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September’s Professor of the Month

    Hello Aggies. My name is Father Gabriel. I have been working at NMSU for the past five years, but not consecutively. I am originally from Philadelphia but I have lived in Chicago, New Haven CT and other cities in Pennsylvania. My PhD is in theology and literature, but I have done extensive work…
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May’s Professor of the Month

Hello Aggies! I am Professor Neil Harvey. I have been teaching at NMSU since 1994. I am from Liverpool, United Kingdom. I was born and grew up there. I studied BA (Hons) Latin American Studies at Portsmouth Polytechnic, and my MA and Ph.D at the University of Essex, Colchester, UK. My field of study is…
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April’s Professor of the Month

Hello Aggies! My name is Madelyn Stoltze. I am from Moorpark, California. I have been teaching at NMSU for 3 years and my field of study is Communication Studies. I enjoy teaching concepts from Interpersonal Communication most, as it gets students very engaged. In the past I have volunteered with NMSU Cross Country and Track…
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March’s Professor of the Month

Hello NMSU. My name is Frank Gilpin. I am finishing my thirteenth year at New Mexico State. I’m one of eight kids born and raised in Tulsa, OK. I teach dance, specializing in Flamenco and Spanish Dance with a bit of experience in Modern and Jazz. Outside of NMSU I love cooking and wish I…
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March’s Professor of the Month

Featured Professor – Charles Hartley I am originally from Baltimore, Maryland, but I have lived in Albuquerque, Chicago, and Oakland as well. I also lived in Luoyang, China for a year doing my dissertation research. I am an anthropological archaeologist, specializing in pottery from the late Neolithic period of China. This is my second semester teaching…
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February’s Professor of the Month

Featured Professor – Elizabeth Horodowich, Department of History  I have been at NMSU for 12 years and am originally from Philadelphia – I love cheesesteaks! My field of study is the history of Renaissance Italy, especially Venice. Right now, I am finishing two books, both of which are about the way that people who lived…
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February’s Featured Professor

Lori Keleher, Assistant Professor – Department of Philosophy “The future is now. Start doing what you want to do now.” – I started teaching Philosophy at NMSU in the spring of 2008, but I was a student at NMSU in the 1990s. I am from Albuquerque, NM and teach Honors 227, which is a course…
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NMSU Regents Professor named Fellow by national science association

Congratulations to Honors College Professor Serrano. She teaches HON 306V Science, Ethics and Society and the HON 115 Journeys of Discovery freshman seminars: Plants, Brain and  Behavior and the Art of Scientific Discovery.  Professor Serrano thanks the Honors students for inspiring her to be at her best and sends congratulations to the Fall 2012 students…
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Get to know the Honors Professors!

Dr. Nancy Baker is currently the regent’s professor for the department of government at NMSU. She has been an aggie since 1989 after living in New Orleans for 10 years. She completed a lot of her graduate work in New Orleans and focused on Political Science. Her main focuses are on the on the presidency…
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March’s Professor of the Month

  Dr. Elba Serrano was an undergrad physics and chemistry major who enjoyed philosophy. She moved into neuroscience in graduate school and became a biophysicist! She mentioned being fortunate because she has been able to explore her curiosity such as neurons, drugs, nanomaterials, and plant bioactive compounds. When asked where she is from, she will…
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