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NMSU Alumni Association names Outstanding Seniors and Graduates

The New Mexico State University Alumni Association has chosen seven NMSU students as Outstanding Seniors and three Dona Ana Branch Community College students as Outstanding Graduates.

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NMSU Alumni Association names Outstanding Seniors and Graduates

The New Mexico State University Alumni Association has chosen seven NMSU students as Outstanding Seniors and three Dona Ana Branch Community College students as Outstanding Graduates.

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NMSU engineering research ranked high in impact

New Mexico State University ranked second among U.S. universities in the impact of its engineering research published between 1993 and 1997, according to the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI).

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NMSU Student named Sigma Phi Epsilon Zollinger Scholar

New Mexico State University student Luis Espiritu of Las Cruces has been named a Zollinger Scholar by the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation.

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President recommends student regent candidates

New Mexico State University President William B. Conroy has recommended three NMSU students to Gov. Gary Johnson as candidates for the student regent position on the NMSU Board of Regents.

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NMSU receives funds in support of High School Chemical Olympics Program

New Mexico State University has received funding from two El Paso foundations in support of NMSU's High School Chemical Olympics.

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Astronomers examine brown dwarf's hazy atmosphere

Brown dwarfs, sometimes known as failed stars, have a reputation for being the dim bulbs of the heavens. That's one reason the first real specimen, a brown dwarf named Gliese 229B, was discovered only three years ago.

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Two NMSU regents completing terms

The senior member of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents and the youngest member of the board are both completing terms at the end of this month.

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NMSU prof. recommends six tips to reduce next year's taxes

The end of the year is swiftly approaching. Amidst making plans and buying gifts for Christmas, taxpayers may want to consider making moves now to reduce the amount of taxes they will have to pay on April 15, 1999. Larry Tunnell, associate professor of accounting in New Mexico State University's College of Business Administration and Economics, has some tips.

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NMSU Art Gallery kicks off 25th anniversary exhibition

The New Mexico State University Art Gallery will kick off its 25th anniversary exhibition featuring three exhibits which run Jan. 22 through Feb. 21.

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NMSU to join high performance research network

A new connection to the National Science Foundation's very high performance Backbone Network Service (vBNS) in January 1999 will allow New Mexico State University researchers to access information and communicate with colleagues around the United States up to 60 times faster than currently possible. Connectivity for the rest of NMSU's faculty, staff and students will improve as well.

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NMSU awarded $450,000 National Endowment for the Humanities grant

The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded a $450,000 challenge grant to New Mexico State University to establish a Southwest and Border Cultures Institute.

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Doctoral program reaccredited

The doctoral program in counseling psychology at New Mexico State University has been reaccredited by the American Psychological Association for the maximum period of seven years.

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NMSU to work with pueblos to increase Native American enrollment

Graduating more Native American students from New Mexico State University is the goal of a memorandum of understanding signed this fall by President William B. Conroy with New Mexico Indian pueblos.

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$20,000 grant awarded to NMSU art professor

Rachel Stevens, a New Mexico State University assistant art professor, has received a $20,000 Pollack/Krasner grant for her talent in art.

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Los Lunas students top New Mexico in NMSU Stock Market Game

Students from Los Lunas, N.M., have taken top honors in the Fall 1998 Stock Market Game and SMG2000, sponsored by the New Mexico State University College of Business Administration and Economics and the New Mexico Securities Division. The State Champions hip was won by Los Lunas High School teacher Cynthia Baca and students Jennifer Garcia (captain), Dennis Knight, Elmer Otero and Matt Hernandez. The top winner in the SMG Essay Contest, Bull Division (grades 9-12), was Aubrey Work, also a Los Lunas High S chool student.

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El Paso and Lorenzo students top West Texas in NMSU Stock Market Game

Students from El Paso and Lorenzo, Texas, have taken top honors in the Fall 1998 Stock Market Game and SMG2000, sponsored by the New Mexico State University College of Business Administration and Economics and the New Mexico Securities Division. The West Texas Championship was won by Hacienda Heights Elementary School teacher LaWanda Dominguez and students Stephanie Bocanegra (captain), Daniel Plata, Elizabeth Hernandez, Adrian Valles and Lorenzo Torres. The top winner in the SMG Essay Contest, Bear Division (grades 5-8), was Lorenzo Elementary School student Nicole Thomas, under the guidance of her teacher, Linda Klesel. A Special Creativity Award went to Kyle Yandell, also a Lorenzo Elementary School student.

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Home Repair Schemes Can Be Costly

LAS CRUCES -- When considering home improvement projects, homeowners may encounter con artists out to make a "quick dollar." Although most home improvement contractors are honest, fraud is a leading consumer problem, said a consumer education specialist with New Mexico State University.

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Save Money By Paying Off Mortgages Early

LAS CRUCES -- Home buyers who can afford to pay a little extra on the principal of their mortgage each month will save a lot over the years.

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Lending Money to Relatives or Friends is Risky Business

LAS CRUCES -- Lending money to children, friends or other relatives can be a little risky, both in terms of the money itself and the emotions involved, said a New Mexico State University consumer education specialist.

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Home Repair Schemes Can Be Costly

LAS CRUCES -- When considering home improvement projects, homeowners may encounter con artists out to make a "quick dollar." Although most home improvement contractors are honest, fraud is a leading consumer problem, said a consumer education specialist with New Mexico State University.

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Effective Consumer Complaints Can Resolve Problems

LAS CRUCES -- Consumers don't have to settle for products that fall apart or accept unsatisfactory service. They can contact the company involved, said a New Mexico State University consumer education specialist.

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Irrigation specialist to receive Roberts Memorial Staff Award

Dan Smeal, an irrigation specialist with New Mexico State University's Agricultural Science Center in Farmington, has been selected to receive the Stephen W. and Robert E. Roberts Memorial Staff Award.

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Composting Teleconference Set Jan. 14 in Las Cruces and Santa Fe

LAS CRUCES -A satellite teleconference, Compost: A Resource for Western Agriculture, will be shown in Las Cruces and Santa Fe on Jan. 14. The event is the second in a series of three teleconferences.

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Due Date for Pecan Show Entries Coming Soon

LAS CRUCES - Pecan growers will learn new marketing techniques and see how their best pecans measure up during the Western Pecan Growers' Association Conference March 7-9 in Las Cruces.

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Eleven receive awards for teaching excellence

Eleven New Mexico State University faculty members received 1999 Donald C. Roush Awards for Teaching Excellence at a Jan. 7 convocation to open the spring semester.

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Don't Forget Safety While Enjoying Fireplaces and Stoves

LAS CRUCES--Wood-burning stoves and fireplaces not only provide extra heat but give homes a cozy feeling this time of the year. Care should be taken, however, to prevent fires and burns.

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Canoe the Rio Grande in Search of Bald Eagles

LAS CRUCES - You can canoe down the Rio Grande near Albuquerque in search of bald eagles as part of the Rio Grande Nature Center's third annual Winter Bird and Bat Festival, Jan. 22-24. The event is co sponsored by Hawks Aloft and Hawk Watch International, two environmental groups which work to protect and increase knowledge about raptors.

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NMSU offers free business consulting service

Businesses and nonprofit organizations in southern New Mexico once again this year can take advantage of New Mexico State University's Small Business Consulting Program.

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Discussion on Valencia Multipurpose Facility Planned

LAS CRUCES--In an effort to improve recreational opportunities in Valencia County, proponents of a new multipurpose facility will hold a planning meeting Feb. 16 in Los Lunas.

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