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NMSU’s third annual Founders Day Picnic has theme of chile cultivation, cuisine Green chile peppers

New Mexico State University’s third annual Founders Day will be celebrated Wednesday, April 26 featuring a picnic lunch from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the Traders Plaza, south of the College of Business.

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NSF CAREER award helps NMSU professor design devices for search and rescue teams

Zachary Toups wasn’t always a computer science professor. Before he started teaching at New Mexico State University, he was a researcher attached to the Disaster Preparedness and Response group involved with Texas Task Force 1, one of 28 federal teams under the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Urban Search and Rescue System. These teams go to the scene of a disaster and search the debris to find survivors.

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NMSU announces conclusion of Tough Enough to Wear Pink efforts A photo of NMSU researcher Jeffrey Arterburn in a laboratory.

After 10 years of fundraising for cancer research, dozens of awareness activities and a decade of pink Aggie football games, NMSU Aggies Are Tough Enough to Wear Pink organizers have announced their volunteer efforts will not continue in 2017.

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NMSU Honors College symposium showcases student research and creativity Three dancers on stage, reddish backdrop

The New Mexico State University community and the public are invited to attend a morning of presentations, poster displays and performances that include topics such as agriculture, dance, science, health, engineering, poetry and economics.

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NMSU rodeo team celebrates 75 years

The New Mexico State University rodeo team will celebrate its 75 years with a reception, a music festival and of course, a rodeo.

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New Mexico Indian Livestock Days has provided research-based information for 21 years

ALBUQUERQUE – Since 1985 research-based information has been presented to Navajo and Pueblo livestock growers by New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at an annual event.

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Legacy gift to NMSU honors a nephew’s work in ag education

Anne and Kent McIntosh wanted their legacy after a lifelong farming career to help sustain agricultural education in New Mexico through an endowed scholarship in honor of their nephew.

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NM FAST program to host small business workshop in Clovis

The New Mexico Federal and State Technology Partnership Program, housed at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, will host a workshop on how small businesses in New Mexico can fund their innovative ideas through the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs.

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‘Managing Risk and Thinking Ahead’ drought workshop set for April 26 in Clovis Aerial view of circular crop fields

If you’re a farmer, dairy owner or rancher in Eastern New Mexico or West Texas, you may want to attend the “Managing Risk and Thinking Ahead” workshop from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, in Clovis, New Mexico. The workshop is at the Curry County Events Center Indoor Pavilion, located on the Curry County Fairgrounds at 900 E. Brady Ave.

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Celebrate Mother Earth at the Community Earth Day Fair 2017 Las Cruces Earth Day fair poster.

Every year on April 22, the whole world celebrates Earth Day. Started as a day to show support for environmental protection efforts, Earth Day is celebrated in 192 countries. New Mexico State university’s Office of Sustainability and Organization of Aggie Students Inspiring Sustainability, in conjunction with the City of Las Cruces, continues to put on their Earth Day fair.

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NMSU system launches its most ambitious campaign ever, aiming to raise $125 million

The New Mexico State University system has embarked on a $125 million comprehensive campaign, and will kick off the public phase of its largest-ever fundraising effort with an energized event Friday, April 28, at the Center for the Arts.

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NMSU rodeo team running on all cylinders

With two final events on the schedule this month, the New Mexico State University rodeo team has found themselves in good standing before the College National Finals Rodeo in June.

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Leading cancer researcher, NMSU alum to give public lecture, meet with students Man in a white lab coat

A Las Cruces native and field-leading researcher in the areas of cancer genetics and neurosciences will give a talk at New Mexico State University about breakthrough discoveries that could impact future treatment of diseases such as Lou Gehrig’s disease, Huntington’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.

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NMSU to host second Feminist Border Arts Film Festival Flyer with information about the Feminist Border Arts Film Festival

Live-action narratives, animation and documentaries exploring a range of social issues by filmmakers from the United States and all over the world will be presented at New Mexico State University’s second annual Feminist Border Arts Film Festival.

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Marine veteran known for generosity, advocacy remembered with NMSU endowed scholarship Man and woman standing with photograph

About a month before he died, Josh Dunne, his father and brothers-in-law went on a hunting trip. Before returning to Las Cruces, they stopped at a Silver City restaurant run by a relative. There, Dunne met a fellow veteran and made friendly conversation with him.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center TechMatch program matches entrepreneurs with technology

Have you ever had an interest in becoming an entrepreneur, but didn’t have an invention or business idea already formulated? Through its TechMatch program, an initiative funded by a U.S. Economic Development Administration i6 grant, Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University is working to match aspiring entrepreneurs with technologies and creative works that are available to take to market. There are close to 500 technologies available, waiting for the right person to build businesses around or commercialize these innovations.

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NMSU’s College of ACES Dean Flores receives KSU’s Outstanding Alumni Award Man in jacket and yellow shirt

As an engineer and scientist in grain processing, New Mexico State University’s Rolando A. Flores, dean of the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, has been selected to receive the Kansas State University Department of Grain Science and Industry’s Outstanding Alumni Award.

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NMSU College of Education recognizes Emerging Scholars in research Man and woman standing in front of a machine

Five faculty members at New Mexico State University’s College of Education have been named Emerging Scholars for their innovative research efforts.

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NMSU’s AgSprint accelerator selects first participants

Six promising startup companies that are developing technology in all areas of agriculture have been selected for a new accelerator program at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center.

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Retired NMSU adjunct professor to reveal history and mysteries of the Maya calendar Book cover with ancient markings.

By 1,800 years ago, speakers of proto-Ch’olan, the ancestor of three present-day Maya languages, developed a calendar of eighteen twenty-day months and a set of five days to make a year. One former New Mexico State University adjunct professor has spent years studying the “firsts” and the “whys” of it.

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