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Dona Ana Branch Community College's outstanding seniors honored

The New Mexico State University Alumni Association selected its Spring 2003 Outstanding Graduates from the Dona Ana Branch Community College (DABCC) based on outstanding scholarship, leadership, ability and participation in college and community activities.


iness and Information Systems Division honored Robert Wu, a digital graphic technology major. Wu, of Las Cruces, is a Crimson Scholar and has a grade point average (GPA) of 4.0. He works for the New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at New Mexico State and is competent in over 10 software packages.

The Health and Public Services Division honored B.C. Cashion, a radiologic technology major. Cashion, of Las Cruces, is a Crimson Scholar and has been on the Dean's List. She has a 4.0 GPA and received the DABCC Scholarship, the Memorial Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship and a Legislative Endowment Scholarship.

The Technical Studies Division honored Joe M. Telles, a facilities maintenance technology major. Telles, of Las Cruces, is active in the Facilities Maintenance Technology Association and has a 3.72 GPA. He has volunteered with the Unidad Park construction, Dona Ana mountain cleanup and the Chaparral Community Center project.

The White Sands Education Center honored Christopher A. Chavez, an associate undesignated major. Chavez, who lives at the White Sands Missile Range, is a fire control man in the U.S. Navy and holds a 3.69 GPA. He is a member of the Navy Honor Guard and is involved with the Mesilla Valley Search and Rescue team.

For more information about DABCC's outstanding seniors, contact the Alumni Office at (505) 646-3616.