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KRWG News: NM Lottery Scholarship Safe…For Now

KRWG News Published on Mar 13, 2014 When Gov. Susana Martinez signed SB 347 into law, it shored up New Mexico's lottery scholarship...but it means the state will spend $22.5 million this year and next to keep the scholarship going. It uses a big chunk of liquor taxes in the process. Under the plan, scholarships would be offered for 7 semesters instead of 8. Four-year university students More »

2013 The Bottom Line Annual Report

February 19, 2014 by College of Business staff in conjunction with University Communications 2013 The Bottom Line Annual Report Dean's message Moving forward: Continuity in leadership highlighted at COB donor reception College maintains AACSB International Accreditation The transformation continues: Construction of the Pete V. Domenici Hall is underway, marking COB’s third buildin More »

NMSU museum conservation students restore retablos, on display in December

NMSUnews COB Editor's Note: Highlights include restoration of the Traders Statue. Published on Nov 27, 2013 You probably know that there are art works housed in museums all over the world. What you might not know is that through the efforts of conservators, these works of art have been maintained for centuries, and that New Mexico State University offers a program through which 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 honored as a top degree producer for American Indians

November 21, 2013 by Tiffany Acosta, NMSU News Center New Mexico State University ranks as one of the top universities in the country for awarding degrees to American Indian students. NMSU is among the top five in five programs, three for bachelor’s degrees and two for master’s degrees. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education publishes annual rankings of the Top 100 producers of associate, More »

NMSUnews: PGA Golf Management Director Pat Gavin is key to program’s success

NMSUnews Published on Nov 20, 2013 For 20 years, Pat Gavin has been connecting with New Mexico State University marketing students and growing the PGA Golf Management program from about 40 participants to 300 with a waiting list. While that might be enough of a legacy for many, Gavin feels he has more to give NMSU, so he took on another role in July -- as department head for marketing More »

NMSU celebrates National Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week

September 16, 2013 by Justin Bannister, NMSU News Center New Mexico State University, a federally recognized Hispanic-Serving Institution, joins other universities across the nation this week in celebrating National Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week, Sept. 15-21. NMSU has been a member of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities since 1989. More than 20 years ago, that organiza More »

Fall 2013 enrollment down at NMSU

September 10, 2013 by Justin Bannister, NMSU News Center New Mexico State University had a total of 28,262 students across all campuses Sept. 6, the university’s fall 2013 census date. That’s a drop of 5.1 percent from the number recorded the previous year. NMSU’s Las Cruces campus tallied 16,765 students, a decrease of 5 percent. “We expected our enrollment to be down, as a system, More »

LCSN: Growing number of non-residents drawn to NMSU by lower tuition costs

August 21, 2013. Retrieved online August 21, 2013 from Lindsey Anderson, Las Cruces Sun-News LAS CRUCES >> Tiffany Walcutt Tillison came from Oklahoma for the lower tuition rates. Khaled Osmani came from Afghanistan, where he worked with New Mexico State University employees. Pamela Kennedy came from New York for the sign language program. Out-of-state and international students are increasi More »