NMSU Class of 1919 award recipient Jurado receives full scholarship to Harvard
Kellie Ann Jurado, who graduated from New Mexico State University this past spring with the university’s highest honor, the Class of 1919 award, is beginning work on her Ph.D. this fall on a full scholarship to Harvard University. Read more>>
NMSU graduate receives five-year scholarship to Stanford University to complete his Ph.D.
When Jeremy Calder completed high school, he got a job and didn’t consider going to college. Now, the New Mexico State University graduate has a bachelor’s in individualized studies, with minors in Spanish and German, and is attending Stanford University this fall on a full five-year scholarship to complete his Ph.D. in linguistics. Read more>>
University’s spring 2011 Outstanding Graduating International student takes on master’s program at University of Colorado Boulder
With degrees in English and French and a minor in creative writing from New Mexico State University, graduate Zeltzyn Rubi Sanchez Lozoya is pursuing a master’s in comparative literature at the University of Colorado Boulder. Read more>>
NMSU alumna recognized as role model by Great Minds in STEM
Patricia Lopez has long been a champion for equitable access to careers in science and technology for all students. Lopez has been honored many times for her public service in helping students in math and science fields. A component design engineer with Intel Corporation, the New Mexico State University alumna knows first-hand how important role models can be. Read more >>