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Past Diversity Stoles

May 2011

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

The American Indian Program awarded Diversity Stoles to 17 students graduating from NMSU this year; the students are:

Jessica Arrieta, Bachelor of Individualized Studies and Minor in Counseling & Educational Psychology
Michelle Belone, Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Taylor Bileen Jr., Bachelor of Science in Geography
Sophia Cisneros, Doctor of Philosophy in Physics
Natasha DeVries, Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Minor in Spanish
Kim Johnson, Bachelor of Social Work
Eryk Lee, Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Minor in Forensic Science
Daryl Lucero, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture in Wildlife Science and Minor in Biology
Willie Mariano Jr., Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Joseph Martin, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education
Esther Paul, Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
Charlene Shroulote, Master of Public Administration and Minor in Women’s Studies
Heather Smith, Bachelor of Social Work
Jaime Vela, Master of Arts in Anthropology
Georgine Walsh, Master of Arts in Communication Disorders
Jourdan Washburn, Bachelor of Science in Animal Science
Antonio Yazzie, Bachelor of Arts in Government and Linguistics and Minor in International Relations

 

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Black Programs awarded Diversity Stoles to these 25 students at the Clare Belle Williams Reception held on April 27, 2011:

Daniel Agyenim-Boateng, Master of Arts in Industrial Engineering
Elaine Enyonam Attiogbe, Master of Arts in Public Health & Nursing
Britani Baldwin, Bachelor of Business Administration
Kenneth Eugene Broomfield, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design
Najeeullah Dupass, Bachelor of Science in Animal Science
Lekeah Durden, Bachelor of Science in Biology and Minor in Chemistry
Alexandria Ellis, Bachelor of Extended Learning and Community Health
Nicole Goodman, Master of Social Work
Christine Heard, Bachelor of Extended Learning and Community Health
Victoria Houston, Bachelor of Art in English
Harry Jones, Associates Degree in History
Aisha Kudura, Master of Art in Public Health
Hernst Laroche, Bachelor of Art in Government
Rita Lloyd-Mills, Master of Science in Ag Biology
Jonathan Martin, Bachelor of Science in Biology
Mikidadu Mohammed, Master of Arts in Economics
Crescent Muhammad, Master of Arts in Industrial Engineering
Christopher Muldrow, Bachelor of Art in Sociology
Christopher Nwoko, Master of Arts in Public Health & Administration
Valiza Patterson, Bachelor of Art in Communication Studies & Criminal Justice
Richard Prather, Master of Criminal Justice
Montevis Price, Master of Social Work
Mariam Sanogo, Bachelor of Accountancy
Biniam K. Tesfamariam, Doctorate in Educational Administration
Charlotte Williams, Bachelor of Art in English

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Chicano Programs and the Hispanic Faculty/Staff Caucus jointly recognized the following 34 graduating students on May 5, 2011:

Luis C. Anchondo-Flores, Bachelor of Business Admininistration in Marketing
Ilene Arreola, Bachelor of Science in Education
Marcela Arrieta, Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business
Tony Bobadilla, Bachelor of Social Work and Bachelor of Art in Foreign Language
Celeste Campos, Bachelor of Science in Family & Child Science
Angelica CastaƱeda, Master of Art in Curriculum and Instruction
Travis Dulany, Master of Art in English
Ismael Escobar, Bachelor of Art in Criminal Justice & Foreign Languages
Sarahi Gil, Master of Art in Criminal Justice
Paul Harrison, Bachelor of Accountancy
Bernice S. Hernandez, Bachelor of Art in Criminal Justice & Foreign Languages
Maria Teresa Lopez, Bachelor of Business Administration
Anton Magallanez, Masters of Business Administration
Crystal Martinez, Bachelor of Accountancy
Maria Emilia Martinez, Doctorate in Educational Administration
Olivia Andrea Martinez, Bachelor of Accountancy
Kelly Medina, Master of Art in Spanish
Carrie Miller, Bachelor of Art in English and Law & Society
Ryan Pena, Bachelor of Business Admininistration in Finance
Martha Caroline Perea, Associate of Science in Radiology
Devin Pike, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Brittney Ramos, Bachelor of Science in Family & Consumer Sciences
Cynthia Renteria, Master of Art in History
Carmen Rincon, Master of Art in Criminal Justice
Jesus Rodriguez, Bachelor of Art in Business Administration
Maria MaribelRodriguez, Bachelor of Science in Family & Consumer Science
Robert Romero, Bachelor of Science in Microbiology & Bachelor of Accountancy
Clarissa Salcedo, Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resources
Fernando Ferny Sanchez, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Mariam Sanogo, Bachelor of Accountancy
Charlene Shroulote, Master of Art in Public Administration
Trinida Tolar, Doctorate in Educational Administration
Jessica Valenzuela, Bachelor of Accountancy & Bachelor of Business Administration
Amanda Wilkins,Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education

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The Sexual and Gender Diversity Resource Center awarded Academic and Leadership Stoles to these 16 students, who graduated from NMSU on May 7, 2011:
Jeremy Calder, Bachelor of Science, Individualized Studies
Travis Dulany, Master of Art in English
Lisa Jo Elliot, Doctorate in Psycology
Rachel Howell, Bachelor of Art in English
Christian Jokinen, Bachelor of Art in Language & Linguistics and Latin American Studies
Lee Medina, Bachelor of Fine Arts
Joseph Martin, Bachelor of Education
Mark Ocegueda, Bachelor of Art in Film
Gema Ortiz, Master of Art in Education
Savannah Pierson, Master of Public Health
Montevis Price, Master of Social Work
Ramon R. Quiroga, Bachelor of Science in Education
Danielle Robert, Bachelor of Science in Biology
Charlene Shroulote, Master of Public Administration
Jourdan Washburn, Bachelor of Science in Animal Science
Antonio Yazzie, Bachelor of Art in Government.

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December 2010

The Office of Student Diversity and Outreach was busy in December 2010, as numerous graduates were honored with academic and leadership diversity stoles.

The American Indian Program recognized nine students who graduated from NMSU in December. The following students received AIP Diversity Stoles on December 3, 2010:
Yvette Lynn Aguilar – Bachelor’s, Community Health
Mauricia J. Chavarria-Quam – Master of Business Administration
Roy A. Garcia Jr. – Bachelor of Art in Criminal Justice
Priscilla Herrera – Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition and Food Sciences
Roxanne Long – Master of Science in Animal Science (concentration in domestic animal biology)
Shayna Rae McCabe – Bachelor of Art in Psychology (minor in counseling and educational psychology)

Andrea Jane Murphy – Bachelor of ARt in Journalism and Mass Communication

Darrel James Nutima – Bachelor of Art in Sociology (minors in American Indian studies and management)
Mylan Daniel Panteah – Bachelor of Science in Biology

Black Programs recognized December graduate Aaron Ofori, an international student from Ghana, who earned his Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering, with a minor in mathematics. Ofori was a member of Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences.

Chicano Programs and the Hispanic Faculty/Staff Caucus jointly recognized the following 28 graduating students on December 5, 2010:
Sylvia Acosta – Doctorate in Educational Administration
Ricardo Amaya – Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
Chris Anaya – Bachelor of Art in Government
Ricardo Calderon III – Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Nathan Chavez – Bachelor of Science in Family and Child Sciences
Ashley Curtis-Mermis – Bachelor of Business in Business Management
David Diller – Bachelor of Accountancy
Yadira Dominguez – Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Science
Ray Foote – Bachelor of Accountancy
Isaac P. Garcia – Bachelor of Engineering in Engineering Technology
Kalyn Garcia – Bachelor of Accountancy
Cesia Gillard – Bachelor of Science in Family and Child Sciences
Violet Henderson – Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, with specialization in language, literacy and culture
Manuel Lopez – Bachelor of Art in Foreign Language and Journalism & Mass Communications
Federico Freddy Marquez – Doctorate of Educational Administration
Erika Martinez – Master of Edcucation in Curriculum and Instruction
Mycca S. Montoya – Bachelor of Science in Family and Child Sciences
Maura Najera – Master of Accountancy
Marivel Oropeza – Doctorate in Educational Administration
Isaac Peddy-Coart – Bachelor of Accountancy
Joanna Perez – Bachelor of Art in Criminal Justice
Yesika L. Perez – Bachelor of Business
Jacob Romero – Bachelor of Science in Biology
Maria Samaniego – Master of Art in Family and Consumer Science
Eva Telles – Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction
Jennifer Washington – Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Juliet Welsh – Bachelor of Accountancy

The Sexual and Gender Diversity Resource Center recognized three graduates with Academic and Student Leadership Diversity Stoles on December 1, 2010:

Jared Dial – Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management
Christy Lauterbach – Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood Education
Eduardo E. Trujillo – Master of Science in Biology