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NMSU Business Outlook: April 2014

A Short Note to New Subscribers Welcome new subscribers! NMSU Business Outlook is a free, monthly online publication sponsored by NMSU’s College of Business. Its primary audience is business practitioners and laypersons. If you prefer not to receive these alert emails, which link to each new issue, please contact me at mhyman@nmsu.edu and I’ll remove your email address from the subscriber More »

Mentoring our students: April 1 & 2, 2014

April 8, 2014, by Anthony Casaus, Assistant Dean-Development, College of Business Gary Mallory Albuquerque’s Heads Up landscaping business owner Gary Mallory, Andrew Key (president), and Eddie Padilla (VP-marketing), variously met with COB faculty, staff, and students: Met with Rick Adkisson, Ken Martin, Steve Elias and Anthony Casaus on April 1 to discuss recruitment of COB students More »

NMSUnews: NMSU College of Business alum heads back to school — to join the faculty

NMSUnews Published on Nov 22, 2013 Don't let Mike McGonigle's youth fool you. At 27, McGonigle may be one of the youngest faculty members in New Mexico State University's College of Business, but the insurance business is in his blood. November 25, 2013 by Amanda Bradford, NMSU News Center Don’t let Mike McGonigle’s youth fool you. At 27, McGonigle may be one of t More »

NMSU Business Outlook: October 2013

Economic Development Through a Single Industry Driver: The Queretaro Mexico Example Michael G. Ellis, Department of Economics, New Mexico State University We would all like to speed up economic development. At least that's the story told by development officers in every state and municipality throughout the country. Some areas are poster children for success. The "Silicon Valley" and the North More »

2012 The Bottom Line Annual Report

January 8, 2013 by College of Business staff in conjunction with University Communications 2012 The Bottom Line Annual Report Dean's message Fond Memories: College of Business alum and Executive-In-Residence Bobby Lutz remembers NMSU professors, coaches and fellow students who helped shape his life Making an Impact: Alumni Giving Making a Difference: Scholarships Striking a Chord: N More »

NMSU Business Outlook: July 2012

New Mexico Consumers Pay Higher Auto Insurance Rates as a Result of Court Decisions Al Berryman, New Mexico State University, Tim Query, New Mexico State University The uninsured motorist part of an auto policy provides coverage for damages caused by a motorist who is both uninsured and legally liable to the person insured. Consumers in New Mexico pay some of the highest rates in the country d More »

Risk Management and Insurance Students Attend RIMS 2012 Conference

April 4, 2012, by Tim Query, Associate Professor and Chairholder, Mountain States Insurance Group Endowed Chair for the Study of Insurance and Financial Services, Department of Management, via email Tim Query and nine Risk Management and Insurance students attended the Risk and Insurance Management Society's Annual Conference in Philadelphia, PA. In addition to hearing such speakers as B More »

LCSN: NMSU study: Driver’s licenses have little impact on insurance levels

September 1, 2011. Retrieved online September 1, 2011 from Janet Perez, Las Cruces Sun-News LAS CRUCES - Allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain driver's licenses or requiring lawful residency identification has an "insignificant impact" on the percentage of uninsured drivers in New Mexico. That's according to New Mexico State University's J. Tim Query, an associate professor of finance a More »

NMSU study looks at link between driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants and uninsured motorists

August 26, 2011 by Janet Perez, NMSU News Center Allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses or requiring lawful residency identification has an “insignificant impact” on the percentage of uninsured drivers in New Mexico. That’s according to New Mexico State University’s J. Tim Query, an associate professor of finance and business law, who decided to test assertion More »