Mentoring our students: April 1 & 2, 2014

April 8, 2014, by Anthony Casaus, Assistant Dean-Development, College of Business

Gary Mallory

Gary Mallory (owner; Heads Up landscaping; Albuquerque; NM) spoke to students in Steve Elias's MGT 470-Project Management class in April 2014. (Photo by Anthony Casaus)

Gary Mallory (owner; Heads Up Landscape; Albuquerque; NM) spoke to students in Steve Elias’s MGT 470-Project Management class in April 2014. (Photo by Anthony Casaus)

Albuquerque’s Heads Up Landscape business owner Gary Mallory, Andrew Key (president), and Eddie Padilla (VP-marketing), variously met with COB faculty, staff, and students:

  • Met with Rick Adkisson, Ken Martin, Steve Elias and Anthony Casaus on April 1 to discuss recruitment of COB students in accounting, marketing, finance and economics for summer internships.
  • Discussed student internship opportunities with the College Executive Committee on April 2.
  • Spoke to COB Student Ambassadors as well as to students in Steve Elias’s Management 470-Project Management class.
  • Met with Kevin Melendrez, Steve Elias, Anthony Casaus, and Richard Pratt (Horticulture Department) to discuss student internships for business and horticulture majors.

Jessica Lin & Lupe Mares-Edens

Jessica Lin speaks to students in the NMSU FMA chapter (Photo by Anthony Casaus)

Jessica Lin speaks to students in the NMSU FMA chapter (Photo by Anthony Casaus)

Jessica Lin (operations support manager, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas) and Lupe Mares-Edens (manager-public affairs, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas-El Paso Branch) spoke to students in ECON 304, as well as to students in NMSU’s Financial Management Association chapter on April 2. Lin (’10), a COB alumna, double majored in finance and economics.

Jessica Lin speaks to students in ECON 304. (Photo by Anthony Casaus)

Jessica Lin speaks to students in ECON 304. (Photo by Anthony Casaus)

Lupe Mares-Edens (manager-public affairs, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas-El Paso Branch) speaks to students in ECON 304. (Photo by Anthony Casaus)

Lupe Mares-Edens (manager-public affairs, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas-El Paso Branch) speaks to students in ECON 304. (Photo by Anthony Casaus)


Patty Kehoe

Patty Kehoe (executive director, Molina Healthcare) spoke to students in a risk management/insurance class and members of the Gamma Iota Sigma student organization on April 1. On April 2, Kehoe made a presentation to Tim Query’s entry level risk management/insurance course, Principles of Insurance.

Patty Kehoe (executive director, Molina Healthcare) spoke to students in a risk management/insurance class and members of the Gamma Iota Sigma student organization on April 1, 2014. (Photo by Anthony Casaus)

Patty Kehoe (executive director, Molina Healthcare) spoke to students in a risk management/insurance class and members of the Gamma Iota Sigma student organization on April 1, 2014. (Photo by Anthony Casaus)

Patty Kehoe (executive director, Molina Healthcare) spoke with students in Tim Query’s entry level Risk Management and Insurance Course: Principles of Insurance on April 2, 2014. (Photo by Anthony Casaus)

Patty Kehoe (executive director, Molina Healthcare) spoke with students in Tim Query’s entry level Risk Management and Insurance Course: Principles of Insurance on April 2, 2014. (Photo by Anthony Casaus)


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