Civil Engineering Mentors Proposal Peter T. Martin PhD PE Head of Civil Engineering January 2015 This proposal has the goal of reducing the time students take to graduate in the Civil Engineering program from up to 9 years to 4-5 years. Only 30% of Civil Engineering students graduate within 6 years. Many fail to graduate
Financial Requirements of ACAGE:
A. The Academy shall be self-supporting. It shall use only those monies that are exclusively reserved for it in a University account. Said monies shall accrue from contributions made or solicited by the members.
B. The Board shall adopt an annual budget, which shall be reported to the Active Members. This budget will provide the Head of the Department of CE at New Mexico State University with direction for the expenditure of monies from the account in the name of the Academy.
C. The Officers and Board shall instruct the Treasurer in such efforts as she/he shall make annually to maintain funds in the Academy account.
NMSU is Currently Seeking the Following Donations
Description here about how to donate for items below. Click on the item you’d like to make a partial or full donation for. Thank you in advance for your support and generosity! ((To be updated by Financial Affairs Task Group annually.)) CE Dept Scholarship List (2016)
The following major needs are:
- Scholarships (which ones in CE Dept Scholarship list shown?)
- Student Chapters (which ones – ASCE, XE, AGC, etc?)
- Young Faculty Award
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