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  • Viewpoints

    By Daniel J. Howard Executive Vice President and Provost New Mexico State University New Mexico State University is engaged in a comprehensive effort to improve student success and ensure that more of the undergraduate students who begin their studies at NMSU achieve a four-year degree. A new requirement reflecting our commitment to student ...
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  • Featured Photo

    New Mexico State University graduates celebrate at the end of the 2017 Spring Commencement at the Pan American Center. (Photo by Victoria Palombit for NMSU) ...
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  • Staff Spotlight

    Patrick Mendoza is the administrative assistant for the College of Health and Social Services and has been a staff member at New Mexico State University for two years. His responsibilities include directing visitors to their destination, answering phones, keeping inventory of items in the college, completing the Space Survey for ...
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  • Around the State

    Man in cowboy hat

    New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service agents are racking up the awards. NMSU Sierra County CES Agriculture/4-H Agent Joshua Boyd earned national finalist honors from the National Association of County Agricultural Agents for his 4-H Horse Judging Manual. The NACAA’s communications competition recognizes agricultural agents on the state, regional and ...
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  • Photo of dining room

    NMSU’s Fulton Center 3rd Floor Bistro will adjust hours in July

  • Man sitting at a desk.

    Jett family donation benefits NMSU College of Engineering scholarships

  • Four females, two standing and two sitting, work on a bridge project.

    NMSU College of Engineering motivates teachers, students at trainings, summer camps

  • Three men stand behind a machine.

    NMSU engineering students design unique processing machine for local small business

  • River scene

    Scientists to meet in second annual Animas, San Juan watershed conference

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NMSU’s Fulton Center 3rd Floor Bistro will adjust hours in July Photo of dining room

New Mexico State University’s 3rd Floor Bistro at the Danny Villanueva Victory Club in the Stan Fulton Athletics Center will adjust their hours of operation starting in July.

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NMSU Guadalupe County ag agent named interim Eastern District department head Woman in black

Leigh Ann Marez has done it all during her career as a county Cooperative Extension Service agent with New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

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Jett family donation benefits NMSU College of Engineering scholarships Man sitting at a desk.

As the daughter of one of the most beloved former deans in the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University, Dorothy Jett Barr knew she wanted to give back to the university loved by her father, Daniel Boone Jett.

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NMSU engineering students design unique processing machine for local small business Three men stand behind a machine.

For their senior capstone project in the College of Engineering, Macklin Begaye, Austin Hilton and Jagg Lovato, all mechanical engineering technology students, knew they wanted a challenge. The trio, who graduated from New Mexico State University last month, selected a project to design and manufacture a machine for a local small business.

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NMSU College of Engineering motivates teachers, students at trainings, summer camps Man, standing, speaks during presentation.

School is out for the summer but both teachers and students are spending time at New Mexico State University and the College of Engineering.

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NMSU receives $4.5 million in federal funding for Upward Bound Programs

The United States Department of Education has awarded New Mexico State University $4.5 million in federal grants for the Upward Bound Programs. NMSU received a five-year grant renewal for $396,004 per year to work with Las Cruces and Gadsden high schools, a program that has existed since 1989. For the first time, NMSU has also received two five-year grants for $257,500 each to create a partnership with Alamogordo and Hatch Valley high schools.

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Scientists to meet in second annual Animas, San Juan watershed conference River scene

FARMINGTON – When more than three million gallons of mining sludge from the Gold King Mine site at Silverton, Colorado, suddenly flowed downriver into the Animas and San Juan rivers in August 2015, no one knew what to expect as a lasting impact.

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