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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! 22   

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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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Miss Native American NMSU crowned

May 21, 2013 WRITER: Samuel Horstman, (575) 646-7565, shorstma@nmsu.edu CONTACT: Justin McHorse, 575-646-4207, mchorse@nmsu.edu New Mexico State University student Valerie Lujan was crowned Miss Native American NMSU 2013-2014 during the university’s celebration of American Indian Week in April. “Valerie was present throughout the week and expressed her interest in being Miss Native American NMSU,” said Justin McHorse, […]

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Student Affairs Director to serve on the Inceptia Commission

Dr. Anthony Marin has been selected to serve on the Inceptia Commission on Student Success.  Inceptia, a provider of support and resources for higher education in the areas of federal compliance, financial aid management, repayment solutions and financial education, formed the Commission on Student Success to provide advice and assistance related to student success and retention […]

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What does the Health Reform Law mean for you?

Come to a free workshop and find out!  Monday, April 15th from 6:00-7:30pm Corbett Center, Colfax Room (210) The federal health reform law will be fully implemented by the end of this year. Find out what big changes are coming in the next 9 months. Get answers to these questions and more: How will more than […]

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Check-In/Check-Up Mid-Semester Review

Check-In/Check-Up Mid-Semester Review Expo was held in the old bookstore  in Corbett Center on Tuesday, March 5. Sponsored by Aggie Welcome & Orientation, the event was geared toward providing information and support to all NMSU students. Questions pertaining to a student’s awareness of resources and engagement in those resources were to be answered with a […]

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AHEAD (Association on Higher Education and Disability) Management Institutes 2013 (Luken)

AHEAD (Association on Higher Education and Disability) Management Institutes January 31 – February 2, 2013 Westin at Long Beach, California Submitted by: Trudy M Luken, Director, Student Accessibility Services AHEAD sponsored the following four institutes on January 31 and February 1, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Institute #1:  The Institute for New and […]

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Student Veterans of America National Conference (SVA) 2012

Student Veterans of America (SVA) National Conference January 3rd through 6th, 2012 Florida Hotel & Conference Center, Orlando, Florida “National Network – Local Impact” Key Learning: More clear data must be gathered to accurately track the graduation rates of veterans.  This starts with the individual universities. Drop out rates according to the 2010 Survey of […]

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Creating Change Conference 2013 (Horn)

Creating Change Conference January 22-27, 2013 Atlanta, Georgia Submitted by: Sharna Horn, Coordinator, Sexual Gender Diversity Resource Center A Conversation About Student Athletes Presenters and their affiliation: Lea Robinson (Columbia University) and Justin Adkins (Williams College) This presentation highlighted how GLBTQ campus centers can engage student athletes, break down barriers for GLBTQ student athletes, and provide […]

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Screening of The Time is Now

Bernadette Montoya with Chris Jonas and Erin Hudson from Littleglobe Films in Santa Fe at screening of Centennial Class: The Time is Now.  The film follows six students as they complete their senior year of high school and prepare for college.  Four of the six students currently attend NMSU.  The film portrays the story of […]

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New Associate Director of Academic Success

Michelle Saenz-Adames was named the Associate Director of  Academic Success on November 1, 2012.  Michelle will provide leadership and oversight of UNIV courses, Student Success Center-Hardman’s outreach and internal academic support services, and provide support to grant writing initiatives. Michelle is a native of New Mexico. She earned a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from NMSU, […]

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Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (L. Gutiérrez Spencer)

Date: October 20-21, 2012 Where: Washington D.C. Attendee: Laura Gutiérrez Spencer HACU internships with the federal government are changing by challenging interns to be more competitive when completing their hours. Students need to complete over 600 hours of internship to be in a great position to find employment with a federal agency.  In the past, […]

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NMSU Food Pantry

NMSU Social Work Services, under the direction of Lori Haussamen, created a food pantry this fall to address a need common to many college campuses across the nation. The NMSU Food Pantry distributes nonperishable food to students, staff, and faculty in need of emergency assistance. This service is free and confidential. To make food donations, drop by items […]

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SAS Director appointed to Governor's Commission on Disability

Trudy Luken, Director of Student Accessibility Service, was appointed in October to serve on Governor Susana Martinez’ Commission on Disability. The Commission’s purpose is to help New Mexicans with all types of disability, physical or mental, by addressing the issues they face in different areas of their lives from economic to political. The commission also […]

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Southern New Mexico Employment Law Update (E. Ortega & K. Andrew)

Friday, September 28, 2012 Las Cruces Convention Center Attendees: Elizabeth Ortega & Kevin D. Andrew This conference provided excellent employment information that will be used to assist students with general employment questions before or during their Cooperative Education and Internship work assignments.  The information is also important for advising students who are preparing to enter the workforce […]

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Dallas Mania Fitness 2012 (J. Trembly & T. Gutierrez)

Event: Dallas Mania Fitness Symposium Dates: Aug 24-26 AggieFit Instructors: Jessica Trembly and Tammy Gutierrez. Both instructors are veterans with AggieFit and have conducted 2+ years of instruction for the program. Jessica’s Feedback: Workshop/class formats attended: Zumba Toning, Masala Bahangra, Barefoot Bosu, Chi-Lates, PiYo I love attending Dallas Mania. There is nothing like being surrounded […]

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Zia Pueblo recognized on Centennial Game Day

On Saturday, September 22, 2012, between the third and fourth quarters of the NMSU vs. UNM football game, Zia Pueblo was recognized for its Sun symbol and given credit for its presence on the New Mexico State Flag. Representing Zia Pueblo were Mr. Wilfred Shije, Governor and Mr. Peter Pino, Tribal Administrator. The invitation to […]

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