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NMSU School of Nursing to tackle opioid epidemic in NM with $1.35 million HRSA grant Headshot of a woman

The U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration has awarded a three-year, $1.35 million federal training grant to the School of Nursing at New Mexico State University to fund a project that will expand the number of professionals in New Mexico, particularly in southern counties, who are trained in interprofessional settings to effectively prevent and treat opioid-use and substance-abuse disorders in community-based practices.

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Potential quorum notice of NMSU regents for Oct. 14

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend the NMSU State of the University Address at 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14, in Pete V. Domenici Hall, Room 109, 1305 Frenger St., on the Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU Employee Council Appreciation Picnic to be held Oct. 25 People sitting at tables

New Mexico State University’s Employee Council will host the ninth annual Employee Appreciation Picnic from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 25, at Preciado Park on the NMSU campus. The park is adjacent to O’Donnell Hall at the corner of Gregg Street and Williams Avenue.

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New NMSU graduate certification explores critical and healing approaches to divisive social issues Men and women standing

The Borderlands and Ethnic Studies program at New Mexico State University, which is being piloted this Fall, is offering a multidisciplinary graduate certification that aims to educate graduate students - including local teachers - to build their capacity to help students explore issues that divide us as a nation.

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Arrowhead to host third annual NM SBIR/STTR Innovation Summit

The New Mexico Federal and State Technology Partnership Program, housed at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, will host its third annual New Mexico Small Business Innovation Research Innovation Summit. This important event will take place Dec. 11 in Albuquerque and addresses opportunities for technology-based innovative businesses to connect with the Department of Defense (Navy and Air Force) and other funding organizations.

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Arrowhead Center AgAssembly: Agri-Food Innovation an Economic Linchpin for New Mexico Woman holding an oversized check.

The New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum allows daily visitors to get a glimpse at New Mexico’s agricultural past, but for one day it also highlighted the emerging leaders in the agri-food industry who will carry the state into the future.

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NMSU researchers, EBID develop metrics for water-resource management, sustainability Landscape of reservoir with water

Researchers from New Mexico State University, working in collaboration with the Elephant Butte Irrigation District, have determined that groundwater resilience can be quantified on a basin scale and have developed metrics to support integrated water-resource management and sustainability.

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NMSU ICAN program partners with on-farm cooking class program Man giving to woman

ALBUQUERQUE – “This feels like a picnic,” said a participant in a cooking class at Chispas Farm in Albuquerque’s South Valley.

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NMSU’s online sociology graduate program ranked among top five in U.S.

NMSU’s online sociology graduate program ranked among top five in U.S.

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NMSU, Electronic Caregiver unveil virtual reality lab at Milton Hall Man wearing virtual reality goggles.

With the generous support of Las Cruces-based tech company Electronic Caregiver, students and faculty at New Mexico State University will be able to conduct valuable research into aging, search scenarios, skill acquisition and motor performance in a lab featuring augmented and virtual reality technology.

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$1 million pledge kickstarts New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium

New Mexico State University and the New Mexico Environment Department were joined Oct. 1 by state officials from around the country, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency representatives, industry leaders, environmental groups, legislators and others for an event celebrating the creation of the New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium.

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold special meeting Oct. 4

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will hold a special meeting at 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building, 1780 E. University Ave., at the Las Cruces campus. The meeting is open to the public.

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NMSU Extension proud of successful community garden in Edgewood Man watering garden

EDGEWOOD – Establishing community gardens can be difficult especially in population sparse rural areas.

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NMSU’s STEM TECH Lab expansion impacts local students, teachers Two female students looking at computer screen.

The New Mexico State University Jack & MaryLou Davis STEM TECH Lab has expanded with more equipment to enhance the ability of children and youth to apply hands-on learning in 3D environments.

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NMSU PGA Golf Management Program welcomes prospective students to Visitors Weekend Four golfers stand on a golf course.

The PGA Golf Management Program at New Mexico State University will host its annual Visitors Weekend Oct. 12-13, giving prospective students and their families a taste of Aggie life.

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NMSU students hone research skills in internships at national cancer research center Nine students stand in front of the Seattle skyline.

Nine students from New Mexico State University traveled to Seattle this summer to join the research labs of award-winning scientists at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

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NMSU’s LGBT+ Programs to host OUTober 2019 events Flyer that lists all the events for OUTober

OUTober at New Mexico State University continues to showcase and celebrate the gender and sexual diversity of more than 2,000 students who have signed up to utilize the university’s resources, according to Zooey Sophia Pook, director for NMSU’s LGBT+ Programs.

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NMSU engineering professor helps organize international forum in South Africa A large group of people stand together outside.

Before the fall 2019 semester at New Mexico State University began, Abdessattar Abdelkefi, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, traveled almost 10,000 miles to discuss solutions to global challenges with students and researchers at the U.S.-Africa Forum on Nanotechnology Convergence for Sustainable Energy, Water and Environment.

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NM Space Grant at NMSU has storied legacy, looking to next 30 years Two men kneeling next to equipment

Alan Hale was among the earliest astronomy students at New Mexico State University to receive a fellowship from the New Mexico Space Grant Consortium (NMSGC). With support from the Space Grant program, Hale earned his doctorate in astronomy in 1992. Just three years later, he gained fame with the discovery of the comet that bears his name - Hale-Bopp.

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Potential quorum notice of NMSU regents for Oct. 3-5

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend the following events between Oct. 3-5:

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NMSU College of Health and Social Services celebrates 40 years of making a difference A group of people stand together

In 1979, New Mexico State University formally established the College of Health and Social Services, the university’s centralized home for the only accredited programs in southern New Mexico for nursing, social work and public health students.

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NMSU invites public to NM produced water consortium event Oct. 1

WHAT: The public is invited to an to present a groundbreaking public-private partnership between New Mexico State University, the State of New Mexico and, the oil and gas industry. This is an opportunity to offer a more in-depth discussion on the consortium, field media questions and hear from participants.

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NMSU professor receives grant to increase mental health, substance and opioid abuse services

Eve Adams, New Mexico State University Regents professor and co-interim head of the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology in the College of Education, has received a $906,000 grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration to help increase and improve behavioral health services along the U.S.-Mexico border, including services focused on substance and opioid-use disorders.

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NMSU rodeo team to host regional rodeo at the state fair Thursday Man wrestles a steer.

The New Mexico State University rodeo team will host the Grand Canyon Region Rodeo at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26 at the Southern New Mexico State Fair in Las Cruces.

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New Mexico State 4-H officers elected for 2019-2020 Group of students pose on stairs.

In the few months since the 2019-2020 New Mexico State 4-H officers have been elected the group has traveled to the nation’s capital and started planning leadership activities. The annual New Mexico State 4-H conference, held at New Mexico State University in July, is for senior 4-H students from around the state to attend workshops, lectures and guest speaker presentations.

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NMSU, consortium partners awarded $100 million grant to tackle nation’s water challenges Woman looks at a vial

New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering is part of a team that was awarded a U.S. Department of Energy five-year, $100 million grant to create the Energy-Water Desalination Hub to address water security issues.

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NMSU Career Services to host 21st annual Graduate and Professional School Fair

New Mexico State University’s Career Services will host the 21st annual Graduate and Professional School Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1 at Corbett Center Student Union first floor.

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NMSU researcher launches study on strategically-timed tillage A tractor tills a field.

Can strategically-timed tillage improve the efficiency of no-till farming in the semiarid region? That’s a question one researcher from the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University is hoping to answer with a new study.

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NMSU climate change series to focus on statewide strategies in panel discussion Oct. 2 Head and shoulders of a woman

According to the Fourth National Climate Assessment, average annual temperature across the Southwest United States increased 1.6 degrees between 1901 and 2016, and further increases are forecast for the future.

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KRWG team wins joint Rocky Mountain Emmy Award for lifestyle series Photo of three men posing with award.

A team from KRWG Public Media at New Mexico State University has won a highly competitive Rocky Mountain Emmy Award for its half-hour “Newsmakers-Best of Living Here” show.

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