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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

    A man stands next to a brick wall.
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    William Shakespeare wrote “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” If that’s true, Matt Reynolds is a key player at New Mexico State University who makes the magic happen. In the midst of constant activity at the Center for the Arts, where he claims there’s never a dull moment, Reynolds strives for excellence and stays busy fulfilling a number of responsibilities.
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  • Around the State

    This is the 4-H logo.

    Sprinkled across different tables of the Eagle Road Community Center in Belen, N.M. are eager 4-H members anticipating the fun and knowledge to be shared through the sixth annual New Mexico 4-H Home Economics Schools.
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  • Photo of the Week

    Photo of water droplets flying through the air in foreground with soft-focus image of construction site in background.

    Sprinklers water the lawn just east of the Domenici Hall contruction project.
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  • Two men in canola field

    Special Field Day at NMSU’s Clovis Science Center explores winter canola as alternative crop

  • Microscopic slide showing tree-ring like shard of bone

    NMSU student monitors fish movement using ear bone

  • A group of male and female students work in a simulation lab.

    NMSU College of Health and Social Services to upgrade nursing simulation laboratory

  • Boy running under colorful parachute

    NMSU Extension expands Just Be It! program to Rio Rancho elementary schools

  • Six men stand in a row in front of filled recycling bins.

    NMSU finishes 4th in RecycleMania Tournament

Headlines

NMSU Regents give final approval for revenue bonds to support energy savings

At a special meeting April 16, the NMSU Board of Regents gave final approval to issue $15.9 million in system subordinate lien revenue bonds.

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NMSU’s College of ACES honors faculty, staff, community members for contributions to agriculture Dean Lowell Catlett opening at 2014 ACES Awards Day.

List of award winners at ACES Awards Ceremony.

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NMSU student monitors fish movement using ear bone Microscopic slide showing tree-ring like shard of bone

Graduate student conducts research on unique fish using otolith microchemistry.

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Special Field Day at NMSU’s Clovis Science Center explores winter canola as alternative crop Two men in canola field

“How well is canola adapted to the region?” and “What is the forage quality of canola?” are among topics to be discussed at a free field day in Clovis April 22.

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Researchers launch smart grid epicenter at NMSU

Researchers at NMSU are collaborating on a $5 million NSF grant to fund the newly established iCREDITS research center.

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NMSU to host talk on Mexican and Chinese immigrants influence on Los Angeles Woman’s head shot

NMSU will host a talk on the effect Mexican and Chinese immigrants had in Los Angeles featuring Isabela Seong Leong Quintana April 17, at the Nason House.

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NMSU’s College of Arts and Sciences announces spring 2014 Graduate Travel Awards

The NMSU College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Affairs Committee announces spring 2014 Graduate Travel Awards recipients.

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