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    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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  • Woman kneeling in front of white fabric cylinder

    NMSU researchers receive state grant to map Zika-carrying mosquitoes

  • Man with bolo tie

    Scientists gather, share early findings of Gold King Mine spill monitoring

  • Woman holding a tarantula in a box, children watching

    NMSU Arthropod Museum increases outreach, adds to national database

  • Two women in yellow and pink in front of an enclosure.

    NMSU researchers identify top commercial products to repel mosquitoes

  • People standing outside a yellow truck titled Food Safety Discovery Zone

    NMSU Bernalillo County Extension to host USDA Food Safety Discovery Zone

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NMSU researchers receive state grant to map Zika-carrying mosquitoes Woman kneeling in front of white fabric cylinder

While the rest of the world is keeping its distance from the mosquito that carries the Zika virus, two New Mexico State University professors are seeking out this mosquito, which carries not only Zika but also a host of other diseases as well.

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NMSU selects Lakshmi Reddi as dean of College of Engineering

Florida International University Graduate School Dean Lakshmi N. Reddi has been selected to lead the New Mexico State University College of Engineering.

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Scientists gather, share early findings of Gold King Mine spill monitoring Man with bolo tie

FARMINGTON – Nine months after mining sludge from the Gold King Mine turned the Animas and San Juan rivers yellow, scientists and researchers gathered in Farmington to share what they have learned so far regarding the contamination of the rivers from the spill in August 2015.

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Teams win accolades, support from NMSU’s Arrowhead Center during Launch competition

Three teams won money and support during this year’s Launch competition hosted by Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU researchers identify top commercial products to repel mosquitoes Two women in yellow and pink in front of an enclosure.

As Congress haggles over how many millions or billions of dollars to spend to help stop the spread of the Zika virus in the U.S. before summer, researchers at New Mexico State University are already testing wearable mosquito repellent devices to determine which ones can best help us protect ourselves against these insects.

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NMSU Arthropod Museum increases outreach, adds to national database Woman holding a tarantula in a box, children watching

When Girl Scouts visited the New Mexico State University Arthropod Museum on May 2, their eyes widened when they saw a tarantula crawling on the table, their voices screeched as they held a Madagascar hissing cockroach, and they giggled when a Vietnamese walking stick trotted up their arms.

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Fire up the grill with some spicy new Jolokia products from NMSU’s Chile Pepper Institute New and super spicy Holy Jolokia mustard, ketchup and spice mixture, each produced in collaboration with CaJohns Fiery Foods.

It’s going to be a hot summer – in more ways than one – with a number of new, super-spicy products available at New Mexico State University’s Chile Pepper Institute. Holy Jolokia mustard, ketchup and spice mixture, each produced in collaboration with CaJohns Fiery Foods, are the newest in the growing line of Holy Jolokia products.

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