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NMSU receives grant to help students study abroad Two people walk on the NMSU campus.

New Mexico State University has been selected to receive an Increase and Diversify Education Abroad for U.S. Students grant from the U.S. Department of State’s Capacity Building Program for U.S. Study Abroad. NMSU was one of 24 institutions selected from 115 applicants.

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NMSU alum develops rapid diagnostic test for active COVID-19 Two people in white protective body suits

A young health care entrepreneur, a New Mexico native who grew up just south of Las Cruces, may hold the key to testing millions of Americans to see if they are infected and spreading the coronavirus.

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NMSU, TriCore Laboratories partner to bring coronavirus testing lab to campus Company logo

Albuquerque-based TriCore Reference Laboratories is establishing a branch lab at New Mexico State University to provide local testing for novel coronavirus infection.

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NMSU associate professor focuses on infertility research Head and shoulders of a woman

Infertility among women is a common problem in the United States, with about 6.1 million women who experience difficulty becoming or staying pregnant, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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NMSU art student’s work to be featured in national exhibit Women smiling

New Mexico State University art student Analinda Gonzalez has turned one of the hardest experiences of her life into an impactful piece of art. Inspired by her father’s deportation at a young age, her painting “Separated” has been selected as one of 40 finalists for this year’s AXA Art Prize competition.

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Aggie One-Stop provides convenient, streamlined student experience Building photo

Beginning Aug. 3, New Mexico State University students will be able to find information about financial aid, admissions, bill payments and more in one convenient place – the Aggie One-Stop.

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Virtual town hall at NMSU invites statewide input for Clean Energy Economy Roadmap Man stands above a solar energy facility.

Stakeholders from across New Mexico are invited to contribute to the formation of a Clean Energy Economy Roadmap as part of a virtual town hall to be held Aug. 5. The Clean Energy Economy Town Hall is hosted by New Mexico State University’s Innovation and Commercialization for a Regional Energy Workforce project.

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NMSU’s Steve Loring receives excellence in leadership award Studio headshot of man with white beard and mustache

Communicating about the impact of agriculture has been Steve Loring’s passion during his 36 years with New Mexico State University.

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Arrowhead Innovation Fund welcomes new board members Manatt, Castañeda Man in a suit standing outdoors

The Arrowhead Innovation Fund is welcoming former New Mexico State University Regent President James Manatt, and Orlando Castañeda, an NMSU graduate and vice president and banking adviser at Northern Trust, as new board members.

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NMSU researchers recruiting clinical trial participants by telephone Headshot of a woman.

A team of researchers at New Mexico State University is calling households in the border region to identify and invite eligible Hispanic mothers to participate in a cancer education study.

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Investigadoras de NMSU reclutando participantes por teléfono Foto de rostro de una mujer.

Un equipo de investigación de la Universidad Estatal de Nuevo México está llamando a hogares en la región fronteriza para identificar e invitar a madres hispanas elegibles a participar en un estudio de educación sobre el cáncer.

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NMSU, NMDA experts offer advice on conserving pest control safety gear during COVID-19 Gloves on top of a box and on a table

During the current COVID-19 pandemic, there is a massive ongoing need for gloves and N-95 masks for medical and health care workers. At the same time, pest management is one of many other fields that also have strict safety requirements necessitating the use of personal protective equipment.

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NMSU to host July 30 webinar on marketing beef directly to consumers Cattle being driven in grass pasture

Interest in direct marketing of beef to consumers has increased since the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the retail food supply chain.

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NMSU part of multi-university network to promote cyber expertise Head and shoulders of a man

New Mexico State University is among the institutions participating in a three-year National Science Foundation-funded project to promote cyber expertise among research universities, community colleges, minority-serving institutions and other organizations in the Southwest.

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NMSU, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico partner to expand health care workforce A nursing student works in a lab.

Through a $500,000 gift to New Mexico State University’s College of Health and Social Services, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico will play a pivotal role in expanding the workforce of nurses and social workers in New Mexico.

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NMSU alumna’s chapbook published after winning national award Woman smiling

Brooke Sahni graduated from New Mexico State University in 2019 with her master of fine arts degree in creative writing. She wrote her 38-page book of poems titled “Divining” while working on her thesis at NMSU. After winning the 2019 Orison Chapbook Prize, the company published her work in early July 2020.

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Camarena appointed dean of NMSU William Conroy Honors College A headshot of a man.

Phame Camarena, a first-generation college student and native Californian, has been selected to lead the William Conroy Honors College at New Mexico State University.

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New experimental rangeland productivity forecast tool expands to the southwest region Cattle grazing

Every spring, ranchers face the same difficult challenge of trying to guess how much grass will be available for livestock to graze during the upcoming season.

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NMSU Center for Academic Advising and Student Support to host virtual career success workshop series in July Title page of powerpoint

New Mexico State University’s Center for Academic Advising and Student Support will continue to host its virtual career success workshop series through the month of July. The workshops will aim to help students be prepared to enter the job market during the COIVD-19 pandemic.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center working with City of Las Cruces Economic Development to create local business accelerators People participating in a Zoom teleconference

New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center will offer two free business accelerators designed to help Las Cruces businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Las Cruces BizSprint will run two eight-week sessions for 30 local companies in the late summer and fall, and will focus on best practices in business management and e-commerce training.

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