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    May 29, 2024  
2009-2010 Academic Catalog 
2009-2010 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

New Mexico Military Institute

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Key Personnel


The Board of Regents

Phillip C. Ingram ‘67 HSG, President   Albuquerque
John M. Henderson, III ‘64 JCG, Vice President   Albuquerque
 J. William Himes PhD 1990 JCX, Sec/Treas   Taos
Stephen D. Paternoster, FMP ‘79 HSG, member   Albuquerque
John F. Russell, II ‘69 JCG   Roswell

Officers of the Institute


(Year) indicates beginning of Institute service.


   Jerry W. Grizzle, Major General, USARNG Ret (2009) Ph.D., Oklahoma State University
Executive Vice President
  Judy A. Collins, Colonel, NMMI (1980) M.B.A., Eastern New Mexico University
Dean of Academics
  Douglas J. Murray, Brigadier General, USAF Ret (2007) Ph.D., University of Texas
Commandant of Cadets
  Richard V. Geraci, Brigadier General, USA Ret (2005) M.S., Florida Inst of Tech, M.A. Webster University,
Athletic Director
  Dwight Burns, Colonel, NMMI (1978) (1984) B.S. Angelo State University
Vice Dean/High School Principal
  George Brick, Colonel, NMMI (2007), M.S., Troy State University
Vice President of Enrollment and Marketing
  Jeffery A. Savage, Lieutenant Colonel, NMMI (2007), B.S. Brigham Young University
Vice President for Facilities
  David West, AIA, RLA (2005)
Director of the Toles Center for Academic Excellence
  Jerome J. Klopfer, Colonel, NMMI (1984), MLS University of Michigan
Director of the Daniels Leadership Center
  Sonia Cowen, (2003), Ph.D. Gonzaga University

General Information


The Corps of Cadets at New Mexico Military Institute operates within the framework of a military organization with a cadet chain of command, headed by a Cadet Regimental Commander, under the supervision of the Commandant of Cadets and his staff. Working closely with the regimental commander and other cadet commanders, the staff is composed of officers and noncommissioned officers of the U.S. Army in the Military Science Division and other highly trained professional leaders, either retired military or with military experience. Upon enrollment, new cadets become part of the Corps under the traditional “new cadet-old cadet” system. New cadets are generally assigned to rooms in the barracks with fellow new cadets of the same academic year. Periodically, they may have a roommate that is one class behind or ahead of them. As a new cadet, the cadet is trained and held to the highest standards.


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