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  • Viewpoints

    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

    horizontal photo shot from low angle shows student sprinting with sun behind her. other students stand and watch.

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

    Bryce Jorgensen trades in the cold East Coast winters for sunny New Mexico
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  • Around the State

    Group photo of 11 individuals (six standing and five seated)

    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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  • Group on phones

    NMSU leaders hit the phones to boost scholarship funds for students

  • Research shows NMSU’s Math Snacks games improve student learning

  • NMSU alumni help renovate, revitalize Questa, NM church

  • Woman in a lab coat placing plant samples in an apparatus

    Upgrades of NMSU nematode lab to help local growers

  • NMSU faculty Lois Stanford and two others work in a field

    NMSU’s partnership with La Semilla project earns national recognition from APLU

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NMSU Board of Regents closed executive session canceled, regular meeting still set for June 27

The closed executive meeting of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents scheduled for 8 a.m. Monday, June 27, in Domenici Hall Room 251 has been canceled. The meeting was to discuss personnel, real estate, water rights and threatened or pending litigation matters. This meeting will be rescheduled at a later date.

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NMSU leaders hit the phones to boost scholarship funds for students Group on phones

Scholarship committees at New Mexico State University will begin meeting in early July to make difficult decisions about how to distribute scholarships to students for the upcoming academic year. There are always more deserving students than available funds, so campus leaders took to the phones this week to help close the gap and support student success.

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Research shows NMSU’s Math Snacks games improve student learning

Spectacular flames shoot out of the exhaust pipes on a “monster” school bus as the sixth-grade driver races through neighborhoods, picking up friendly aliens and smashing glass flasks filled with a creepy green potion sitting in the middle of the road.

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NMSU College of Business names first Haight accounting chairholder Portrait of Kevin Melendrez

The New Mexico State University College of Business has selected Kevin Melendrez as its first Lionel Haight Endowed Chair in Accounting.

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NMSU engineering professor emeritus receives prestigious engineering honor Man in jacket

Conrad Keyes Jr., professor and department head emeritus in the New Mexico State University Department of Civil Engineering, was recently named the 64th member of a prestigious engineering society.

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Upgrades of NMSU nematode lab to help local growers Woman in a lab coat placing plant samples in an apparatus

Thanks to funding from the United States Department of Agriculture, the New Mexico State University Department of Entomology, Plant Pathology and Weed Science has made considerable upgrades to its nematode containment facility in Skeen Hall.

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NMSU alumni help renovate, revitalize Questa, NM church

In the late 1960’s, three sisters left Questa, New Mexico, to attend New Mexico State University and made their homes either in Las Cruces or elsewhere, but after hearing about the possible demolition of a historic Catholic church in their home town, they quickly sprung to action.

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