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  • Viewpoints

    Mike Cheney

    NMSU Regents Chair Mike Cheney talks about the university's strategic plan, Vision 2020, and what NMSU is doing to measure its success in working toward those goals.
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  • Photo of the Week

    Photograph of smiling woman sitting at table surrounded by books

    NMSU history professor Elizabeth Horodowich.
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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

    Video Attached

    From her time as an undergraduate student at New Mexico State University to her staff and administrative positions at the school, Janet Green has given countless hours to the university. Her latest role is as special adviser to the president for the Board of Regents.
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  • Around the State

    While things seem bleak in the Manzano Mountain community of Meadow Lake, south of Albuquerque, there are a handful of residents who believe the dream of a true community can be reached. This group has set its sights on the youth as it strives to provide them with a place they can find personal and community pride. New Mexico State University’s Valencia County Cooperative Extension Service is helping to reach that goal with the development of Meadow Lake Kids Club.
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  • Researcher holding vial of powder

    NMSU researcher’s patented tech could significantly cut CO2 emissions

  • A big black cow

    NMSU to host 54th Tucumcari Performance Bull Test and Sale

  • Man with pruner cutting a tree branch

    NMSU schedules orchard renovation workshop in Abiquiu

  • Three men behind table

    NMSU offers university-wide sustainability minor

  • New instrumentation will have multidisciplinary benefits at NMSU

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NMSU researcher’s patented tech could significantly cut CO2 emissions Researcher holding vial of powder

A new provisionally patented technology from a New Mexico State University researcher could revolutionize carbon dioxide capture and have a significant impact on reducing pollution worldwide.

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NMSU history professor receives NEH fellowship

A New Mexico State University professor has received a prestigious grant to spend her sabbatical completing her manuscript “Armchair Travelers and the Venetian Discovery of the New World.”

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New associate dean helps Honors College students become leaders Professor in suit

Timothy Ketelaar likes being part of a team. Whether he’s helping push his fellow cyclists over mountain roads at top speed or teaming up with his partner in the kitchen for a gourmet meal, the New Mexico State University psychology professor finds himself doing his best leadership when he’s supporting and facilitating, boosting the team from within.

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NMSU schedules orchard renovation workshop in Abiquiu Man with pruner cutting a tree branch

ABIQUIU – Apple and fruit producers along the Rio Chama valley have had tough times the last several years with late frosts taking out the crop. While the trees may not produce fruit, they still grow and need to be maintained.

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NMSU to host vegetable farming workshop in Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE – Buying locally grown vegetables and fruit is growing in popularity nationally, and increased traffic at farmers markets in New Mexico indicate it’s becoming big business here, as well.

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NMSU Valencia County Extension to host fifth annual Home & Garden Expo

LOS LUNAS – Spring-like days in February make a person start thinking about outdoor activities, including gardening. One way to get ready for the true spring days is to attend the Valencia County Home & Garden Expo.

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NMSU composting worm bins project brings students, community together

The Cooperative Extension Service at New Mexico State University recognize the importance of teaching newer and older generations the importance of sustainability as part of their Extension outreach efforts.

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