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  • Viewpoints

    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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  • Three women and a man behind two giant checks

    Valencia County Master Gardeners present four scholarships

  • Group photo of individuals in blue button-ups.

    NMSU’s criminal justice honor society wins top awards, scholarships at national competition

  • Women having hood put around her head.

    NMSU to award 2,000 bachelor’s, advanced degrees at May 14 commencement

  • Man (right) reads names from a list, while man (left) rings a bell.

    NMSU to host memorial ceremony to honor Aggies

  • Woman cooking with two men watching

    NMSU Rio Arriba County agent teaches Men Making Meals cooking classes


Report to outline potential of NMSU Arrowhead Park health technology cluster

A report due in late May will outline the steps New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center and regional stakeholders can take to develop an industry cluster that will improve the region’s health care initiatives and boost economic development.

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NMSU Rio Arriba County Cooperative Extension offers beekeeping workshop

ABIQUIU – Because of a large response from people interested in how to start a bee colony, New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service office in Rio Arriba County is hosting two-day workshop on beekeeping.

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Valencia County Master Gardeners present four scholarships Three women and a man behind two giant checks

LOS LUNAS – Four Valencia County high school seniors are recipients of this year’s Valencia County Extension Master Gardeners Scholarship.

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NMSU researchers investigate phenomenon crucial for solar flare production Four images of the current sheet from NASA solar observatories

Solar flares are large storms on the sun that can affect us here on Earth, interfering with cell phone service, radio and GPS navigation systems. Unlike other space weather events, radiation from solar flares travels at the speed of light. We get no warning that they’re coming.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet May 13

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a regular meeting at 9 a.m. Friday, May 13, in the Regents Room in the Educational Services Building on NMSU’s Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU students, faculty offer fitness tips for staying healthy this summer Photo of a woman in a pink shirt running.

Friends and family of Amanda Concha, a kinesiology student at New Mexico State University, often seek her out for advice on workout tips and sports-related injuries.

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Southern New Mexico students to gather at 5th annual ENLACE Youth Research Conference

Middle and high school students from across southern New Mexico, including Deming and Las Cruces, will gather at the fifth annual ENLACE Youth Research Conference from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. May 12 to discuss their research related to problems in schools and communities.

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