Real-world experience with real-life outcomes
Spring, 2006 by Jeany Llorente-Ontiveros NMSU News Center
NMSU graduate student Madeline Gillette has been involved with a project that could potentially save hundreds of teenage lives. Gillette, who is working on a master’s degree in economics in the College of Business, has been helping the Santa Fe company PaceIgnitions develop a business plan for a Global Positioning System-based device that is a safety and teaching product.
Read the article in the Spring 2006 Research & Resources.
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