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    Portrait of Betsy Cahill

    Instead of being at the bottom in child health and well-being, New Mexico should strive to meet the intellectual, economic, physical and social-emotional potential of all its children. We can do this through increased funding for programs serving young children.
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  • Photo of the Week

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    NMSU kinesiology students run 40-yard sprints on the track Thursday, February 11, 2016.
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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

    Portrait of Ashley Jurado

    As the event planner for the NMSU College of Arts and Sciences, Ashley Jurado works directly with the dean to plan and promote events for the college. Jurado has worked at NMSU for nearly 7 years, joining the College of Arts and Sciences last fall. The college hosts around 48 events a year, ranging from small meetings for faculty senators, to the premiere “A Starry Night” event, which raised more than $25,000 this year for the Dean’s Fund for Excellence. “This job is so much more than event planning,” Jura
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  • Around the State

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    2016 J. Paul Taylor Social Justice Symposium committee members, back row from left: Iñigo García-Bryce, Audrey Hardman-Hartley, Magdalena Girón, Neil Harvey, M. Catherine Jonet and Daniel Taylor. Front row (seated) from left: Myra Llerenas, Associate Dean Anne Hubbell, the Honorable J. Paul Taylor, Laura Anh Williams and Camilo Pérez-Bustillo. Regular committee members not pictured: Michael Ray, Sandra Deshors and Frank Lopez.
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  • NMSU alums raise thousands for Aggie Cupboard food pantry during Homecoming

  • NMSU Arrowhead Center’s Aggie Shark Tank event continues to grow

  • Two women walk down the sidewalk.

    NMSU ranks in top 50 best value online colleges for 2017

  • Man and woman sitting in a lab

    NMSU Plant Diagnostic Clinic receives national accreditation

  • Three people with a plaque

    NMSU’s Llorente-Ontiveros receives ‘A’ Mountain staff award


NMSU Aggie fans raise an 'L for Lori' Portrait of Lori Paulson

New Mexico State University football fans are quick to get their “Guns Up” to support the Aggies. But a different version of that salute during halftime of Saturday’s game honored a special person the football program lost earlier this year.

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NMSU ranks in top 50 best value online colleges for 2017 Two women walk down the sidewalk.

New Mexico State University has been ranked 35th on the Top 50 Best Value Online Colleges for 2017 by Value Colleges, an independent online guide to the best values in undergraduate and graduate education.

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NMSU to host sustainable agriculture conference preparing for climate change

LOS LUNAS, N.M. – Solar radiation, temperature and precipitation are the main drivers of crop growth and yield. As a result, agriculture has always been highly dependent on climate patterns and variations.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center’s Aggie Shark Tank event continues to grow

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University hosted its third Aggie Shark Tank event Wednesday at the Las Cruces Convention Center, and while the “shark” investors may have chosen not to bite on any of the business opportunities that were offered up by student and alumni entrepreneurs, they did share an ocean of advice on how they might take their ideas to the next level, along with an offer to try out one product, which may prove more valuable than an investment.

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New Mexico State Rodeo team to host Cowboy Reunion

The New Mexico State University Rodeo Team and longtime rodeo team supporter Frank DuBois will host the second Cowboy Reunion Oct. 28 and 29, for all past and present rodeo team members.

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NMSU alums raise thousands for Aggie Cupboard food pantry during Homecoming

A food pantry that provides needed support to students and employees at New Mexico State University and Dona Ana Community College received an infusion of cash at a crucial time, thanks to a Homecoming week partnership between the university’s Alumni Association and several Las Cruces restaurants.

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What’s next for National Park Service? Expert says no easy answers Head and shoulders of man

An environmental historian with more than 30 years of experience will talk about the challenges facing the U.S. National Park Service as part of a lecture series at New Mexico State University.

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