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HRTM students win four awards at national conference A group of people smiling.

A group of students from New Mexico State University’s School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management took home the top honor and three other awards last month during the National Society of Minorities in Hospitality conference in Houston.

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NMSU-Las Cruces leadership to hold second virtual Town Hall Thursday NMSU President John Floros speaking during address

As part of an ongoing effort to keep the campus community and the public informed during the COVID-19 pandemic, New Mexico State University President John Floros and members of the NMSU campus leadership will hold a second virtual town hall at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 26. President Floros and other leaders will provide updates for the Aggie community and then take questions.

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NMSU’s Innoventure program hosting two free Facebook Live events for students, parents Children sitting on the floor writing on a piece of paper

Parents, have a budding entrepreneur at home? Are you looking for activities while your elementary school student is at home? Join New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center with two Facebook Live events hosted by the Innoventure program that will introduce them to the concepts of solving a problem, creating a business and using things around the house to build their first prototype.

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NMSU prepares for online instruction, staff, faculty assist colleagues Woman, seated, is working on a laptop computer.

When New Mexico State University resumes classes March 30 following a two-week spring break, course instruction will be an online format for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester.

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NMSU assistant professor researches best learning methods for students Students outside in garden

There’s an old Chinese Proverb that goes, “Tell me and I may forget, show me and I may remember, involve me and I understand.” It’s a quote that Kulbhushan Grover, a New Mexico State University associate professor in the Plant and Environmental Sciences Department, keeps at the forefront of his mind as he teaches his crop production class in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

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NMSU Extension agents offer tips for stocking up during COVID-19 pandemic Head and shoulders of a woman

A specialist with the New Mexico State University Extension Family and Consumer Sciences is offering useful tips on how to properly plan for self-isolation during the COVID-19 global pandemic.

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NMSU economist addresses economic impact of COVID-19 Man standing in front of whiteboard.

As the new virus that causes COVID-19 continues to sow economic chaos across the world, longtime New Mexico State University economics professor Chris Erickson warns of an upcoming recession as the pandemic takes hold in the United States. But Erickson, interim head of the Department of Economics, Applied Statistics and International Business in NMSU’s College of Business, predicts a short-lived recession with a speedy recovery.

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Stay calm, reassuring when talking to kids about COVID-19, NMSU assistant professor suggests

Parents are faced with the difficult task of talking to their children about the COVID-19 pandemic, but should remain calm and reassuring in these uncertain times, said Lisa Peterson, a New Mexico State University assistant professor and director of the School Psychology Doctoral Program in the College of Education.

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NMSU programs featured on U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools 2021 list Campus reflected in window.

Several New Mexico State University graduate programs have been recognized on the newly released U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools 2021 rankings.

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NMSU journalism student receives national multicultural award Woman smiling holding award

Jessica Tarin spent part of last year backpacking across southwest Asia alone and learning four languages. This year the American Advertising Federation named Tarin one of the country’s 50 Most Promising Multicultural Students. She was selected from applicants involved in college chapters of AAF at 29 schools in 19 states across the U.S.

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NMSU researcher continues efforts to make NM’s Interstate 10 safer for drivers Vehicles drive past a dust storm.

The windy season wreaks havoc in southern New Mexico each spring, often bringing dust storms that create public safety hazards, especially for drivers traveling on roadways.

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NMSU announces two-week spring break for students, beginning Monday

New Mexico State University is implementing a system-wide, two-week spring break for students, beginning Monday, March 16.

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NMSU names first vice provost for digital learning initiatives Portrait of woman with brown hair

New Mexico State University has named Sherry Kollmann as its first vice provost for digital learning initiatives, a new role created by NMSU Provost Carol Parker to develop and drive an online and digital education strategy for the university.

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NMSU student’s book nominated for national recognition Man holding book

A New Mexico State University graduate student was recently nominated for a Pushcart Prize for his title poem, “Wyoming,” in his collection of poetry titled “Wyoming: The next question to ask (to answer).”

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NMSU engineering students to design device to measure ocean temperatures Men and women talking while sitting around a table.

Students from the New Mexico State University College of Engineering in collaboration with NMSU’s Biology Department and X2nSat, a full-service satellite network operator, are launching a project to measure Pacific Ocean temperatures during the Pacific Cup race.

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Three NMSU nursing programs receive 10-year reaccreditation A nursing student works in a lab.

For more than two decades, New Mexico State University’s School of Nursing has continuously met or surpassed national standards to earn accreditation. Recently, three of the school’s degree programs received the maximum 10-year reaccreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

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NMSU Extension responds to hemp production woes with info session in Santa Fe Two men in a field of hemp

SANTA FE – Hemp production is a new crop option for agriculture producers, but it may not be an easy one for profitable success.

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NMSU Extension to present beef cattle reproduction workshop in Isleta Man holding object

ISLETA – A beef cattle reproduction workshop focused on anatomy and endocrinology will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 17, at the Isleta Resort and Casino, 11000 Broadway SE.

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Potential quorum notice of NMSU regents March 11-14

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend the Western Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament from March 11-14 at Orleans Hotel and Casino, 4500 W. Tropicana Ave., in Las Vegas, Nevada. No votes or other official actions will be taken by the NMSU Board of Regents.

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NMSU Extension hosts free workshop on reducing fire risk in Rio Grande bosque Burnt tree

Living along the Rio Grande bosque provides a beautiful environment and enjoyable lifestyle, but risks do exist.

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NMSU researchers to present parental wellness workshop March 7

Researchers from New Mexico State University’s College of Health and Social Services will offer a free parental wellness workshop this weekend.

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NMSU astronomers to analyze Jupiter’s atmosphere thanks to NASA grant Three people sitting at a table in front of a laptop

The atmosphere of Jupiter is a colorful swirl of cloud bands in brown, yellow, red and white with an enormous red spot. To unlock some of the atmosphere’s mysteries on the gas giant planet, New Mexico State University researchers this week received a three-year, $283,800 grant from NASA’s New Frontiers Data Analysis Program.

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NMSU implements prevention plans, advises students, faculty on spring break travel Round object with spikey red receptors

New Mexico State University is closely monitoring the situation involving the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and is following the guidance of the New Mexico Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Although the current risk of acquiring COVID-19 in the United States is very low, and NMDOH reports no confirmed cases in New Mexico, the university will follow these agencies’ recommendations as the situation evolves.

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NMSU Alumni Association awards up for grabs Group of alumni awardees smiling

Every year during Homecoming, the New Mexico State University Alumni Association recognizes some of the institution’s most successful graduates and friends through time-honored awards.

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NMSU to host activist stars of podcast, “Bitter Brown Femmes” at public event Mar. 10 Man and women

March is ‘Women’s History Month,’ a time to honor the many contributions women have made in history and society. As a way to celebrate the month and raise awareness of the current climate across the nation facing women, New Mexico State University will host a talk/live recording by the stars of the podcast, “Bitter Brown Femmes,” Ruben and Cassandra, at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 10 at O’Donnell Hall, Room 111. The event is free and open to the public.

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NMSU’s Sunshine Week to discuss the future of journalism  Flyer

New Mexico State University will host a panel discussion for Sunshine Week 2020 at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 11 at the NMSU Zuhl Library, third floor. This year’s topic will be “DEAD or ALIVE: Will Local News Survive? A discussion of journalism’s future.”

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NMSU to host jujube fruit tree growing habits, pruning workshop in Alcalde March 20 Woman in purple vest with pruners

ALCALDE – Interest in raising jujube as an alternative fruit crop continues to grow among New Mexicans because of crop reliability and its ability to adapt well to a wide range of soil pH levels and weather conditions.

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NMSU assistant professor named a 2020 Woman of Influence by Albuquerque Business First Woman in kitchen

Two cups of dedication, three tablespoons of perseverance and a pinch of love is the perfect recipe that led Kelley Coffeen to be named one of the 2020 Women of Influence for the state of New Mexico by Albuquerque Business First.

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NMSU rodeo spring opener scheduled for March 7 Woman roping steer.

The New Mexico State University rodeo team is getting ready to kick off its spring season Saturday, March 7 in Casa Grande, Arizona. Currently, the women’s team ranks first, and the men’s team ranks second in the Grand Canyon region entering the season.

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NMSU’s Latino Week to kick off with performance by comedian Alex Reymundo Flyer

New Mexico State University’s Hispanic Council and Chicano Programs along with the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Latinos in Science & Engineering and the Associated Students of NMSU will host the 2020 Latino Week during the first two weeks in March. Events are open and free to the NMSU community.

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