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NMSU names ACES associate dean, director of Agricultural Experiment Stations Woman with blue blazer

Leslie Edgar believes in land-grant universities and the work they do for the communities they serve, as well as their national and global reach and impact.

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NMSU Model U.N. team creates informative blog after COVID-19 cancels national conference Group of students smiling

For the past 13 years, New Mexico State University’s Model United Nations team has brought home top awards from the national conference held in New York City each spring. This year, three weeks before the team was headed to New York, the coronavirus pandemic hit and the conference was cancelled.

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Engineering scholarship created to honor NMSU alumnus’ legacy Head and shoulders photo of man

As a member of the military, James Sullivan traveled the world from Afghanistan to Kosovo and Massachusetts to Hawaii. He served in the United States Army and U.S. Army National Guard for 17 years.

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NMSU system releases detailed plan for fall return to campus Aerial view of NMSU campus at sunrise

New Mexico State University system leaders this week released a comprehensive plan for the university’s return to campus operations for the fall 2020 semester. Prepared by the university’s COVID-19 Rapid Response Team and titled “NMSU Ready,” the document outlines the steps the university will take to ensure a welcoming and functional campus environment when classes begin on Aug. 19.

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Domenici Public Policy Conference at NMSU moved to 2021 due to COVID-19 concerns Exterior of campus building.

The Domenici Public Policy Conference held at New Mexico State University set for September 2020 will not be held this year. Due to COVID-19 issues surrounding the uncertainly of large group gatherings and conference speakers’ travel concerns, conference organizers are looking to 2021 for the next event.

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NMSU students continue Nicaraguan water project from home Metal Pipes sticking up out of the ground

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, a project of nearly a year in the making to provide residents of Oyanca, Nicaragua with potable water continues from New Mexico State University, with hope of finishing the on-site work next summer. Engineering Technology Professor Kenny Stevens and a group of NMSU students are working to increase the amount of water that hydraulic ram pumps deliver for the community.

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NMSU Center for Academic Advising to host virtual career success workshop series Title page of PowerPoint

Entering the job market is never easy, but the COVID-19 pandemic is adding more challenges for people who are in search of a job. To ease the burden a little, New Mexico State University’s Center for Academic Advising and Student Support is hosting several virtual workshops to help students be prepared during this new normal.

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NMSU inks agreement with ExxonMobil to conduct produced water research Woman, center, works at a computer in a lab while two men look on.

New Mexico State University and ExxonMobil have signed an agreement that will create a collaboration to coordinate research involving produced water projects and provide educational opportunities for students.

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NMSU Honors College dean retires following accomplished career Head and shoulders of a woman

As the second dean of New Mexico’s first Honors College, Miriam Chaiken created an impressive legacy at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU, Xerces Society present supporting pollinators, beneficial insect webinar Bee on a flower bud

New Mexico State University has partnered with the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation to host a free virtual course series to inform farmers, educators and the general public about pollinator and beneficial insect conservation in gardens and farms in northern New Mexico.

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