2013 The Bottom Line Annual Report

February 19, 2014 by College of Business staff in conjunction with University Communications

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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 building
  • Other Domenici Hall features include: El Paso Electric Classroom, The S.P. and Estelle Yates Theater, ‘Tonita’ comes home
  • Stan Fulton’s $1 million donation aids construction of Domenici Hall
  • Sixth Annual Domenici Conference tackles foreign relations, health care and energy
  • Carnegie Foundation names Kenneth Martin New Mexico Professor of the Year
  • Mark your legacy with ‘500 for $500’ Initiative
  • Investing in NMSU: Distinguished COB alumna devotes her time and energy to the university
  • Ethics program being developed for state employees
  • From Ukraine with love
  • Singled out: College of Business honors alumnus and friends at Hall of Fame ceremony
  • Distinguished international alumnus serves NMSU as ambassador
  • PGA Summer Experience continues its success
  • Devoted to service: Former NMSU employee’s gift helping to create endowed professorship in public policy
  • Aggie advancements
  • Counting blessings: Alumnus Perry Elders pays it forward to COB students
  • Judy Johnson challenges donors once again
  • Starting over: Alumna and current NMSU employee Stephanie Hernandez credits business professors with helping her start a new life
  • Staying Connected
  • Visiting Mentors paying it forward through mentorship
  • Making an impact: Alumni giving
  • A gift to the future: Planned giving provides numerous ways to support NMSU
  • Making a difference: Scholarships
  • 2012-2013 Retirements
  • Business Advisory Council Members
  • College quick facts

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