New Mexico State University students chosen for ‘Who’s Who’

Jan. 5, 2005 by Rocio Rueda NMSU News Center

Thirty-nine New Mexico State University students represent the university in the 2004 edition of “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.” The selections are based on academic excellence, service to NMSU and the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued achievement.

Students chosen by the NMSU College of Agriculture and Home Economics are Beth Ann Myers, Tiffany C. Turner and Susan C. Wade of Las Cruces, K’Dawn T. Jackson of Reserve, N.M., and Jamie Dunn of Roswell, N.M.

The College of Arts and Sciences chose students Jennifer Burn, Carlos Valles, Jessica M. White and Eric Munson of Las Cruces, Kathleen Farley and Jennifer B. Kistler of Farmington, N.M., Sherry Kamali of Albuquerque and Heather Woodard of Clovis, N.M.

Representing the College of Business Administration and Economics is Gilberto Ivan Carrillo of El Paso.

Students selected from the College of Education are Marie Lawrence of Las Cruces, Jaime C. Gonzalez of Anthony, N.M., Michelle A. Farley of El Paso, Wendy D. Bircher of Farmington, N.M., Stacey M. Ogaz of Garfield, N.M., and Kristine Anne Greer of Ignacio, Colo.

The College of Engineering chose students Marzyeh Ghassemi of Las Cruces and Max L. Lopez of Moriarty, N.M.

Students selected by the College of Health and Social Services are April C. Meagher, Sandra Meza-Aldaz and Amber Little of Las Cruces, Laura R. Walker of Alamogordo, N.M., Katharine S. Morrison and Jennifer Coyne of Albuquerque, Michelle Seawolf of Deming, N.M., Sarah Anaya of El Paso and Crystal Mayer of Playas, N.M.

The Graduate School chose students Man Chi Lam and Kan Ken TszYin of Hong Kong, Rana S. Razza of Las Cruces, Ramon Molina Bravo of Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico, Antoinette Rose Ronquillo of Santa Fe, Yelena Bird and John Moraros of New York, N.Y., and Rachel L. Endecott of McAllister, Mont.

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