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Film festival to unveil 2017 official poster at public event

The Las Cruces International Film Festival (LCIFF), presented by New Mexico State University, is set for March 8-12 but film lovers can get preview when festival organizers unveil the 2017 festival poster at a special event from 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24, at the Cutter Gallery at 2640 El Paseo.

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“Impermanent Topography” to open at NMSU’s University Art Gallery Tall metal piece with coils hanging off of it

Eleven artists from New Mexico State University will showcase their work in an exhibition titled “Impermanent Topography” at the University Art Gallery. The artists are faculty and staff from the Department of Art in the College of Arts and Sciences. The show will run from Tuesday, Jan. 17 through Thursday, Feb. 9 with an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 20.

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NMSU’s provides 4-H Military Partnership program statewide Woman looking at a paper airplane held by a girl.

Paper airplanes and propeller sticks fly around the room as kids chase their flying objects.

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NMSU student selected for Google internship Young woman with brown hair

Have you ever “Googled” something? Chances are, you have.

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NMSU College of Engineering students design, build wheelchair device for dog Two women and two men pose with a dog.

During the fall semester, three College of Engineering students working as on-campus co-ops at New Mexico State University designed and built a wheelchair device to assist a dog who had his right hind leg amputated due to cancer this past spring. Through the Aggie Innovation Space, Aggie Innovators Natalia Perez, Abdiel Jimenez and Arturo Dominguez designed and created a customized device for the almost 17-year-old Kita and his owner Michelle Lebsock.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet Jan. 20

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold multiple meetings Friday, Jan. 20, at the university’s Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU dean completes statewide tour of university’s Extension, research centers People look at pine seedlings

As 2016 came to a close, a statewide tour that began in August, covered thousands of miles and included dozens of meetings, also came to a close. New Mexico State University’s Rolando Flores, the new dean of the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, completed visits to all of the college’s Cooperative Extension Service and Agricultural Experiment Station research and science center sites across the state.

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NMSU Aggie Play program studies, promotes physical activity for girls in Southern New Mexico Photo of students dancing

While most children in the U.S. between the ages of 6 and 15 don’t meet the physical activity guidelines set by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, girls are at particular risk. Two researchers at New Mexico State University, however, are trying to change that with their study involving elementary school girls and NMSU athletes.

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College of Business Regents Professor selected for Chevron Endowed Professorship Headshot of male professor.

New Mexico State University Regents Professor Jim Peach was selected to fill the Chevron Endowed Professorship in the College of Business.

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NMSU College of Engineering staff helps small businesses with energy efficiency An exterior of a motel.

A team from New Mexico State University has spent the past year providing technical assistance to two small businesses in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. Funded under a two-year grant from the Environmental Protection Agency, the work has focused on encouraging pollution prevention, and economic and energy efficient practices among rural hospitality-based businesses in the southern portion of the state.

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Aggie Cupboard food pantry receives more than $9,000 to help NMSU, DACC students Line of people with ceremonial check

An important resource in the fight against food insecurity at New Mexico State University got a much-needed surge of support as a result of the university’s recent GivingTuesday event and its new crowdfunding platform.

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NMSU to host navigating taxes for small farms workshop in Los Lunas on Jan. 19

LOS LUNAS – April 15 is just around corner. It’s time to gather documents to prepare for filing income taxes. For small acreage farmers, the task includes knowing the tax laws to help them reduce their tax burden.

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NMSU Career Services hosts 12th annual Career Connections

New Mexico State University students, alumni and the general public will have a chance to connect with more than 75 potential employers early next year.

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NMSU students, employees display giving spirit at El Caldito Two women hugging side by side

Ann Palormo, who worked at New Mexico State University for 25 years and passed away in November, loved giving back to the Las Cruces community, especially El Caldito Soup Kitchen.

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NMSU student helps feed local senior citizens Woman stands in front of a sign.

From her experience as a young girl living with her grandmother, Shelby Stuckel knows how tight the budget can be at the end of the month. As a graduate student in public health at New Mexico State University, she is working with a local food bank to make sure seniors have enough to eat every month.

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NMSU ranks as a leading degree producer for minorities Students walk on campus.

New Mexico State University has been honored as a top university for awarding degrees to minority students. In its annual ranking, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education publishes the Top 100 producers of associate, bachelor’s and graduate degrees issued to minority students.

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NMSU honors fallen Hatch police officer with posthumous degree

New Mexico State University awarded late Hatch Police Officer Jose Chavez with a posthumous degree during the university’s fall 2016 commencement ceremony Dec. 10 at the Pan American Center. Chavez, an NMSU student, died Aug. 12 after being shot during a traffic stop.

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NMSU computer science degree earns accreditation, faculty get nearly $2 million in NSF grants Men and women head to toe, some standing and sitting

Big data, cyber-human systems and flash drive technology are among the projects receiving more than $1.89 million in National Science Foundation awards to computer science faculty at New Mexico State University this year.

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NMSU’s Doña Ana County Cooperative Extension Service gets new home

The Doña Ana County Cooperative Extension Service office is moving to the New Mexico Department of Health Office at 1170 N. Solano Drive, Suite M.

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NMSU parade in family student housing includes visit from Santa Santa’s sleigh outside NMSU Fire Department

NMSU parade in family student housing includes visit from Santa

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NMSU plans to partner with service dog organization Three women, two dogs on a stage

The New Mexico State University College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences is in the process of establishing a partnership with Paws and Stripes, a nonprofit organization in Albuquerque that provides service dogs to wounded military veterans.

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NMSU’s Angela Throneberry to retire; search launched for new senior vice president A photo of NMSU Senior Vice President for Administration and Finance Angela Throneberry.

Angela Throneberry, New Mexico State University’s senior vice president for administration and finance, has announced her retirement, effective Aug. 1, 2017. Throneberry is an NMSU graduate and has worked for the university for the past 25 years.

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NMSU turfgrass researchers focus on irrigation efficiency, outreach efforts Aerial view of grass section of park

We’ve all seen water from sprinklers land on sidewalks or get whisked away by the wind.

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NMSU, NM Hay Association to host annual Southwest Hay & Forage Conference in Ruidoso Jan. 11-13 Round bale of hay

RUIDOSO – Hay operation resilience and flexibility during tough economic times will highlight the 2017 Southwest Hay & Forage Conference Jan. 11-13 at the Ruidoso Convention Center in Ruidoso.

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NMSU professor finding ways to remove organic pollutants in water Hands holding pecan shells

An assistant professor in New Mexico State University’s Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering recently received a $373,000 grant from NASA and a $50,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for research to remove pollutants from groundwater using local waste materials.

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Local high school students learn from Aggie Innovators at NMSU Two young men talk in front of a group.

The Engineering New Mexico Resource Network in New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering partnered with the Las Cruces Public Schools EXCEL program to host five high school students during the fall 2016 semester. The EXCEL students spent the term working in the Aggie Innovation Space learning about innovation, entrepreneurship and the engineering design process.

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Pat and Lou Sisbarro to receive honorary degree at NMSU’s fall commencement Woman’s headshot.

For 35 years, Pat and Lou Sisbarro have called Las Cruces home. The couple raised three children, built a successful company and became active in the community since moving from Michigan in 1981.

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NMSU’s 53rd Quality Concrete School set for January

New Mexico State University’s Engineering New Mexico Resource Network will start off the New Year with its 53rd annual Samuel P. Maggard Quality Concrete School that includes workshops and lectures covering various concrete-related topics.

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NMSU expects more than 1,000 grads at fall commencement Female in cap and gown high fiving Pistol Pete

More than 1,000 students are projected to participate in the fall commencement ceremony at New Mexico State University at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, at the Pan American Center.

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NMSU engineering students design smart homes

The Aggie Innovation Space, a student-managed and Intel-funded program under the Engineering New Mexico Resource Network at New Mexico State University, recently hosted a home-automation design challenge for undergraduate engineering students. The challenge was an opportunity for engineering students to put their skills to use on a real-world application by designing smart sensors for use within a home.

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