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The 2018 Distinguished Alumni posing with their awards.Giving Tuesday final total.A Grand in the Stands WinnerA group of lady Aggie Alumni posing for the camera.The Cowboys for Cancer Research presents a check to the NMSU Foundation.


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A Spotlight on Our...

Jack and MaryLou Davis name the STEM TECH Lab.

“Jack and I both believe that proficiency in STEM is a must for the future, even if the student is not directly involved in a scientific profession. We see NMSU’s STEM TECH Lab as a unique facility that we hope will challenge students from all grade levels. The university and the state will benefit from immersive student STEM experiences as they continue their studies and, eventually, enter the workforce fully prepared for their futures.”

MaryLou Davis '69, NMSU Foundation Board President