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Project GUTS summer camp offered in June

Project GUTS is offering a free summer camp for middle school students at NMSU from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. June 19-23. Join us to learn computer programming basics, make computer models in StarLogo Nova, use computer models to run experiments and turn your model into a game. To save a spot, sign up at…
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2017 Summer Programs

NMSU offers many summer programs for Kids and teachers. Below are a sample of the offerings on the calendar with links to the program websites. MC2 Mathlab – Middle & High School students SC2 Summer camps – Middle School students Learning Games Lab Think Tank sessions – grades 3-8 College of Engineering NM PREP– Middle…
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NMSU dance studio named after wife of former NMSU dean

Adriana M. Chávez, For the Sun-News 3:43 p.m. MT May 12, 2017 LAS CRUCES – Since the age of 5, Jan Morehead has had a deep love for dance, especially ballet and ballroom dance. That love has developed into a strong support of dance programs, especially the program at New Mexico State University. To recognize…
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College of Education recognizes Emerging Scholars in research

Adriana M. Chávez, For the Sun-News 2:56 p.m. MT April 15, 2017 LAS CRUCES — Five faculty members at New Mexico State University’s College of Education have been named Emerging Scholars for their innovative research efforts. The college’s Emerging Scholars Initiative, which was started last year by Dean Don Pope-Davis, aims to support and promote…
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U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools 2018 features many NMSU programs

New Mexico State University’s College of Education graduate programs led the way for the university’s programs on the newly released U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools 2018 list. The College of Education graduate programs, which are tied for 101 this year, improved 45 spots from a year ago. Education graduate degrees are available…
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Hardin Coleman visits NMSU

Hardin Coleman, professor and dean of the School of Education at Boston University, spoke to NMSU College of Education faculty, staff and students Monday afternoon about the challenges of change and successful reorganization. Coleman will speak at the Department of Counseling and Education Psychology’s Multicultural Research Symposium today. Doctoral student research presentations will begin at…
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March’s Core Values Dean’s parking spot winner – Tabitha Collins

We would like to congratulate Tabitha Collins for winning the March Core Values Dean’s parking spot award.  Tabitha was nominated for the award by exemplifying one or more of the Core Values of the College of Education.  “Tabitha exemplifies the Leadership Core Value when she represents the CoEd at local, national, and international conferences where…
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High school students advance to nationals after placing in competitions at NMSU

More than 40 high school students from across New Mexico have qualified to participate in a national competition after placing first during the Educators Rising New Mexico state conference this week at New Mexico State University. Educators Rising is an organization that encourages high school students to consider careers in education About 150 students and…
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Spotlight: Dr. Anna Lopez

Anna Lopez was one of 11 faculty presented the Donald C. Roush Award for teaching excellence.  Eleven faculty members received the Donald C. Roush Award at this Spring’s Convocation. Named for a former NMSU executive vice president in recognition of his 34 years of supporting teaching improvement at NMSU, the annual Roush awards recognize NMSU…
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NMSU hosts second Educators Rising state conference

About 140 students and teachers from high schools across the state are expected to attend the second annual Educators Rising New Mexico conference Sunday through Tuesday on the New Mexico State University campus. The conference will begin at 2 p.m. Sunday with registration, followed by competitions and breakout sessions. It will end Tuesday afternoon following…
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