Category Archives: Student Achievements

Early Childhood faculty present at AERA

Department of Curriculum and Instruction Early Childhood faculty members, Dr. Leanna Lucero and Dr. Michelle Salazar Pérez, and NMSU graduate students Margarita Ruiz Guerrero and Stella Otoo (pictured left to right) attended and presented their research at the American Education Research Association (AERA) conference in New York City.

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Arcelia Elizabeth Guillermo-Rios featured on NMPED Teacher Spotlight

NEW MEXICO TEACHER SPOTLIGHT: ARCELIA GUILLERMO-RIO   The most meaningful part of teaching is having my students become self advocates; measuring success in my classroom is more than numbers.  Success needs to be seen, heard, and felt.  Seeing my students taking initiatives in their learning represents them taking ownership, responsibility, and the drive to aim…
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ELA doctoral student to serve on the 2018 – 2020 National Executive Committee

Congratulations to LeAnne Salazar, Educational Leadership & Administration doctoral student, for being selected to serve on the 2018 – 2020 National Executive Committee (NEC), as a student member! “As a doctoral student at New Mexico State University, I am proud to serve and represent NMSU,” Salazar said. The Gamma Beta Phi Society, a national collegiate…
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Sibella Salazar awarded CEP department research proposal award 2017-2018

Sibella Salazar was awarded the CEP department research proposal award for academic year 2017-2018. Her proposed study, 7th generation: Voices of the rezilient, is a phenomenological study that will explore and describe the inner meaning of resilience for 7th generation American Indians. The purposes of this study are to explore how resilience is shaped by…
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December/January Core Values winner – Rebecca Alvarado-Alcantar

We would like to congratulate Rebecca Alvarado-Alcantar for winning the December and January Core Values Dean’s parking spot award.  Rebecca was nominated for the award by exemplifying one or more of the Core Values of the College of Education.  “Rebecca is a doctoral student in the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders and she…
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November 2017 Core Values Dean’s parking spot winner – Bill Dolan

We would like to congratulate William “Bill” F. Dolan for winning the November Core Values Dean’s parking spot award. Bill was nominated for the award by exemplifying one or more of the Core Values of the College of Education. “Bill is a very hard worker and is an Honors student. He challenges himself, is not…
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Communications Disorder Faculty & students present at ASHA

NMSU Communications Disorders faculty & students present at The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention in LA. Congratulations!

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25th International Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education (RECE) Conference

NMSU Early Childhood faculty and students presented papers at the 25th International Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education (RECE) conference held in Toronto, Canada. Pictured are Amanda Armstrong (1st from left), Dr. Michelle Salazar Pérez (3rd from left), Margarita Ruiz Guerrero (5th from left), and Berta Carela (6th from left). The title of their panel was ‘Now…
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10th annual Look Who’s Dancing competition winners

LAS CRUCES  10-16-2017 The heat was on Sunday at the Pan American Center, thanks to eight sizzling performances in the 10th annual Look Who’s Dancing! competition. The annual fundraiser for New Mexico State University’s Dance Program pairs local “celebrities” with students, whose team performs two dances in front of judges and a live audience.  This year,…
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Student Researchers to Present at National Conference

The Kinesiology Program at New Mexico State University recently had multiple student research experience works accepted for presentation. These works will be presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Southwest Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine in Long Beach CA. Chartered in 1985, the function of the Southwest Chapter of ACSM is…
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