Meet the Team

 

 

Patricia Sullivan
Associate Dean, Outreach and Recruiting
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Phone: 575-646-2913
Dr. Patricia Sullivan serves as Associate Dean for Outreach in the College of Engineering where she leads statewide programs in STEM outreach, technical business assistance, and professional development through extensive short courses and workshops for industry professionals. She has extensive ties with industry organizations across NM and the Western states, including her current role as chair of the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education. Her academic background is in energy policy and renewable energy integration.

Jalal Rastegary
Associate Research Scientist, Engineering Extension
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Phone: 575-646-1510

Jalal Rastegary serves as a Research Scientist and co-lead for the College’s engineering extension pollution prevention and energy efficiency programs.  His background is in renewable energy, bio-energy, and the sustainable management of integrated water and energy use. Jalal provides on-site technical assistance in the area of energy efficiency and pollution prevention, helping businesses/industry minimize their negative impact on the environment and reducing energy consumption and cost.  Currently, Jalal serves as co-chair of the NMSU Sustainability Council and is an active member of the High Tech Consortium
Amirreza Barin
Associate Engineer
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Phone: 575-646-1510
Amirreza Barin serves as an Associate Engineer for the College of Engineering pollution prevention and energy efficiency outreach programs. He has M.S. in Computer Science and M.S. in Industrial Engineering. Amirreza provides automation and data analysis for on-site assessments for pollution prevention and energy efficiency. He is working on developing a platform for remote assessment to help businesses to benefit from the ENMRN programs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jason Dana
Graduate Assistant, Engineering Extension
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Phone: 575-646-1510

Jason Dana serves as a Graduate Assistant for the engineering department’s pollution prevention and energy efficiency outreach programs. He is a graduate of the college’s Mechanical Engineering program and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in the same field. Jason participates in on-site assessments and recommendation analysis, along with grant proposals and reports under the guidance of the ENMRN team.