Dr. Mary Hockaday received her Master of Science in Physics in 1984 and her Ph.D in Physics in 1986. Mary is the Associate Director for Experimental Physical Science, one of nine technical directorates at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). She has a very successful career in science; a career she says grew with New Mexico State University experiences that contributed to her abilities. She is also a member of the NMSU Department of Physics Advisory Committee and manages the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center, which oversees subcontracts with the NMSU Department of Physics.
Goerge Mendoza received his Bachelor of individualized Studies in 1978. Since graduating, he has stayed connected by running as an unofficial team member for the NMSU track team under Coach Art Morgan for 12 years. Currently he is a guest lecturer for Dr. Boje’s small business consulting class and works with the students on marketing Colors of the Wind.
John Kramer received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism in 1988. John has provided financial contribution to NMSU’s scholarship programs over the years and has returned several times to lecture on public relations tactics for undergraduate classes. He is also working with the university and the national headquarters of Theta Chi Fraternity to get the Gamma Nu Chapter of Theta Chi re-chartered at NMSU.