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CNM Hosts Forum on Building a Stronger Workforce on Friday

CNM Hosts Forum on Building a Stronger Workforce on Friday

Sept. 24, 2015 -- CNM's School of Business & Information Technology will host a forum on building a better workforce that will feature a variety of influential community and economic leaders on Friday, Sept. 25, from 7:30-9:30 a.m. in the Smith Brasher Hall Auditorium, Room 100.

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Respiratory Therapy Students Find Thousands of Cigarette Butts in Unauthorized Areas

Respiratory Therapy Students Find Thousands of Cigarette Butts in Unauthorized Areas

September 23, 2015 -- First and second year students in Amy Tixier’s Respiratory Therapy class spent an hour last week picking up cigarette butts on Main Campus found in unauthorized smoking areas

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New Friday Fitness Fundays Start This Week

New Friday Fitness Fundays Start This Week

Oct. 20, 2015 -- You’re invited to join fun and healthy activities such as volleyball, ultimate Frisbee, aerobic exercises, stretching/foam rolling and chair yoga during CNM’s Friday Fitness Fundays this Friday from 2-4 p.m. on the grass lawn next to the Student Resource Center (SRC) on Main Campus.

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CNM Receives Grant from AARP to Help Women Over 50 Gain Employment

CNM Receives Grant from AARP to Help Women Over 50 Gain Employment

September 17, 2015 -- The AARP Foundation, a grantee of the Social Innovation Fund, awarded Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) a subgrant designed to help women age 50 and older prepare for new careers. The subgrant will be for $175,000 per year for three years.

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CNM Glass Puts New Spin on Teaching

CNM Glass Puts New Spin on Teaching

September 16, 2015 -- CNM faculty members have a high-tech, engaging new tool for teaching students. It’s CNM Glass, a system that captures video of short lectures presented by instructors who write on a tempered glass board instead of a whiteboard or blackboard. The technology behind the glass allows instructors to face students while writing on the glass board, creating more dynamic lectures that can provide more clarity and a more engaging learning experience for students.

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CNM Awarded $2.9 Million Grant to Create IT Apprenticeships

CNM Awarded $2.9 Million Grant to Create IT Apprenticeships

Sept. 10, 2015 -- The U.S. Department of Labor announced on Wednesday that it is awarding CNM with a $2,999,553 grant as part of its $175 million American Apprenticeship Grants.

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CNM Hosting Events Focused on Water Issues in the Desert

CNM Hosting Events Focused on Water Issues in the Desert

September 9, 2015 -- CNM will host several educational events focusing on water issues in the desert during September and October as part of the college's Campus as a Living Lab initiative, beginning with a kickoff event on Wednesday, Sept. 23.

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CNM Student Selected to Visit NASA in October

September 9, 2015 -- Melissa Montoya, a CNM student, has been selected to travel to NASA’s Johnson Space Center this spring to participate in the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars project (NCAS).

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CNM Starts Chapter of National Adult Education Honor Society

September 9, 2015 -- The CNM Office of Adult Basic Education (ABE) has started a chapter of the National Adult Education Honor Society (NAEHS).

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CNM Closed on Monday, Sept. 7, in Honor of Labor Day

CNM Closed on Monday, Sept. 7, in Honor of Labor Day

Sept. 4, 2015 -- All campuses will be closed and no classes will be held on Monday, Sept. 7, in honor of Labor Day.

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First Group of Nursing Students Graduate Using New Statewide Curriculum

First Group of Nursing Students Graduate Using New Statewide Curriculum

September 3, 2015 -- Eight CNM nursing students recently graduated with Bachelor of Science Degrees and Associate of Applied Science Degrees in Nursing during a ceremony held at the University of New Mexico.

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Third Cohort of Fast Track Business Degree Students Get Started

September 3, 2015 -- The new cohort of CNM students participating in the third Fast Track Business Degree program were welcomed Aug. 25 at an orientation at the STEMulus Center.

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New Website Eases Transfer Process for Students

New Website Eases Transfer Process for Students

September 3, 2015 -- A new and improved CNM website is making it easier for students to transfer to four-year public colleges in the state.

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CNM’s Fall Term Under Way

CNM’s Fall Term Under Way

Aug. 28, 2015 -- The 2015 Fall Term began on Monday, Aug. 31. CNM welcomes all students to our campuses and looks forward to helping you progress toward your academic and career goals.

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CNM Closed for First Half of Day on Friday, Aug. 28

CNM Closed for First Half of Day on Friday, Aug. 28

Aug. 27, 2015 -- Due to CNM’s annual Convocation for faculty and staff, all CNM campuses will be closed for the first half of the day on Friday, Aug. 28. Main Campus will reopen at noon on Friday. All other campuses will reopen at 1 p.m. on Friday.

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Renovated Laboratory Building Now a Cutting-edge Learning Facility

Renovated Laboratory Building Now a Cutting-edge Learning Facility

August 26, 2015 -- Starting Monday, more than 2,000 students taking biology, chemistry, geology and other science labs will be studying in state-of-the-art laboratories and classrooms, thanks to a $15 million renovation to the Laboratory (L) Building that was funded by voter-approved bonds.

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Students Scour Petroglyph National Monument for Artifacts

Students Scour Petroglyph National Monument for Artifacts

August 26, 2015 -- Several CNM anthropology students spent five days over the term break participating in an archaeological survey at the Petroglyph National Monument.

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Department of Labor Touts CNM’s Curriculum Development for IT Pathways

Department of Labor Touts CNM’s Curriculum Development for IT Pathways

Aug. 21, 2015 -- The Department of Labor has applauded CNM’s work in collaborating with other grant partners and taking the lead in implementing a common core curriculum for information technology occupations.

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Refresh Your Math & Science Skills Before Fall Term Starts

Refresh Your Math & Science Skills Before Fall Term Starts

If you’d like to brush up on some math and science skills before starting Fall Term classes, CNM is offering “Hit the Ground Running” math and science prep sessions on Aug. 25 and 26 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Main Campus in the Student Resource Center, Room 203. Students can come and go as they please.

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CNM Creates Innovative Multimedia Textbook on NM History

CNM Creates Innovative Multimedia Textbook on NM History

August 20, 2015 -- For the first time, students at CNM are using digital interactive learning to study New Mexico history. The Multimedia Interactive Learning Experience (MILE) was written by a CNM faculty member and developed by CNM staff.

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