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Kelly Neville Inducted into Sam Steel Society

LAS CRUCES -- Kelly Neville was inducted into New Mexico State University's Sam Steel Society in a ceremony May 4.

Neville, from Aztec, was honored for her commitment to NMSU and involvement in campus life. She is the new student government president at the university.

Neville has served as a member of the Student Alumni Association, and has acted as both executive director of public relations and executive assistant for Associated Students of NMSU. She has been a member of the Agriculture and Home Economics Council and the International Business Association, as well as the Collegiate CowBelles.

Neville received the Jerry Connelly Memorial Scholarship in 1994, and is a Regents Scholar and a Crimson Scholar.

Before coming to NMSU, Neville was a 4-H member from 1984 to 1994. She served as president of the San Juan 4-H council from 1991 to 1992 and attended the National 4-H Congress in Chicago in 1993.

Neville's parents are Steve and Mary Neville of Aztec.

The College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences ' Sam Steel Society is named in honor of the man who would have been the first graduate of the university, had he not been killed just months before his graduation.