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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 small child on horseback with three female instructors guiding the horse.

    A child on horseback is guided by NMSU student instructors during a therapeutic riding session.
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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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    NMSU offers workshop on wells, water management

  • Man stands near a palm tree.

    Technology drives NMSU Cooperative Extension Service into the next 100 years

  • A man and a woman with a commemorative plaque.

    NMSU honors Los Lunas employee with ‘A’ Mountain staff award

  • Girl with nose to steer’s nose

    NMSU Rio Arriba County Extension to host beef emporium

  • Sen. Pete V. Domenici is captured next to a bull.

    NMSU’s Branson Library hosts Domenici Photo Exhibit

Headlines

NMSU ‘Hunger Banquet’ highlights food insecurity across the globe

When you sit down to dinner tonight, what will be on your plate? A mound of spaghetti with a rich sauce? Roasted chicken with a heaping side of vegetables?

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NMSU jewelry students craft one-of-a-kind for annual sale

The New Mexico State University’s Department of Art’s Jewelry and Metalsmithing students will host their jewelry sale from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 27, in the lobby of the D.W. Williams Hall, 1390 E. University, next to Barnes & Noble.

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NMSU offers workshop on wells, water management Man standing by equipment

The Engineering New Mexico Resource Network at New Mexico State University and the Civil Engineering Department will present a workshop on “Wells, Pumps, Etc.” on Saturday, Nov. 1, to help improve water management during the ongoing drought in southern New Mexico.

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ASNMSU to host vigil in remembrance of student

The Associated Students of New Mexico State University will host a memorial at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, at the student memorial site on the east side of Corbett Center, honoring the NMSU student who died and other students injured from Thursday’s crash.

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NMSU to host ‘The Four Stages of Learning’ Workshop

The New Mexico State University DanceSport team will host presenter Jessika Ferm from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 20, at the Activity Center Room 226.

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NMSU rally celebrates professor’s achievements, graduate training program

New Mexico State University Regents Professor Elba Serrano takes great pride in training leaders. Since 2000, more than 320 students have participated in NMSU’s Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement (RISE), with the program yielding a degree completion rate of more than 90 percent – 60 NMSU RISE students have already earned their doctoral degrees.

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Technology drives NMSU Cooperative Extension Service into the next 100 years Man stands near a palm tree.

A century ago distributing, practical, research-based information to the citizens of New Mexico could take days, if not weeks. Today it can happen in seconds with a just the click of a mouse. New Mexico State University’s state-wide Cooperative Extension Service today uses the latest internet and mobile technologies to share information on agriculture, natural resources, family, consumer issues, 4-H, youth, community and economic development.

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