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NMSU Extension beef heifer replacement project introduces youth to cattle industry Man showing product and three girls

LOS LUNAS – Six youth from Bernalillo, Torrance and Valencia counties are on a 12-month journey learning about the cattle industry by participating in the New Mexico Beef Select Heifer Replacement Project.

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NMSU Housing continues to assist on-campus students in the midst of pandemic Dorm building.

In the face of the COVID-19 outbreak, New Mexico State University Housing & Residential Life remains committed to assisting on-campus students with their living arrangements.

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NMSU Regents approve 3 percent tuition increase, state budget contribution still uncertain Photo of Corbett Center with pink blossoms

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents has approved a 3 percent increase in tuition for the 2020-2021 academic year for NMSU’s Las Cruces campus. There was not an increase in tuition for NMSU’s community colleges. University leaders said the revenue was needed to support additional student scholarships and because of continued uncertainty with the state’s budget contribution to the university for the coming year.

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NMSU students bond over kinesiology research Group photo

A group of kinesiology students at New Mexico State University, driven by their desire to learn more about research, have formed a lifelong bond while gaining skills that will take them beyond their graduate studies.

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NMSU graduate lands job analyzing data for HIV/AIDS research A headshot of a woman.

Susie Valenzuela’s knack for crunching numbers has taken her from New Mexico State University all the way to the University of Washington, where she recently launched her career as a statistician working to advance the prevention, detection and treatment of HIV infection and AIDS.

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NMSU provides internet access options for students across the state Woman with laptop in car

The New Mexico State University system’s students are among the millions of students nationwide from elementary school through college whose schools and campuses have been partly or fully closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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NMSU Extension to conduct navigating COVID-19 for beef producers webinar Cowboy herding calf

The COVID-19 crisis is impacting almost every segment of life and every business in the United States and worldwide. The cattle industry is also suffering unprecedented market reactions and supply chain disruptions.

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Virtual public forums set for NMSU College of Education dean finalists

New Mexico State University has named four finalists for dean of its College of Education, and online public forums with each candidate begin Monday, April 20.

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NMSU Admissions Office provides virtual experiences for future Aggies Lady and man with paper cowboy

New Mexico State University is committed to its students’ success, and the first step to achieving that goal begins before students arrive at the Las Cruces campus each August.

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NMSU Aggie Health Center moves to telemedicine in wake of pandemic Two women looking at a computer

The coronavirus outbreak is redefining the value of telehealth in delivering medical services to patients. The efficiency of this type of system could end up reshaping the future of healthcare.

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