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    New Mexico State University is proud of the great number of services we have provided to the state and the people of New Mexico for the past 125 years.
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  • Photo of the Week

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    NMSU student Sarah McEachern chats with a friend.
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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

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    Shari Harris works closely with College of Arts and Sciences Dean Christa Slaton to plan events in support of students and faculty.
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  • Around the State

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    NMSU campuses across the state will be aglow during December, as they get into the holiday spirit along with their local communities.
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    Extension Association of NM members participate in community service

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    NMSU Extension program helps pre-diabetics make a lifestyle change

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    NMSU’s Pat Gavin receives national education award from PGA

  • Is effluent the water of the future? NMSU scientists invited to discuss issue in Rome

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    Aggie Capstone Graduation Challenge helps students cross the finish line

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NMSU receives $853,815 grant for integrated behavioral health training

The New Mexico State University School of Social Work in the College of Health and Social Services has received a three-year Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Health Professionals Training grant, funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

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NMSU Extension program helps pre-diabetics make a lifestyle change Two ladies, one standing on scale

When Barbara Dutton’s doctor told her last January that the 157 pounds she was carrying on her slight 5-foot frame put her body mass index over the line from overweight to obese, she knew she had to take action. Her father had been diabetic, and she didn’t want Type 2 diabetes to be part of her future.

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Extension Association of NM members participate in community service Three women looking at a scarf with other items in front of them.

LOS LUNAS – Sometimes a friendly word of encouragement is the moment when a person’s life will change.

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Company launched at Arrowhead Center ready for metropolitan market Man holding smart phone

A startup company launched at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Technology Incubator is taking its show on the road, bringing its text message-based concert ticketing and broadcast alert concept to one of the nation’s top music scenes – Austin, Texas.

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NMSU’s Pat Gavin receives national education award from PGA Two men hold award plaque

Pat Gavin, head of the New Mexico State University PGA Golf Management program and department head for Marketing in the College of Business, is the recipient of the 2014 PGA National Horton Smith Award in recognition of his contributions to professional development and education within the golf industry.

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Hurd family property named to National Historic Register thanks to NMSU grad Woman standing in a doorway under a bell

A New Mexico State University graduate’s final project has succeeded on a national level. The property of artists Peter Hurd and his wife Henriette Wyeth-Hurd was listed at the national level of significance on the National Register of Historic Places on Dec. 10.

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Aggie Capstone Graduation Challenge helps students cross the finish line Woman sits at a desk and talks with a student.

In spring 2014, New Mexico State University launched a new program to help seniors who left without graduating return to complete their degrees.

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