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  • Viewpoints

    Studio head and shoulders photo of Daubney Harper.

    In primary care and family medicine, providers know that many of their patients face psychological conditions that impact their well-being, physical health and family life.
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  • Photo of the Week

    Photo of professor and two other NMSU reps standing outside with clipboards and pens in hand speaking to a client

    NMSU nursing professor John Scarbrough, second from right, works with other representatives from the NMSU School of Nursing.
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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

    Navajo woman standing in front of a flock of sheep.
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    Navajo Jesse Jim is working to improve the lives of her people as they live the Diné culture and traditions. As a life-long resident of the eastern Navajo Nation region, the New Mexico State University graduate and Tribal Extension agent deals personally each day with many of the same issues experienced by her neighbors.
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  • Around the State

    Photo of people walking by Jett Hall.

    More than $25 million in capital outlay projects are on the November ballot for New Mexico State University campuses as part of this year’s proposed general obligation bond, which would help pay for major projects at universities across the state.
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  • Goats eating a shrub

    New Mexico Sustainable Agriculture Conference set for Dec. 17

  • NMSU College of Education Distinguished Achievement Professor H. Prentice Baptiste sitting at his desk.

    NMSU education distinguished professor to serve as president of NAME

  • Three students stand by their window blind invention.

    Intel hosts Aggie Innovation Design Challenge at NMSU

  • Six students in business attire

    NMSU accounting student group wins national best practices competition

  • Man standing by equipment

    NMSU offers workshop on wells, water management

Headlines

NMSU College of Engineering associate dean selected for student outreach award Woman (right) receives award from man (left).

Patricia A. Sullivan, associate dean for outreach and public service in the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University received the Outstanding MAEStro Bravo Award in San Diego, California. MAES is the foremost Latino organization for the development of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) leaders in the academic, executive and technical communities.

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NMSU hosts first-ever Aggies Are Brave Enough to ‘Stache Up event Logo with outline of Pistol Pete image and text.

For New Mexico State University Aggies, it can be argued that Pistol Pete sets the standard for mustaches with his perfectly shaped, black mustache. In November, NMSU faculty, staff and students along with local community members can give Pete a run for his money thanks to an American Cancer Society fundraiser.

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NMSU’s ‘Road to Discovery’ Homecoming celebration kicks off Nov. 3 Students gather at the 2013 NMSU Homecoming bonfire

New Mexico State University alumni and students will celebrate Homecoming 2014 “NMSU: Road to Discovery” with several events between Nov. 3 and 9.

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NMSU Therapeutic Riding Program hosts horse carnival Nov. 1

The community is invited Saturday, Nov. 1, to join members of the New Mexico State University Therapeutic Riding Program for its semiannual horse carnival.

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NMSU graduate student, teacher honored for encouraging critical thinking in classroom Head and shoulders studio photo of NMSU College of Education graduate student Marisol Moreno.

Fourth-grade teacher Marisol Moreno is exploring new concepts in her classroom, including teaching her students to be critical of their society.

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NMSU student in running to join 2014-2015 National FFA Team 2013-2014 New Mexico FFA State Officer Team group photo

A New Mexican is headed to Louisville, Kentucky, this week to make his bid at leading one of the country’s oldest, biggest, and best-known organizations for developing young leaders, especially in the realm of agriculture.

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NMSU speakers to discuss challenges of Ciudad Juarez

The deaths have dropped from thousands to hundreds per year in Ciudad Juarez, known for years as the murder capital of the world. El Paso’s sister city is struggling to make a comeback, but it isn’t easy.

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