Office of the Vice President, Dr. Bernadette Montoya On Thursday, January 8, met with the Academic Advising Council. Members of the Council made solid recommendations on tools they would like to have to help support retention of our students.
Office of the Vice President, Dr. Bernadette Montoya Over 900 students attended the successful Fall 2014 Commencement ceremony on Saturday, December 13. The Pan American Center was at capacity with family and friends celebrating the achievements of our students.
The Department of Education has written timely advice for students regarding the FAFSA. The articles below are great resources to send to students who need to fill out the FAFSA for the upcoming academic year.
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Office of the Vice President, Dr. Bernadette Montoya SAEM Events Staff brought together over 100 members of the NMSU community who signed up to work at the Fall 2014 Commencement. Friday’s Pre-Commencement meeting allowed staff to review important procedures such as how to get over 1,000 students into the Pan Am in a timely manner….
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This time of year can be very stressful in the workplace. As the semester comes to an end, Dr. Dario Silva, Director, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), offers these tips on how successful people stay calm. To view the full article, visit Work Place Tips by Dr. Travis Bradberry on the EAP’s website.
To check end-of-term grades, students now go through a screen that requests that they update their contact information. This screen was tested and implemented by ICT in a project that was supported by a wide range of NMSU offices.
Office of the Vice President, Dr. Bernadette Montoya Attended the Ring Ceremony on Wednesday and American Indian Program’s Fall Student Recognition Banquet Thursday, December 4 and the Advancing Leaders Mentors Luncheon on Friday, December 5. Interviewed with KFOX Thursday, which was prompted by the new Stay Safe at NMSU website.
NMSU Counseling and Student Development sponsored Stress Buster Days this year to help students relax before finals. The Stress Buster Days began Tuesday, December 2 with relaxation stations, massages, yoga demonstrations, and mindfulness exercises outside Garcia Annex.
In spring 2014, New Mexico State University launched a new program to help seniors who left without graduating return to complete their degrees. Aggie Capstone Graduation Challenge, or ACGC, is geared toward students who have completed 94 credit hours or more and haven’t attended classes for at least one semester.
Office of the Vice President, Dr. Bernadette Montoya On Tuesday, November 18, Dr. Montoya participated in the interviews for the candidates for the Athletic Director. The SAEM Executive Team toured Corbett Center this week to view Phase 1 construction.
This year, Cibola County 4-H will have an Aggie Tree in their Holiday Auction, scheduled for early December. Carla Villareal and Rikki Marrujo decorated the small tree with an Aggie theme, using materials donated from staff in the Vice President’s Office. The tree features cowbells and mustaches along with glitter-covered letters spelling Aggies and crimson…
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Office of the Vice President, Dr. Bernadette Montoya The Annual SAEM Homecoming Staff Picnic was held on Friday, November 7. Damon Beasley, Technology Support Technician for SAEM, and Lydia Quintana, Accountant at ASNMSU, received this year’s SAEM Staff Recognition Awards.
The Campus Health Center has been conducting weekly trainings on donning and doffing personal protective equipment (PPE) in practice for actual use in a communicable illness situation. The CHC will conduct an emergency drill in late November that will simulate a communicable disease exposure to the health care system. NMSU has a comprehensive disease response…
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