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Company Overview of New Mexico State University
New Mexico State University is an education institution that offers bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees. It offers program in fields of agriculture and home economics; arts and sciences; business administration and economics; education; engineering; and health and social services. The institution was founded in 1888 and is based in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
1780 East University Avenue
Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001
Founded in 1888
Key Executives for New Mexico State University
Senior Vice President for Business
President of NMSU-Carlsbad
Professor and Department Head Emeritus
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
New Mexico State University Key Developments
New Mexico State University Selects Cheryl Harrelson as the Next Vice President for University Advancement and President of the NMSU Foundation
Feb 19 14
New Mexico State University has selected Cheryl Harrelson as the next vice president for university advancement
and president of the NMSU Foundation. Harrelson is a 20-year advancement professional having worked in multiple facets to include fundraising, advancement services, alumni relations, donor relations/stewardship and events. Her career has been in higher education serving James Madison University and two different land-grant institutions: North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and Washington State University.
New Mexico State University Wins $1,205,718 Federal Contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Sep 19 13
New Mexico State University won a $1,205,718 federal contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Ft. Belvoir, Va., Alexandria, Va., for facilitated transport enabled in situ chemical oxidation of dioxane contaminated groundwater.
New Mexico State University Announces Reorganization of Athletics Department
Aug 21 13
New Mexico State University (NMSU) announced the reorganization of the NMSU Athletics Department. Included in the reorganization is naming Las Cruces businessman David McCollum to the newly created position of deputy athletics director. In the new position, McCollum will oversee all business affairs for the Athletics Department. McCollum was previously the owner and chief executive officer of FIG Publications, which owned the Las Cruces Bulletin, the Rio Rancho Observer and the Kirtland Air Force Base Nucleus. Each of these newspapers was struggling financially when they were acquired by FIG, but were quickly turned around. McCollum has also worked as group publisher for the Community Newspapers Holding Company in Birmingham, Ala., as president and publisher of the Las Cruces Publishing Company, and as a senior leader in several other companies in the areas of media, marketing and advertising. Under the new organization plan, McCollum will oversee the department's marketing, financial and Title IX operations. He will also coordinate supervision of sports information. NMSU Athletics Director McKinley Boston will continue to oversee each of the NMSU team coaches. The presidents of NMSU's community colleges, which include NMSU Alamogordo, NMSU Carlsbad, NMSU Grants and NMSU's Dona Ana Community College, will now report to NMSU Executive Vice President and Provost Dan Howard. Those positions previously reported directly to the NMSU president. Similarly, the university's vice president for research and vice president for economic development will also report to the executive vice president and provost. NMSU's Human Resources Services and NMSU's Office of Institutional Equity will report to Associate Vice President and Deputy Provost Greg Fant. Previously, Human Resource Services reported to the Senior Vice President for Administration and Finance. The majority of these changes came as recommendations from the transition teams set up shortly after Garrey Carruthers becoming president in an effort to find improvements to various university organizations.
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