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    New Mexico State University is proud of the great number of services we have provided to the state and the people of New Mexico for the past 125 years.
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  • Photo of the Week

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    NMSU student Sarah McEachern chats with a friend.
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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

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    Shari Harris works closely with College of Arts and Sciences Dean Christa Slaton to plan events in support of students and faculty.
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  • Around the State

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    NMSU campuses across the state will be aglow during December, as they get into the holiday spirit along with their local communities.
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    NMSU takes steps to streamline research processes

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    This way to better health: Professors want to push your cart toward the produce aisle

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    Extension Association of NM members participate in community service

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    NMSU Extension program helps pre-diabetics make a lifestyle change

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    NMSU’s Pat Gavin receives national education award from PGA

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Annual beef symposium set for Jan.14-15 in Amarillo

The Southwest Beef Symposium is set for Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 14-15, at the Wyndham Garden Hotel, 3100 Interstate 40 West, in Amarillo, Texas.

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This way to better health: Professors want to push your cart toward the produce aisle Researchers in grocery store with basket

Researchers at New Mexico State University are exploring ways to encourage shoppers to use more of their food budgets for fresh fruits and vegetables, and are working with the NMSU Cooperative Extension Service, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Paso del Norte Health Foundation to target some of New Mexico’s most nutritionally vulnerable residents.

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NMSU’s NM EDGE program prepares newly elected county officials Two women and a man facing each other and talking

Most people who run for public office say they do so with the intention of serving their communities – but new officials don’t always immediately understand the intricacies of governance. They need a way to get up to speed before being sworn into office, become better-educated on various aspects of their new roles.

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Southwest Hay and Forage Conference to meet in Ruidoso Jan.15

RUIDOSO -- As water for irrigation becomes increasingly short, irrigation technology and water management must improve in forage systems. The 2015 Southwest Hay & Forage Conference will focus on just that – how to get the most out of every drop.

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NMSU takes steps to streamline research processes Group of people looking at research poster

Landing a significant grant is challenging enough in a time of shrinking state and federal funds available for even the most important research projects. Even when a researcher at New Mexico State University is able to line up a great idea with a willing funding agency, the challenge may just be starting.

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NMSU receives $853,815 grant for integrated behavioral health training

The New Mexico State University School of Social Work in the College of Health and Social Services has received a three-year Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Health Professionals Training grant, funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

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NMSU Extension program helps pre-diabetics make a lifestyle change Two ladies, one standing on scale

When Barbara Dutton’s doctor told her last January that the 157 pounds she was carrying on her slight 5-foot frame put her body mass index over the line from overweight to obese, she knew she had to take action. Her father had been diabetic, and she didn’t want Type 2 diabetes to be part of her future.

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