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    NMSU College of Education interim Dean Henrietta Pichon, left, and interim Associate Dean Phillip Post participate in the 2020 Teacher Education Program drive-through celebration outside of O'Donnell Hall. (NMSU photo by Josh Bachman) ...
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    Winter is upon us. Here are hints from Marisa Thompson, NMSU Extension urban horticulture specialist, for winterizing your garden to help the plants survive the cold weather. ...
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  • Around the State

    A collaborative project based at New Mexico State University to help provide resources to students and teachers for online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic recently received $463,000 from the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund.
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    NMSU graduating art students to present digital exhibition

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    Joint study seeks to understand food security in New Mexico during pandemic

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    New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium adds ExxonMobil as research sponsor

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    Homegrown film directed by NMSU professor gets international release

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    Arrowhead Innovation Fund invests in Santa Fe company that transforms cremains

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NMSU graduating art students to present digital exhibition artwork of man’s ear

The New Mexico State University Department of Art will present this semester’s bachelor of fine arts exhibit “Abnormalities,” featuring the work of Jessica Clarke and Dylan Overheim. The exhibition invites viewers to take a deeper look at personal anxieties and genetic commonalities among us through oil and charcoal techniques. The digital exhibition will open at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 9 via Zoom video conferencing. After the event, “Abnormalities” will continue to be available on the department website.

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Dino Cervantes named NMSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame 2020 inductee Head and shoulders of a man

Dino Cervantes, a local farmer, chile processor and New Mexico State University alumnus, has been named this year’s inductee in the NMSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame, NMSU’s Arrowhead Center and the Office of the Vice President for Research announced this week.

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Joint study seeks to understand food security in New Mexico during pandemic Woman seated at a lab table

While the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted lives of New Mexico residents, a group of researchers from New Mexico State University and the University of New Mexico set out to better understand how the pandemic affected food access and security in communities across the state.

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New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium adds ExxonMobil as research sponsor Woman working in a lab.

The New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium, a joint effort between New Mexico State University and the New Mexico Environment Department, has received support from ExxonMobil as a research sponsor.

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Arrowhead Center at NMSU receives U.S. Department of Energy award Accelerator logo

Arrowhead Center has received an Energy Program for Innovation Clusters (EPIC) award from the U.S. Department of Energy. The EPIC prize seeks to recognize the most innovative and impactful incubators focused on developing strong regional innovation clusters for energy-related technology and entrepreneurship.

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Homegrown film directed by NMSU professor gets international release Movie poster

“Walking with Herb” is a grassroots Las Cruces movie with an all-star cast filmed in and around southern New Mexico. Soon people around the world will be seeing it.

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Arrowhead Innovation Fund invests in Santa Fe company that transforms cremains Woman holding a smooth white stone

A final hug. A hand clasped at a bedside. Touch is a cherished sense in our final memories with our loved ones. The company Parting Stone helps those who are grieving create a new way to mourn by turning the full amount of cremated remains into smooth, solidified stones that can be touched and held.

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