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NMSU to announce collaboration with Bosque Brewery

WHAT: Collaboration announcement

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Fourth annual Grape Day at NMSU set for Aug. 25 Grapes on a vine.

New Mexico State University will host its fourth annual Grape Day from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 25, at the Fabian Garcia Science Center, 113 W. University Ave. The event is free and open to the public.

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NMSU honors 11 faculty during convocation ceremony A group of people holding awards.

New Mexico State University honored its faculty and staff at the 2017 fall convocation ceremony Aug. 15 at NMSU’s Atkinson Recital Hall. Every fall and spring, convocation is held to celebrate the start of a new semester.

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NMSU Extension Service helps Santa Cruz farmer improve forage quality, yield Close up of man with green pasture in background

SANTA CRUZ - When Mario Madrid decided it was time to renovate his pasture and make beneficial use of the land’s water rights, he turned to New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences for help.

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NMSU’s UAS-STEM summer camp exceeds expectations A girl helps a man program a tablet.

With the increasing popularity of unmanned aerial systems, also known as drones, New Mexico State University capitalized on the opportunity to educate students about science, technology, engineering and mathematics and hosted its first-ever UAS-STEM camp this summer.

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NMSU researchers develop flavorful green chiles Photo of man standing in garden

With green chile season well under way, many people are rushing to grocery stores and roadside stands to stock up on New Mexico’s favorite fruit (yes, chile is considered a fruit).

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NMSU researchers collaborate on world’s smallest neutrino detector’s discovery Three men in front of equipment.

A New Mexico State University physics professor and graduate student are among collaborators on a one-of-a-kind physics experiment at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, using the world’s smallest neutrino detector.

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Margie Vela appointed to serve as NMSU’s student regent Woman’s head shot.

New Mexico State University doctoral student Margie Vela has been appointed to serve as the student regent. She replaces Amanda Lopez Askin, who resigned in July, on NMSU’s Board of Regents.

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NMSU Extension Dairy Specialist, U.S. Dairy Consortium receive national award Five men standing, man in center holding award

For the past 12 years, Robert Hagevoort has helped place the New Mexico State University dairy science program on the map. Hagevoort, an associate professor and Extension dairy specialist at NMSU’s Agricultural Science Center at Clovis, joined the NMSU College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences in 2005. He helped launch the U.S. Dairy Education & Training Consortium in 2008.

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NMSU launches new geomatics program supported by national education award Man stands behind a piece of surveying equipment.

The New Mexico State University Surveying Engineering program recently received a $10,000 National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying Education Award. The award will provide scholarships and state-of-the art instrumentation for the newly revamped surveying engineering program, which will be offered in the fall as geomatics.

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NM WRRI annual water conference to be held at New Mexico Tech

The public is invited to attend the New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute’s 62nd Annual New Mexico Water Conference, “Hidden Realities of New Water Opportunities.” An informative program is scheduled, and several special events are planned.

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NMSU professor to teach African-American history class based on Harvard institute Woman in a wheelchair

A New Mexico State University history professor was among 23 faculty members from across the country selected to participate in a month-long summer institute to study African-American history at Harvard University.

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Experiencing summer brain drain? Not NMSU Upward Bound students Two boys work with a test tube while a woman looks over their shoulders.

While school was out for the summer, students in the TRIO Upward Bound Program at New Mexico State University spent time preparing for the upcoming year.

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NMSU Carlsbad environmental monitoring facility allays public concerns Two people by scanning machine.

Over the past 26 years, the scientists and lab technicians at New Mexico State University’s Carlsbad Environmental Monitoring and Research Center have been monitoring the air, soil, water and people residing in the area surrounding the Department of Energy Waste Isolation Pilot Plant.

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NMSU Rio Arriba Extension hosts fourth annual Rio Chama Equine Expo

ABIQUIU – There is a mystique to horses. Whatever the reason, horses hold a special place in the hearts of New Mexicans. Equine people can reach levels of loving, caring and nurturing with their animals that are generally reserved for family members.

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NMSU plans fifth annual Ride for 4-H Clover motorcycle tour Motorcycles on a highway near the entrance to a tunnel.

The forested mountains and wide-open spaces of southeastern New Mexico will be the setting for riders in New Mexico State University’s fifth and final annual Ride for the 4-H Clover motorcycle tour Aug. 25-27.

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NMSU team to live-stream eclipse footage as part of NASA national Eclipse Ballooning Project Man (seated at table) works with computer equipment while woman (right) and man (left) look on.

A team of students and faculty from the New Mexico Space Grant Consortium at New Mexico State University will launch a high-altitude balloon on Monday, Aug. 21 as part of a nationwide, NASA-sponsored project to live-stream aerial video footage of the “Great American Eclipse.”

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NMSU Chancellor Garrey Carruthers announces retirement NMSU Chancellor Garrey Carruthers

New Mexico State University Chancellor Garrey Carruthers plans to retire from his position July 1, 2018, at the end of his contract period.

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NMSU ranks No. 1 in nation in science, engineering funding for minority-serving institutions Students walking on campus.

New Mexico State University ranks first in the country for federal obligations for science and engineering activities for minority-serving institutions according to a report from the National Science Foundation’s National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics.

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Natalie Goldberg is first woman to lead NMSU Agricultural Experiment Station Woman in turquoise shirt standing at table with plants

When Natalie Goldberg joined New Mexico State University as an assistant professor and Extension plant pathologist in 1993, she wasn’t thinking about becoming an associate dean in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences someday.

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