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Dummy Academic Affairs Page

The Office of Academic Affairs
  • is located in Brown 200
  • is charged with the management of the College Division of New Mexico Tech
  • serves as a focal point for both faculty and students
  • It is headed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

  • Associated with Academic Affairs:
  • All faculty members and Academic Departments
  • the Dean of Center for Graduate Studies
  • Dean of Engineering
  • the Registrar
  • the Computer Center
  • the Library
  • Educational Outreach/Distance Instruction
  • Science Fair/Science Olympiad
  • and the Center for Student Success

The Center for Student Success, formerly the Advising Resource Center, moved under the AA umbrella on January 1, 2009

 
The Distinguished Teaching Award

The Distinguished Teaching Award is awarded to a New Mexico Tech faculty member or researcher for outstanding teaching each year.

 

Congratulations to Maggie Griffin Taylor..... recipient of 2011's

Distinguished Teaching Award

 

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Distinguished Teaching Award Winners

2011- Maggie Griffin-Taylor, CLASS (Humanities)

2010- Paul Arendt, Physics
2009 - Jeff Altig, Chemistry
2008 - Gilbert Kerr, Mathematic
2007 - Warren Ostergren, Mechanical Engineering
2006 - Al Smoake, Biology
2005 - Clint Richardson, Environmental Engineering
2004 - Robert Cormack, Psychology
2003 - Carl Popp, Chemistry
2002 - Mark Cal, Environmental Engineering
2001 - Donald Weinkauf, Chemical Engineering
2000 - Deidre Hirschfeld, Materials Engineering
1999 - Emily Nye, Humanities
1998 - Ken Minschwaner, Physics
1997 - Paul Fuierer, Materials Engineering
1996 - Laurel Goodwin, Earth Sciences
1995 - William Rison, Electrical Engineering
1994 - Nicholas Haddad, Electrical Engineering
1993 - John McCoy, Materials Engineering
1992 - William Stone, Mathematics
1991 - David Westpfahl, Physics
1990 - Frank Etscorn, Psychology
1989 - William X. Chavez, Jr., Mineral Engineering
1988 - Ross Lomanitz, Physics
1987 - Alan Gutjahr, Mathematics
1986 - Howard Sylvester, Humanities

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