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U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools 2018 features many NMSU programs Woman gives presentation to classroom.

New Mexico State University’s College of Education graduate programs led the way for the university’s programs on the newly released U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools 2018 list.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet in closed executive session March 20

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will meet in closed executive session at 1 p.m. Monday, March 20, in Hadley Hall Room 210 on the NMSU Las Cruces Campus.

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KRWG-TV program featured nationally on PBS NewsHour Man wearing brown tie, in a newsroom

KRWG-TV reporter and producer Simon Thompson is originally from Australia. With his own international background, he has taken a particular interest in immigration issues in the United States, and now that interest has led to a report by Thompson with a nationwide audience.

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NMSU hosts VEX Robotics state competition, eight teams advance to Worlds

Of the 45 teams and more than 400 students that competed in the fourth annual New Mexico VEX Robotics State Championship, March 4, eight teams qualified for the national competition, VEX Worlds 2017 to be held in Louisville, Kentucky, April 19-22.

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NMSU PREP Academy accepting applications

The New Mexico State University Engineering New Mexico Resource Network is accepting applications for the 2017 PREP Middle and High School Academies. PREP is a summer residential camp that provides diverse, high-achieving middle and high school students the chance to explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers.

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13th annual J. Paul Taylor Social Justice Symposium to explore mental health issues Man standing with two women holding awards

The 13th annual J. Paul Taylor Social Justice Symposium at New Mexico State University will bring to light a topic often hidden in the Las Cruces community.

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NMSU to host tri-county beef herd health symposium in Moriarty Cattle being herded by man on horse

MORIARTY – Cattle producers face many issues revolving around their herds’ health.

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NMSU College of Engineering associate dean, graduate students use supercomputer Man’s head shot.

NMSU College of Engineering associate dean, graduate students use supercomputer

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Retired Navy SEAL speech highlights NMSU Pride Season Man with wire face cage

Pride Season at New Mexico State University kicks off Wednesday, March 15, with a free concert at the Corbett Center Student Union Patio, near Taos Restaurant.

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NMSU student group to host domestic violence conference Group of people in blue shirts sitting and standing

Why do domestic abuse victims stay with their abusers? The answers are not easy to hear, but criminal justice students at New Mexico State University have put together a day-long conference to help the community better understand the issues.

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NMSU School of Social Work welcomes national immigrant child welfare organization

A national organization that promotes the welfare of children of immigrants and their families has relocated to New Mexico State University’s College of Health and Social Services School of Social Work.

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NMSU professor develops maple tree, secures patent Man standing in front of plants

Next fall you may see trees in New Mexico with more colorful leaves. Specifically, you may see Mesa Glow maples with bright crimson leaves. Its scientific name is Acer grandidentatum “JFS-NuMex 3,” and New Mexico State University has recently been awarded a patent on the plant.

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High school students advance to nationals after placing in competitions at NMSU Group photo

More than 40 high school students from across New Mexico have qualified to participate in a national competition after placing first during the Educators Rising New Mexico state conference this week at New Mexico State University. Educators Rising is an organization that encourages high school students to consider careers in education

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NMSU to host Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities/U.S. Army University tours Students walking on campus.

About 800 high school local students will have the opportunity to spend a day on New Mexico State University’s campus this week. NMSU is hosting the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities/U.S. Army University Tours Monday, March 6 through Wednesday, March 8 and Friday, March 10.

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State’s agricultural leaders host listening session at New Mexico Ag Expo Man with turquoise plaid shirt

PORTALES – The first of a series of listening sessions with New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences Dean Rolando Flores and New Mexico Secretary of Agriculture Jeff Witte will be held in conjunction with the New Mexico Ag Expo March 24 in Portales.

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NMSU departments team up with public school for STEAM family night

Departments from across New Mexico State University have put together a fun evening of demonstrations and hands-on activities in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math for students and parents from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 8 at Sonoma Elementary School.

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New Mexico 4-H adds new group of ambassadors 2017 New Mexico 4-H ambassadors.

The ending of another Senior Leadership Retreat means the beginning of a new group of senior- aged New Mexico 4-H members in leadership positions.

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NMSU program guides leaders in food, agriculture, natural resources People in hard hats standing in front of solar panels

Who will be the next leaders in the food, agriculture and natural resource industries in New Mexico?

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NMSU Cancer Outreach Program to host free community health fair

The Cancer Outreach Program at New Mexico State University’s Department of Public Health Sciences will host a health fair this week to raise awareness of colorectal cancer.

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Students to compete in regional science, engineering fair this weekend at NMSU

WHAT: Students give poster presentations of their science and engineering fair projects

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NMSU’s “Global Connections” series explores French cuisine and culture Group of students with professor in front of a historical arc

While most people think of the the Eiffel tower and the Louvre when it comes to France, a New Mexico State University professor is bringing a taste of the French countryside and culture to Las Cruces in the next “Global Connections” talk.

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NMSU women’s studies program changes name to gender and sexuality studies Head and shoulders of a woman near a tree

In an effort to reflect national and international trends and the changes within the academic discipline, New Mexico State University’s women’s studies program, part of the department of interdisciplinary studies in the College of Arts and Sciences is now known as gender and sexuality studies.

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NMSU celebrates Latino Week in March

Tantalize your taste buds, get lost in a maze, enjoy the deep sound of the guitarrón and witness the Matachines dancers’ colorful costumes at New Mexico State University. You may experience all of these things as part of Latino Week on campus in March.

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NMSU College of Business tax experts warn of potential fraudulent schemes

Now that tax season is upon us, people must be especially diligent to protect themselves against the influx of IRS-type scams.

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Leaders in cancer research to speak at NMSU in March Woman with pink shirt, black sweater

A not-so-average stomach bug and transparent fish embryo?

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NMSU engineering professor receives $500,000 NSF CAREER award Man holding an electronic instrument.

An assistant professor in the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at New Mexico State University, Wei Tang has received a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career award, which is a five-year, $500,000 grant.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet March 6

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a regular meeting at 1 p.m. Monday, March 6, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building on NMSU’s Las Cruces Campus.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center launches TechSprint accelerator for NM startups

Arrowhead Center, the economic development engine at New Mexico State University, has launched a new Arrowhead StartupSprint aimed at all New Mexico tech startups, regardless of their affiliation with the university. StartupSprints support growth-driven companies through education, mentorship, and financing in a short period, cohort-based setting.

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NMSU to host second Educators Rising state conference

About 140 students and teachers from high schools across the state are expected to attend the second annual Educators Rising New Mexico conference Sunday through Tuesday on the New Mexico State University campus.

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NMSU professor named director of telescope at Apache Point Observatory Head and shoulders of a woman

Nancy Chanover is the first New Mexico State University astronomy professor to be named director of the 3.5-meter telescope at the Apache Point Observatory.

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