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  • Viewpoints

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    New Mexico State University regent Isaac Pino emphasizes the need for strong education pipeline as he reflects on his six years serving on the board.
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  • Photo of the Week

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    NMSU biology professor Immo Hansen, left, and graduate student David Price compare genetic data on various species of mosquitoes.
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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

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    College of Engineering Professor Nirmala Khandan utilizes a scientific approach to photography.
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  • Around the State

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    NMSU Facilities and Services, along with Project Development and Engineering, completed 16 projects from 2009 to 2014, totaling $1,151,263 of upgrades and repairs related to compliance with the federal Americans with Disabilities Act.
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  • NMSU professor shares experience on USDA organic certification process

  • Man looks at salt cedar tree.

    NMSU experts say New Mexico will become hot spot for salt cedar beetles

  • Woman (standing at left) demonstrates an exercise to a class with two women on right looking on.

    NMSU offers free Lamaze Childbirth Preparation Class

  • An exterior photo of the NMSU Spiritual Center

    NMSU announces two significant contributions from Pat and Lou Sisbarro

  • An exterior photo of the NMSU Spiritual Center

    NMSU celebrates Spiritual Center opening

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NMSU professor shares experience on USDA organic certification process

In October, the Student Research and Education Gardens at New Mexico State University were awarded an Organic Transitions grant from the United States Department of Agriculture. The process took researchers including, Mark Uchanski, NMSU professor of the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, three years. Uchanski shares the lessons learned as well as the future benefits.

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NMSU, Sandoval Master Gardeners to host eight-week gardening series

BERNALILLO – Want to learn how to improve your yard’s soils? Or what plants will thrive in our dry climate? How about tackling pests in your garden?

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NMSU experts say New Mexico will become hot spot for salt cedar beetles Man looks at salt cedar tree.

Researchers at New Mexico State University confirm different populations of salt cedar beetles, coming from Texas, Colorado and Arizona are converging in New Mexico.

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NMSU announces two significant contributions from Pat and Lou Sisbarro An exterior photo of the NMSU Spiritual Center

New Mexico State University President Garrey Carruthers has announced that longtime NMSU supporters Pat and Lou Sisbarro will make two separate, substantial gifts to the university designated to support various projects and future initiatives.

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NMSU offers free Lamaze Childbirth Preparation Class Woman (standing at left) demonstrates an exercise to a class with two women on right looking on.

The New Mexico State University School of Nursing will host six-week Lamaze childbirth preparation classes during spring 2015 for free to pregnant women. Classes are from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesdays in the Memorial Lounge of the College of Health and Social Services building.

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NMSU hosts International Conference for Taekwondo Jan. 23-24 Group of men standing for photo

New Mexico State University’s College of Education will host the International Academic Conference for Taekwondo Friday and Saturday, Jan. 23 and 24, on the NMSU campus in Las Cruces. The event is taking place in collaboration with local taekwondo schools, Maximum Martial Arts and Gold Medal Taekwondo. The theme is “Taekwondo as a Martial Art and Martial Sport in 2015: A Collaboration of Physical Training and Academic Discourse for All.”

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NMSU celebrates Spiritual Center opening An exterior photo of the NMSU Spiritual Center

With the ceremonial cutting of a ribbon, New Mexico State University officially opened its new Spiritual Center. Following months of construction, the facility is now available for weddings, memorial services and as a location for peaceful meditation, regardless of faith.

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