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NMSU Extension publication provides information about domestic livestock disease Man with horse

Black flies are always bothersome around livestock animals. This year their presence is even more troublesome because of their transmission of vesicular stomatitis virus.

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NMSU ICAN nutrition educators get creative reaching New Mexican families Two computer monitors

More than 100,000 low-income New Mexico residents receive free hands-on nutrition education each year from New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service.

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NMSU System strategic CFO named president of regional business officers’ organization Portrait of woman in black sweater

New Mexico State University system Vice Chancellor and Strategic Chief Financial Officer Ruth A. Johnston has been named president of the Western Association of College and University Business Officers (WACUBO), a professional development and networking organization for university business leaders.

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NMSU Extension delivering virtual 4-H programs, events Computer screen with four rows of videoconference screens

Social distancing and stay-at-home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic are having an impact on many aspects of daily life, including many summer activities and events.

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NMSU offers free online fitness classes amid statewide gym closures A Zoom meeting screenshot

The last fitness class Tammy Gutierrez taught at New Mexico State University was on March 18. The next day, gyms, recreation centers, health clubs and spas across New Mexico shuttered by order of the state’s health secretary to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

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NMSU to offer virtual diabetes cooking classes starting May 5

A popular cooking class series offered by New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service for adults with diabetes is moving online.

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NMSU biology student receives prestigious research fellowship Girl smiling with song sparrow

A Tularosa native is joining an elite group of research fellows, which includes Nobel Prize- winning scientists. Valerie Brewer is double majoring in conservation ecology and biology while minoring in genetics and biotechnology at New Mexico State University. She is among the top young scholars in the nation to earn a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, the country’s oldest fellowship that directly supports graduate students in various STEM fields.

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NMSU, DACC receive nearly $5 million NSF grant to help students earn engineering degrees Woman works on an engineering project

New Mexico State University and Doña Ana Community College have been awarded a five-year, almost $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The funds will support scholarships and guided pathways to help students earn bachelor’s degrees in engineering.

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Arrowhead Innovation Fund’s associate fund manager named 2020 ‘31 Under 31’ venture capitalist Head and shoulders of a man

The investment world is diversifying its real-world portfolio by increasing its diversity, and one of Arrowhead Innovation Fund’s own is being recognized by HBCUvc as one of the “31 Under 31” to watch in the world of venture capitalists.

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NMSU-based NM FAST business accelerator to help boost New Mexico’s innovation ecosystem Logo

Arrowhead Center’s New Mexico Federal and State Technology, or NM FAST, Partnership Program will facilitate a six-week Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) accelerator, funded in part by the Feynman Center for Innovation at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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