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    Pistol Pete and New Mexico State University Chancellor Garrey Carruthers introduce the Pistol Pete’s 1888 Ale during its launching event in Las Cruces. NMSU is only the fifth university in the country to launch an officially-licensed beer. It's named after the Aggie mascot and the year NMSU was founded. (NMSU ...
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    Nicole Delgado, assistant director, STEM Outreach Center
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  • Around the State

    New Mexico State University alumna Britney Millet’s life is very busy as a design engineer for All State Insurance. The nature of her job prevents her from physically attending graduate classes. “Technically I live in Las Cruces, but I work out of Chicago and I travel all over the country, and ...
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    NMSU graduate, social entrepreneur helping to feed the hungry

  • NMSU’s AgSprint program selected as national host for Future Agro Challenge

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    Scholarships will boost beverage expertise at NMSU

  • Family standing under sign in locker room

    Renovated Allen Family Locker Room unveiled at NMSU

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    NMSU celebrates National Hispanic-Serving Institution Week, focuses on student experiences

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NMSU’s AgSprint program selected as national host for Future Agro Challenge

AgSprint, an accelerator program launched this year at New Mexico State University’s entrepreneurship hub, Arrowhead Center, has been selected as the first and only U.S. host site for the global Future Agro Challenge, an international innovation and entrepreneurial competition for the agricultural technology sector and for all businesses that touch on agriculture.

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NMSU graduate, social entrepreneur helping to feed the hungry Two men with hair nets on, standing in front of people working at tables.

As a student at New Mexico State University, Jose Rodriguez discovered a passion to help people and an entrepreneurial way to do it.

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NMSU graduate student receives prestigious Fulbright to teach in Sarajevo Woman with camera, White House in background

As a child, Valerie Simone traveled extensively throughout the United States. Soon, the New Mexico State University anthropology graduate student will venture into another continent.

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NMSU to debut innovative TECH Center to engage students in STEM Two men at a computer

New Mexico State University will debut an innovative lab that will engage area students in the fields of education, science, technology, engineering and math this month.

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Scholarships will boost beverage expertise at NMSU Three people standing by doorway

The Society of Wine Educators has awarded three scholarships to members of New Mexico State University’s School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management.

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State historian and folk music singer to lecture and perform at NMSU Man in office

As part of Hispanic Heritage month, Sept. 15-Oct. 15, the State of New Mexico’s deputy historian, Rob Martinez, will visit New Mexico State University to give a lecture on and musical performance of northern New Mexico musical traditions on Sept. 27 in Domenici Hall’s Yates Auditorium from 5:30-7 p.m.

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NMSU College of Education to host inaugural symposium featuring national experts, state leaders

Several leaders in the field of education will speak about current trends and issues the profession is facing, along with the future of education, at New Mexico State University’s first landmark symposium, “Re-Imagining the Future of Learning.”

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