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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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Finalists selected for top post at NMSU Grants Community College

Three finalists have been selected to interview for the position of president of the New Mexico State University Grants campus.

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Workshop on wells and water management offered at NMSU

The Engineering New Mexico Resource Network at New Mexico State University and the Civil Engineering Department will present a workshop on Wells, Pumps, Etc., from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 11.

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Traveling photo exhibit reveals people’s stories from Irish teens to Pennsylvania coalminers Boy with hands over woman’s face

A former New Mexico State University professor with photos in collections at the Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Museum of Art and the J. Paul Getty Museum will have an exhibition at the University Art Gallery. “In Good Time: Photographs by Doug DuBois” will run from Feb. 23 through April 15, with an opening reception from 5-7p.m. on Feb. 24.

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NMSU alumna, Gates Foundation officer to visit campus, speak to students and community

Sue Gerber, an alumna of New Mexico State University working with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to help eradicate polio to the Middle East and Africa will visit campus next week and speak to faculty, staff, students and members of the Las Cruces community.

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NMSU hosts national USDA Hispanic-Serving Institution meeting Man in yellow shirt, black jacket

The New Mexico State University College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will host nearly 250 researchers and students for a national meeting Feb. 16 to 18 in Albuquerque.

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NMSU, UNM introduce public health to maternal and child health care practitioners Four women sitting in row

ALBUQUERQUE – As a medically underserved, rural and impoverished state, New Mexico has many health care issues. One area is public health issues associated with mother and child health care.

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Media passes available for the 2017 Las Cruces International Film Festival March 8-12

WHAT: Las Cruces International Film Festival presented by NMSU March 8-12

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NMSU Domenici Institute invites student panelist applications for 2017 conference Two women and two men stand and ask questions.

The 10th year of the Domenici Public Policy Conference kicks off with its annual call to university and community college students in New Mexico. New Mexico State University’s Domenici Institute for Public Policy is now accepting applications for the 20-person student panel charged with asking the tough questions of speakers at the conference. The conference is set for Sept. 13 and 14 at the Las Cruces Convention Center. Panelist applications are due April 27.

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NMSU Crimson Research helps organizations improve health services, community outreach Woman talking to group

At New Mexico State University’s College of Health and Social Services is a research center that may be in the running for one of the university’s best kept secrets.

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NMSU dancers, singers, and musicians “Imagine” world peace with performance Photo of woman dancing

Current events are weighing heavily on most people, including graduate dance students who belong to the Traveling Airs performance company at New Mexico State University.

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Las Cruces icon Barbara Hubbard receives NMSU Presidential Medallion Smiling woman with medallion on

Barbara Hubbard has received many impressive awards from the music and entertainment industry for her work as a concert promoter. But the one that is closest to her heart was presented to her recently by those she has served for nearly half a century.

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NMSU Alumni Association seeks nominations for distinguished alums and service award

The New Mexico State University Alumni Association is now seeking nominations for the 2017 Distinguished Alumni awards and the James F. Cole Memorial Award for Service.

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NMSU, Wells Fargo partner to present regional, national economic forecast Headshot of male professor.

Top national and state economists will discuss economic forecasts for 2017 during the 6th Annual Economic Outlook Conference on Thursday, Feb. 16, at the Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E. University Ave.

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New NMSU extension specialist offers tips on adopting healthy habits Woman at a desk

By now, most people have already given up on their New Year’s resolutions to lose weight or exercise more. But adopting healthy habits can be done at any time of year. It just takes a healthy mindset, time and patience, said Raquel Garzon, New Mexico State University’s new nutrition and wellness extension specialist in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

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NMSU floral students design their way into the future Two women, each holding a rose stem

You never know when you’re going to need a centerpiece, houseplant, succulent or specialty floral arrangement. When you do, you may not need to look any further than the New Mexico State University Floriculture Program.

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New NMSU professor to research, teach dryland ecology Man outdoors with a green sweatshirt

Niall Hanan spent much of his time studying range ecology while conducting his doctorate fieldwork in West Africa. He’s familiar with semi-arid environments, and he has experience with ecological modeling.

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Rotary Club of Las Cruces makes gift to NMSU’s College of Engineering Four men and a woman pose with a large check.

The Rotary Club of Las Cruces has given the New Mexico State University Foundation a gift of nearly $128,000 to benefit the Alec and Margaret Hood Memorial Scholarship in the College of Engineering. Rotary Club members were inspired by GivingTuesday, which resulted in more than $2 million for scholarships and programs at NMSU.

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NMSU Extension agents receive state’s new food safety certification training Woman in striped shirt talking to group

The clock is ticking and time is running out for people who prepare food for the public to receive the newly required food safety certification.

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Beating the odds: NMSU’s geology researchers receive scarce NSF earth sciences funding Four people standing in front of maps

Beating the odds: NMSU’s geology researchers receive scarce NSF earth sciences funding

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NMSU’s Patricia Sullivan to chair Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Woman sitting at a table.

New Mexico State University College of Engineering Associate Dean for Outreach Patricia A. Sullivan was elected chair of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education during the commission’s semi-annual meeting held in Westminster, Colorado, in the fall.

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Young Achievers Forum introduces sixth-graders, families to NMSU

New Mexico State University will host the first New Mexico Young Achievers Forum Feb. 11 at Corbett Center Student Union. Community en Accion, AT&T and Bravo Dealerships of Las Cruces and El Paso are partners in this event committed to introducing sixth-grade students and their parents from across southern New Mexico to NMSU and a variety of career opportunities.

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