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  • Viewpoints

    Head and shoulders of woman

    From my first day as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at New Mexico State University five years ago, I knew that community partnerships would be the cornerstone of my vision for the college. In reaching out to the local business owners and organizations, I found individuals and groups in Las Cruces and beyond who care deeply not only for NMSU as a center of learning, but also as an important partner for the success of businesses and families in southern New Mexico.
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  • Photo of the Week

    Men looking at equipment on a table

    New Mexico State University engineering technology students Jeremy Laselute (left) and Mason Rust work with College of Engineering Assistant Professor Rolfe Sassenfeld (right) on equipment that Sassenfeld rescued from the loading dock waiting to be trashed and turned into an electronics laboratory.
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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

    Group photo of faculty and administrators

    New Mexico State University faculty members who recently achieved tenure and promotion were joined by administrators from across campus for a special reception May 5 at the Stan Fulton Center to honor their achievements.
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  • Around the State

    Young man kneeling beside plant box.

    Four Corners youth learned about horticulture while participating in the Youth Gardening Experience at NMSU’s Agricultural Science Center at Farmington.
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  • Line of kids holding goats by collars.

    NMSU to host regional 4-H livestock school in Santa Fe

  • NMSU College of Education professors showcase research in Washington, D.C.

  • Three men look at equipment on a table.

    NMSU College of Engineering power technology lab saves equipment from untimely end

  • Woman rakes gravel outside.

    NMSU’s Engineering Without Boundaries brings hope to homeless camp

  • Two women walk down the sidewalk.

    NMSU ranks in top 10 percent for alumni economic earnings


NMSU offers young writers camp for middle, high school students Man wearing a hat points to a page in a book while a girl watches

New Mexico State University is hosting a summer camp titled “Ink Spilling and Pixel Piling: An adventure for young writers.” The weeklong day camp runs from June 22-26. Workshops will include creative dramatics, poetry, creative nonfiction and short story writing.

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Arrowhead-supported animation business chosen for statewide ‘Success Story’ award Woman in blue shirt with camera equipment

A program offered through Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University has helped an artist turn an antique, soon-to-be scrapped piece of animation equipment into an upgraded tool that’s driving the growth of her studio, Fundamentalist Flowerchild Productions – which was selected as a 2014 New Mexico Small Business Assistance Program Success Story.

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NMSU to host subsurface irrigation workshop in Valencia County

LOS LUNAS – Having a water-conserving landscape doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t include grass.

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NMSU to host regional 4-H livestock school in Santa Fe Line of kids holding goats by collars.

SANTA FE – An annual livestock school for 4-H members will be a regional event this year, and will be offered in a new location.

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NMSU’s Phi Kappa Phi honor society moves to Conroy Honors Center

The New Mexico State University chapter of the scholarly honor society Phi Kappa Phi has a new academic home in the William Conroy Honors College.

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NMSU listed among top animal science graduate programs in U.S.

New Mexico State University’s Department of Animal and Range Sciences’ graduate program has been ranked sixth nationally on the Graduate Program’s spring 2015 list for animal science programs.

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NMSU College of Education professors showcase research in Washington, D.C.

A trip by two New Mexico State University College of Education professors proved to be a worthwhile experience that allowed them to showcase their research to lawmakers and connect with New Mexico legislators.

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