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New NMSU Physical Science Lab director aims to create new opportunities Man sitting at his office desk.

Retired Army Brig. Gen. Eric L. Sanchez believes teamwork and trust are two important components to leading an organization. Sanchez plans to apply that philosophy as the new director of New Mexico State University’s Physical Science Laboratory.

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NMSU psychology professor researches brain’s ‘ready to remember’ mode Graphic of the brain

What if students were able to turn on their brains to make sure they remember when learning something new? That future may be built on current research of a New Mexico State University psychology professor.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center signs agreement with Minerva Robotics to bring gourmet tortillas to the masses Company logo and photo of a hand holding a taco

When new technology meets ancient and revered culinary traditions, even classic handmade foods can be improved upon and made more efficiently.

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NMSU Extension publication dispels concern about murder hornet in New Mexico Black wasp with orange wings

Rest easy: The large wasp dubbed a “murder hornet” by the media is not murderous to humans. Nor is it found in New Mexico, according to New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service specialists.

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NMSU adds new digital literacy class for Las Cruces campus students

New Mexico State University will introduce a new course this fall focused entirely on digital literacy for students interested in learning the fundamentals of using electronic devices for personal and academic needs.

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Two NMSU professors selected for NSF program director appointments Head and shoulders of a man

New Mexico State University professors Michael Hout, psychology associate professor, and Tiziana Giorgi, mathematical sciences professor, will be spending the next year, with the option of a second year in Alexandria, Virginia, working as program directors for the National Science Foundation.

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NMSU Pride band plays on with the help of student-designed masks Students playing instruments while wearing gray masks

New Mexico State University’s Pride of New Mexico Marching Band, known as “The World’s Most Dangerous Marching Band,” may now be the world’s safest, after a student created two different types of masks that allow members to continue playing the music they love while still reducing the spread of COVID-19.

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NMSU, NMDOH partner to provide free COVID-19 testing for resident students Group of people wearing scrubs and masks

New Mexico State University, in collaboration with the New Mexico Department of Health, is providing free COVID-19 testing for incoming out-of-state resident students who are currently undergoing the 14-day quarantine required by the state of New Mexico.

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NMSU engineering grant to focus on first-generation, low-income student success Man’s head shot

As a land-grant institution, as well as a Hispanic-Serving Institution, New Mexico State University’s principle goals are to enhance student success and social mobility. A recently awarded $2.1 million National Science Foundation grant to the College of Engineering is directly aimed at achieving that, helping first-generation, low-income students succeed in engineering.

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NMSU alumnus, ‘Aggie at heart’ promoted to Brigadier General Head and shoulders of a man in uniform

A native New Mexican, Col. Neil Richardson was born in Carlsbad and grew up in Santa Fe. He was commissioned in 1995 through New Mexico State University’s Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps program. The Department of the Air Force recently announced Richardson’s selection to the rank of Brigadier General, to be conferred during a ceremony in spring 2021.

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