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Update on Strategic Planning and Annual Report

 Last year we published our first Annual Report, which covered the 11-12 academic year. We also published a Strategic Implementation Plan. SAEM leadership is currently updating these documents, and we expect an update to be available in mid to late September. This year’s, however, we plan to merge these two documents into one. In this single document, we […]

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Students are at the heart of our work

As we move further into the spring semester we are enjoying several celebrations, milestones and events, some of which include Black History Month, several Aggie men’s basketball team wins, good enrollment, and hopes for the early arrival of spring as predicted by the famous groundhog!  We are also experiencing many changes within our University system, and I appreciate all […]

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What we ALL need to know about Title IX

According to Gerald Nevarez, NMSU Executive Director, Office of Institutional Equity: Title IX requires an educational institution to promptly, effectively and impartially address sex discrimination/sexual harassment. This obligation occurs after a “responsible employee” has received actual or constructive notice of the alleged harassment. A “responsible employee” is any employee who: Has the authority to take action to redress the harassment, Has the […]

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Congratulations to outstanding students in Rec Sports!

These students were recognized on October 25, 2012 by the Recreational Sports for their outstanding leadership as student employees . From left to right: Teddy Atkins received the award for Vaughn Corley Excellence in Intramural Sports; Megan McCravey received the award for Jack Welch Excellence in Aquatics; and Benjamin Dove received the award for Paul LaPorte Excellence […]

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Miss Native American NMSU values culture, leadership

LaToya Johnson, a freshman from Crownpoint, N.M., who is majoring in both kinesiology and athletic training, won the Miss Native American New Mexico State University competition in April. Johnson impressed the judges in part due to her demonstration of cultural competency. During the competition Johnson discussed the different elements of the traditional Navajo cradle board, […]

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