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    New Mexico State University Rodeo athlete Tyler Muth wrestles his steer during the Fort Huachuca, Arizona rodeo. (NMSU photo by Savannah Montero) ...
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  • Staff Spotlight

    As a New Mexico State University alumna and Las Cruces native, Amanda Madrid has worked in the NMSU system for 11 years. In September 2017, she became coordinator for Career Services’ Cooperative Education and Internship Program. Madrid’s focus is to assist students with finding and locating co-op/internship opportunities within their ...
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  • Around the State

    The recent enforcement of a federal regulation regarding transporting animals across state lines for commerce has confused not-for-profit haulers including 4-H and FFA families. New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences had created a publication that will help these groups understand the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration ...
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    NMSU graduate student researches New Mexico’s Rio Grande cutthroat trout decline

  • People sitting, crouching standing on large rocks

    NMSU geology professor studies C02 storage in rocks in Norway

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    NMSU mechanical engineering doctorate student awarded NSF research fellowship

  • A man gives a man a plaque

    Anthony Aranda receives NMSU’s 2018 ‘A’ Mountain award

  • Two men and a woman

    NMSU Chancellor Carruthers named Citizen of Year

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NMSU graduate student researches New Mexico’s Rio Grande cutthroat trout decline Woman wearing sunglasses standing in stream of water

A popular sportfish might spell bad news for New Mexico’s state fish. The brown trout, which are not native to North America, are a threat to the New Mexico-native Rio Grande cutthroat trout.

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Annual Aggie Memorial ceremony to be held May 2 Logo of a candle.

In remembrance of the New Mexico State University students, employees and alumni who have died in the past year, NMSU will host a memorial ceremony at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 2, at the Spiritual Center. The ceremony is open to the public.

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NMSU mechanical engineering doctorate student awarded NSF research fellowship Woman’s head shot

Samantha Ceballes, a Ph.D. student at New Mexico State University, has received the 2018 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program award.

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NMSU geology professor studies C02 storage in rocks in Norway People sitting, crouching standing on large rocks

Carbon is considered the basic building block for all life on the planet and it occurs in large volumes on Earth where is cycles through the atmosphere, oceans, soils, and rocks. Most people are likely familiar with carbon storage in the atmosphere in the form of carbon dioxide gas (CO2). However, a large amount of CO2 is in fact stored in solid form in rocks that make up the outer layers of the Earth's crust.

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NMSU Model UN team earns honors for 12th year in a row Group of people at a table

New Mexico State University’s Model United Nations team won the Outstanding Delegation award at the 2018 National UN Conference in New York City March 24-29.

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NMSU Chancellor Carruthers named Citizen of Year Two men and a woman

The Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce selected Garrey Carruthers, chancellor of New Mexico State University, as its Citizen of the Year during a gala April 6.

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Anthony Aranda receives NMSU’s 2018 ‘A’ Mountain award A man gives a man a plaque

Five characteristics within a New Mexico State University staff member’s work lead to becoming the recipient of the “A” Mountain award: diversity and inclusion, accountability, excellence, discovery and engagement.

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