NMSU students restore Milton statue

NMSU students restore Milton ...Read more

10-16-2017

NMSU student’s dream comes true conducting fieldwork on parakeets in Uruguay

NMSU student’s dream comes true conducting fieldwork on parakeets in Uruguay As winner of the New Mexico State University Honors College Scholarship for International Research, biology student Clara Hansen’s dream came true when she was able to take her research to the next level.  Hansen traveled to Uruguay, South America, to continue her research on wild monk parakeets after winning the ...Read more

09-28-2017

NMSU graduate student receives prestigious Fulbright to teach in Sarajevo

NMSU graduate student receives prestigious Fulbright to teach in Sarajevo   As a child, Valerie Simone traveled extensively throughout the United States. Soon, the New Mexico State University anthropology graduate student will venture into another continent.  Simone has been selected to receive the prestigious Fulbright Scholar grant for a 2017 English Teaching Assistantship in ...Read more

09-20-2017

Congratulations to RPC grad student Kelly Whitney!

Congratulations to Rhetoric and Professional Communication’s PhD student Kelly Whitney who won the Barbara Heifferon Graduate Student Award at this year’s Rhetorics of Health and Medicine Symposium this past weekend in Cincinnati.   Congratulations also to RPC’s Dr. Kellie Sharp-Hoskins who is overseeing Kelly’s dissertation Prevention, In(ter)vention, Communication: Medical ...Read more

09-19-2017

NMSU Model U.N. team wins top award at national conference ninth year in a row

Going into the annual Model United National Conference, the students representing New Mexico State University had a simple strategy: remain a team of placated dolphins among aggressive sharks. The plan seemed to work as the team took home the Distinguished Delegation award at the Model United Nations Conference, where they competed against other teams from around the world. The award is a ...Read more

12-15-2015

NMSU film students to premiere senior documentary project on campus

New Mexico State University students in the Creative Media Institute are planning a screening to premiere their senior project documentary, “Halftime Highlights,” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, at the Health and Social Services Auditorium, Room 101A. “‘Halftime Highlights’ is a documentary about marching bands in southern New Mexico and El Paso, exploring elements of art versus competition, ...Read more

12-15-2015

NMSU journalism students gain real world experience at Noticias22

Like most college students, New Mexico State University senior and El Paso native Marserenith Gonzalez has fond memories of watching cartoons such as Clifford and Arthur on PBS. When the kiddy shows ended, Gonzalez and her parents would continue to tune in for News22 – providing the inspiration for her career in news. NMSU journalism student Marserenith Gonzalez has a job lined up at a ...Read more

12-15-2015

NMSU student turns memories of great aunt into award-winning poetry

New Mexico State University student Nicolás Cabrera won first and third place in the 2015 New Mexico Press Women Communications Contest this spring. Nicolás Cabrera sits with his great aunt Maria Montiel de Trujillo, showing the poem he wrote about her on his tablet. The poem won first place in the 2015 New Mexico Press Women Communications Contest. (Courtesy photo) Cabrera, a graduate ...Read more

12-08-2015

NMSU graduate student wins national poetry award

New Mexico State University student Nicolás Cabrera was awarded first place in the 2015 National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest earlier this month. NMSU graduate student Nicolás Cabrera was awarded first place in the 2015 National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest for his poem, “La yerbabuena.” (Submitted photo) Cabrera, a graduate student studying Spanish ...Read more

12-08-2015