By Carol Woodland, Staff Reporter According to the CNM website, final exams are just around the corner for students in Math, Science and Engineering or Communications, Humanities and Social Sciences classes. Kevin Macken, Biology major said this year he is going to try some new ways to keep […]
By Carol Woodland, Staff Reporter This summer CNM is offering more courses in online or condensed eight week format than ever before, said Brad Moore, Director of Marketing and Communications. CNM began offering the eight week courses during the 2013 Summer term as a pilot program to test […]
By Carol Woodland, Staff Reporter | Photos by Carol Woodland How did you react to the Albuquerque Police Department report from the Department of Justice released on Thursday, April 10?
By Carol Woodland| Staff Reporter American Indian Science and Engineering Society AISES meets the second Friday of every month at 12 p.m. at the SSC, room 205 Next meeting: Friday, April 11 Club Advisor: Dee Bluehorse (DBluehorse@cnm.edu) AISES is a diverse group of students from different Native American […]
By Carol Woodland, Staff Reporter | Photo by Carol Woodland Dr. David Jackson, Professor of Business and Technology said he has many passions in life he has been lucky to turn into lucrative careers, but the most recent of which is teaching martial arts classes at his dojo, […]
By Carol Woodland, Staff Reporter | Photo by Carol Woodland In partnership with the Native American Task Team, CNM’s chapter of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society plans to hold a 5k fun run and one mile walk on Sunday April 6, said Teresa Billy, Academic Adviser and […]
By Carol Woodland, Staff Reporter An exciting change is coming for students pursuing an Associate of Arts in English degree from CNM said Stephen Mathewson, chair of the English department. Starting in fall of 2014 students will be able to pursue an AA in English completely online, he […]