Chi Epsilon is the National Honor Society for civil engineers. The New Mexico State University Chapter was established in 1968. Students and graduates of civil engineering who demonstrate excellence in academics, ethics, and service are invited to join Chi Epsilon. We invite you to learn more about our organization through this Web site or by contacting us.
The NMSU Chi Epsilon chapter is please to announce the initiates for the spring 2013 semester! Congratulations to the following individuals!
When: Friday May 3, 2013, 6:30 pm-9:30 pm
Where: La Posta de Mesilla restaurant Fiesta banquet room, 2410 Calle de San Albino on the plaza in historic Old Mesilla, NM, just of Avenida de Mesilla.
Who: Faculty, Staff, Graduating Seniors, Chi Epsilon Initiates and Members
Cost: No cost for graduating students and Chi Epsilon initiates (paid by CE Department).
Otherwise, $27 per person, which includes: Red or Green chile enchiladas, rolled Beef tacos, whole beans, rice, cole slaw, chips and salsa, chile con queso & rolls.
Please RSVP and pay by Friday, April, 26th @ email@example.com. Payment by cash or check may be brought to the Department of Civil Engineering office located on the second floor of Hernandez Hall, or turned in to Chi Epsilon officers.
Join Chi Epsilon NMSU on Friday, November 2, as we make a trip to the La Union Maze outside El Paso. Members who wish to attend should meet at 2pm in the student lounge of Hernandez Hall to carpool out to the maze. More information will be presented at the general meeting on Wednesday, October 31, or contact chapter officers with any questions. You can also visit the La Union Maze website at http://www.launionmaze.com/. This is a great opportunity to socialize with fellow members and new initiates and have some fun away from school and studies.
Chi Epsilon NMSU will be holding its Fall 2012 Ice Cream Social on Wednesday the 24th of October. The social will be set up in Maggard Courtyard of the Engineering Complex and begins at 4:00 pm. All members, students and staff, are welcome to join and meet this semester’s new initiates. The social will be followed by a mandatory meeting for the new initiates, while the next general meeting is scheduled for the following Wednesday, October 31. We hope to see everyone there and, as always, feel free to contact the chapter officers with any questions.