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  • Featured Photo

    Stars over the east side of the Organ Mountains, July 27, 2020. (NMSU photo by Josh Bachman) ...
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  • Aggie Experts

    In this week's Aggie Experts, NMSU biology professor Immo Hansen shares tips on preventing mosquito bites this fall. ...
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  • Around the State

    FARMINGTON – Do you have land you want farmed in northwest New Mexico? Are you a farmer looking for land? We’re the matchmaker for you. New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service in San Juan County has a new program, Northwest New Mexico New Farmer Network, that’s working to connect people ...
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  • NMSU History

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    The English Building may only be 40 years old, but it’s history dates back to 1928, when New Mexico State University, then known as the New Mexico College of Agriculture & Mechanic Arts, enrolled its first Black student to graduate from NMSU. Her name was Clara Belle Williams. The English Building was renamed to honor her in 2005. She lived to be 108 years old.
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  • A man stands on a ladder.

    NMSU upgrades classroom technology to support hybrid learning

  • Color photo of a building

    NMSU to receive $130,000 in equipment to bolster COVID-19 testing capability

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    NMSU Art Museum to host ‘Pregnancy and Loss’ panel discussion Aug. 22

  • Four masked students walking

    NMSU reminds campus visitors that masks, social distancing are required

  • Fourteen individuals pose for a group photo in a Zoom video meeting

    Essential student research training goes virtual amid COVID-19 pandemic

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NMSU upgrades classroom technology to support hybrid learning A man stands on a ladder.

In preparation for the upcoming fall semester, New Mexico State University is working to transform learning environments to minimize the spread of COVID-19. As part of this effort, NMSU has outfitted dozens of classrooms and lecture halls across the Las Cruces campus with new technology that enables simultaneous in-person and remote learning experiences.

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NMSU to receive $130,000 in equipment to bolster COVID-19 testing capability Color photo of a building

New Mexico State University has signed a memorandum of understanding with the State of New Mexico to add two new pieces of equipment worth $130,000 to the testing lab on campus.

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NMSU begins search for VP-level diversity leader

New Mexico State University President John Floros has appointed a search committee to identify candidates for a new vice president position that will lead initiatives in equity, diversity and inclusion.

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NMSU Art Museum to host ‘Pregnancy and Loss’ panel discussion Aug. 22 Head shots of four people

The New Mexico State University Art Museum will host a live panel discussion, “Pregnancy and Loss,” to provide an opportunity for community parents who have experienced loss. The discussion will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22 on the Zoom video conferencing platform.

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NMSU TRIO STEM-H Student Support Services Program receives $1.2 million in funding Exterior of campus reflected in window.

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a $1.2 million grant to the New Mexico State University TRIO STEM-H Student Support Services Program. The grant will continue to fund services for students through 2025.

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Essential student research training goes virtual amid COVID-19 pandemic Fourteen individuals pose for a group photo in a Zoom video meeting

At the end of each Spring Semester, students across the country start gearing up for summer research internships and experiences at institutions across the nation. But for many of these students, the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the cancellation of these valuable summer programs.

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NMSU reminds campus visitors that masks, social distancing are required Four masked students walking

New Mexico State University’s Las Cruces campus continues to allow community members to access outdoor spaces for walking, exercising and enjoying the sunshine, but university leaders are reminding visitors to all NMSU system campuses that they must comply with state public health orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and that closing campus is an option if needed.

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