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  • Viewpoints

    Head and shoulders of woman

    From my first day as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at New Mexico State University five years ago, I knew that community partnerships would be the cornerstone of my vision for the college. In reaching out to the local business owners and organizations, I found individuals and groups in Las Cruces and beyond who care deeply not only for NMSU as a center of learning, but also as an important partner for the success of businesses and families in southern New Mexico.
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  • Photo of the Week

    leaves change colors in front of O'Donnell Hall

    Leaves change colors outside of O'Donnell Hall as fall arrives on the NMSU campus Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015.
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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

    Researchers in lab

    New Mexico State University faculty and staff who wish to seek private funding from corporations and foundations for NMSU programs are now able to use the NMSU Grants and Research Information Database, or GRID, to find information about funding opportunities.
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  • Around the State

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    Annually, nearly 900 community members attend the Fall Farm Festival hosted New Mexico State University’s Valencia County Extension office and the county’s 4-H Council.
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  • The business of education: Can an MBA program help close the school achievement gap?

  • Woman in baseball cap holding a fish

    NMSU graduate student conducts fish research from the depths of the Grand Canyon

  • Students pose with NMSU President Garrey Carruthers

    Aggie Pride Call Center students learn valuable skills, create lifetime giving opportunities

  • Two women walk down international mall.

    NMSU’s mentorship opportunities, lower cost help students earn top tier education

  • Photo of researcher at presentation

    NMSU biology department awarded $400,000 for dengue virus research


Las Cruces native is one of six first-ever Conroy Scholars at NMSU Young woman in red shirt with black jacket

Las Cruces native and Mayfield High School graduate Angela Kearns has joined five other freshmen as the first-ever Conroy Scholars at New Mexico State University.

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The business of education: Can an MBA program help close the school achievement gap?

On a fall morning in Las Cruces, Picacho Middle School Assistant Principal Toni Hull walks the building and chats with students as they wend their way to class. Some of these young people have never lacked the resources they need to be able to focus on learning. For others, there are many distractions – an unstable home life, an empty fridge, a language barrier – that make learning a challenge.

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NMSU researchers witness first accelerator-born neutrinos Blue background with various colored marks

One hundred billion ghostly subatomic particles pass unnoticed through the tip of your finger every second. Chances are you’ll never see a neutrino, unless you’re a physicist.

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NMSU’s mentorship opportunities, lower cost help students earn top tier education Two women walk down international mall.

For Rose Perea, a Las Cruces native and daughter of a New Mexico State University employee, NMSU was not only like a second home, it was an open door to a life where she had the opportunity to reach her full potential.

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NMSU students win CampusLink competition, will present video game idea in Peru Photo of two men and two women against a video screen with a green light.

Four graduate students from the New Mexico State University College of Education’s Curriculum and Instruction Department won a trip to Peru during last month’s CampusLink technology and innovation conference.

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NMSU’s 52nd Quality Concrete School set for January

New Mexico State University’s Engineering New Mexico Resource Network will start off the New Year with its 52nd annual Samuel P. Maggard Quality Concrete School that includes workshops and lectures covering various concrete-related topics.

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NMSU biology professor publishes ‘Parrots of the Wild’ as part of mentor’s legacy “Parrots of the Wild” book cover

With their tight social relationships, long lives and big brains, New Mexico State University biology professor Tim Wright considers parrots to be the most human of all birds.

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