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  • Viewpoints

    Portrait of Regents Chair Mike Cheney

    We have just finished another productive year at New Mexico State and continue to head in the right direction. A few months ago, the NMSU Board of Regents passed a resolution committing the university to a national dialogue on higher education reform titled Complete College America. Simply stated, we want students to graduate on time, get a job and give back. These are our “Three G's,” and this effort will only be successful if we have strong partnerships with our friends on campus and in the community.
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  • Photo of the Week

    leaves change colors in front of O'Donnell Hall

    Leaves change colors outside of O'Donnell Hall as fall arrives on the NMSU campus Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015.
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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

    Man at lectern

    According to Gregory Block, associate director of housing and auxiliary services and a New Mexico State University community member for the past 24 years, a lot of planning and coordination is involved when it comes to building maintenance across the campus. Each year, the goal is to update at least one aspect of each building, such as updating the furniture or carpet, and make sure buildings keep up with the demands of students.
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  • Around the State

    Woman in brown jacket sitting at a desk

    New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service Master Gardener program has a new state coordinator, Kelly White.
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  • Walls of ruins at Fort Union National Monument.

    NMSU associate dean travels across the western U.S. to help preserve national landmarks

  • White cathedral with gold domes.

    NMSU talk explores ‘Punk Prayer’ protest, Russian politics and art

  • Large group of people

    NM EDGE graduates 13th class during county association’s legislative conference

  • A group of musicians gathered around an old Chevrolet.

    NMSU gallery invites art lovers to valentine party

  • Woman standing between two people looking at the computer monitor.

    NMSU admissions adviser remains enthusiastic after 15 years recruiting


NMSU associate dean travels across the western U.S. to help preserve national landmarks Walls of ruins at Fort Union National Monument.

For many engineers building things is a draw to the profession, but for Sonya Cooper preserving structures is her passion. Cooper, associate dean of academics at New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering, spent the fall semester on sabbatical developing treatments to stabilize, preserve and restore landmarks for the United States National Park Service through the Vanishing Treasures program.

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State championship for robotics competition to be held at NMSU

WHAT: VEX State Championship

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center receives elite National Science Foundation award to create Aggie I-Corps

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University was awarded a three-year, $300,000 grant last week for the Innovation Corps (I-Corps) Sites program. I-Corps is a National Science Foundation (NSF) initiative to leverage university research to create new innovative businesses and increase the economic impact of inventions created at research institutions around the country.

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NMSU professor receives prestigious grant for research on children’s hearing Photo of a man in a white lab coat.

Srikanta Mishra, an assistant professor in the New Mexico State University College of Education’s Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders, recently received a prestigious research grant to study hearing mechanisms in children.

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NMSU talk explores ‘Punk Prayer’ protest, Russian politics and art White cathedral with gold domes.

Moscow is the next stop for New Mexico State University’s “Global Connections” series.

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Handcrafted Chinese porcelain topic of NMSU Confucius Institute presentation

Glenn Schwaiger, an artist and associate professor at New Mexico State University and Dona Ana Community College, will present highlights of his latest trip to Jingdezhen, China, during a presentation later this month.

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NMSU professor named among top emerging AI researchers Head shot of man in maroon polo shirt.

William Yeoh, a New Mexico State University assistant professor of computer science in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been named to IEEE Intelligent Systems’ 2015 list of “AI’s 10 to Watch,” which acknowledges 10 outstanding researchers in the field of artificial intelligence (AI).

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