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Home-based Early Childhood Business Accelerator Graduates 31
December 7, 2016 -- CRIANZA, an early childhood business accelerator, graduated 31 participants on Dec. 3 at CNM’s South Valley Campus. The home-based early childhood business accelerator, called “Aceleradora,” is the second cohort to complete 40 hours of instruction with 17 hours of individual coaching.
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English Instructor Receives Bosque Press Editors’ Poetry Prize
December 7, 2016 -- CNM English Instructor Julie Dunlop is the recipient of the Bosque Press Editors’ 2016 Poetry Prize. Five of her poems appear in the Bosque Press’s 2016 publication, "bosque 6." She was honored at a reading Dec. 1 at Bookworks in Albuquerque.
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Student Artwork Showcased in Louis E. Saavedra Administration Building
December 7, 2016 -- An exhibition of student drawings called “Wondergarden” is on display now through the end of the 2017 Spring Term in the Louis E. Saavedra Administration (LSA) Building on Main Campus. The students were all in a 2016 Westside Camppus Drawing I class. Each 18"x24" drawing is made using white chalk on black paper.
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Celebrate the Success of Students at Graduation Ceremony Saturday
December 6. 2016 -- A total of 633 Central New Mexico Community College graduates and 49 GED graduates will participate in the CNM Fall Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 10, at noon at Tingley Coliseum on the grounds of EXPO New Mexico. About 7,000 family members and friends of the graduates are expected to be in attendance to celebrate the life-changing moment.
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CNM Instructor Receives FAA Certification in Preparation for Drone Program
November 30, 2016 -- CNM faculty member Dr. Richard Watson, who is working with the School of Applied Technologies (AT) to implement a small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS or drone) program, successfully passed his Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 107 exam in November and received a Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Airman Certificate.
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CNM to Hold Conference on Simulation Training on Friday
November 29, 2016 -- Seventy faculty and staff from 11 New Mexico colleges are expected to attend a Simulation Training Conference Dec. 2 at CNM’s Simulation Center on Main Campus. Participants will learn about using simulation-based learning for health sciences and public safety programs and careers.
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Anthropology Students Help Enliven Primate Exhibits at Zoo
November 29, 2016 -- In nature, chimpanzees, orangutans and gorillas have to work for a living – to find food, make nests and locate shelter. In zoos, of course, they don’t have to do much work because everything is provided, and their environments are sometimes unexciting.
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Four CNM Students Travel to Colombia as Part of Global Ed Program
November 29, 2016 -- Four CNM students recently traveled to Medellin, Colombia as part of an exchange program with Colombia’s Servicio National de Aprendizaje (SENA) to participate in a one-month Cisco Systems computer networking certification program. SENA is a technical school with campuses throughout Colombia.
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Learn About CNM’s Deep Dive Coding Bootcamp on Monday in South Valley
Nov. 23, 2016 -- Learn more about CNM’s popular Deep Dive Coding Bootcamp at an information session on Monday, Nov. 28 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the South Valley Economic Development Center (318 Isleta Blvd SW).
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Kids Can Learn to Code During ‘Hour of Code’ at Montoya Campus Dec. 6
Nov. 23, 2016 -- Kids in elementary, middle or high school are invited to attend this year’s “Hour of Code” at the CNM Montoya Campus in the Northeast Heights on Tuesday, Dec. 6, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the I Building, Room 106.
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