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NMSU Hotline — May 22, 2017

NMSU alumna?s legacy supports the Aggie athletes and scholars she loved

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While she was a student at New Mexico State University, Brandy Streit worked on satellite tracking at the Physical Science Laboratory. When she wasn?t sitting in front of a computer, she could be found at an Aggie basketball game, sometimes joined by her parents, Ed and Sandy Streit, who would come from Roswell to travel with her to away games.

Brandy earned her degree in computer science at NMSU in December 1993. An active woman, a Girl Scout and a dancer, she was the vibrant and joyful heart of her family, so it came as a shock when at 34, with no warning, Brandy passed away of a pulmonary thrombo-embolism.

Following the devastating tragedy of their daughter?s early death, Ed and Sandy Streit decided to take her legacy and build it into a force for influencing the futures of other students at New Mexico State University.

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Campus Announcements

Pontelli named dean of Arts and Sciences college at NMSU

A New Mexico State University Regents professor with nearly two decades of service to the university was selected to become dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Enrico Pontelli has accepted the appointment after serving as interim dean of the college since February of last year.


'How to do Webconferencing and Webinars' summer online course offered

Have online learning fun in EDLT 578 Design and Delivery of Webconferencing and Webinars this summer. Become proficient - maybe even a professional - in designing, developing and conducting online webinars in this hands-on 100 percent online course (CRN-24008).

For more information, please contact Susie Bussmann, director of distance education, at 575-646-1650.

Information Technologies faculty/staff survey closes May 31

There are only a few days left to take the 2016/2017 NMSU Information Technologies faculty/staff survey. The survey closes at midnight May 31.

To take the survey, visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NMSUITFacultyStaffSurvey1617. There is an opportunity to sign up for a drawing for a chance to win an NMSU fan T-shirt or a portable Bluetooth speaker. This year's survey is a collaboration between NMSU Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and the Department of Sociology.

Updated Aggie Cash, Aggie Transit maps available

Students, faculty and staff who utilize the free Aggie Transit system to travel between classes can access both the summer and fall/spring bus stop schedules and maps at https://park.nmsu.edu/transit/ and in the ?Links A-F? section of the NMSU INSIDER mobile app available free of charge at https://aux.nmsu.edu/. Please note that only the Blue Route is operational during the summer semester and neither the Green nor Blue Routes operate in between semesters or on weekends.

In addition, Aggie Cash users can view an updated map of campus locations accepting the NMSU-maintained debit account at https://idcard.nmsu.edu/aggie-cash/. Unlike Aggie Dining Dollars, which can only be used for food, Aggie Cash can be spent on food, tickets, laundry machines and select vending machines. Visit the site for more details.

Please contact auxservices@nmsu.edu for more information.