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Art, heritage shared for American Indian Week

March 19, 2009 by Andi Murphy NMSU Round Up The Pueblos are known to be a secretive group of people, but for American Indian Week – after spring break- Hopi and Cochiti presenters will share some of their artistic culture…
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NMSU Digital Pathways mentors understand tribal members’ needs

March 12, 2007 by Jane Moorman NMSU News Center OHKAY OWINGEH PUEBLO – Wenona Brascoupé knows personally the emotional strain associated with leaving the tribal community to attend college. The Tesuque Pueblo member left home after high school to attend…
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New Mexico State University to offer programs at Pueblo of Acoma

Sept. 16, 2004 by Karl Hill NMSU News Center Students at the Pueblo of Acoma soon will be able to earn New Mexico State University degrees without leaving home. Officials of the pueblo and the university have formalized a partnership…
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SIPI and NMSU agree to improve transfer process

Dec. 15, 2003 by Jeany Llorente NMSU News Center Business students who start a degree program at Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute will have the opportunity to complete a four-year program at New Mexico State University. Officials at SIPI and New…
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Navajo language class offered at NMSU

December 21, 1999 by Rita A. Popp NMSU News Center The Dine (Navajo) language will be taught at New Mexico State University during the spring 2000 semester. NMSU first offered Dine in the fall as a distance education class that…
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