A Gift, A Legacy, A Story
There are great things going on at New Mexico State University! From funding a retreat on campus to creating a business model that will change the future, our students, friends, and alumni inspire greatness, and we want to share their stories.
NMSU engineering programs, lab benefit from Western Refining gift
Students in the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University will soon have the opportunity to work in an upgraded laboratory, study during a tutoring lesson and trael to national conferences, thanks to a gift from Western Refining. Western Refining gave the College of Engineering $50,000 to support a variety of programs this year...
"Western Refining's gifts have helped us to completely transform the laboratory experience in Chemical and Materials Engineering," said Department Head David Rockstraw... (Read More)
Rotary Club of Las Cruces makes gift to NMSU’s College of Engineering
The Rotary Club of Las Cruces has given the New Mexico State University Foundation a gift of nearly $128,000 to benefit the Alec and Margaret Hood Memorial Scholarship in the College of Engineering. Rotary Club members were inspired by GivingTuesday, which resulted in more than $2 million for scholarships and programs at NMSU....(Read More)
NMSU Estate Planning Conference for Women celebrates 10 years
Women control more than half the personal wealth in the United States – more than $14 trillion, according to a recent study by the Bank of Montreal’s Wealth Institute – and that number is expected to rise to more than $20 trillion over the next three years. While estate planning is important for everyone, regardless of the size of their personal wealth, it becomes especially important for women, who live an average of 5 years longer than men.
To help New Mexico women protect their assets, understand their unique money management needs and make plans to fulfill their end of life wishes, New Mexico State University hosted its 10th annual Estate Planning Conference for Women, Feb. 1 and Feb. 8 at the Las Cruces campus.....(Read More)