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Don't Forget to Vote on Bond C
Show your support for the vital role CNM serves in our community, as well as the critical role higher education serves across the state, by voting on Higher Education Bond C. No tax rate increase would be associated with the passage of this bond.
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Employees Recognized for Outstanding Work
Senior Director of Financial Aid Lee Carrillo and Director of Security Ernie Chavez were recognized for outstanding work they performed recently during the October CNM Governing Board meeting.
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CNM Awards First 'Full-Ride' Scholarship
CNM has awarded a former dual credit student and current CNM student, Marissa Trujillo, with the inaugural Chester French and Diana Stewart Presidential Scholarship, which is the first "full-ride" scholarship to be established at CNM.
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Welcome to the New!
This new website you're seeing today was designed with input from more than 2,000 CNM students, employees and community members. Some of the primary goals were to make the site easier to navigate and understand, and to get website visitors like you to the information you're seeking as quickly as possible. CNM hopes the new provides you with a pleasant website experience.
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Celebrated Poets Headline Spoken Word Event
The Main Campus Library will host “CNM Speaks: The Sound of Our Community," Thursday, Oct. 18 at 3 p.m. Albuquerque’s first Poet Laureate, Hakim Bellamy, will perform, as well as Andrea J. Serrano, an Albuquerque-native and accomplished poet. CNM students and employees are invited to sign up for an open mic session.
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TRiO Celebrates a Decade of Supporting Students
CNM’s TRiO Student Support Services will celebrate 10 years of helping students reach their academic goals on Friday at Main Campus. The program, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, provides support to students who are either low-income, first-generation college students or have a documented disability.
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Tutoring Center Earns Recertification as International Tutor Training Program
The College Reading & Learning Association has granted CNM’s Assistance Centers for Education (ACE), which provides tutoring to students, with its recertification as an International Tutor Training Program.
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CNM Celebrates Grand Re-Opening of Jeannette Stromberg Hall
On Friday, Nov. 9 at 2:30 p.m., CNM will celebrate the Grand Re-Opening of Jeannette Stromberg Hall on Main Campus. The renovated building has been transformed into a state-of-the-art learning facility for CNM’s high-demand healthcare programs, which is helping CNM better prepare students to provide the best healthcare possible across New Mexico.
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Acclaimed Filmmaker Presents 'Images of Indians: From Reel to Real' Tuesday Evening
Dr. Victoria Mudd, who won an Academy Award for Best Documentary for her work as director on the Native American film “Broken Rainbow” in 1985, will present her video, “Images of Indians: From Reel to Real,” from 6-7:45 p.m. on Nov. 13 at Main Campus, Smith Brasher Hall Auditorium, Room 100.
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Learn How to Save a Life at Free CPR Trainings
Project Heart Start, the New Mexico Heart Institute and a CNM event planning class have teamed up to offer the community free cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) trainings, which could prepare you to save somebody’s life. Trainings will be held Thursday and Friday.
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