UNM Anderson Graduate Student Ryan Berryman Appointed as a Student Regent
June 16, 2015
UNM Anderson graduate student Ryan Berryman was appointed by Governor Martinez as a Student Regent. The student regent position is a two year term for an undergraduate or graduate student and is one of seven full voting members on the UNM Board of Regents.
Ryan graduated last month from UNM Anderson, with designation from the Honors College, and is now working toward his MBA. He has represented Anderson at student business competitions and has significant work experience with our Lobo men's basketball team.
Find out more about Ryan at the UNM Newsroom: http://news.unm.edu/news/berryman-appointed-student-regent
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