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All Students Have to Log in With Different Password Today
Due to a major technology upgrade, all students will have to log in to CNM’s online services with a different password beginning today, Sept. 17.
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All-State Academic Students Honored at Legislature
Feb. 27, 2013 -- Six outstanding CNM students who were named to the All-New Mexico Academic Team were recently honored at the New Mexico Legislature.
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All-State Academic Students Honored at Legislature
February 11, 2014 -- Ten CNM students were recently among those named to the Phi Theta Kappa New Mexico All-State Academic Team and will each receive a $15,000 scholarship. They were recently honored at the New Mexico Legislature.
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Amid Giggling and Laughter, Girl Scouts Learn They Can Do Anything They Set Their Minds to During CNM Tour
Nov. 26, 2013 -- How many little girls can fit in the cab of a big rig? At least 11, CNM School of Applied Technologies (AT) instructors and staff learned on Friday, Nov. 22.
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An Innocent Man Shares His Story of Life, from Death Row to Freedom
Feb. 16, 2015 -- Juan Melendez, who spent nearly 18 years on death row for a crime he did not commit, will be speaking about his remarkable story of injustice, survival and hope at the Montoya Campus on Wednesday, Feb. 18, from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. in the J Building, Room 122. The event is free.
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Anthropology Class Visits Coronado Monument and Learns About Extinct Kuaua Pueblo
April 4, 2017 -- Fourteen students in Anthropology Instructor Jessica Craig’s Southwest Archeology class got a special tour of the Coronado Historic Site Sunday, once home to the now extinct Kuaua Pueblo.
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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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Anthropology Students Help to Empower Homeless Women
November 21, 2016 -- Fifty students in two of Matt Oppenhein’s Anthropology 1101 classes are helping homeless, near homeless and low-income women through a program designed to empower them with skills they can use to earn a living.
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Anthropology Students Learn Thousand-Year-Old Art of Arrowhead Making
April 26, 2017 -- Students in Sue Ruth’s Introduction to Anthropology classes got hands-on experience last week making arrowheads just as their ancestors did 1,000 years ago.
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Applications Being Accepted for APS-CNM High School
June 27, 2013 -- High school students and families interested in the new College and Career High School, which is being operated through a partnership between CNM and Albuquerque Public Schools, can now apply to enroll in the school online.
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