September 30, 2009 by College of Business online newsletter for alumni
NMSU students and faculty participate in second annual What’s Art? Convention
On October 2-3, NMSU students, faculty and the Talking Stick Institute, in collaboration with the Alma d’arte Charter High School/Youth Center, will host the second annual What’s Art? Convention “Exploring the Creative and Green Economy of New Mexico,” and the What’s Art? Street Festival. Students in our small business consulting classes will get hands-on experience in service-learning projects directed by David Boje, business management professor. Read more…. and watch a video about the first ever 3-day Arts Convention held at NMSU in 2008.
2009 Domenici Public Policy Conference
New Mexico State University’s 2009 Domenici Public Policy Conference took place September 16-17 on the NMSU campus. The conference brought together some of the best minds from across the U.S. This annual event focuses on public policy matters that significantly impact the entire country. Topics at this year’s conference were nuclear energy, homeland security and the U.S./Mexico border, national security and the U.S. economy and the national debt. A video of each presenter will be archived and available for viewing. Information and updates are provided on The Pete V. Domenici Legacy website at http://domenici.nmsu.edu.
Hall of Fame & Traders Awards
On September 25, 2009, NMSU’s College of Business held its 12th annual Hall of Fame. Receiving the Hall of Fame award for 2009 are Shari Jones, Global Compliance Officer and member of the Strategic Risk Management group, ProLogis Corporation; and Kelly Pena, Vice President, Disney Channels Worldwide Brand Research, Disney ABC Cable Networks Group. Our 2009 Trader’s Award Recipients: Don and Sarrah Kidd, Jerry P. With and Jayann and David Sepich. Read more….
Homecoming: Celebrating the Past… Unmasking the Future
October 22-24, 2009. College of Business homecoming events are available on our calendar at http://business.nmsu.edu/news. Select October 23 as the calendar date to view our events, information and contacts. We’ll be hosting the Dean’s Suite Dedication, our college scholarship luncheon, the student lounge dedication and our distinguished alumni reception.
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Hyman named as Stan Fulton Chair in Business at NMSU
Michael Hyman, a marketing professor at New Mexico State University, has been named the Stan Fulton Chair in Business at NMSU’s College of Business. Hyman currently teaches marketing research and sports marketing as well as doctoral level courses in marketing theory and applied research methods. The Stan Fulton Chair was created by a $1 million gift from Stan Fulton, owner of Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino. Read more….
Tian named Robert O. Anderson distinguished professor at NMSU
Kelly Tian, a marketing professor at New Mexico State University, has been named the Robert O. Anderson distinguished professor at NMSU’s College of Business. Tian currently teaches courses where students develop marketing strategies for nonprofit organizations and examine the effects of globalization on consumer culture. Read more….
Dorfman named Bank of America distinguished professor at NMSU
Peter Dorfman, a management professor at New Mexico State University, has been named the Bank of America distinguished professor at NMSU’s College of Business. Dorfman has been with NMSU for more than 30 years and currently teaches human resource management and general organizational behavior. Read more….
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College of Business enrollment is up 3.6% for the Fall 2009 semester over Fall 2008.
NMSU’s fall 2009 enrollment jumps 8.3 percent from 2008
National magazine rankings place NMSU among best colleges
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