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Activity Report October 13 – October 19

  STUDENT SUCCESS As part of National Cyber Security Awareness month, ICT’s Student Technology and Planning department hosted a popcorn giveaway on the Frenger mall on Wednesday, October 17.   Students, faculty, and staff (272 in total) received topical cyber security information that included tips about information security and the locations of the cyber security presentations…
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Activity Report January 3 – January 13

Welcome back. I am very optimistic that this will be a great semester for all.  We have nearly completed our “Transforming NMSU into a 21st Century University” and, while we are not all of the way out of the financial woods, we can sure see some clearings.  Work will begin in February to form a…
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Kathleen Nova Kelly Titland

Class of 1941 Native New Mexican Kathleen Nova Kelly Titland was a pioneer, heroine and role model. As part of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP), Titland was one of the first women in history trained to fly American military aircraft. Born in Duran, N.M., and raised in Tucumcari, N.M., she graduated from New Mexico…
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Clara Belle Williams

Class of 1937, 1980 Clara Belle Drisdale was born in Plum, Texas, in 1885. She was valedictorian of the 1908 graduating class of Prairie View Normal and Independent College (now Prairie View A & M University). She married Jasper Williams in 1917; the couple raised three sons: Jasper, James and Charles. Clara enrolled at the…
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Sarah Elizabeth Stewart

Class of 1927, 1961 A pioneer in the field of viral oncology, Sarah Elizabeth Stewart was born in Mexico in the early 1900s. Her father, a mining engineer, relocated to the U.S. and Stewart attended schools in Oregon before enrolling at New Mexico State University. Stewart graduated in 1927 with bachelor’s degrees in science and…
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