2011 The Bottom Line Annual Report

December 14, 2011 by College of Business staff in conjunction with University Communications

2011 The Bottom Line Annual Report

  • Dean Garrey Carruthers’ message
  • Domenici Conference 2011: Debt crisis, national security, health care take forefront at Domenici Public Policy Conference
  • $250,000 gift funds new Lionel Haight accounting professorship
  • Ed Scribner gifts stock transfer to new professorship
  • Take the Judy Johnson challenge!
  • Scholarship established in memory of Jeff Gomez
  • Golf management program director, Pat Gavin, wins regional award
  • Family preserves legacy through an endowed scholarship in memory of Michael Swift
  • 2011 Hall of Fame and Traders’ Award recipients
  • Hall of Fame: John and Susan Long, Margaret Hardin
  • Traders’ Awards: Individual – Herb Wimberly. Corporate – Wells Fargo
  • 2011 Distinguished Alumnus: Todd L. Bisio
  • Alumna Ermelinda Quintela honors mentor and father with separate endowments
  • Independent Insurance Agents of New Mexico and New Mexico Mutual Insurance Golf tournament results in green for NMSU students
  • Share your news!
  • NMSU Arrowhead Center’s Studio G looks to spark new student-run businesses
  • Business college names Andrea Tawney assistant dean for development
  • NMSU endowment earnings outpace peers
  • College quick facts
  • Student groups excel at competitions
    • Financial Management Association
    • Native American Business Student Association
  • Faculty, staff and department updates
    • Andrea Tawney
    • Gena Bermudez
    • Dr. Shixin Li
    • Dr. Mingming Pan
    • Dr. Violeta Diaz
    • Dr. Steve Elias. Please note, Dr. Elias has been serving as Interim Department Head for management and was appointed Department Head after this publication went to print
    • Adela Castro
    • Cindy Blume
    • Sara Patricolo
    • Jeanette Walter
    • Department of Economics name change
  • Business Advisory Council Members

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