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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

    Men looking at equipment on a table

    New Mexico State University engineering technology students Jeremy Laselute (left) and Mason Rust work with College of Engineering Assistant Professor Rolfe Sassenfeld (right) on equipment that Sassenfeld rescued from the loading dock waiting to be trashed and turned into an electronics laboratory.
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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

    Portraits of five department heads

    Five departments in the College of Arts and Sciences are under new leadership: theatre arts, history, CMI, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies.
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  • Around the State

    Men fixing rain gutter

    Jeff Anderson, an agronomy and horticulture agent for NMSU’s Dona Ana County Cooperative Extension Service, received the National Achievement Award.
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  • Snap of the Denali National Park and Preserve

    NMSU professor explores Alaska in ‘Global Connections’ talk

  • Two young women walking on the NMSU campus.

    NMSU begins participation in SARA to help students with interstate distance education

  • NMSU teams up with University of Arizona to train Mexican universities in extension

  • #NMSUSummerDiscovery: NMSU Study Abroad program to host Instagram photo contest

  • Two men, seated, talk with a woman, standing

    Investment company selects Arrowhead-supported business for competitive program

Headlines

NMSU College of ACES to host ‘Welcome Home Aggies’ event

WHAT: “Welcome Home” Street Festival

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NMSU to conduct bag searches at Aggie Memorial Stadium, other events this fall

New Mexico State University will begin checking bags for prohibited items at all NMSU football games, as well as at other major events on the Las Cruces campus.

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New department heads assume leadership roles in NMSU’s College of Arts and Sciences

As New Mexico State University rings in the new academic year, the College of Arts and Sciences welcomes five fresh faces as department heads.

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NMSU teams up with University of Arizona to train Mexican universities in extension

New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service has partnered with the University of Arizona to help several Mexican universities increase their capacity to develop and deliver extension programs in rural communities throughout Mexico.

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NMSU begins participation in SARA to help students with interstate distance education Two young women walking on the NMSU campus.

This summer, New Mexico State University was approved to participate as an institution of the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) after the state of New Mexico joined the initiative in May. Vermont and Wyoming also joined 20 other states as members of SARA.

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NMSU to host Southwest Institute for Health Disparities Research conference Sept. 11

The New Mexico State University College of Health and Social Services will host the Southwest Institute for Health Disparities Research 2015 Conference: Academic-Community Partnerships to Address Health Disparities in the Border Region from 1-5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11, at the Pete V. Domenici Hall Yates Theater. The event is free and open to the public.

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NMSU professor explores Alaska in ‘Global Connections’ talk Alaska viewed from the sky

As the original mastermind behind the “Global Connections” talks hosted by NMSU’s College of Arts and Sciences, Jon Hunner, an NMSU history professor and historian, is kicking off this year’s events with a discussion of Alaska.

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