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Registration now open for Aggie Manners business etiquette lunch

March 18, 2015 by Staff, NMSU Hotline The Aggie Manners business etiquette lunch will take place from 12 to 2 p.m. Thursday, April 9, in the NMSU Golf Course banquet room. Check-in begins at 11:30 a.m. Sonia Zubiate, etiquette consultant…
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LC Bulletin: Aggies go to class: Manners 101

April 20, 2012. Retrieved online April 24, 2012 from Adam R. Baca, Las Cruces Bulletin Students practice tabletop etiquette in professional setting On April 12, many Aggies took the opportunity to brush up on or learn some new business dinner…
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Lunchtime Learning: Mini-training sessions

April 12, 2010 by Grace Ann Rosile All sessions are FREE and OPEN to the NMSU Community. The sessions are provided by NMSU students in the Management 333, Management Training and Development, class. Space is limited. Sign up in advance…
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KRWG-TV News22: Mind Your Manners

KRWG-TV News22 NEWS22NMSU — December 09, 2009 — News22’s Adrian Reyna finds out how some NMSU students and faculty are learning to mind their manners at a recent dining etiquette course. The seminar was put on by the HRTM department…
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Better mind your manners: Etiquette dinner to teach students how to behave in a formal dining situation

March 5, 2009 by Andi Murphy NMSU Round Up It takes etiquette, grace, politeness and above all, manners, to impress future employers or high-end business executives at the dinner table – not to mention future in-laws.”Mind Your Manners: The Fine…
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