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Bishop Hired as Extension 4-H Home Economist in Lea County

LAS CRUCES -- Mary Bishop, of Shallowater, Texas, began work June 19 as the 4-H home economist in Lea County for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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"Marketing on the Internet" Theme for July 24 Videoconference

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexicans can learn more about using the internet to market products, services and even communities at a July 24 videoconference shown at sites across the state.

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Avant Hired as Assistant No contact

LAS CRUCES -- Sandra Avant began work June 24 as an assistant editor with New Mexico State University's agricultural communications department.

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Kirksey Receives Berg Fellowship Award

LAS CRUCES -- Rex Kirksey received the Soil and Water Conservation Society's Berg Fellowship Award for conservation leaders at their annual conference in Keystone, Colo., July 10.

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Becker Receives 4-H Youth at Risk Award for Teen Get-Away

LAS CRUCES -- Kimberly Becker, 4-H agriculture agent with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service, saw a need to reach troubled youth in Sandoval County who were just beginning to become involved in gang-like activities. Now the National 4-H Council is recognizing her success in filling that need with the Teen Get-Away program.

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Sanford Schemnitz, NMSU Wildlife Professor, Retires

LAS CRUCES -- Sanford Schemnitz, professor in New Mexico State University's fishery and wildlife sciences department, will retire August 1, after 21 years with the university.

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James Dean Retires from NMSU

LAS CRUCES -- James Dean, associate professor of agricultural and Extension education, is retiring August 1, after 21 years of teaching at New Mexico State University.

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Head of NMSU Fishery and Wildlife Sciences Department Retires

LAS CRUCES -- Charles Davis, professor and head of New Mexico State University's fishery and wildlife sciences department, will retire August 1 after almost 30 years with the university. He became head of the department, in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences , in October 1982, after serving as acting head for 15 months.

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NMSU Horticulture Professor Honored by National Society

LAS CRUCES -- Joe Corgan, agronomy and horticulture professor at New Mexico State University, has been named a Fellow in the American Society for Horticultural Science.

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Registration Information Provided for Beef Efficiency Enhancement Forum

TUCUMCARI -- Beef cattle producers can learn about breeding and managing cattle for profit during the fourth annual Southwest Beef Efficiency Enhancement Forum, Aug. 22-23 at the Tucumcari Convention Center.

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