COB News

NMSU professors submit an NIH R01 application to study disparities in cesarean delivery in New Mexico.

 

Charlotte Gard, Associate Professor in Applied Statistics, and Jill McDonald, Professor of Public Health Sciences, recently submitted an NIH R01 application to study disparities in cesarean delivery in New Mexico. The proposed project will build upon the collaborators’ earlier work, which found that US Hispanic women living near the US-Mexico border were more likely to have a cesarean delivery than non-Hispanic White women living near the border and Hispanic women living elsewhere in the US-Mexico border states. The proposed mixed methods project will conduct qualitative interviews and surveys with women, maternity care providers, and hospital administrative staff in New Mexico to better understand factors related to the disparities. 

 


NMSU PGA Golf Management Program earns high praise, reaccreditation from PGA

The PGA Golf Management Program at New Mexico State University has successfully earned a five-year reaccreditation from the Professional Golfers' Association of America. Click here to learn more about the reaccreditation from the PGA.


2021 College of Business Outstanding Graduate

The NMSU Alumni Association's highest honor for a student, recognize graduates from each academic college. Congratulations to Brianna Reynaud for her outstanding achievement. Click here to learn more about the outstanding achievement reward.

 

 


Dr. Siddeeq Shabazz

Former NFL Player who earned Ph.D. in Marketing in 2020 participating in Commencement ceremonies. Click here for the Las Cruces Sun-News Article.