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Fierce, passionate NMSU English professor lit fire in student writers Head and shoulders of a man

Lee K. Abbott’s impact on students was indelible. After a lifetime writing award-winning short stories and teaching creative writing at universities across the country, Abbott returned to Las Cruces, where he grew up. His life ended in Columbus, Ohio where he was undergoing medical treatment. Abbott lost his battle with leukemia on April 29. He was 71.

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NMSU assistant professor receives college funding to study speech of autistic children, teens Woman standing next to sign

An assistant professor at New Mexico State University has received funding to begin research on characteristics of speech patterns in children and teens diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, a neurodevelopment disorder that is estimated to affect one in 40 children in the U.S.

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NMSU mental health clinic’s renovations will enhance learning, community services Two women standing next to white board

A clinic offering mental health services on the New Mexico State University campus will receive funding from the state legislature to renovate the clinic, giving it the potential to expand much-needed services to the Las Cruces community.

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NMSU emeritus professor, wife create transformational scholarship for physics students Three people standing together.

A loyal Aggie couple has established a new, transformational scholarship to assist graduate students studying physics at New Mexico State University. George H. and Barbara Goedecke funded the scholarship with the goal to make NMSU’s physics program more competitive with other universities.

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The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation invests $400K into NMSU’s School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management Students working in a kitchen.

As the New Mexico hospitality industry grows, The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation believes the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management at New Mexico State University is ready to meet the industry’s increasing employment demand. That’s why the organization agreed to invest $400,000 into the program over the next four years.

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‘Be the leader, be the light’ annual State 4-H Conference to be held at NMSU in July Group of students pose together for picture.

Senior 4-H youth from across New Mexico will gather at New Mexico State University Monday, July 8 through Thursday, July 11, for the 96th annual State 4-H Conference.

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New NMSU Extension staff serve Southern New Mexico Headshot

New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service offices in Hidalgo, Luna and Sierra counties are welcoming new 4-H agents and program directors. Savannah Graves, Jennifer Shafer and Sara Marta are all aiming to form a great relationship with their communities in their new roles and hope to be able to show them what their offices have to offer.

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NMSU offering revamped degree aimed at working professionals Class room

The Interdisciplinary Studies Department in the College of Arts and Sciences at New Mexico State University is launching a revised degree in fall 2019 to streamline the process of earning a bachelor’s degree of applied studies, aimed at those who already hold an applied associate’s degree.

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NMSU alumnus, wife create scholarship for Hispanic students to explore law careers Two people posing together.

A new scholarship in the Government Department at New Mexico State University works to inspire and broaden career exploration for Hispanic students.

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NMSU to host Sustainable Agriculture Field Day June 26 Field of onion plants.

The New Mexico State University College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will have its second Sustainable Agriculture Field Day from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Wednesday, June 26 at the NMSU Fabian Garcia Science Center.

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