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DACC to host online events in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month Headshots of four people.

The Doa Ana Community College Library is inviting DACC and community members to participate in a series of virtual events in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month.

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NSF grant brings high-performance computing to New Mexico students, faculty Head and shoulders of a woman

To help meet the increased demand for technology jobs, a $400,000 National Science Foundation grant is helping New Mexico State University change the landscape for high-performance computing for students and faculty throughout New Mexico over the next two years. High-performance computers (HPCs) can crunch numbers for complex problems like those in artificial intelligence, genetics, economics or ecology and skills with them are highly sought after. An HPC can be considered a superpowered computer that people are able to share time on. NMSUs HPC Team includes a group of graduate students, HPC administrators and Diana V. Dugas, principal investigator of the grant and NMSUs director of instruction and research support who collaborate to support the system and its users.

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NMSU Librarys community outreach extends across southern New Mexico Woman standing in library.

With almost two million books and many more online resources available, conducting research might be an intimidating task for students. The New Mexico State University Library staff can help streamline the process so students and community members can find the resources they need.

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NMSUs Physical Science Laboratory awarded new 10-year, $92.8 million contract Aerial photo of NMSUs campus

New Mexico State Universitys Physical Science Laboratory has been awarded a 10-year, $92,870,000 contact from the United States Department of Defense to support the information operations, vulnerability/survivability assessment and analysis program.

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NMSU Extension Seed to Supper program popular during COVID-19 Woman sitting with basket of vegetables.

The Seed to Supper program has sprouted enthusiasm for gardening throughout New Mexico during the pandemic.

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Some NMSU music courses resume face-to-face instruction

The New Mexico State University Music Department resumed face-to-face instruction in lecture courses and some ensembles and studios this week, following a shift to online instruction Sept. 24 in response to COVID-19 cases reported by an instructor and two students in the department.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center, El Paso County partner to host two free business sprints El Paso scenic photo

New Mexico State Universitys Arrowhead Center is partnering with the El Paso County Economic Development Department to offer two free six-week business accelerators this October and November. Local businesses interested in tailored mentoring and coaching, as well as unique local opportunities, are encouraged to apply.

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Titus to retire after two decades at NMSU Womans head shot

Following a 20-year career at New Mexico State University, Elizabeth Titus is retiring Oct. 1. Titus joined NMSU as dean of the Library in July 2000.

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NMSU to host certification course for canned food processors in Spanish

New Mexico State Universitys College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will host an online course in Spanish designed for managers and supervisors of canned food processing operations around the region.

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NMSU civil engineers receive national award for railroad testing research Mans head shot

New Mexico State University Civil Engineering Assistant Professor Ehsan Dehghan-Niri and Ph.D. candidate Sina Zamen received a 2020 fellowship from the American Society for Non-Destructive Testing. The fellowship award was based on their proposal, Evaluation of Rolling Contact Fatigue cracks on railheads using nonlinear ultrasound in phase-space domain.

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NMSU Art Museum director joins statewide panel to discuss importance of supporting feminist artists Women smiling

New Mexico State University Art Museum director Marisa Sage will join a statewide panel discussion hosted by 516 ARTS focusing on the importance of curating feminist artwork. 516 ARTS is a non-collecting, contemporary art museum located in Albuquerque.

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Cibola County virtual job fair to be held at NMSU-Grants Oct. 7

GRANTS Cibola County is headed for additional economic hard times with the layoffs and closure of three major employers in the area.

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NMSU researcher warns massive bird-die off is an alarm Woman kneels on the ground.

A New Mexico State University researcher who is part of a group of scientists leading efforts to uncover the unknown force responsible for killing possibly millions of migratory birds across the Southwest believes the deaths may be signaling much graver ecological troubles.

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NMSU professor named Soil Science Society of America Fellow Head shot of man in suit jacket

New Mexico State University environment soil physics professor Manoj Shukla has been nominated and elected as a 2020 Fellow of the Soil Science Society of America.

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NMSU Office of Experiential Learning to host 22nd annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Exterior of Corbett Center

New Mexico State Universitys Office of Experiential Learning will host the 22nd annual Graduate and Professional School Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7. This event will be held virtually via Handshake.

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NMSU celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month with virtual events Headshots of women.

New Mexico State Universitys Chicano Programs is inviting students from all ethnic backgrounds to commemorate National Hispanic Heritage Month by participating in virtual events from now until Oct. 15.

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After additional feedback, Gateway to NMSU project moves forward with combined design

Construction of the Gateway to NMSU, a large-scale construction project on the east side of New Mexico State Universitys Las Cruces campus, is set to begin in approximately 12 months. The monument, coinciding with the massive Interstate 25/University Avenue reconstruction project, is designed to welcome students, employees and visitors to campus.

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NMSU Extension presents youth webinar on skills for success beginning Oct. 1

Academic success is important whether continuing to higher education or pursuing a career after high school.

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November ballot includes funding for NMSU agricultural modernization Drawing of building

New Mexico voters will be asked on Nov. 3 to approve several general obligation bond questions, including two that will provide critical funding for the New Mexico State University system. There is no tax increase associated with approval of these bonds.

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NMSUs Electrify New Mexico sheds light on opportunities for beneficial electrification Solar panel parking structure

In a continued dialogue of advancing a statewide clean energy economy, New Mexico State University invites interested individuals to join a discussion on beneficial electrification from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Oct. 14. The discussion will focus on new technologies, related opportunities and challenges, and strategies for educating an associated workforce. The event will take place online via Zoom.

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NMSU Extensions NM EDGE delivers classes, graduation online Screen shot of zoom event

Public servants across New Mexico became distance learners as the New Mexico EDGE program moved its certified public manager program core classes online in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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NMSU launches program to support minority students with $1 million grant from USDA Headshot of a man

A $1 million grant from the National Institute of Food and Agricultural will support an innovative cross-campus collaboration at New Mexico State University that aims to transform the educational experience and increase accessibility and workforce opportunities for underrepresented students in natural resources and agriculture.

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NMSU professor on regional panel discussing impact of COVID-19 on higher ed Head and shoulders of a woman

The Western Alliance of Community College Academic Leaders and Western Academic Leadership Forum has invited a New Mexico State University professor and a leading researcher in emerging infectious diseases to speak at an upcoming virtual forum titled The New World of Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities of COVID-19.

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NMSU Extension to host sustainable agriculture webinar series beginning Oct. 1 Man pointing at seeds in chile pod

Its not too soon to start preparing for next years growing season, and New Mexico State Universitys Cooperative Extension Service is hosting a six-part online series on sustainable agriculture topics to help growers get a head start this fall.

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NMSU researcher co-authors article on damaging effects of social isolation due to COVID-19 Man wearing a mask and bicycling safety gear in front of a sign

While scientists and doctors are still working to understand the virus that causes COVID-19, the pandemic has also had many indirect effects on the health of people working remotely while in isolation.

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NMSU Arrowhead Centers Innoventure program to host K-12 Business Pitch competition Girl holding and pointing to a container filled with red liquid

If your kids are trying to sell you their latest invention at the dinner table, let them try to sell it to a larger audience by participating in Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State Universitys new and free-to-enter K-12 Business Pitch competition.

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NMSU professors join global network researching emerging infectious diseases Head and shoulders of a woman

Last week the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health, announced that it has awarded 11 five-year grants valued at approximately $82 million to establish the Centers for Research in Emerging Infectious Diseases (CREID).

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NMSU to award posthumous degree to beloved Las Cruces educator

Jed Hendee was close to completing his dissertation on his path to earning his doctorate in Educational Leadership and Administration from New Mexico State Universitys College of Education when he passed away in May, following a six-year battle with brain cancer. On Friday, NMSU will honor his lifelong commitment to education and the impact he had on students throughout New Mexico by approving conferral of a posthumous doctoral degree on Hendee during a meeting of the Board of Regents.

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New state 4-H leadership team planning virtual workshops for club members Green poster with 10 photos

A team of 10 new officers and ambassadors are entering their term as New Mexicos 4-H state leadership and feeling enthusiastic about serving the organization and their fellow members.

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Startup launches child safety app with mentorship from NMSU Arrowhead Center Photo of child looking at a handheld device

Securing the best interests of your children is much harder when their interests take them online. For parents who want to keep an eye on their child, it may be hard to continuously monitor what happens virtually. With mentoring from Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University, New Mexico-based startup Parental Values is aiming to give parents better tools to manage online dangers their children may face.

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