Materials & Metallurgical Engineering Scholarships:
Ashman Award Given to B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. students who have demonstrated excellence in the field and who are active in the department activities.
Ron Roman Scholarship Given to a student who has demonstrated excellence in materials engineering and contributed to Tech's research effort.
Javorsky Scholarship Given to an undergrad student showing academic excellence that shows a financial need.
Albuquerque Journal Scholarship Given to a junior level undergraduate based on proposed research, to be applied to their senior
2012 Scholarship Recipients:
ASHMAN $1,000 PER AWARD
Ashman BS – Megan Emigh
Ashman MS - Oluwaseyi Ayodeji
Ashman PhD - Yongmong Tian
Paige Ashman- William Reiser - CIVIL ENGINEERING
Roman - Amanda Kuker - $1,200
Javorsky - Kiichi Harada - $1,500
The Materials Department occaisionally hires students on a part-time basis. In addition to the financial aid offered through New Mexico Tech, the department can also help support an undergraduate student through departmental work-study; thus gaining valuable exposure to materials engineering. There are also cooperative programs that employ students for summer internships or on a part-time basis. These positions may result in permanent full-time employment upon graduation. Please consult your application packet for a detailed outline of all possible financial aid available to you.
NMT Financial Aid Office
Career Services are available to you to assist in finding employment whether cooperative, summer or full-time permanent positions. The Career Services department maintains a library of career and employment opportunities, keeps student placement records, coordinates on-campus interviews, and helps you prepare a winning resume.\
NMT Career Services