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Zoeglossia names fellows for 2021 NMSU Conference Head and shoulders of a woman

Zoeglossia has selected 13 disabled poets as fellows for their 2021 conference. The fellowship provides the poets with the opportunity to attend an annual retreat/conference and work with established writers who are also disabled. This year the event, hosted by New Mexico State University, will be held entirely online May 20-23 due to restrictions required by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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NMSU students named 2020 Firefighters of the Year Two men holding plaques in front of fire engine.

New Mexico State University student firefighters Lucas Cadena and Thomas Ontiveros have been named as NMSU Firefighters of the Year for 2020.

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NMSU, TriCore partnership provides research opportunities during COVID-19 pandemic People wearing safety gear in a tent

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, New Mexico State University faced many unprecedented challenges. While a few factors remain uncertain, a new partnership has created several positive outcomes, along with future opportunities that will help faculty and students involved in research.

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NMSU brews up its newest collaboration with Estas Manos Coffee Roasters Mug and bag of coffee beans

New Mexico State University and Estas Manos Coffee Roasters have launched A Mountain Roast, the latest in NMSUs growing line of collegiate-licensed products. Estas Manos, a grass-roots business based in San Francisco, California, has New Mexico roots and is currently operating in Las Cruces. A portion of the proceeds will support NMSUs more than 400 student-athletes.

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NMSU publication culminates 10-year study of acequia systems Man and woman sitting by computer

An in-depth study of centuries-old community acequia systems in northern New Mexico reveals why they have been resilient.

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NMSU receives NSF grant to fund solar research faculty, program Woman working at a computer

A grant from the National Science Foundation is funding a tenure-track faculty position in New Mexico State Universitys astronomy department to integrate research and education in solar magnetic fields. The grant comes through the Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences.

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ACES team discusses artificial intelligence at agriculture convention Headshot of man

A team of experts from New Mexico State Universitys College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences recently led a virtual discussion on artificial intelligence in agriculture as part of the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agricultures convention held last month.

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NMSU Art Museum Spring 2021 exhibits postponed until June 2021 poster

The New Mexico State University Art Museum postponed their three Spring 2021 exhibits Sorry for the Mess, Pasos Ajenos, and Saint Joseph & The Laborers, until June 2021.

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NMSU Provost to sponsor professional development opportunities for faculty

Due to the increasing need for transitioning traditional classroom teaching to online delivery methods, New Mexico State University Provost Carol Parker is sponsoring two opportunities for faculty professional development.

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Andrew Bowen named interim chief of NMSU police Man in uniform standing next to NMSU Police vehicle

Deputy Police Chief Andrew Bowen, a 19-year veteran with New Mexico State Universitys Police Department, has been named interim chief of the department effective December 21, 2020 by NMSU President John Floros. A search committee headed by Renay Scott, NMSU Vice President for Student Success, reviewed all applications and made recommendations.

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NMSUs annual concrete school set for Jan. 8-9

The College of Engineering at New Mexico State University, in partnership with the New Mexico Ready Mix Concrete and Aggregates Association, will host a virtual concrete training for the construction industry Jan. 8-9. The 57th annual Samuel P. Maggard Quality Concrete School is designed for concrete professionals, contractors, professional engineers and students.

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NMSU Provost names Brown, Titus dean emeritae Woman standing in front of bookshelves

Retired New Mexico State University deans Susan Brown and Elizabeth Titus have been recognized as dean emeritae by NMSU Provost Carol Parker. Both Brown and Titus were recognized for their service to the university at the Dec. 2 NMSU Board of Regents meeting.

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New Mexico Governors STEM Challenge winners announced Video conference call

Participants from 33 high school teams convened virtually Dec. 12 for the second New Mexico Governors STEM Challenge, a competition testing students ability to use science, technology, engineering and math to solve real-world problems. Led by New Mexicos Office of the Governor, the Challenge was a collaboration between New Mexico State University, the Department of Public Education, the Department of Workforce Solutions, Los Alamos National Laboratory and 18 other STEM employers in the state.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center statewide collaborations key to Studio Gs growth Man in a black suit jacket standing outdoors

Arrowhead Center is housed at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, but its mission is to serve entrepreneurs and businesses extends beyond campus.

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ACES Foods implements safe practices to operate during COVID-19 pandemic Man wearing a face mask and baseball cap behind trays filled with cookies

When Connor Olson started the spring semester in January, he was one of about five students working in New Mexico State Universitys Sam Steel Caf, housed in Gerald Thomas Hall.

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NMSU Board of Regents potential quorum notice for Dec. 16-17

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend the Outstanding Graduates Virtual Celebration and the 2020 NMSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame virtual reception scheduled for Dec. 16 and Dec. 17 on Zoom as detailed below.

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NMSU Extension turf specialist helps golf course expand subsurface irrigation Two men working on pipes.

SANTA FE As the demand for water continues to grow, recreational landscape managers are adopting innovative strategies to increase irrigation efficiency.

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NMSU receives $450,000 grant for pepper production research Man stands behind pepper plant

A research team from the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University is working in partnership with colleagues from Texas A&M AgriLife Research to study issues affecting pepper production in the Southwest.

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NMSU to host virtual New Mexico Governors STEM Challenge Dec. 12

High school students from 33 schools will be competing for $5,000 in prize money from 18 employers in the second New Mexico Governors STEM Challenge. Hosted and organized by New Mexico State University, the Los Alamos National Labs Foundation, New Mexico Department of Public Education and New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions, this event will be entirely virtual Saturday, Dec. 12.

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NMSU to celebrate fall, summer graduates at virtual commencement Dec. 12 Headshot of woman

New Mexico State University will recognize the achievements of more than 1,500 students who completed degree requirements over the summer and fall semesters in a virtual commencement ceremony set for Saturday, Dec. 12.

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NMSU researcher: Women, older adults, racial minorities more likely to wear masks Man hands a face mask to a student.

During the early stages of the pandemic, women, racial minorities and older adults were more likely to wear face masks as a protective measure to slow the spread of COVID-19, according to a new study co-authored by a New Mexico State University researcher.

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DACC alumnus wins NMSU Studio G Pitch 2020 competition Man in a gray suit standing in front of a photo backdrop

Daniel Martinez, a Doa Ana Community College alumnus, has been named the winner of the Studio G Pitch 2020 competition hosted by Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU seeks to help improve food supply chain amid COVID-19 A group of cows

What does a more resilient food supply chain look like in a world still grappling with COVID-19? Thats the question researchers at New Mexico State University are now trying to answer as they work with agricultural producers and other universities to adapt an industry hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.

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NMSU restricts access to some areas; masks, social distancing still required Four masked students walking

In compliance with New Mexico public health orders, New Mexico State Universitys Las Cruces campus reopened its golf course and tennis facilities at 25 percent capacity, and continues to allow community members to access Sisbarro Community Park for walking and exercising. Most other outdoor areas of campus, including Alumni Pond, are only available to NMSU students, faculty and staff.

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NMSU hosted virtual robotics competition, winning teams advance to regional event

More than 80 middle- and high-school students from across New Mexico and El Paso, Texas, gathered virtually for the 2020 NM Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology Robotics competition Nov. 21. While the COVID-19 pandemic affected the BEST competition, the 20-year event, hosted by New Mexico State Universitys College of Engineering, continued.

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Got a business pitch? Arrowhead Innovation Fund wants you Arrowhead Innovation Fund logo

Arrowhead Innovation Fund (AIF), housed at New Mexico State University, will host a free online pitch competition designed to attract the most promising startups in New Mexico.

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NMSU Provost names Faculty Fellow to lead system integration efforts Head and shoulders of a woman wearing glasses

Becky Corran, chair of the Humanities and Social Sciences program at Doa Ana Community College, has been selected as a Faculty Fellow by New Mexico State University Provost Carol Parker.

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NMSU graduating art students to present digital exhibition artwork of mans ear

The New Mexico State University Department of Art will present this semesters bachelor of fine arts exhibit Abnormalities, featuring the work of Jessica Clarke and Dylan Overheim. The exhibition invites viewers to take a deeper look at personal anxieties and genetic commonalities among us through oil and charcoal techniques. The digital exhibition will open at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 9 via Zoom video conferencing. After the event, Abnormalities will continue to be available on the department website.

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NMSUs new engineering graduate program in information technology approved Man working at a laptop

New Mexico State Universitys College of Engineering has a new graduate program in information technology. The Professional Masters in Information Technology has received final approvals from the New Mexico Higher Learning Commission.

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Dino Cervantes named NMSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame 2020 inductee Head and shoulders of a man

Dino Cervantes, a local farmer, chile processor and New Mexico State University alumnus, has been named this years inductee in the NMSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame, NMSUs Arrowhead Center and the Office of the Vice President for Research announced this week.

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