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    Pistol Pete and New Mexico State University Chancellor Garrey Carruthers introduce the Pistol Pete’s 1888 Ale during its launching event in Las Cruces. NMSU is only the fifth university in the country to launch an officially-licensed beer. It's named after the Aggie mascot and the year NMSU was founded. (NMSU ...
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  • Staff Spotlight

    Nicole Delgado, assistant director, STEM Outreach Center
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  • Around the State

    New Mexico State University alumna Britney Millet’s life is very busy as a design engineer for All State Insurance. The nature of her job prevents her from physically attending graduate classes. “Technically I live in Las Cruces, but I work out of Chicago and I travel all over the country, and ...
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    Termites can do it, why can’t we? NMSU research follows nature’s example

  • Man kneeling, woman standing holding weather balloon.

    NMSU faculty, students use weather balloons to test ozone levels

  • Two men on horses rope a steer at a rodeo.

    NMSU rodeo team competes in Tsaile, Arizona; Freshmen bring their game

  • Couple dancing

    Local community members to strut their stuff during NMSU’s Look Who’s Dancing!

  • Two men with hair nets on, standing in front of people working at tables.

    NMSU graduate, social entrepreneur helping to feed the hungry

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NMSU faculty, students use weather balloons to test ozone levels Man kneeling, holding white box

Students at New Mexico State University are getting hands-on experience launching weather balloons to test ozone levels in the area.

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Termites can do it, why can’t we? NMSU research follows nature’s example Man sitting at desk

Lakshmi Reddi has always admired nature. Now, the dean of the New Mexico State University College of Engineering is trying to understand biological systems to engineer energy efficient methods for cooling and heating modern structures, with the help of a grant from the National Science Foundation.

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Local community members to strut their stuff during NMSU’s Look Who’s Dancing! Couple dancing

Eight couples will showcase their best dance moves during the 10th season of Look Who’s Dancing!, the principle fundraiser for New Mexico State University’s Dance Program.

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NMSU rodeo team competes in Tsaile, Arizona; Freshmen bring their game Two men on horses rope a steer at a rodeo.

The New Mexico State University rodeo team brought some heat to the game during the Dine College National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association rodeo Sept. 15-16 in Tsaile, Arizona.

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NMSU’s AgSprint program selected as national host for Future Agro Challenge

AgSprint, an accelerator program launched this year at New Mexico State University’s entrepreneurship hub, Arrowhead Center, has been selected as the first and only U.S. host site for the global Future Agro Challenge, an international innovation and entrepreneurial competition for the agricultural technology sector and for all businesses that touch on agriculture.

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NMSU graduate, social entrepreneur helping to feed the hungry Two men with hair nets on, standing in front of people working at tables.

As a student at New Mexico State University, Jose Rodriguez discovered a passion to help people and an entrepreneurial way to do it.

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NMSU graduate student receives prestigious Fulbright to teach in Sarajevo Woman with camera, White House in background

As a child, Valerie Simone traveled extensively throughout the United States. Soon, the New Mexico State University anthropology graduate student will venture into another continent.

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