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NMSU students host Aggies Kick for Kids tournament to benefit underprivileged children Group photo of students

Students in the Service Learning for Educational Distinction program at New Mexico State University are doing their part to help children in need by hosting a kickball tournament this weekend.

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Luminarias to light up NMSU campus Dec. 4 Glowing candle-lit brown paper bags

New Mexico State University will be illuminated from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4, during the 32nd annual “Noche de Luminarias.”

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NMSU professor collaborates on book about Tortugas Pueblo traditions Head and shoulders of a woman

For more than a century, Tortugas Pueblo has hosted its vibrant Fiesta de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe each Dec. 10-12, when Roman Catholic and Native American rituals meld for a three-day event devoted to the Virgin of Guadalupe, patron saint of the Americas.

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NMSU Honors College to host graduation ceremony

Whether it’s writing a novel, designing a prototype glider model, producing a film or researching bovine digestion, New Mexico State University Honors students have accomplished some substantial goals through the years.

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International scholars trek to NMSU to work with engineering professor A group of men standing.

For the past two years, scholars have traveled from across the globe to work with a micromechanics group at New Mexico State University.

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Cotton Growers to gather Jan. 11 for annual conference Cotton plants

The New Mexico Cotton Growers Association Conference provides an opportunity for cotton growers in New Mexico to update their knowledge on important production practices and to also learn about new technologies in cotton production coming out from the industry. It also provides an opportunity for cotton growers to network among themselves and discuss matters that are of mutual benefit.

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NMSU Department of Family and Consumer Sciences ranked among best in nation Photo of a man preparing lunch

The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences at New Mexico State University was recently ranked among the top Family and Consumer Sciences degree programs in the United States, according to a national rankings website.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet Dec. 9

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a regular meeting at 9 a.m. Friday, Dec. 9, in the Regents Room in the Educational Services Building on NMSU’s Las Cruces campus. The Board of Regents will recess to attend a graduation event and reconvene in the same location at 1:30 p.m. This meeting will be available through webcast at http://panopto.nmsu.edu/bor/.

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NMSU highlighted on list of Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics Two women walk down the sidewalk.

According to the Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics list in the August 2016 edition of The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine, New Mexico State University has been recognized as one of the best institutions for Hispanics in the country.

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NMSU’s second GivingTuesday brings in $2M for programs across state Group celebrating

Gifts were still rolling in all evening, but with hours left to go in its one-day GivingTuesday campaign Nov. 29, New Mexico State University had already brought in nearly $2 million in new gifts to support students and programs at NMSU campuses across the state – including two major gifts that got the day off to a running start.

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NMSU students get creative to secure research funding Close-up of woman looking at an orchid outdoors

New Mexico State University students are ambitious. They’re also creative. And when they’re passionate about their research, they’ll take the path less traveled to secure funding.

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NMSU Kinesiology and Dance department recognized for 17th straight year

The Department of Kinesiology and Dance at New Mexico State University recently received a three-year recognition from the National Strength and Conditioning Association, marking the 17th consecutive year the department has received the recognition.

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NMDA offers exporting opportunity at Joint Stockmen’s Convention

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Ranchers attending the 2016 New Mexico Joint Stockmen’s Convention in Albuquerque Dec. 1-4 are invited to stop by New Mexico Department of Agriculture’s International Room to meet and talk with Mexican cattle buyers, one on one.

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NMSU vegetable researcher helps develop more nutritious potato Woman in hat holding potato plant

The potato is the number one vegetable consumed by Americans. It is an excellent source of potassium, contains 45 percent of the recommended daily amount of Vitamin C and provides all essential amino acids.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center seeks applications to assist growth-oriented entrepreneurs

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University is now accepting applications for its U.S. Economic Development Administration University Center for Regional Commercialization, which provides a mix of business assistance services designed to help foster economic development within New Mexico’s commercialization ecosystem.

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NMSU journalism professor’s discovery reveals different view of slavery Clipping of a verse

An eight-year project has come to an end as New Mexico State University journalism associate professor Roger Mellen has published a scholarly article based off of an accidental find in a few dusty pages of an eighteenth century almanac.

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NMSU filmmakers create documentary series humanizing mental illness Two people sitting at a table being interviewed and filmed.

An eight-part documentary series called “Labeled” is the brainchild of three New Mexico State University Creative Media Institute professors, who hope to sell the series to major television networks and take the documentaries into Las Cruces schools to help the public gain a better understanding of mental illness.

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NMSU doctoral student receives NCAA research grant

Jessica Jackson, a doctoral student in New Mexico State University’s College of Education, has received a research grant from the NCAA Research Committee to study experiences of racism and responses to race-related events.

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NMSU students to present animal behavior, training posters Group of five people and one dog

Does your dog jump on people? Does your cat dart out the front door as soon as it’s opened?

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NMSU Police release names, body camera video from shooting incident

New Mexico State University Police today released the names of the officer and suspect involved in Monday night’s shooting incident, along with the officer's body camera video. The video may be downloaded from: https://spaces.hightail.com/receive/jfsPT or on YouTube at: https://youtu.be/-6CrWWDzrQ4 .

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NMSU Police charge student involved in shooting

NMSU student Karsten Cuthair is back in Las Cruces tonight after being released from an El Paso hospital. Cuthair was arrested this evening by New Mexico State University Police on a warrant charging him with aggravated assault on a peace officer with a deadly weapon, a third-degree felony; aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a fourth-degree felony; unlawful carrying of a deadly weapon on university premises and negligent use of a firearm, both petty misdemeanors.

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Community helps NMSU’s Hidalgo County Extension Service plant 17 trees Several people planting a tree

The Hidalgo County Fairgrounds just got a little bit nicer.

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NMSU saves big on energy contract Photo of a group of people

New Mexico State University is expected to save more than $1.3 million annually thanks to an energy performance contract between NMSU and energy services company Ameresco.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center to host Department of Defense funding opportunity event in Albuquerque

The New Mexico Federal and State Technology Partnership Program, housed at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, will host a Small Business Innovation Research Department of Defense Navy topics event next month in Albuquerque.

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NMSU receives W.K. Kellogg Foundation support to improve New Mexico’s education

New Mexico State University has received two grants from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation that will help improve educational outcomes for children in New Mexico.

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NMSU selects Vázquez as interim vice president for research Man in a suit and tie

Longtime New Mexico State University administrator and Regents Professor Luis A. Vázquez has been selected to serve as interim vice president for research.

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NMSU’s annual Giving Tuesday event to benefit students, programs across the state

Joseph and Bridget Salopek, both alumni of New Mexico State University, believe strongly that everyone deserves an education, regardless of their economic situation. In order to make that a reality for students, the Salopeks made a $25,000 gift pledged over five years to establish a permanent endowed scholarship during last year’s Giving Tuesday event at NMSU.

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NMSU Police news conference regarding Chamisa Village shooting

WHAT: Update on the shooting at the Chamisa Village residence hall on campus last evening.

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NMSU College of Arts and Sciences seeks nominations for ‘A Starry Night’ honors

For the last three years, New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences has hosted a gala event to honor business and community leaders for their contributions to the college and the university. This year, the college is asking the community to submit nominations for these awards, which will be presented at “A Starry Night” fundraiser next spring on Friday, Feb. 3.

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NMSU providing training for Bernalillo County’s Grow the Growers program Person working in a garden

Between 80 and 90 percent of fresh fruit and vegetables consumed in the Albuquerque Metroplex are raised outside of New Mexico.

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