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Domenici Student Scholars research papers

Identifier: Ms-0517

Content Description

Submitted as electronic MS Word files, the collection includes research papers by participants in the Domenici Student Scholars program. The papers are organized alphabetically by author surname. Both paper and electronic copies of the research papers compose the collection.


  • 2016 - 2018

Conditions Governing Use

Authors retain copyrights to works but grant NMSU Library non-exclusive right to authorize all uses of the materials for non-commercial research, scholarly, or other educational purposes pursuant to a Creative Commons Attribution, non-commercial license (See Deed of Gift forms)

Biographical / Historical

The Pete V. Domenici Institute for Public Policy (Domenici Institute) was established on the main campus of New Mexico State University in 2008 after the retirement of Pete V. Domenici from the U.S. Senate. Through the Domenici Student Scholars Program, the Domenici Institute partners with faculty and students from NMSU and other higher education institutions in New Mexico in a semester-long academic program intended to train and inspire the next generation of public policy researchers and leaders.

After completion of the semester-long program, students have the opportunity to have their policy white papers included in the Archives and Special Collections of the NMSU Library.


.50 Linear Feet (1 letter sized Hollinger box) : : Printed copies

7 Files : : Original Microsoft Word files were printed to create paper copies.

.664 Megabytes : : The original digital files are stored on the Archives and Special Collections digital collections server.

Language of Materials



The Domenici Student Scholars research papers collection contains research white papers on various issues of public policy created by participants in the Domenici Student Scholars Program at New Mexico State University. The program is administered by the Pete V. Domenici Institute on Public Policy (Domenici Institute).

Condition Description

Guide to the Domenici Student Scholars research papers
Finding aid by Vvdaul Holloway
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Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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Repository Details

Part of the New Mexico State University Library Archives and Special Collections Repository

Branson Hall
PO Box 30006
MSC 3475
Las Cruces New Mexico 88003 USA