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NMSU astronomer elected president of Academy of Science

Kurt S.J. Anderson, professor of astronomy at New Mexico State University, has been elected president of the New Mexico Academy of Science.

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NMSU's Public History Program seeks long-time Las Cruces residents

New Mexico State University's Public History Program and the New Mexico Hispanic Cultural Center of Albuquerque are looking for residents who are knowledgeable of people and events of Las Cruces' history, and are willing to be interviewed as part of an oral history workshop scheduled for Nov. 14.

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NMSU journalism professor wins fourth community media award

J. Sean McCleneghan, a New Mexico State University journalism professor, was honored with his fourth Huck Boyd Center for Community Media research award from Kansas State University.

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Antenna developed by local man flies on satellite

An antenna developed by Bruce Blevins, telecommunications team leader for the Electromagnetic Systems Branch at New Mexico State University's Physical Science Laboratory, successfully operated on a satellite carried into orbit as part of the latest space shuttle mission.

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Recycle Organic Wastes in the Home Garden as Compost

LAS CRUCES -- Fall finds most gardens a tangled mess of frost-bitten vines, dried corn plants and monster-sized zucchini. Fallen leaves collect near fences with each gust of wind. Rather than sending this trash to the landfill, gardeners should consider composting.

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NMSU formally notified of full reaccreditation

New Mexico State University has been formally notified that it meets the requirements for full reaccreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools for the next 10 years, NMSU President William B. Conroy said today.

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Astronomers focusing space technology on Star Spangled Banner

New Mexico State University astronomer Nancy Chanover and colleagues from NASA are using a one-of-a-kind camera developed for space research to examine the original Star Spangled Banner as part of a Smithsonian Institution project to preserve the old flag.

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Corn is Foundation of Thanksgiving Holiday

LAS CRUCES -- Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks for the bounty this country enjoys, said a horticulture specialist with New Mexico State University. Historically, the holiday is based on the story of how Native Americans taught the Pilgrims to grow corn, which helped them survive the bitter winter of 1620.

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Profs produce new Spanish, French CD-ROM packages

Two New Mexico State University professors have teamed up for a second time in two years to put Spanish and French language lessons on CD-ROM for business people, students and travelers.

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NMSU Library fights high journal costs

New Mexico State University's Library recently became a founding member of the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resource Coalition (SPARC), a newly formed alliance of libraries that aims to reduce the price of scholarly journals, ensure fair use of electronic resources and apply new technologies to improve the process of scholarly communication.

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Remember Chain Saw Safety This Fall

LAS CRUCES -- As the weather gets colder, people are stocking up on firewood and cleaning up dead wood. The increased use of chain saws brings some serious safety risks, said Craig Runyan, farm safety coordinator with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Range Managers to Meet Dec. 9-10

LAS CRUCES - Range management in the next century will be the focus of the New Mexico Section of the Society for Range Management's winter meeting Dec. 9-10 in Albuquerque.

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NMSU professor elected vice president of science academy

James L. Botsford, a professor of biology at New Mexico State University, has been elected vice president of the New Mexico Academy of Science.

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Las Cruces teacher honored by New Mexico Academy of Science

Cathy Kinzer, who teaches at Mesilla Park Elementary School and at New Mexico State University, has received the New Mexico Academy of Science's annual Outstanding Elementary Science Teacher Award.

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Seevers Wins USDA/Land-Grant Association Teaching Award

LAS CRUCES -- Brenda S. Seevers, associate professor of agricultural and extension education at New Mexico State University, recently received the Excellence in College and University Teaching in Food and Agricultural Sciences Award.

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Holm Bursum III Named NMSU Distinguished Alumnus

LAS CRUCES - Holm Bursum III of Socorro was recently named the 1998 Distinguished Alumnus for New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences .

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Renowned cotton researcher to receive honorary doctorate

Hubert B. Cooper Jr. of Shafter, Calif., an internationally recognized leader in cotton breeding research, will receive an honorary doctorate at New Mexico State University's Fall Commencement.

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Rickart Retires after 30 years with 4-H

LAS CRUCES -- Kathy Rickart, Bernalillo County 4-H home economist, retired November 30, ending a 30-year career with the Cooperative Extension Service.

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Fort Sumner Hosts Winterfest 1998 Fort Sumner Hosts Winterfest 1998

LAS CRUCES -- Thousands of twinkling lights and several giant Christmas cards will brighten the night Dec. 12 as residents and visitors to Fort Sumner gather in Dallas Park for the third annual Winterfest.

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English Named Superintendent of Science Center

LAS CRUCES -- Mike English has been named superintendent of New Mexico State University's Agricultural Science Center at Los Lunas. His appointment will include duties for both NMSU's Cooperative Extension Service and Agricultural Experiment Station.

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Good Records Make End of Year Easier

LAS CRUCES -- The end of the year brings a time of reflection about what has happened over the past 12 months. Many people start to wonder where their money went. Often, panic sets in because it's almost time to prepare tax forms, said a consumer education specialist with New Mexico State University.

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Plan Now for a Comfortable Retirement

LAS CRUCES -- As people grow older, they start thinking about retiring. Most middle aged and older people wonder about what it will be like to retire, where they will live and how well they will live.

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Phi Kappa Phi awards Outstanding Juniors

The New Mexico State University chapter of Phi Kappa Phi presented Outstanding Junior Awards to six NMSU students during a ceremony on Nov. 12. Phi Kappa Phi, the oldest and largest national honor society, recognizes and encourages superior scholarship in all academic disciplines.

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Hispanic Border Leadership Institute selected doctoral fellows

L-R: Mariela Aime Rodriguez, Dolores Gross-Delgado, Eduardo Casillas Arellano and Rachel Ortiz are working toward doctoral degrees in educational administration.

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NMSU among magazine's "Publisher's Picks"

The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, a national education journal, has included New Mexico State University in its "1998 Publisher's Picks."

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Two New Buildings in the Future for NMSU's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences

LAS CRUCES - New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences is expanding with two new buildings. Construction has started on a state-of-the-art arid lands center and funding has been approved for a new U.S. Department of Agriculture facility. Both buildings are scheduled for completion in fall 2000.

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NMSU Scientists Work to Improve Alfalfa's Nutritional Quality

LAS CRUCES - No plant found in nature contains proteins balanced for all of the amino acids necessary to keep animals healthy. That's why dairy cows need supplements along with their alfalfa rations.

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NMSU prof studies software development techniques

What do cars, airplanes, televisions, defibrillators and computers have in common? They all depend on software to perform their roles effectively. If the software malfunctions, serious problems can arise, says Jonathan Cook, an assistant professor of computer science at New Mexico State University. He is working to help developers of large software systems ensure the quality of their products.

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NMSU, Sandia team up to make air travel safer

New Mexico State University's College of Engineering and Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque have teamed up once again to help improve the safety of air travel. A device designed by members of Sandia's Airworthiness Assurance Center and manufactured at NMSU's Advanced Manufacturing Center will test helicopter rotor hubs for their strength and durability.

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Garden and Desert Debris Make Great Holiday Crafts

LAS CRUCES -- Yucca seed pods, tumbleweeds and dried corn leaves can mean extra money for crafty New Mexicans this holiday season. Desert and garden trash can be fashioned into inexpensive and unique holiday gifts.

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