The Graduate Student Council is here to support the the research and teaching of NMSU graduate students.

  1. We facilitate funding reimbursement to grad students traveling to conferences. Learn more

  2. We organize annual events such as Gradulicious and the Graduate Research and Arts Symposium.

  3. We act as liasons between the Associated Students of New Mexico State University, Graduate Student Organizations (GSOs), and the NMSU administration.


Announcement: Graduate Student Position Available - Posted on July 7, 2022


Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social (MALCS) at New Mexico State University seeks a Graduate Assistant

The GA will be mentored by three advisors, Drs. Flores Carmona. Hamzeh, and Badoni, as we house the Chicana/Latina Studies Journal at NMSU. He/she/they will learn about what it takes to lead national, interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal.  The GRA will provide support in building and maintaining the Journal’s database of scholars, potential editorial board members, and reviewers. We will be purposeful/intentional in seeking the work of emerging scholars and artists that are enacting innovative, interdisciplinary pedagogical approaches, methodologies and ways of reading the world. The GA will help the journal editors solicit submissions on specific topics/themes given current socio-political moments in the U.S. and beyond. We will create calls for article, creative essays, and book review submissions from people working with decolonial approaches and enacting collaborations with transnational/transborder scholars.  

The GA will provide support with the following administrative responsibilities:  

  • Maintaining the Annual Writing Workshops and continue with a femtoring process with the workshop attendees and Colectiva femtors.  
  • Offering leadership on the MALCS Executive Committee and attend biannual meetings and Internet or telephone conference calls, as needed.  
  • Receiving and acting upon recommendations from the National Advisory Board on infrastructure, governance, and strategic planning pertaining to the production and publication of the Journal.  
  • Considering nominations from MALCS Coordinating Committee for the editorial board. 
  • Working with the Work Study on the MALCS Radio podcasts. 

Preferred skills/knowledge/year:

Microsoft Office, Bilingual (English/Spanish or English/Navajo or English/Arabic), Excellent Communication/Presentation Skills, Organization/Punctuality, First-year Master’s or Doctoral Student. 

Interested? Contact Judith Flores Carmona at judithfc@nmsu.edu.