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    The NMSU Fire Department is helping students, faculty and staff comply with the campus wide mask ordinance by patrolling and handing out masks Aug. 25. (NMSU photo by Josh Bachman) ...
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  • Aggie Experts

    In this week's Aggie Experts, the NMSU Aggie Health and Wellness Center shares tips on how to prepare for flu season. ...
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  • Around the State

    In the semiarid climate of northeastern New Mexico, farmers and ranchers have no guarantee of water for their crops or livestock. In the Tucumcari area, dry weather patterns can mean little or no rain for fields, and inadequate rain to replenish reservoirs that feed farmers’ irrigation canals. Water conservation is a ...
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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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    NMSU launches program to support minority students with $1 million grant from USDA

  • Man pointing at seeds in chile pod

    NMSU Extension to host sustainable agriculture webinar series beginning Oct. 1

  • Man wearing a mask and bicycling safety gear in front of a sign

    NMSU researcher co-authors article on damaging effects of social isolation due to COVID-19

  • Head and shoulders of a woman

    NMSU professors join global network researching emerging infectious diseases

  • NMSU to award posthumous degree to beloved Las Cruces educator

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NMSU launches program to support minority students with $1 million grant from USDA Headshot of a man

A $1 million grant from the National Institute of Food and Agricultural will support an innovative cross-campus collaboration at New Mexico State University that aims to transform the educational experience and increase accessibility and workforce opportunities for underrepresented students in natural resources and agriculture.

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NMSU Extension to host sustainable agriculture webinar series beginning Oct. 1 Man pointing at seeds in chile pod

It’s not too soon to start preparing for next year’s growing season, and New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service is hosting a six-part online series on sustainable agriculture topics to help growers get a head start this fall.

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NMSU researcher co-authors article on damaging effects of social isolation due to COVID-19 Man wearing a mask and bicycling safety gear in front of a sign

While scientists and doctors are still working to understand the virus that causes COVID-19, the pandemic has also had many indirect effects on the health of people working remotely while in isolation.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center’s Innoventure program to host K-12 Business Pitch competition Girl holding and pointing to a container filled with red liquid

If your kids are trying to sell you their latest invention at the dinner table, let them try to sell it to a larger audience by participating in Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University’s new and free-to-enter K-12 Business Pitch competition.

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NMSU professors join global network researching emerging infectious diseases Head and shoulders of a woman

Last week the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health, announced that it has awarded 11 five-year grants valued at approximately $82 million to establish the Centers for Research in Emerging Infectious Diseases (CREID).

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NMSU to award posthumous degree to beloved Las Cruces educator

Jed Hendee was close to completing his dissertation on his path to earning his doctorate in Educational Leadership and Administration from New Mexico State University’s College of Education when he passed away in May, following a six-year battle with brain cancer. On Friday, NMSU will honor his lifelong commitment to education and the impact he had on students throughout New Mexico by approving conferral of a posthumous doctoral degree on Hendee during a meeting of the Board of Regents.

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New state 4-H leadership team planning virtual workshops for club members Green poster with 10 photos

A team of 10 new officers and ambassadors are entering their term as New Mexico’s 4-H state leadership and feeling enthusiastic about serving the organization and their fellow members.

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