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Dean of Students

Dr. Ann Coombes Goodman

Associate Vice President of Student Development and Dean of Students

Ann is a proud New Mexico State University Alumni and former member of the NMSU Women's golf team. Dean Goodman returned to NMSU in 2019 after spending 31 years at Texas A&M University  where she worked to develop best-practice industry processes and policies in the areas of critical incident response; student conduct and investigative models; fraternity & sorority life programs and risk management education, as well as the implementation of student engagement programs

 

 

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Associate Dean

Will Waller

Associate Dean

Will has worked in the Dean of Students for the past four years after spending the previous four years in the NMSU Financial Aid Office and 9 years working in the academic programs office in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. He is a native New Mexican and an NMSU Alumni graduating with a Bachelors Degree in Agriculture Economics and A Masters of Agriculture. Some of Will's projects during his time at NMSU include Scholar Dollar$, CAF system and the Aggie Stampede, as well as working with Student Accesibility Services. 

 

 

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Director of Student Involvement and Leadership Programs

Dr. Sarah Edwards

Director of Student Involvement and Leadership Programs

Sarah joined the Student Involvement and Leadership programs office in October after working in a variety of roles in Student Activities at Texas A&M University including advising student organizations and programming numerous large scale events, and she is excited to be here at NMSU! Since 2005, Sarah has been utilizing the Clifton StrengthsFinder tool to help individuals and groups shift away from focusing on weaknesses toward leveraging naturally-occurring strengths and talents. She earned her B.S. degree from Georgia Institute of Technology, her M.S. in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education from Texas A&M University, and her Ph.D. in Higher Education at Azusa Pacific University where she completed her dissertation studying elements of strengths and social norms among collegiate women in leadership.

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