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NMSU regents to hold special meeting April 21

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special meeting at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 21. Due to public health emergency mandates issued by New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, the meeting will be webcast only. In compliance with the Open Meetings Act, copies of the agenda will be made available at least 72 hours prior to the meeting and accessible on the public university website at https://regents.nmsu.edu/agenda/.

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NMSU ‘feels like home’ for Gates Scholarship recipient Man standing near a window

Ricardo Vasquez initially began his college experience at Boston University, more than 2,000 miles and a world away from his hometown of Vinton, Texas, a suburb of El Paso.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center business accelerator WESprint applications due soon Two women speaking

For New Mexico women entrepreneurs, it is time to apply to the five-week business accelerator at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center. Created in part thanks to the support of the U.S. Small Business Administration, the WESprint program will accept applications until April 20.

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NMSU researcher studying how viruses jump from wildlife to humans Woman with a black backpack holding a vacuum hose in the rain forest

Wildlife to human transmission of viruses has caused some of the world’s most notorious pandemics, from severe acute respiratory syndrome, also known as SARS to H1N1 swine flu and Ebola, and now COVID-19. New Mexico State University post-doctoral fellow Katie Young spent a year in the tropical rainforests of Malaysian Borneo studying the mosquito-borne virus Dengue, to better understand the cross talk between viruses and hosts.

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NMSU mental health counselor gives advice to cope with COVID-19 pandemic A man sits a desk in front of a computer.

To curb the spread of COVID-19, public health experts have urged people nationwide to practice social distancing, and many states, including New Mexico, have implemented measures ordering residents to stay at home. Now, as a result, millions are self-isolating and limiting social contact by teleworking or attending school virtually.

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NMSU WAVE Program increases social media outreach during COVID-19 outbreak Instagram post

The Wellness, Alcohol and Violence Education Program at New Mexico State University is a risk reduction and prevention program that educates the campus community on issues of personal safety and well-being. The WAVE/WAVE Rx Program are a staff of 15 working from home to ensure health promotion stays at the forefront of the NMSU campus, according to Olivia De Leon, WAVE Program health education specialist.

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Burrell College, NMSU Foundation to celebrate gift with virtual ‘check-passing’ Monday Photo of building

Many employees and students at both New Mexico State University and the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine have shifted to working and learning online, but the work of both institutions continues at full speed – including the public-private partnership that connects them and supports pathways for students to become health care professionals in the region.

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NMSU College of Engineering makes personal protective equipment for area medical workers Face shields on a table.

The Aggie Innovation Space at New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering has been in high gear in recent days, as students and staff work to produce face shields for healthcare workers.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center BizSprint Accelerator now earlier with focus on online marketing Photo of people participating in Zoom conference

Business innovation doesn’t stop during a crisis, and New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center wants to make sure that businesses have the marketing skills they need during the economic shifts created by COVID-19.

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NMSU gathers protective gear, will donate to local hospitals Boxes on a table

As healthcare providers on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic face shortages of personal protective equipment, New Mexico State University is pitching in to help local hospitals in Las Cruces.

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NMSU professor, Orthodox priest adapts to new technology to teach Old Testament Head and shoulders of a man

Like many faculty members at New Mexico State University, Gabriel Rochelle was a bit apprehensive about moving his course on the Old Testament to the Zoom online platform.

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NMSU design team hopes to compete at international finals delayed by COVID-19 Six men, standing, holding certificates.

Microplastics polluting the Pacific Ocean could be cleaned up and recycled with the help of an invention created by Crustacean, a design team at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU Animal and Range Sciences professor examines placenta development, dysfunction Man feeding a sheep

Most expectant mothers know that a placenta is something that forms around fetuses to nourish and protect them. However, what they may not realize is that a placenta is considered an organ that only appears during pregnancy.

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NMSU employee in stable condition after testing positive for COVID-19

An NMSU female employee in her 50s is hospitalized in stable condition after testing positive for COVID-19. She has been working from home since March 18, when the university began to implement telework procedures.

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NMSU Art Museum to host online series of programs, “ALONE/TOGETHER” woman playing cello and other actors

The New Mexico State University Art Museum has created a series of online Saturday programs in collaboration with artists and programming partners from “Labor: Motherhood & Art in 2020,” in response to closing their doors for public health reasons due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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NMSU sociologist: COVID-19 pandemic may erode gains of women’s movement Head and shoulders of a woman

Could women’s independence become another victim of the novel coronavirus? A New Mexico State University sociology professor says the answer is likely yes.

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Campus Tutoring Services continues to provide services with online sessions Image of a computer video chat

When classes at New Mexico State University resumed March 30, Campus Tutoring Services was prepared to continue helping students, albeit in a new format.

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NMSU Extension to host postponed cattle reproduction workshops online Calf with mother cow

Two beef cattle reproduction workshops postponed in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic are now planned for online delivery in April.

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NMSU College of ACES provides COVID-19 resource website Woman looking at computer screens

During the COVID-19 pandemic there are many sources of information for self and family care and safety.

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NMSU’s diversity programs transition online to continue efforts to help students screenshot of Zoom workshop

As New Mexico State University students come back from an extended spring break to face the new normal of online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many can be left feeling isolated and unsure how to navigate moving forward.

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KRWG to air at-home learning broadcasts for New Mexico’s K-5 students KRWG graphic

The coronavirus crisis has resulted in the closures of all New Mexico public schools. In response, New Mexico State University’s KRWG Public Media is partnering with New Mexico PBS, Albuquerque Public Schools and KENW to air a broadcast initiative that will support and encourage at-home learning for K-5 students and their families. The broadcast lessons will be on KRWG channel 22 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday through Friday beginning April 6.

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Seed investment to develop NMSU research, partners with Arrowhead Center Four people talking around a table

New Mexico State University research will see large-scale development through seed investment and commercialization, thanks to a new partnership with VIC Technology Venture Development.

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Aggie basketball games offer students a chance to win ‘A Grand in the Stands’ People in line holding a check

During the 2019-2020 basketball season at New Mexico State University, the NMSU Foundation awarded seven $1,000 scholarships to Aggie students who were randomly selected in a drawing called, “A Grand in the Stands!”

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center transitions to online services during COVID-19 pandemic Woman holding a cup of coffee

It’s happening throughout the country and New Mexico is no exception – businesses are moving online in new ways by embracing their Internet connectivity. New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center is using the same tactics to be the link to entrepreneurs who are working on ramping up their businesses during these challenging times.

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NMSU determining combination of native flowers to attract different pollinators Bumblebee on a flower

Pollinator insects play a critical role in the agricultural world. Without their natural transference of pollen from plant to plant while obtaining nutrients, many types of vegetables and fruit for human consumption would not exist.

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NMSU student receives regional award but coronavirus cancels nationals Man smiling with a award

Daniel Miller enrolled at New Mexico State University to become an actor. But thanks to the hands-on, multi-disciplinary NMSU Department of Theater Arts, Miller found another passion and recently received his first award for it.

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NMSU Extension offers live online series on financially navigating the COVID-19 outbreak Man in dark blue shirt

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused financial uncertainty for many people with the closure of nonessential businesses and guidelines restricting gatherings to five people.

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NMSU Aggie Cupboard works to meet demand during COVID-19 pandemic Woman carrying box of supplies

In the days and weeks since COVID-19 became a worldwide pandemic, empty grocery store shelves have become an all-too-common sight. But New Mexico State University’s on-campus food pantry, Aggie Cupboard, is working to ensure students, staff and faculty facing food insecurity have access to pantry staples during this time of crisis.

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NMSU Extension offers 4-H members special project during COVID-19 closures

For some youth, the COVID-19 closure of their school building is a time to learn about technology and design tools that they can use to create digital projects.

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