NMSU to open autism clinic

Families will no longer have to wait two to three years to travel to Albuquerque in order to obtain an autism diagnosis for their children once a new autism diagnostic center opens its doors at the New Mexico State University Las Cruces campus.            

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NMSU voted as one of the Best Master’s in Teaching Programs for 2019

Best for K-20+ Educators New Mexico State University designed its master’s in online teaching certification program for licensed K-12 educators and professionals who currently work in higher education. Students in this program learn how to implement best practices in educational technology, curriculum development, multicultural education and more for use in online learning environments. Program OverviewDepartment…
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Good News from the Dean’s Office

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NMSU STEM Fest to offer learning activities, family fun

Writer: Adriana M. Chavez, 575-646-1957, adchavez@nmsu.edu Families are invited to participate in STEM-related activities, including drone demonstrations, robotics and 3D printing, at this year’s STEM Fest. Two students work on an activity during a program hosted by the STEM Outreach Center at New Mexico State University. Families are invited to participate in STEM activities during…
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Bataan Memorial Death March Picnic

Our Student Veterans Organization will be hosting a “Bataan Memorial Death March Picnic” Friday, March 15,  in the usual spot (behind Garcia Center in the courtyard) from 11 am – 1 pm.    The picnic is being catered by Boderland BBQ and I have to say it is some excellent BBQ!!!  Let everyone know!  Students and…
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40% OFF JCPenny Suit-Up EVENT

The first 100 College of Education students (with id and spring 2019 schedule) will receive a crisp $2.00 bill toward their purchase.

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Q&A with Karen Trujillo, New Mexico education secretary

Sara Solovitch, Searchlight New Mexico Published 8:00 a.m. MT March 9, 2019 Q&A with Karen Trujillo, New Mexico education secretary Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has made her commitment to children a mainstay of her next four years in office. By every metric, New Mexico is considered the worst state in the nation to be a…
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Annual Job Fair for Educators Hosted by NMSU Career Services

SOURCE: Roseanne Bensley, 575-646-1631, Hirenmsu@nmsu.edu New Mexico State University Career Services will hold its 45th annual Educators’ Job Fair from 10:00 am to 6 p.m. Monday, April 29, 2019 at the Corbett Center Student Union on the third floor. You don’t have to major in Education to be a teacher. The event will provide candidates…
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New Mexico State University’s 45th Annual Educators’ Job Fair

April 29 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Corbett Center Student Union 3rd Floor Ballrooms To all 2019 Educators’ Job Fair Candidates: We are pleased to announce the Educators’ Job Fair 2019. As a public service to all qualified candidates, please accept this invitation to join us for this exciting fair. Candidate registration has begun for…
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PED head Karen Trujillo addresses rhetoric around teaching

Shelby Perea, Albuquerque Journal Published 1:20 p.m. MT Feb. 22, 2019 Karen Trujillo faced some resistance when she began pursuing a teaching career. While she was in college working to become a math teacher, she studied alongside engineers and others in STEM. She was often encouraged to go that route, become an engineer and abandon…
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