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Fifty-two students from New Mexico State University selected for "Who's Who"

Fifty-two New Mexico State University students have been selected to represent the university in the 2003 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges."


in students from universities and colleges around the country who are being recognized for academic excellence, service to the university and community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued achievement.

The following is a list of selected students by hometown:

Las Cruces: Cynthia O. Bertoldo, a junior marketing and Spanish major; Emily Marie Bosland, a senior marketing and French major; Grace Olivares Doan, a graduate student studying sociology; Chelsea Eastman, a senior biochemistry and French major; Erin Hughs, a senior civil engineering major; Candis Lang, a junior secondary education major; Rachel Rosencrans, a senior animal science major; Tim Wilcox, a senior pre-health nutrition major; Byrna Wilson, a senior horticulture major; and Megan Wolf, a senior business and computer systems major.

El Paso: Maria Davila, a senior civil engineering major; Robert Jauregui, a senior athletic training education major; Crystal M. Leff, a senior government major; Trisha Muhlenkamp, a senior chemical engineering major; and Rogelio I. Quiroga, a senior independent studies major.

Albuquerque: Ryan James Cody, a junior marketing major; Sarah D. Cox, a junior psychology major; Mathew W. Hill, a junior mechanical engineering major; Allyson Laberge, a junior social work major; Erin K. McSherry, a senior environmental science and Spanish major; Natalie J. Pickering, a junior secondary education major; Christine L. Stephens, a senior criminal justice major; Aimee Wells, a senior elementary education major; and Brett Winward, a junior finance major.

Animas: Belen I. Moreno, a senior Spanish and social work major.

Artesia: David Bolding, a junior mechanical engineering major.

Carlsbad: Julie Bostick, a junior agriculture and extension education major; and Sheri Chapler, a senior athletic training education major.

Cliff: Shawna Norris, a senior athletic training education major.

Clovis: Robert Brewer, a junior mechanical engineering major.

Cuervo: Becky Kelling, a senior animal science major.

Farmington: Bethany Naylor, a senior marketing major; and Eva Aimee Gonzalez Estrada, a junior international business major.

Glenwood: Penny Roethle, a junior Spanish and journalism major.

Grants: Genieve M. Sanchez, a senior horticulture major.

Las Vegas: Rafeal Antonio Padilla, a senior mechanical engineering major.

Santa Fe: Erica Jeanne Lopez, a senior athletic training education major.

Socorro: Wendy Joy Burghaus-Ruiz, a senior human resource management major.

Tohatchi: David Manuelito, a junior animal science major.

Out of state: Jill Aune, a graduate student studying social work from Bismark, N.D.; Melissa Barlow, a senior special education major from Deltona, Fla.; Melissa S. Briggs, a senior secondary education major in science and biology from Phoenix, Ariz.; Man (Chi) Lam, a junior finance and international business major from Hong Kong, China; Maria Laquerre a senior family and child science major from Bitburg, Germany; Terry Moody, a graduate student studying anthropology from Lynchburg, Va.; Andrine A. Morrison, a graduate student studying agricultural biology from College Station, Tex.; Leon O. Oloya a junior civil engineering major from San Diego, Calif.; Misato Saito, a junior sports medicine major from Tokyo, Japan; Carl Scaffidi, a junior electrical and computer engineering major from Tampa, Fla.; Greg Scaffidi, a junior marketing major from Tampa, Fla.; Kenneth (Clark) Strawn, a senior business and computer systems and economics major from Memphis, Tenn.; and Stella Verman, a senior international business major from Goor, Netherlands.

The 2003 edition of "Who's Who" is scheduled to be out during spring and will be available at most college and public libraries. For more information about the program, contact Mary Berry (505) 646-1232.