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Getting the Best Deal on Rental Cars

LAS CRUCES--Travelers often need to rent cars. The Federal Trade Commission offers tips on how to choose the right rental car and save money, said a consumer education specialist with New Mexico State University.

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Before Starting a Home-Based Business, Get the Facts

LAS CRUCES--Small, home-based businesses offer everything from homemade jams and country crafts to day care, accounting services and custom drapery making. The idea of working at home is enticing but doesn't provide financial security for all risk takers.

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IRA Contributions Can Be Made Before Tax Deadline

LAS CRUCES--Taxpayers will have time to contribute to their Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA) before April 15 to count for the previous calender year.

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Renters Who Insure Household Contents Are a Step Ahead

LAS CRUCES--Few renters carry personal property and liability insurance to protect themselves against financial loss. While many believe they don't have enough valuable belongings to be worthwhile, rental insurance is a good investment, said a New Mexico State University consumer education specialist.

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Grape Growers' Conference Set for April

LAS CRUCES--Vineyard management and wine making will be the focus of the New Mexico Grape Growers' and Wine Makers' Annual Conference, April 23-25 at the Holiday Inn Mountain View in Albuquerque.

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NMSU business college inducts three into Hall of Fame

New Mexico State University's College of Business Administration and Economics will induct business leaders Raymond L. Kysar of Farmington, Michael J. Maloof of Albuquerque and Paulina Utz Salopek of Las Cruces into its Hall of Fame April 23.

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NMSU professor selected for summer fellowship program

An eight-week trip to Seattle is in store for Linda Riley this summer. But instead of spending her time sightseeing, she will work side-by-side with Boeing professionals to improve her teaching and their work processes.

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Archuleta elected president of NMSU Board of Regents

Adelmo "Del" Archuleta of Albuquerque, chief executive officer of Molzen-Corbin & Associates, an engineering and architectural firm with offices in Albuquerque, Las Cruces and Los Alamos, has been elected president of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents.

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New Mexico State University ranked in Top 25 by Hispanic Magazine

New Mexico State University has been recognized by Hispanic Magazine as one of the Top 25 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics.

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Apple Growers to Hold Workshop

LAS CRUCES--Insects, apple nutrition and the best way to take soil and leave samples will be on the agenda at the Apple Orchard Management Workshop April 22 at New Mexico State University's Agricultural Science Center at Los Lunas.

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NMSU's Joseph Wang wins national chemistry award

Smaller, faster, better, cheaper. Those are Joseph Wang's watchwords as he develops hand-held sensors for detecting lead in blood, measuring glucose levels in diabetics, analyzing DNA or monitoring water pollution.

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NMSU honors general with Founder's Award

New Mexico State University honored U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Lester Lyles and U.S. Rep. Joe Skeen at a reception Wednesday, April 7, at the Physical Science Laboratory.

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University Communications receives awards

Three first-place awards in communications competitions were won this spring by staff of University Communications at New Mexico State University.

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New Mexico State University again named "Best Buy"

For the third straight year, New Mexico State University has been named one of "America's 100 Best College Buys" by Institutional Research & Evaluation, Inc., an independent research and consulting organization for higher education.

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Graduate School may hold key to career growth

Years of work as a psychiatric nurse convinced Lucy Montes-Sandoval to return to New Mexico State University for a doctoral degree. Although as an advanced practice nurse she is eligible to prescribe drugs, she believes a doctorate will take her "to the next plateau" in her career.

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KRWG television and radio are big winners

KRWG-TV and KRWG-FM, the public television and radio stations at New Mexico State University, came away from the New Mexico Associated Press contest and the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Media Association contest in March as winners.

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NMSU's Spring 1999 Outstanding Seniors Announced

The New Mexico State University Alumni Association has announced the Outstanding Seniors for spring 1999 and the Outstanding Spring Graduates of Dona Ana Branch Community College.

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BioCycle Conference Scheduled May 17-19 in Albuquerque

LAS CRUCES--Composting and recycling will be the themes of the 29th Annual BioCycle National Conference, held May 17-19 at the Albuquerque Hilton.

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Peggy Kaczmarck to receive Darnall Award

Psychologist Margaret "Peggy" Kaczmarek, who in recent years led New Mexico State University's counseling psychology program to accreditation, will receive the 1999 Dennis Darnall Faculty Achievement Award.

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Weevils Threaten to Damage Alfalfa Crop

Las CRUCES--Mild winter temperatures have created a breeding ground for alfalfa weevils in many parts of the state. A large number of insects are infesting crops in Bernalillo, Socorro and Valencia counties.

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Interactive Web-based game "Outbreak!" helps students learn microbiology skills

In an image from the interactive Web-based game "Outbreak!", Nicole Clark, daughter of Larry and Sherri Clark of Las Cruces, models as a young patient infected during an outbreak of an unknown disease, while NBIF scientist Mike Strand plays the role of a physician

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Brick-makers to demonstrate NMSU filter in Washington, D.C.

The Smithsonian Institution recently recognized the work of New Mexico State University researchers in introducing environmentally sound kiln-firing practices to the Mexican brick-making industry. It plans to highlight the research next summer as part of the Year 2000 Folklife Festival on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

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NMSU graduate wins National Science Foundation Fellowship

John Gladden, a spring 1998 biochemistry graduate, has been awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship.

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NMSU Agri-Marketing Team Earns National Honors

LAS CRUCES--New Mexico State University's Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) chapter received its second outstanding chapter award and placed fourth in the marketing competition, NMSU's best finish to date at the national conference.

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Santa Fe Trail Heritage Days Set For May

LAS CRUCES--The 177th anniversary of the establishment of the Santa Fe Trail will be celebrated at Santa Fe Trail Heritage Days May 1-2 at Plaza Park in Las Vegas.

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Water-Holding Gel and Plastic Mulch Conserve Moisture in Gardens and Farm Crops

LAS CRUCES--Limited rain and snowfall in watershed ares of New Mexico this year may result in a water shortage for farmers and gardeners. Laser leveling fields and using drip irrigation help conserve water, but new techniques are needed to actually store water in the soil during periods of drought.

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NMSU researchers demonstrate major advance in laser technology

NMSU physicists have achieved dramatic results in experiments with a new composite material that enables lasers to operate at extremely low power levels. Shown here in their laboratory, left to right, are NMSU physics professor Robert Armstrong and Vladimir Shalaev, visiting Russian scientist Vladimir Safonov, and NMSU graduate student Won-Tae Kim.

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NMSU biopsychologist to discuss, sign new book

Victor Johnston, a biopsychologist at New Mexico State University, will give a short talk and answer questions about his new book on the development of human feelings at a Saturday, May 1, book signing from 2 to 4 p.m. at Hastings Books, Music & Video.

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NMSU's ROTC takes third place at Bataan Memorial Death March

New Mexico State University's ROTC took third place in the College ROTC Light Division at the Bataan Memorial Death March held April 18.

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NMSU Students To Produce Summer Fashion Show May 8

LAS CRUCES--Discover the latest trends at the "Swing into Summer" fashion show at the Mesilla Valley Mall at 2 p.m. May 8. The show is being produced by students in New Mexico State University's clothing, textiles and fashion merchandising program.

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