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CNM Students Place in Screenwriting Competition
April 27, 2017 -- CNM students took first and third place in the Scholastic Screenwriting Competition sponsored by the New Mexico Film Foundation. Their scripts were read by local actors during a gala at the Governor’s Mansion in Santa Fe on Friday.
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CNM Hosting ‘Reinventing Retirement: What’s Next’ Workshop on May 4
April 27, 2017 -- For those who are retired or nearing retirement, Central New Mexico Community College is hosting a seminar to help retirees learn how to stay engaged in the workforce through a second career or how to share their valuable knowledge as a volunteer in the community.
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College & Career High School Ranks 4th in State in Annual School Grading Report
Aug. 29, 2017 -- The College & Career High School (CCHS), a partnership between Albuquerque Public Schools and Central New Mexico Community College, posted the fourth best score in the state and the highest score among APS in the New Mexico Public Education Department’s annual school grading report that was released last week.
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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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CNM Theatre Students Recognized for Film They Created in 48 Hours
November 11, 2015 -- Several CNM theatre students were recognized for their work on a film they created in just two days as part of the Albuquerque 48-Hour Film Science Fiction Project.
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Students Organize Toy and Winter Coat Drive
CNM's Executive Council of Students is conducting a toy and winter coat donation drive that will benefit children in the area. "We really care about our community and we wanted to help out any way we can," said student Stephen Martos, president of the Executive Council of Students. "We thought a toy and coat drive would be the perfect way to help our community this holiday season."
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New Dean Talks About Her Vision for BIT
Donna Diller, currently the associate dean for the School of Business & Information Technology (BIT), will become the new dean for the School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) on Jan. 2. She recently took some time to talk about her vision for BIT and some of the bigger challenges BIT faces in the years ahead.
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Employees Honored for Outstanding Work
CNM employees Anthony Rael, Pam Etre-Perez, Tom Pierce and Christine Duncan were recently honored by the college for outstanding efforts, which included establishing an English as a Second Language class for CNM Operations employees and for organizing the disbursement of $23 million in financial aid to students.
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Record Number of Students Walking in Graduation Ceremony
The thrill of becoming a college graduate as thousands of supporters cheer from the seats of Tingley Coliseum is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that continues to gain popularity. At noon on Saturday (Dec. 8) in Tingley, more than 620 graduates will walk in the Fall 2012 CNM Graduation Ceremony, which will set the college record for participation in a graduation ceremony.
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