Monthly Archives: July 2008

Domenici Public Policy Conference sold out, free Randy Travis tickets still available

July 28, 2008 by Justin Bannister NMSU News Center Registration for the inaugural Domenici Public Policy Conference is now closed, after the event sold out three and a half weeks before it opens. The conference will conclude with a free…
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The Morning Show with Alan Riehl featuring Loni Todoroki and David Boje with Storytellers of LC

July 24, 2008 Alan Riehl Listen to the show Dr. David Boje on the Morning Show with Alan Riehl, July 24, 2008. (submitted photo) Alan Riehl, KSNM, talks to David Boje about the Talking Stick program and how David uses…
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Chris Dodd to speak at Domenici Public Policy Conference, registration fees waived

July 18, 2008 by Justin Bannister NMSU News Center U.S. Senator and former presidential candidate Chris Dodd will join a prominent list of speakers for the inaugural Domenici Public Policy Conference, Aug. 20-22, at New Mexico State University. NMSU will…
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Town meetings planned to discuss renewable energy in New Mexico

July 17, 2008 by Jane Moorman NMSU News Center SANTA FE – New Mexico leaders want to hear what state residents think about the development of renewable energies in their communities. A series of town hall meetings will be held…
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Summer study abroad program offers students internships in Israel and Palestine

July 16, 2008 by Beth Sitzler NMSU News Center A summer study abroad internship program hosted by George Mason University offers students at New Mexico State University and other universities a unique first hand opportunity to study and work in…
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Quality New Mexico brings examiner training to Las Cruces

July 14, 2008 by Beth Sitzler NMSU News Center Quality New Mexico, administrator of the New Mexico Quality Awards, co-sponsored by the New Mexico State University Arrowhead Center, will hold training in Las Cruces July 21-23 for exceptional individuals interested…
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NMSU’s insurance studies program receives $10,000 gift from State Farm

July 1, 2008 by Justin Bannister NMSU News Center Students in New Mexico State University’s insurance studies program will have an easier time with tuition, thanks to a $10,000 gift from State Farm Insurance. The gift will go toward student…
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NMSU Digital Pathways program helps Nambe Pueblo resident reach goal

July 1, 2008 by Jane Moorman NMSU News Center NAMBE PUEBLO – Jovanna Romero is on the path to her dream thanks to New Mexico State University’s distance education program – Digital Pathways. With an associate degree from the Southwest…
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