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Rock Hill Herald
UNM fares well in graduate school rankings
UNM says that its School of Medicine's rural medicine program is ranked second in the nation in the upcoming issue of U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Graduate Schools" for 2015.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
UNM Board to consider tuition freeze
The University of New Mexico is considering a new way to implement student tuition, by charging students at slightly higher rate and locking it down for four years.
KRQE News 13
Governor Martinez signs $6B state budget
Governor Susana Martinez signed New Mexico's Fiscal Year 2015 State Budget Tuesday, a bipartisan compromise that enacts several initiatives to increase New Mexico's healthcare workforce, invests in key job creation efforts, and expands education reform initiatives as a means of getting more education dollars into the classroom to help struggling ... (more)
UNM Cancer Center Scientist Uses Physics (Again) to Fight Cancer
Physics applies to everything. So when Vittorio Cristini, PhD, started researching cancer, he applied physics.
5 Things You Need to Know Before You Go
Comcast has immediate openings for independent sales representatives in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Las Cruces and Farmington.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Teatro Paraguas and Recuerdos Vivos New Mexico to Present When the...
Thanks to the community's support of a crowd-funding campaign, Teatro Paraguas and Recuerdos Vivos New Mexico are pleased to present a full stage production of the oral history play When The Stars Trembled in Ro Puerco at Teatro Paraguas in April 2014.
How Social Networks Connect Doctors Through Shared Expertise [Future Of Health]
Physician-To-Physician Networks are helping doctors solve difficult cases and review effective treatments, adding to the collective knowledge in the... Accessing the right information when and where you need it is a challenge in any profession.
Baseballer goes from Baulkham Hills to around the world
He's gone from Baulkham Hills and Crestwood High School to the United States, Germany, Italy, Japan and most parts in between.
Aviation officer critical after hit by DWI suspect
An Albuquerque Aviation Police officer continues the battle for his life. The drunk driving suspect accused of sending him to the hospital was sent back to jail Sunday.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Las Cruces Sun-News
WSMR holds summit with regional education leaders to talk about intern needs
U.S. Army photo Test Resource Management Center Principal Deputy Director Derrick Hinton presents a slideshow on what his organization is doing to help incorporate students' talents into STEM fields within the government.
Presentation on ancient Chamorro rock art Saturday
The Northern Marianas Humanities Council invites the public to a presentation on ancient Chamorro rock art that will be held at the Visitors Center Theater, American Memorial Park on Saturday, March 15, beginning at 6pm.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Study pinpoints source of Mars meteorites
About 5 million years ago, an asteroid or comet slammed into Mars so hard that rocks and other debris launched into space.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
KOB-TV New Mexico
Congressional leaders invite Tesla CEO to visit NM
Electric car maker Tesla is considering New Mexico as one of four possible locations for its new gigafactory, and the state's congressional leaders are trying to give the Land of Enchantment an edge.
New tribal chief judge at Mescalero
Aaron Choneska, left, new tribal chief judge for the Mescalero Apache Tribe, was recently sworn-in by tribal Associate Judge Jennifer Byers, center, as Mescalero Apache Tribe Vice President Gabe Aguilar holds the Bible.
CNM to lease Downtown complex space
CNM President Katharine Winograd said the school is leasing a major portion of the First Plaza Galleria building Downtown for the new STEMulus Center.
El Paso Times
Jeffrey Farrey, father of 5-month-old presumed dead, has bond hearing
A bond hearing is scheduled Friday morning for the father of a 5-month-old boy believed to be found buried in the New Mexico desert in November.
Summer Pre-law Program in radio program
On March 9, 2014, NMI Judiciary Summer Pre-law Program coordinator and law clerk Nicole M. Torres, along with Lillian A. Tenorio and Cinta M. Kaipat, 1994 program alumnae, will be featured in the radio program "Your Humanities Half-Hour" to discuss the Summer Pre-law Program's history, benefits, and application requirements.
An Artistic Climate Transforms Data into Art
Whitney Dail Yoerger is a writer and cultural worker living in Maryland. She reports on activities and projects at the intersection of art, science and technology.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Las Cruces Sun-News
Orthopedic clinic coming to Las Cruces
Physicians from Carrie Tingley Hospital at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center will examine patients at the Las Cruces Public Health Office, 1170 N. Solano Drive.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
History Made In Roswell NM: Natasha N. Mackey Is The First Black Female To Be Elected To City Council
She is the first black female elected to serve on the Roswell City Council. She intends to be a "mover and a shaker" and looks forward to being part of the movement to revive Roswell.