Office of the President

Spring Convocation, January 15, 2019

Dr. John Floros became the 28th President of New Mexico State University on July 1, 2018. During his first year in that office, he engaged in a long dialogue with the faculty, staff, and students of NMSU centered around a strategic planning process that resulted in NMSU LEADS 2025. That process renewed NMSU’s focus on students, research, outreach, and strengthening the NMSU system, which are the four goals of NMSU LEADS 2025.

In Dr. Floros’ words: “Higher education is facing an uncertain future, and our university is not without challenges. However, NMSU is bursting with potential. I will continue to work closely with our faculty, staff, students, administrators and stakeholders to realize our potential. Together we can improve our students’ educational experience to help them succeed, expand on collaborations, improve our research creativity and competitiveness, and increase knowledge and innovation.”

 

Dr. John Floros
President, New Mexico State University


President’s Town Hall Information and Archive

President’s Next Town Hall

Return to Campus Fall 2021 Update

May 18, 2021, 3:00 pm 

 

NMSU President John Floros will hold a town hall webinar today at 3 p.m. The webinar will include updates from the Pandemic Action Team, including Vice Chancellor Ruth Johnston, Jon Webster of Facilities and Services, and Lori McKee from the Aggie Health and Wellness Center. This town hall will also focus on the return to campus for faculty, staff, and students.

Other featured guests will include:

  • Provost Carol Parker, Senior Vice President, Academic Affairs
  • Mathew Madris, President, ASNMSU
  • Dean Lakshmi Reddi, College of Engineering
  • Joseph Almaguer, Chair, Employee Council

 

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Office of the President at (575) 646-2127

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