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NMSU to launch clinical trial on cancer education program for Hispanic mothers Five women standing side by side.

A research team at New Mexico State University will launch one of the university’s first clinical trials this year to evaluate the effectiveness of a cancer-parenting education program adapted for Hispanic mothers recently diagnosed with early-stage cancer who have children between the ages of 5 and 17.

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NMSU alumnus’ artwork to hang in UCLA School of Dentistry Mendoza at 26 Visions

“15 Visions,” a collection of paintings from Las Cruces artist and New Mexico State University alumnus George Mendoza, will now grace the halls of the University of Los Angeles’ School of Dentistry.

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NMSU rodeo team to host home rodeo events March 29-31 Man riding a bucking horse.

The New Mexico State University rodeo team will host three events during its home spring rodeo Friday, March 29 through Sunday, March 31 at Landmark Mercantile, 12000 Stern Dr., Mesquite, New Mexico.

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NMSU experts to speak on crop production challenges at Clovis field day April 11 A man standing in a field

CLOVIS, New Mexico – Agricultural producers will have an opportunity to learn about regional crop production challenges and the latest research on special cropping techniques during a spring field day April 11 at New Mexico State University’s Agricultural Science Center at Clovis.

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NMSU’s College of ACES to showcase diverse programs during open house April 6 Beer being poured

One of the largest colleges at New Mexico State University, the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will open its doors for the second year in a row to the public during its ACES Open House.

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NMSU, consortium partners to vie for $100 million Hub to address water challenges Woman, center, works at a computer in a lab with two men, on her right and her left, watching

As a leader in water treatment research, the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University is a part of a team preparing a proposal for a new U.S. Department of Energy grant to create an Energy-Water Desalination Hub. The award for the Hub will be approximately $100 million, $20 million per year for five years, with a five-year renewal possibility.

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NMSU students bring skills to Las Cruces church to help asylum seekers A woman takes man’s blood pressure.

On a late afternoon in March, a young boy riding a toddler’s tricycle peddled across a narrow hallway in El Calvario Methodist Church in Las Cruces, zooming from one end to the other, past a small red-carpeted room, where Jennifer Patrick was busy checking the vital signs of a father and his young daughter who had traveled from Guatemala to seek asylum in the United States.

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NMSU to host turfgrass irrigation workshop series in Albuquerque beginning March 29 Portrait shot of man

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico State University’s Extension turfgrass specialist Bernd Leinauer will conduct a series of workshops on turfgrass irrigation in Albuquerque beginning Friday, March 29.

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Local fifth graders get to live ‘A Day as a NMSU Student’ in second annual event Sonoma students at NMSU

Following the success of the program last year, the fifth-grade students of Sonoma Elementary School are once again being given the chance to experience day-to-day life as a New Mexico State University student on Friday, April 5.

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NMSU hosts Native American legal expert’s talk on rights of indigenous peoples Head and shoulders of a man

The Department of Government at New Mexico State University will host a leading expert in Native American law who will give a lecture titled “Why do we even need a United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples?” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 3 at Hardman and Jacobs Undergraduate Learning Center, Room 125. The talk is free and open to the public.

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Students win ‘A Grand in the Stands!’ at Aggie basketball games Six people standing around a big check.

Throughout the 2018-19 New Mexico State University men’s basketball season, the NMSU Foundation awarded seven $1,000 scholarships to Aggie students who were randomly selected in a drawing called, “A Grand in the Stands!”

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet in work session March 25

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special work session meeting at 8:30 a.m. Monday, March 25, in the Doña Ana Room of the Corbett Center Student Union, NMSU Las Cruces Campus, 1600 International Mall, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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NMSU rodeo to compete in Arizona March 23-24 Girl riding a horse and roping a calf.

The New Mexico State University rodeo team will continue its spring season March 23-24 in Huachuca, Arizona.

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KRWG’s Adrian Velarde to represent NMSU on NMBA board of directors Man standing in news control room.

New Mexico State University KRWG Public Media General Manager Adrian Velarde has been appointed to the New Mexico Broadcasters Association board of directors.

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NMSU to host FSPCA certification courses for food manufacturing industry professionals

New Mexico State University will host two-and-a-half-day training and certification courses in both English and Spanish that are designed for food and beverage manufacturing industry professionals.

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NMSU to host artificial insemination workshop in Los Lunas

New Mexico State University Southwest Beef Reproductive Management Program is launching a new artificial insemination school to help cattlemen manage their reproductive program.

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Agricultural leaders’ listening sessions enter third year Two men

Agricultural leaders Rolando A. Flores, dean of New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, and New Mexico Secretary of Agriculture Jeff Witte will continue their listening sessions for a third year.

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NMSU researchers study kochia as forage option for rangeland Close up of green plant

ABIQUIU – As weather patterns change causing drier conditions, rangelands and pastures may be in need of revegetation. Meanwhile, livestock producers are looking for ways to provide nutritional forage for their animals.

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Higher ed internationalization, climate change focus of 19th CONAHEC conference at NMSU Man gesturing while speaking

Representatives from 160 universities in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, along with a select group of institutions worldwide, will meet at New Mexico State University April 2-4 for the 19th North American Higher Education Conference, hosted by the Consortium for North American Higher Education Collaboration and the International and Border Programs office at NMSU.

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NMSU Model UN team prepares for national competition, local conference 2019 Model U.N. team

For 12 years running, New Mexico State University’s Model United Nations team has earned top honors at the National Model United Nations Conference in New York. This year, as the team prepares for the international competition, they are also launching an expanded Spring Conference event.

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