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New Mexico State University's Lisa Mendoza wins statewide logo contest

Lisa Mendoza, a New Mexico State University library specialist, is the winner of a statewide logo design contest for the New Mexico State Documents Clearinghouse in Santa Fe.



NMSU's Lisa Mendoza's winning logo design for the New Mexico State Documents Clearinghouse in Santa Fe. The logo is being used on a bookmark that informs citizens about the State Documents Clearinghouse Program. (Courtesy photo)


Mendoza, who works with state documents and serial publications, submitted her entry to the contest to bring recognition to the activities of the Clearinghouse. The State Documents Clearinghouse is a 25-year-old program that gives New Mexico citizens the ability to access publications generated by state agencies.

The logo is being used on a bookmark that informs citizens about the State Documents Clearinghouse Program and where they can find information on the broad range of topics concerning New Mexico. Mandated by the State Legislature in 1978, the program is coordinated by the New Mexico State Library in Santa Fe. It ensures that state government publications vital to the information needs of New Mexico citizens can be accessed by the public. State documents cover such topics as health, education, history, culture, arts, state government, environment, agriculture, natural resources, legislative efforts, budgets, taxes and more.

The bookmark is available at the NMSU Library and at 23 other state depository libraries around the state.

For more information contact Mendoza at (505) 646-4748 or Gary Mayhood at (505) 646-7490.