering, New Mexico State University
3:15 PM Closing Remarks and Post-Survey
3:30 PM Program Ends

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