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Faculty and staff receive awards at convocation

Ten faculty and staff members at New Mexico State University received awards totaling $12,000 at a convocation ceremony to open the 1998-99 academic year. The awards recognize outstanding service and achievement.

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Research Focuses on High Plains Agriculture at NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Clovis

LAS CRUCES Ð The crops and the data keep coming year-round at New Mexico State University's Agricultural Science Center at Clovis.

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Parents Can Teach Kids to be Smart Shoppers

LAS CRUCES -- Children spend millions of dollars each year on products like games and school supplies, but they don't always get their money's worth, said a New Mexico State University consumer education specialist.

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International Negotiator To Speak At Rural Economic Development Forum

LAS CRUCES -- A conflict resolution expert who's worked in Bosnia, Romania, Nicaragua and Washington, D.C., will give the keynote address at the New Mexico Rural Economic Development Forum, Oct. 21-23 at the Roswell Convention Center.

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Hamilton to Head New Extension Department

Las Cruces - Wendy Hamilton recently assumed the position of resource/organizational development department head of New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service. Hamilton will oversee accountability, evaluation, plan-of-work processes, staff development, and promotion and tenure processes for Extension.

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International Negotiator To Speak At Rural Economic Development Forum

LAS CRUCES -- A conflict resolution expert who's worked in Bosnia, Romania, Nicaragua and Washington, D.C., will give the keynote address at the New Mexico Rural Economic Development Forum, Oct. 21-23 at the Roswell Convention Center.

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NMSU museum to highlight local area

Locally produced exhibits and an emphasis on the multicultural heritage of the region will be this year's focus at the New Mexico State University Museum, according to its newly appointed interim director, Edward Staski. "We're making plans for a highly successful and educational year at the museum," he said.

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Director of NMSU health clinic elected to state post

Steven P. Gross, M.D., director of Employee Health Services at New Mexico State University, has been elected president of the New Mexico chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians. His term runs through July 1999.

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Cow Chip Poker Highlights Winston Fall Festival

LAS CRUCES -- An all-day cow chip poker game will highlight the Winston Fall festival Sept. 26 at the community center in Winston.

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Ranchers Use Cameras to Protect Their Investment

LAS CRUCES - Ranchers in northern New Mexico have been encouraged to become shutterbugs -- using cameras to chronicle the health of their grazing lands.

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Albuquerque Youngsters Tour the State Fair

LAS CRUCES -Ð How many sheep are in New Mexico? What nutrients does a serving of beef provide? Why do ranchers brand their livestock? Third-grade students from various Albuquerque elementary schools will learn the answers to these and many more questions during the State Fair Youth Tours at the New Mexico State Fair this month.

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NMSU professor finds businesses may influence employee ethics

Many business owners and managers worry about employee ethics, especially in light of recent technological advancements. Employers can ease their worry by developing a code of ethics and informing their employees of the consequences of unacceptable behavior, says Jennifer Kreie, an assistant professor of accounting and business computer systems in New Mexico State University's College of Business.

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New Mexico State University enrollment up 2.3 percent

A large freshman class has pushed enrollment at New Mexico State University's main campus to 15,409 -- a 2.3 percent increase from last fall's enrollment of 15,067.

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Nine weeks in Tibet: Probing the mysteries of the Roof of the World

The Tibetan Plateau, known as the Roof of the World because of its lofty altitude, is a remote and unforgiving place. "Just getting there is an ordeal," says Thomas Hearn of New Mexico State University's physics faculty.

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NMSU professor says international cooperation needed to tackle regional issues

Water policy can be a touchy subject in the desert, especially along an international border. But examining issues from a regional perspective can help the area plan for a more efficient use of resources, says Jose Garcia, director of New Mexico State University's Center for Latin American Studies.

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Clayton Field Day Focuses on Feeder Cattle, Locoweed Research

LAS CRUCES Ð Research about feeder cattle health and locoweed problems will highlight an Oct. 2 field day at New Mexico State University's Clayton Livestock Research Center.

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Plant Garlic Now for Strong Summer Crop

LAS CRUCES Ð- Fall usually finds most gardeners frantically trying to bring in the last of the summer produce before Jack Frost nips the growing season. But, fall also is planting time for next year's garlic crop.

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Fall Maintenance Can Help Keep Bees Away

LAS CRUCES Ð Fall fix-up work can help keep bees from setting up housekeeping near you, said a New Mexico State University entomologist.

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Parents Have Rights, Responsibilities with Children's Day Care

LAS CRUCES -- When children spend time in day care, there are certain responsibilities that go along with parents' rights. One responsibility is to be involved with their children's education, said a New Mexico State University child development specialist.

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Solving Problems With Day Care

LAS CRUCES -- One of the greatest fears that parents can have is that all is not right at their child's day care. Even the smallest concerns should be addressed early on, said a New Mexico State University child development specialist.

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