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Special Issue: July 29, 2002
The Gordon Presidency -
1998 - 2002

2002-03 Regents Scholars

Fourteen incoming students were recently selected recipients of the UNM Regents’ Scholar Program, the most prestigious of all scholarships awarded at UNM.

The recipients are Michael Anderson, Aaron Brooks, Meaghan Danielson, Daniel Darnell, Julia Dexter, Travis Gallegos, Matthew Hoffman, Tiffany Lin, Paul Martin, Shannon O’Keefe, Ambrosia Ortiz, Lauren Rasmussen, Benjamin Riggs and Whitny Schluter.

Anderson is a graduate of La Cueva High School and plans to major in electrical engineering. Brooks, a graduate of Rio Rancho High School, will major in biochemistry and philosophy.

Danielson, a graduate of Albuquerque Academy, plans to major in biology. Darnell is a graduate of Piedra Vista School and will major in political science and mathematics.

Dexter, a graduate of Highland High School, plans to major in English. Gallegos is a graduate of Manzano High School and will major in philosophy.

Hoffman, a graduate of St. Pius X High School, plans to major in engineering. Lin is a graduate of Highland High School and plans to major in pharmacy and mathematics.

Martin, a graduate of Del Norte High School, plans to major in physics and mathematics. O’Keefe is a graduate of La Cueva High School and will major in behavioral biology, theater or music.

Ortiz, a graduate of Mayfield High School in Las Cruces plans to major in fine arts/music. Rasmussen is a graduate of Albuquerque High School and plans to major in biology.

Riggs, a graduate of Highland High School, plans to major in biology.

Schluter is a graduate of La Cueva High School and plans to major in biology and biochemistry.