Congratulations to Dr. Anita Hernández!

Dr. Anita Hernández received a five year $2.78 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will support the professional development of educators working with bilingual learners. Dr. Anita Hernández, professor and the Don and Sarrah Kidd Endowed Chair in Literacy, developed Project ELevate in partnership with local districts, community DACC partner ENLACE,…
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Local community members to strut their stuff during NMSU’s Look Who’s Dancing!

Eight couples will showcase their best dance moves during the 10th season of Look Who’s Dancing!, the principle fundraiser for New Mexico State University’s Dance Program. This year, Look Who’s Dancing! will begin at 3 p.m. Oct. 15 at the Pan Am Center. Advance tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for students and seniors, and…
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NMSU to debut innovative TECH Center to engage students in STEM

New Mexico State University will debut an innovative lab that will engage area students in the fields of education, science, technology, engineering and math this month. The new TECH (Test and Evaluation Collaboration Hub) Center will open its doors during a ribbon-cutting ceremony from 10 to 11 a.m. Sept. 27 in the atrium of O’Donnell…
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College of Education to host inaugural symposium featuring national experts, state leaders

Several leaders in the field of education will speak about current trends and issues the profession is facing, along with the future of education, at New Mexico State University’s first landmark symposium, “Re-Imagining the Future of Learning.” The symposium, hosted by the College of Education, will be Oct. 19-21 at O’Donnell Hall. Registration deadline is…
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Educational Leadership doctoral program, master of arts in higher education administration now accepting applications

The Department of Educational Leadership and Administration at New Mexico State University is now accepting applications to its Educational Leadership Doctoral Program from Oct. 2 to Jan. 16. The program offers both the Ed.D. and Ph.D. degrees. The program uses a hybrid delivery method, combining face-to-face and distance education instruction to each admitted cohort. Social…
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Faculty Reviewer for Higher Learning Commission

Dr. Henrietta Pichon was invited to become a member of the Peer Corps as a reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). HLC relies upon the work of peer reviewers for its accrediting activities. These volunteers generously share their knowledge and experience to assure and advance institutional quality. HLC maintains a Peer Corps of approximately…
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STEM After School

Through the 21st Century Community Learning Center grant, STEM Outreach Center is able to provide high quality, innovative after school programs to local school districts. This week, roughly 200 after school programs started at 19 elementary schools in the Gadsden and Las Cruces area. During the after school hour, students receive a snack, homework help…
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NES Essential Academic Skill Test Workshops

The College of Education invites you to attend workshops for the Essential Academic Skills Test in O’Donnell Hall, room 242. September 15       Writing       10:00am – 12:00pm September 22      Reading      10:00am – 12:00pm

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September 2017 Core Values Dean’s parking spot winner –Sabrina Jamison

We would like to congratulate Sabrina Jamison for winning the September Core Values Dean’s parking spot award.  Sabrina was nominated for the award by exemplifying one or more of the Core Values of the College of Education.  “Sabrina Jamison is a junior majoring in Secondary Education: Science. She is from Minnesota and chose to attend…
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Student panelists prepare for Domenici Conference at NMSU

With the 10th year of the Domenici Public Policy Conference at New Mexico State University quickly approaching, the student panel, who will ask the conference speakers rigorous questions, is planning for the two-day event. The conference is set for Sept. 13 and 14 at the Las Cruces Convention Center. This year’s topics will focus on…
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