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NMSU to host Dia Descubre recruiting event for students from Mexico

In an effort to increase the enrollment of international students from Mexico, New Mexico State University is inviting prospective students and their families to attend the Dia Descubre recruiting event Nov. 19 on the NMSU campus.

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NMSU alumna shares experiences as lawyer, judge and novelist with students

Amy Britt will take the bench this month as an administrative law judge in California after decades of success as a lawyer with a flare for the non-traditional – she sometimes wears leather frock coats to court. The El Paso native and New Mexico State University alumna is also a novelist who has published 14 novels and two short story collections over the past 12 years. Her success now is far from where her life began right after college.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week Nov. 12-16

Arrowhead Center, New Mexico State University’s gateway to entrepreneurship, innovation and technology transfer, will celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week, Nov. 12-16, with events and workshops around Las Cruces aimed at enhancing collaboration in the regional entrepreneurship ecosystem.

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NMSU ‘Global Connections’ series to host back-to-back presentations Nov. 14 Scenic view of waterfall

New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences continues the “Global Connections” public lecture series with a double header: “How World Travel Can Save Your Life” and a visit to the “Heart of China,” which provides the opportunity for representatives to share their global experiences around the world.

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NMSU receives USDA grant to provide ag workshops for pueblo farmers, ranchers Group of six people in gray shirts

American Indian pueblo farmers and ranchers of northern New Mexico continue to be a vital economic component to the region with the longest continuous farming history in the continental United States, dating back more than 800 years.

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HRTM graduate named general manager of NMSU-affiliated hotel Woman stands in front of hotel being constructed.

Amy Miller, a graduate of the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management at New Mexico State University and 20-year veteran of the hospitality industry, has been named general manager of the new hotel being built on NMSU property.

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NMSU, SWTA to host annual Turfgrass and Landscape Conference in Ruidoso Nov. 13-15 Group photo

The Southwest Turfgrass Association in cooperation with New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will be hosting the annual Recreational Landscape Conference Nov. 13-15 at the Ruidoso Convention Center in Ruidoso, New Mexico.

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NMSU marketing professor studies concept of consumer ‘informedness’ Headshot of man.

Consumers will rarely buy a home on the spot or ride off in a new truck after one visit to a car dealership. That’s because real estate and vehicles fall into a category of “high-stakes” – or what marketers have long called “high-involvement” – purchases that commonly require a series of interactions between consumers and salespeople before reaching a sale.

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NMSU launches campaign to prevent violence Graphic of active bystander actions

New Mexico State University is launching a campaign this weekend to empower students, faculty and staff to take action to prevent violence on campus. The program is called “STAND UP, SPEAK OUT.”

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Ag company receives investment through AgSprint program at NMSU’s Arrowhead Center Two men holding oversized check

Cliff Hudson, chief technology officer of Systems Technology Solutions, is no stranger to agriculture. Hudson grew up on his family’s farm and regularly rode a tractor with his grandfather while he cultivated corn. He has a deep appreciation for farming and community. His company recently secured a $20,000 investment for GreenAI, an innovative sensor technology for crop analytics, through the AgSprint business accelerator program at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center.

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Master’s accelerated degree program allows NMSU students to take graduate courses while pursuing their undergrad degree Students talking in common room of Honors Building.

New Mexico State University’s Honors College and Graduate School are giving top students the chance to take Graduate School for a test drive while still pursuing their undergrad degree through the Master’s Accelerated Program. Select students will be permitted to enroll in graduate-level classes and if they remain at NMSU for graduate studies their credits will roll over into their graduate degree.

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NMSU education administration master’s program ranked among the best in the U.S.

The master’s program in Education Administration has been named one of the top online master’s programs by OnlineMasters.com, an online rankings website that researches graduate programs in the U.S.

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NMSU Climate Change Education Seminar Series to be held Nov. 7

New Mexico State University will host its third presentation of the NMSU Climate Change Education Seminar Series known as NMSUCCESS. The presentation will begin at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, at the Rio Grande Theatre located in the downtown mall at 211 N. Main St.

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NMSU to host three food safety trainings for produce growers Still life photo of vegetables

No one growing produce wants to inadvertently make people ill because of poor food safety practices.

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NMSU to host equine expo in Socorro Nov. 3 Boy wearing glasses and helmet.

SOCORRO – Load up the horse trailer and join in the fun of the Socorro County Equine Expo Saturday, Nov. 3, at the City of Socorro Rodeo and Sports Complex, 1 Rodeo Drive.

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NMSU student teaching in Spain after being given Fulbright fellowship Student holding sign that shows what country she’s going to

New Mexico State University education major Sara Bonk is currently in the middle of her J. William Fulbright grant in Spain. One of two NMSU finalists, Bonk was ultimately granted the award with the help of the NMSU Honors College.

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NMSU Career Services to host fourth annual Health Professions Career Fair

The fourth annual Health Professions Career Fair is co-sponsored by the New Mexico State University Career Services office and the College of Health and Social Services and will take place from 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7 on the first floor of Corbett Center Student Union.

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Chavez receives NMSU’s fall 2018 ‘A’ Mountain Staff Award Man and woman pose with an award plaque.

The New Mexico State University “A” Mountain Staff Award gives well deserved recognition to an NMSU staff member who demonstrates the core values of diversity and inclusion, accountability, excellence, discovery and engagement.

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The University Museum at NMSU presents ‘Live Long & Prosper: Sci-Fi Images in Contemporary Indigenous Art’ Science fiction painting of Native American woman

The University Museum at New Mexico State University will be presenting the opening of the exhibition “Live Long & Prosper: Sci-Fi Images in Contemporary Indigenous Art” from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26 in Kent Hall, 1280 E. University Ave.

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Griggs family collection at NMSU’s University Library features Mesilla’s history Head shot of a young woman.

For 79 years, La Posta de Mesilla Restaurant has been a mainstay in the Mesilla Valley. The history of the well-known establishment and its founders, the Griggs family, can be found at the New Mexico State University Library Archives and Special Collections Department.

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NMSU names Mason as interim provost Photo of April C. Mason

New Mexico State University President John Floros has named April C. Mason as the university’s new interim provost. She will begin the position Nov. 1 and will serve until the end of the academic year.

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‘Global Connections’ series hosts talk on NMSU in the Heart of China Oct. 24 Man standing at exhibition fair

In an effort to increase international student enrollment at New Mexico State University, a group of two professors and students travelled to China in the summer 2018 to recruit students.

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NMSU water laboratory aids researchers, students Man (left) holds samples while man (right) observes

Since the Freeport-McMoRan Water Quality Laboratory was established in 2009 in New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering, the facility has been a critical resource for NMSU professors and students.

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Dyer to receive NMSU’s Roberts Memorial Staff Award Oct. 25 Headshot of woman

The Stephen W. and Robert E. Roberts Memorial Staff Award is presented annually to an exceptional member of the New Mexico State University staff who has had a positive impact on the college and community.

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NMSU will celebrate Military and Veterans Appreciation Week beginning Nov. 5 People sitting at tables

New Mexico State University will be celebrating Military and Veterans Appreciation Week beginning Nov. 5 and ending Nov. 11. The fourth annual event will focus on enhancing and supporting NMSU’s military and veterans community.

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NMSU recognizes faculty for excellence in online education Man and woman holding an award plaque.

New Mexico State University’s Instructional Innovation and Quality hosted its annual Quality in Distance Education Awards event Oct. 10. The gathering marked five years of recognizing NMSU’s faculty and administrators of the Las Cruces campus for their work towards improving online education.

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NMSU to host dairy training for Extension agents A group of dairy cows.

A new professional development training for agents in New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service will focus on New Mexico’s vast dairy industry, offering a comprehensive and interactive look at the issues facing the statewide industry that generated more than a $1 billion in milk sales in 2016.

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NMSU establishes demonstration garden at science center in Los Lunas Group of women standing around corn stalk

LOS LUNAS – Gardening is a hobby that can provide enjoyment while producing fresh fruits and vegetables for a family’s meal. But it can be a challenge for beginners or new residents to the semi-arid environment of New Mexico.

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NMSU engineering professor receives Department of Energy grant Man sitting in front of a computer

New Mexico State University Department of Civil Engineering Assistant Professor Ehsan Dehghan Niri has received a United States Department of Energy grant. This is a three-year award for $400,000 and is a collaboration with Arizona State University.

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NMSU assessment program manager selected to attend national teacher prep conference Head and shoulders of a woman

Rachel Boren, assessment program manager for the College of Education at New Mexico State University, was among a select group of people from New Mexico to attend a conference, hosted by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and learn about innovations in teacher preparation programs.

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