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Danielle Miyagishima: Bound for MD/PhD program

Crimson Scholar Danielle Miyagishima has an interview today at NYU’s Langone Medical Center! Danielle, a senior at NMSU, is currently interviewing for MD/PhD programs across the country. Her initial motivations in medicine came from experiences when she was young. “A family member had died from leukemia, but I didn’t think about (the medical field) too…
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Spring 2016 Honors Graduates

  University Honors Recipients Spring 2016 Adrian Avila Major: Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, Philosophy Type of Thesis: Honors Thesis/Capstone (HON 400) Thesis: “The Rapture of Atlantis” Scholarships: Regents Success Scholarship Activities: Internship with Harris, Inc., Volunteer Work with Phi Eta Sigma Plans for next year: Graduate School Plans for the future: Find work in the…
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URCAS Researchers featured in University News

Participants in this year’s Undergraduate Research and Creative Arts Symposium are gaining recognition for their work! Read the full article here.

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Honors College Scholarship for International Research Winner

The 2014 winner of the Honors College Scholarship for International Research is Upile Chisala. Upile is majoring in Sociology with a supplementary major in Law and Society and minors in Women’s Studies and Contemporary Social Studies. She will be traveling to Malawi’s Likoma Island for two months this summer. While there, she will interview local…
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March Student of the Month

Morgan Gardner – “Study and work hard because this is where you start molding another part of your life” – This is my second semester at NMSU. I am from Tularosa, NM. I’m studying kinesiology. I am currently in the Kinesiology Club as well as the Pre-Health Club. Outside of school, I enjoy reading, hunting,…
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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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Honors College Alumni

“Don’t be afraid of change and don’t limit your options. Don’t be afraid to shake things up, otherwise you might never know for sure what you really want to do in life.” Here is what Honors College Alum Zachary Brecheisen has to share about his time here at NMSU: I’m in the Nicholas School of…
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February Student of the Month

Rachel Hubly    February’s Student of the Month   “The honors program opens a lot of opportunities to students. I think it’s great to have all these resources at our fingertips and should be taken advantage of!” – I have been at NMSU since the fall semester of 2012, so this fall was my fourth…
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NMSU biochemistry sophomore receives 2013 Goldwater Scholarship

One of only two New Mexico students, Lindsay Redman, a sophomore majoring in biochemistry, has been selectedas a Barry M. Goldwater Scholar for 2013, and will receive a full academic scholarship for the remainder of her undergraduate education. “It’s a big deal for me, not because I care about the money, but because it is like…
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Music in Flight

The New Frontiers Institute, the Honors College, and the Department of Music present: “Music in Flight: WWII European Refugee Musicians in Latin America, 1933-1945” Atkinson Recital Hall April 22, 2013, 7:30pm Free and Open to the Public Featuring members of the La Catrina String Quartet, Laura Spitzer, Lisa Van Winkle, Fred Bugbee, and John Carlo Pierce With…
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