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  • Featured Photo

    Construction continues on the I-25 interchange at University Ave. Pictured here will be the future roundabout and gateway to NMSU. (NMSU photo by Josh Bachman) ...
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  • Aggie Experts

    Haven't decided on your Halloween costume yet? This week's Aggie Experts provides tips on how you can easily make the spookiest costume at home! ...
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  • Around the State

    Dead birds

    A New Mexico State University researcher who is part of a group of scientists leading efforts to uncover the unknown force responsible for killing possibly millions of migratory birds across the Southwest believes the deaths may be signaling much graver ecological troubles.
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  • NMSU History

    Black and white photo of woman

    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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    Prominent public health expert joins NMSU

  • Man sits at desk.

    NMSU engineering professor receives Department of Defense DURIP grant

  • Man standing behind grape vines.

    NMSU Extension offers grape vineyard workshop online

  • People participating in a Zoom meeting

    Arrowhead Center EnergySprint educates businesses on New Mexico’s clean energy economy

  • Man signs a proclamation

    NMSU invites campus community members to join virtual Chancellor Walk

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Prominent public health expert joins NMSU Man sits on table.

A public health expert whose research has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Yahoo News and several other major media outlets is the newest faculty member in the College of Health and Social Services at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU’s Office of Experiential Learning partners with JCPenney to host Suit-Up event Oct. 25

New Mexico State University’s Office of Experiential Learning and JCPenney will host the third annual Suit-Up event from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25, at the Mesilla Valley Mall, 700 Telshor Blvd., Ste 2000.

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NMSU engineering professor receives Department of Defense DURIP grant Man sits at desk.

Krishna Kota, associate professor of thermal sciences and energy in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at New Mexico State University, has received a nearly $250,000 Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP) grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to purchase equipment for conducting research on the cooling of directed-energy weapon systems.

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NMSU Feminist Border Arts Film Festival retrospective Oct. 24-25 Two women smiling

Two New Mexico State University gender and sexuality studies professors and creators of the Feminist Border Arts Film Festival were invited to recap five years’ worth of their work in a two-hour retrospective program of short films and video art in collaboration with 516 ARTS, a non-collecting, contemporary art museum located in Albuquerque.

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NMSU Black Programs to host first Girl Trek walk in NM Oct. 22 Flyer of event

New Mexico State University's Black Programs will host a two-mile walk Thursday, Oct. 22, as part of a national initiative for African-American women and girls that promotes healthy living, families and communities through walking.

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NMSU Extension offers grape vineyard workshop online Man standing behind grape vines.

ABIQUIU – This year’s grape crop has been harvested, but the work is not over. Now is the time to reassess and prepare the vineyard for winter.

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Arrowhead Center EnergySprint educates businesses on New Mexico’s clean energy economy People participating in a Zoom meeting

EnergySprint, the successful business accelerator hosted by Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University, recently primed participants to contribute to New Mexico’s emerging clean energy economy. The six-week venture builder allowed New Mexico innovators to focus on what made their technologies unique and what they could do to improve – by getting in front of real customers and hearing immediate feedback.

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