• NMSU computer science degree earns accreditation, faculty get nearly $2 million in NSF grants

    Big data, cyber-human systems and flash drive technology are among the projects receiving more than $1.89 million in National Science Foundation awards to computer science faculty at New Mexico State University this year.

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  • Los Musicos

    Bruce Berman will be having an Exhibition in El Paso Public Library from January 5, 2017 through February 3, 2017.

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  • Distinguished Resident 2016: Heather Pollard

    LAS CRUCES — An unusual, steady December rain trickled down on the roof of the The Emporium Vintage & Fine Furnishings in downtown Las Cruces. An assortment of antique glassware, ceramics and cabinetry — the sales of which benefit nonprofit hospice care operations — was on display in the small shop, as Christmas music played in the background.

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  • NMSU Sociology Master's Ranked Number One

    Congratulations to the Department of Sociology! They were recently ranked #1 by Grad School Hub in the Top 10 Most Affordable Online Master's Programs. Schools were selected based on accreditation, ranking with major publications, and tuition rates as published by the NCES College Navigator database. The publication editors noted the classes at New Mexico State University are delivered online and taught by the same university professors who teach on campus.

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  • Pat and Lou Sisbarro to receive honorary degree at NMSU’s fall commencement

    For 35 years, Pat and Lou Sisbarro have called Las Cruces home. The couple raised three children, built a successful company and became active in the community since moving from Michigan in 1981.

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  • AFROTC represents NMSU

    Congratulations to Amanda Martinez (Right), a senior nursing and Air Force ROTC student who was one of only five cadets across the US to represent NMSU at the 100th Anniversary Celebration of the Uruguayan Air Force Academy last month. She also got to travel to Paraguay, Brazil, Chile, and Argentina where she learned about their culture and AF Academy.

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  • Congratulations to Lea Sophiliazo and Shelly White

    Congratulations to Lea Sophiliazo and Shelly White for receiving a $500,000 grant from Art Place America for the MESA Project, both are graduates from the Art Department!

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  • NMSU filmmakers create documentary series humanizing mental illness

    An eight-part documentary series called “Labeled” is the brainchild of three New Mexico State University Creative Media Institute professors, who hope to sell the series to major television networks and take the documentaries into Las Cruces schools to help the public gain a better understanding of mental illness.

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  • Faculty Accomplishments at CMI

    Assistant Professor Ilana won the Best Short Film for her short film "Yochi". College Assistant Professor Ross Marks just had a fantastic premiere of a feature film called “The Heart Outright,” at the Sherman Oaks Film Festival in California. CMI faculty collaboration is the documentary series on mental health Ross, Mitch and Sherwin Lau are working on together. They’ve recently received additional funding from the city and county.

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  • National Communication Association Award

    Congratulations to Dr. Kenneth Hacker, the Department head of Communication Studies, who was awarded the top paper panel from National Communication Association for analyzing Iranian leader's conflict framing with Leximancer automated text analysis.

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  • New AAUW American Association of University Women NMSU Affiliate Student Campus Organization

    This new campus organization will show you ways to: · Step up your leadership skills and self-confidence · Take action on issues that matter to you and your community · Apply for funding to reach your educational and career goals

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  • Special issue of the newsletter dedicated to Williams Hall

    D.W. Williams Hall was built in 1938, originally as a gymnasium. It was converted to house the Department of Art in 1972, but does not have the adequate space for learning, teaching, or storage. For example, the building still has the ORIGINAL concrete bleachers built into the then-gymnasium. The building has only about half the usable square footage necessary to accommodate its current programs, limiting enrollment.

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From Our Dean

Welcome to the College of Arts and Sciences at New Mexico State University. We are the largest college at the state's land grant university in the southern part of the Land of Enchantment. It is a privilege to share the successes of faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences! Click here for more information.

Enrico Pontelli
Interim Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

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