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Homecoming and SAEM

SAEM students were well represented in the Homecoming Court. Lupe Saldivar, this year’s Homecoming Queen, is a TRiO student, president 0f TRiO Scholars, President  of The Society of Human Resource Management, a Peer Educator for University 150, and a work-study at the Office of Assessment. Homecoming King was Ryan Garcia, an employee at the Sexual and Gender […]

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Admissions, tutoring, and food pantry have changed locations

As the fall semester approaches, some of our offices will be changing locations. University Admissions has moved from Suite 301 to Suite 805 in the Educational Services Building. This new space gives students and families more privacy when speaking with Admissions Advisors and staff members. The Aggie Cupboard, NMSU’s food pantry, has moved from the Christian […]

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Career Services Online Conference 2013

Career Services Online (CSO) Conference May 22-24, 2013 Austin, Texas Attendees: Charles Morgan, Donna Hill, Marilyn Alejo and Roseanne Bensley CSO is a resource to register students and to provide information about job postings, campus recruiting, workshops, career fairs, and special events.  In addition to schools from the USA, clients are also represented internationally. Participants learned […]

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Video from Open Forum 2013

Here is the link to this year’s Open Forum video! 01   

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New Mexico Legislative Lottery Summit 2013

New Mexico Legislative Lottery Summit April 27, 2013 Fidel Center, New Mexico Tech Campus, Socorro, New Mexico  Attendees: Bernadette Montoya, Janie Merchant, Judy Bosland, and Melody Munson-McGee Lottery Update Tom Romero, New Mexico Lottery Commission 100% of the net proceeds from the Lottery Commission go to the Legislative Lottery Scholarship. Over its history, $560 million has […]

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