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    “Growing up on a farm – there’s something about it. You either love it or you hate it, and I’ve always loved it. I love the smell of the soil and growing crops,” Scott said.
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  • Around the State

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    A vital part of New Mexico State University’s land-grant university mission is to provide research-based information to the citizens of the state.
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  • Photo of the Week

    Photo of NMSU student in crowded room holding a book and talking to middle and high school students

    NMSU doctoral student Michael Alarid works with area middle and high school students.
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  • Kids playing with colorful parachute

    NMSU Valencia County Extension hosts summer day camp

  • A woman poses with a backpack outside.

    NMSU to host first-ever Discovery Days program

  • Fifteen people stand in the water behind a canoe made of concrete.

    NMSU concrete canoe students maneuver into thirteenth place at national competition

  • Car tires used as pots line a fence.

    NMSU professor uses a community garden project to eliminate stigmas of mental health

  • NM EDGE presents professional training certificates to 34 public servants

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Six NMSU students intern at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

This summer, six NMSU students are interning at the FHCRC in Seattle. Here is what they expect to learn and contribute.

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NMSU creates Aggie Development Corporation

New Mexico State University’s Board of Regents approved the creation of Aggie Development Corporation during their regular meeting July 23. The newly formed corporation will allow NMSU to better manage and develop its land, property and water assets. “The creation of Aggie Development Corporation allows New Mexico State University to operate ...

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NMSU Regents approve changes to undergraduate admission requirements

At a regular meeting Wednesday, July 23, the New Mexico State University Board of Regents approved changes to undergraduate admissions requirements.

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NMSU Valencia County Extension hosts summer day camp Kids playing with colorful parachute

NMSU Valencia County Extension hosts summer day camp

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NMSU professor uses a community garden project to eliminate stigmas of mental health Woman sits at a picnic table.

Mental health is an important issue that often isn’t discussed openly,NMSU Social Work Associate Professor Gurrola is working on ways to change stigmas.

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NMSU concrete canoe students maneuver into thirteenth place at national competition Fifteen people stand in the water behind a canoe made of concrete.

NMSU concrete canoe students maneuvered into thirteenth place at national competition.

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NMSU chemical engineering freshmen designs water filter Five people are pictured around a table with filter parts on it.

NMSU chemical engineering freshmen designs water filter

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