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ADVANCE Data & Reports

ADVANCE Data These links allow you to download annual data on faculty and gender at NMSU and the Annual ADVANCE reports to NSF and external evaluators. 2011 Data 2010 Data 2009 Data Report 2008 Data Report 2007 Data Report 2006 Data Report 2005 Data Report 2004 Data Report 2003 Data Report 2002 Data Report Toolkit…
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ADVANCE Faculty Mentoring Program

The ADVANCE Faculty Mentoring Program is a peer mentoring program for faculty. The program promotes professional development by connecting faculty with others who can advise, coach and guide them, as well as help them understand the NMSU context. The program aims to provide both mentors and mentees with the chance to feel more connected to…
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Teaching Academy Fellows

  Dr. Laura Madson joined the faculty of the Psychology Department in the College of Arts and Sciences in August 1996. Shortly thereafter, she learned about team-based learning at the Teaching Academy. Laura has been a dyed-in-the-wool practitioner of team-based learning ever since. She now teaches 300-400 Introduction to Psychology students every academic year using…
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Teaching Academy Members 2016

Earning membership in the Teaching Academy Honorary Member Honorary membership is awarded to a person who has made extraordinary contributions to the Teaching Academy or to faculty development at NMSU. Jean Conway, Teaching Academy Jean Conway has worked quarter-time at the Teaching Academy this year, bringing her NMSU service to a quarter century. Jean has…
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Teaching Academy Members 2015

Earning membership in the Teaching Academy Most Distinguished Members The most distinguished members are the graduate student and the faculty member with the most Teaching Academy training hours who have not received the award before. Kefaya Diab, Graduate Student, English Kefaya Diab is a PhD student of rhetoric and professional communication in the English Department….
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Grants

ADVANCE at the Teaching Academy The ADVANCE grant at New Mexico State University (2002–2008) was a successful Institutional Transformation grant from the National Science Foundation. This grant worked to extend women’s participation in academic careers in the sciences and engineering. Between 2002 and 2008, the strategies used doubled the number of female scientists hired into…
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Teaching Academy Vision, Mission & Goals

Vision The Teaching Academy promotes Vision 2020 by helping NMSU educators develop extraordinary teaching lives embedded in exceptional careers. Vision 2020 Strategic Plan Alignment Mission The Teaching Academy works to improve student learning by providing professional development to NMSU educators in teaching, leadership, and mentoring. Goals Supporting teachers Improving learning By providing professional development that…
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NM-PAID Data & Reports

These links allow you to download annual data on faculty and gender at NMSU and the Annual ADVANCE reports to NSF and external evaluators. 2011 Data Report 2010 Data Report 2009 Data Report 2008 Report 2007 Report

Teaching Philosophy of Rossio Kersey

I find it fascinating to study the molecular characterization of genes and their mechanism of expression in living organisms. This characterization has been feasible in genomes of multiple organisms with the use of molecular tools. The scientific community needs to motivate young scientists to continue adding more tools and innovations to the current list of…
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Teaching Philosophy of Elizabeth Alderman

The Voyage One summer while I was in college, I scored a job as a sailing counselor. That was the summer I learned to love teaching. What interested me the most was teaching people to overcome fear. My goal was to teach sailing students to enjoy the experience, to relax and feel safe, and to…
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