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NMSU to host annual fruit growers’ workshop in Santa Fe

SANTA FE – Do you have an orchard that needs some renovation? Or are you thinking of starting an orchard? Information at the annual fruit growers’ workshop could help your accomplish that goal.

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Resilience in New Mexico Agriculture regional meeting in Shiprock set for March 4

New Mexico State University and New Mexico First are joining forces to help develop a strategic plan to maintain a resilient New Mexico food and agricultural system.

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Resilience in New Mexico Agriculture regional meeting in Crownpoint set for March 3

New Mexico State University and New Mexico First are joining forces to help develop a strategic plan to maintain a resilient New Mexico food and agricultural system.

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Resilience in New Mexico Agriculture regional meeting in Farmington set for March 2

New Mexico State University and New Mexico First are joining forces to help develop a strategic plan to maintain a resilient New Mexico food and agricultural system.

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NMSU College of Education, Black Programs host Black History Month performances Photo of a man playing a drum with two women dancing in the background

The New Mexico State University College of Education and Black Programs will host several events this month recognizing Black History Month with cultural music performances.

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Biomedical research talk to be held at NMSU

WHAT: Biomedical Research Seminar Series

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NMSU ‘A Starry Night’ event shines light on community partners Group photo of two women and four men in suits.

New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences will celebrate six community and business leaders for their contributions to the college at its third annual “A Starry Night” fundraiser and gala on Saturday, Feb. 13.

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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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