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NMSU professor emerita and co-authors launch space preservation book

New Mexico State University anthropology professor emerita Beth O’Leary will join co-authors Lisa Westwood and Milford Wayne Donaldson for a panel discussion and a book signing for “The Final Mission: Preserving NASA’s Apollo Sites” at 5-7 p.m. on Monday, April 10th at Kent Hall Museum on the NMSU campus. NMSU History professor Jon Hunner will be the moderator. Barnes & Noble will have books available. The event is free and open to the public.

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NMSU graduate students to present sixth annual ‘Three-Minute Thesis’ competition Group of people standing on a stage

One thing every graduate student works toward is writing an intriguing and thorough thesis to show that they are absolute experts at a subject. 80,000 words would normally take about nine hours to present, but these New Mexico State University students have three minutes.

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Best named president of NMSU’s Grants campus, effective June 1

Mickey Best, the vice president for learning at South Arkansas Community College, has been appointed president of New Mexico State University – Grants, effective June 1.

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NMSU to host WERC Environmental Design Contest, returns to competition

After a seven-year hiatus, New Mexico State University will have a student team compete in the 27th annual WERC Environmental Design Contest Sunday, April 2, to Wednesday, April 5, at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces.

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NMSU Extension program will assist people with chronic disease management

New Mexico State University’s Dońa Ana County Cooperative Extension Service will offer a free six-week Chronic Disease Self-Management Program starting on April 11.

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Nepali students at NMSU to host annual science and technology conference

The Nepali Students Association, or NeSA, at New Mexico State University will host its ninth annual international conference on Saturday, April 1, titled “Science and Technology-New Perspectives and Challenges.”

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NMSU’s Discovery Scholars Program gives students paid research experience Girl and professor looking at liquid through sealed lab area

Angelique Amado is a junior at New Mexico State University majoring in chemistry. Thanks to a program that pays undergraduate students to conduct research, she can spend time in the lab without worrying about working off campus to help with school expenses.

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NMSU sets dates for Homecoming 2017, game vs. Arkansas State Dancers at a bonfire

New Mexico State University will celebrate Homecoming 2017 with a week of events highlighting Aggie traditions beginning Oct. 23 and culminating in the Homecoming football game Saturday, Oct. 28, against Arkansas State University’s Red Wolves.

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NMSU lecture series about challenges facing democracy adds new speakers Head and shoulders of man in a suit.

New Mexico State University’s Department of Government added two events to its colloquium series titled “Democracy in Question?” The series that reflects on local, national and global implications of recent political events, began in February and will continue with four more presentations on Tuesdays through May 2, adding two new speakers on April 11 and 18.

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KRWG-TV to launch multiplatform PBS children’s services

KRWG-TV will launch new, free localized 24/7 children’s services on Saturday, April 1. The free services include a new TV channel and live stream on digital platforms.

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