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Diversity Stoles

MAY 2012

The Office of Student Diversity and Outreach honored numerous graduating students with academic and leadership diversity stoles in May 2012!

AIP

Fifty-five American Indian Students graduated from NMSU in May 2012. American Indian Programs awarded Diversity Stoles to nineteen students, who were honored on April 21, 2012. These students are:

Krystle A. Begay, Bachelor of Science-Major in Biology
Lavona F Begay, Master of Civil Engineering-Water Resource
Roxanne Benally, bachelor of Science in Agriculture-Major in Animal Science
Mitchell Travis Betonie, Masters in Electrical Engineering
Janice Maris Curliss, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture-Major in Range Science
Shana Joy Duran, Bachelor of Social Work-Major in Social Work
Ryan Garcia, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture-Major in Agriculture Extension Education
Mikki Garnenez, Bachelor of Criminal Justice & Bachelor of Arts-Major in Anthropology
Clayton A. Gorman, Bachelor of Science-Major in Biochemistry & Bachelor of Creative Media-Major in Digital Film Making
Christy Gayle Hanson, Bachelor of Arts-Major in English with Concentration in Language, Literacy & Culture
Loretta C. Haven, Master of Public Health
Miyoshi Lee, Bachelor of Science-Major in Hotel, Restaurant, & Tourism Management
Melissa L. McCray, Bachelor of Business Administration-Major in Management Option of Human Resource Management & Minor in Community Health
Cheryl Ann Nez, Masters in Electrical Engineering
Samuel K. Pine, Bachelor of Arts-Major in History & Minor in American Indian Studies
Frederick Sabaquie Jr., Bachelor of Arts-Major in History
Travis Snyder, Bachelor of Business Administration-Major in Marketing
Nichole Noel Trujillo, Bachelor of Science-Major in Biology & Minor in Psychology
Philean C. Yazzie, Bachelor of Criminal Justice

BPG

Black Programs Awarded Diversity Stoles to these students at the Clare Belle Williams Reception held on April 13, 2012:

Saad Abubakar, BBA Management
Christine Acheampoug, MSC Physics
Samuel Audu, BS Electrical Engineering
Saidi Baraka, BS Mechanical Engineering
Cassinetta Angelica Belford, BS Education
Benjamin Bradley, BA Finance
Melanie Clay, BBA Marketing
Jndia Cleveland, BBA Human Resources & Small Business Entrepreneurship
Pape Diop, BBA Finance and Accounting
Vanessa Fai-yengo, BS Chemical Engineering, Minor Nuclear Engineering
Pierre Fils, BCJ Criminal Justice
Julius Fleming, MBA Business Administration
Erika L. Galloway, BA Sociology
Antjuan J. Green, BCH Community Health
Emanuel Green, BA Business Administration in Finance
Jasmine Ann Lowe, BA Sociology
Shaundra Mahan, BIS Individualized Studies, Minor Counseling & Ed Psy
Aundre McGaskey, BIS Individualized Studies
Wendell McKines, BIS Individualized Studies
Krystal McNutt, MA Education
Ntengwa Mukosa, MA in Industrial Engineering
Diana Nzau, BBA International Business, Finance and Economics
Suleiman Okoth, MA Communication Studies
Wesley Patterson, MCJ Criminal Justice
Darrius Preston, BA Psychology
Anthony Smith, BA Economics
Justina Swanzy-Donkor, BS Nursing
Breeana Sylvas, BBA Finance
Ndem Tazoh Tazifor, DOD-Doctor of Economic Development
Aunya R. Thomas, BS Education
Aisha Abdul Wahab, BS Biochemistry
Adrianna Williams, BA Criminal Justice, Minor in Forensics
Deann Williams, BS Geography; BA Sociology,
Christine Wilson, BA in English
Dejuan Yates, BCJ Criminal Justice

HFSC Grads 5-12

Chicano Programs and the Hispanic Faculty/Staff Caucus jointly recognized the following twenty-four graduating students on May 9, 2012.

Isaac Aguilar, Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management
Edgardo Amaro, Bachelor of Science in Surveying Engineering
Mayela Arrieta, Bachelor of Business Administration & Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
Alejandra Covarrubias, Bachelor of Social Work
Adan Delval, Bachelor of Arts in Government & Spanish
Ruben Escarsega, Jr., Bachelor of Individualized Studies
Haydee Franco, Bachelor of Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Human Resources & Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
Nicole Hogan, Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Bernice Jauregui, Bachelor of Sociology, Minor: CEP/Business Administration
Saul Luna, Bachelor of Elementary Education-TESOL/Bilingual Endorsement
Daniel Mendez, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
Luis Negrete, Bachelor of Science in Aerospace
Amanda Orta, Bachelor of Individualized Studies
Juan C. Porras, Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Britni Rouse, Bachelor of Business Administration
Antoinette Sellers, Bachelor of Psychology with High Honors
Ashley Sexton, Bachelor of Human Resource Management
Breeana Sylvas, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
Adam Trejo, Bachelor of Arts in Government
Elizabeth Urrias, Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition and Food Science & Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
Diana Magallanez, Master of Arts in Education in Curriculum & Instruction
Wesley Patterson, Master of Criminal Justice
Jessica Rodriguez-Herrera, Master of Public Health
Teofilo Ugalde, Ed.D. in Educational Administration

The Sexual and Gender Diversity Resource Center awarded academic and leadership stoles to eleven students on April 20, 2012. These students are:

Melissa Bertolo, MSW & MPH
Catherine K. Chen, BA in Economics
Adan Delval, BA in Government & Spanish
Grady Easterling, BA Theatre
Philip L. Hernandez, BS Hotel Restaurant and Tourism Management
Rachel Hilley, BS in Biology
Megan Janson, BA Psychology & Criminal Justice
Tanner Morris, BA English with and emphasis on Creative Writing
Troy Reister, BA in Family and Child Sciences with a Minor in Psychology
Patrick Schuler, MA in Public Administration
Breeana Sylvas, BBA in Finance

DECEMBER 2011

The Office of Student Diversity and Outreach honored numerous graduating students with academic and leadership diversity stoles in December 2011!

Image of AIP Graduating Students

Thirty-six American Indian students graduated from NMSU in December 2011.  American Indian Programs awarded Diversity Stoles to seven students, who were honored on December 1, 2011.  These students are:

Ricky Begay, Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology
Marcus Benally, Bachelor of Accountancy
Arlacee Livingston, Bachelor of Science in Biology, with a minor in Biochemistry
Sharmaine Ramon, Bachelor of Arts in Communications
Monica Redhouse, Master of Science in Civil Engineering
Frederick Sabaquie Jr., Bachelor of Criminal Justice, with a minor in History
Rochelle Vandever, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

Joining us at the recogition dinner and shown in the photo are Marcus Benally, Greg Cajete, Joe Gladstone,  Juanita Herrera, Aracelee Livingston, Justin McHorse, Bernadette Montoya, Dana Nez, Michael Ray, Monica Redhouse, and Frederick Sabaquie, Jr.

Image of HFSC Diversity Stoles Dec 2011

Chicano Programs and the Hispanic Faculty/ Staff Caucus jointly recognized the following fifteen graduating students on December 7, 2011:

Jon Blazak, Master of Accountancy
Krystal Chavarría, Bachelor of Science in Education
Melissa Chavira, Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction
Mikayla De Hoyos, Bachelor of Arts in English
Terry Evaro, Bachelor of Science in Family & Child Science
Kalyn García, Master of Accountancy
Yesenia Norma Godoy, Master of Public Administration
Donna Gomez, Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Lorena Jacquez, Bachelor of Science in Education
Stephanie Noriega-García, Bachelor of Business Administration
Olga Ostos, Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration
Diana Saavedra, Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Juan Saenz, Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Languages
Bri-Onna Slade, Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Mayra Valtierrez, Master of Arts in Spanish

Image of SGDRC Stoles Ceremony Dec 2011

The Sexual and Gender Diversity Resouce Center awarded academic and leadership stoles to seven students who graduated from NMSU on December 10, 2011. These students are:

Maryel Aranda, Bachelor in Accountancy with a Minor in Finance and a Minor in Risk Management and Insurance
Marcus Benally, Bachelor of Accountancy
Sarah Cairns, Bachelor in Women’s Studies
Vanessa Cull, Bachelor in Individualized Studies
Roberta Flores, Bachelor in Individualized Studies
Jeanette Jones, Bachelor in Women’s Studies
Jalilah Lopez, Bachelor in Individualized Studies with a Minor in Business Administration