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NMSU recognizes faculty for excellence in online education Man and woman holding an award plaque.

New Mexico State University’s Instructional Innovation and Quality hosted its annual Quality in Distance Education Awards event Oct. 10. The gathering marked five years of recognizing NMSU’s faculty and administrators of the Las Cruces campus for their work towards improving online education.

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NMSU to host dairy training for Extension agents A group of dairy cows.

A new professional development training for agents in New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service will focus on New Mexico’s vast dairy industry, offering a comprehensive and interactive look at the issues facing the statewide industry that generated more than a $1 billion in milk sales in 2016.

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NMSU establishes demonstration garden at science center in Los Lunas Group of women standing around corn stalk

LOS LUNAS – Gardening is a hobby that can provide enjoyment while producing fresh fruits and vegetables for a family’s meal. But it can be a challenge for beginners or new residents to the semi-arid environment of New Mexico.

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NMSU engineering professor receives Department of Energy grant Man sitting in front of a computer

New Mexico State University Department of Civil Engineering Assistant Professor Ehsan Dehghan Niri has received a United States Department of Energy grant. This is a three-year award for $400,000 and is a collaboration with Arizona State University.

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NMSU assessment program manager selected to attend national teacher prep conference Head and shoulders of a woman

Rachel Boren, assessment program manager for the College of Education at New Mexico State University, was among a select group of people from New Mexico to attend a conference, hosted by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and learn about innovations in teacher preparation programs.

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NMSU Cooperative Extension Service assists start-up co-op to help new farmers Man walks on farm.

Between 2007 and 2012, the number of beginning farmers – principal operators who were on their current operation for 10 years or less – in the United States declined by about 20 percent, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s most recent census data.

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Community invited to bring troubled plants to NMSU outreach event to be diagnosed by students Flowers in garden

New Mexico State University students enrolled in this year’s diagnosing plant disorders class will be holding an outreach event for the community from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15, at the Fabian Garcia Science Center on the main campus. Community members can bring any legal plant to be examined by the students who will use what they learned in class to diagnose the plant.

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NMSU Carlsbad receives $2.7 million Title V grant A student sits on stairs at the New Mexico State University Carlsbad campus.

New Mexico State University Carlsbad has been awarded a $2.7 million Title V grant for Hispanic-serving institutions from the United States Department of Education.

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NMSU Animal and Range Sciences Department receives cattle donation Man, woman, man and a woman stand outside a cattle gate

New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences now has 45 new purebred Brangus cattle bred by Brinks Brangus that will be used to help further research in genetics.

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Annual water conference at NMSU focuses on water scarcity, science, policy

The 63rd annual New Mexico Water Conference, presented by the New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute, will take place Oct. 17-18 at the Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E. University Ave. More than 250 participants are expected to attend.

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NMSU’s College of Business awards $270,670 in scholarships Man speaks to students sitting at a table.

Through the generosity and support of donors, the College of Business at New Mexico State University has been able to award more than $270,000 in scholarships for the 2018-19 academic year, helping nearly 200 students fund their education.

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Report values economic impact of NMSU’s College of ACES at $266 million Outside of a campus building

An independent report examining the work of New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences calls the college, its Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service systems “a unique and valuable resource for New Mexico.”

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NMSU College of Engineering enters cooperative agreement with Chinese university A group of people

On Sept. 5, the presidents of New Mexico State University and Changchun Institute of Technology signed a five-year memorandum of understanding to increase opportunities for Chinese students to pursue graduate studies in engineering at NMSU.

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Arrowhead Innovation Fund makes first investment in a NM company

The Arrowhead Innovation Fund, an early stage seed capital fund for promising New Mexico startup companies, has announced its first seed investment. The fund, which is a for-profit subsidiary of New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, invested $100,000 in EVUS Inc., a company developing a new, environmentally friendly heating technology based on magnetic induction.

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NMSU’s Art Department prepares for its annual jewelry sale Close up of woman wearing earrings

It’s October and that means it’s full speed ahead for New Mexico State University’s jewelry and metalsmithing students. The NMSU Art Department students are preparing to host their 36th annual jewelry sale from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29 in the Barnes & Noble coffee shop, 1400 E. University Ave.

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NMSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences department recognized at national conference Group photo

The Extension Family and Consumer Sciences department at New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences recently brought home a slew of awards from this year’s National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences conference.

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NMSU’s LGBT+ Programs to host a series of events for OUTober Flyer of OUTober events

Zooey Sophia Pook, director for LGBT+ Programs at NMSU, said OUTober is important because it celebrates the diversity that can be found on campus.

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Meadow Lake youth earn bicycles through NMSU Extension program Youth riding bicycles

MEADOW LAKE – This summer 11 Meadow Lake youth enjoyed riding a new bicycle after the surprise Meadow Lake Kids Club end-of-school party in May.

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NMSU to host walk to celebrate national wellness campaign People walk on the New Mexico State University campus.

New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu will lead a walk Wednesday, Oct. 10, from Hadley Hall to Corbett Center Student Union at the Las Cruces campus to celebrate the university’s participation in the national initiative known as Exercise is Medicine on Campus.

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NMSU dance program presents Season 11 of ‘Look Who’s Dancing’ Flyer for event

The dance program at New Mexico State University promises to make the 11th season of “Look Who’s Dancing,” one of its primary fundraisers, the most exciting one yet.

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NMSU leadership outlines strategic direction, performance metrics

New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu and President John Floros presented their go-forward strategic direction for the university as well as their proposed performance management metrics to the NMSU Board of Regents Oct. 3.

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Potential quorum notice for Oct. 6 football game

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend the NMSU vs. Liberty football game at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, at Aggie Memorial Stadium, Las Cruces Campus, 1815 Wells St. No votes or other official actions will be taken by the NMSU Board of Regents.

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NSF awards 5-year grant to fund first-of-its-kind HSI STEM Resource Hub at NMSU Group of people standing in front of a large computer monitor

The National Science Foundation recently announced its first research awards under the Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program. In addition to 31 projects awarded to community colleges and universities across the country, a $2.6 million, five-year grant will fund a first-if-its-kind HSI Resource Hub at New Mexico State University, in collaboration with Dona Ana Community College and California State University-Northridge.

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NMSU Employee Council Annual Picnic to be held Oct. 19 People are sitting together at tables, eating.

New Mexico State University’s Employee Council will host the eighth annual Employee Appreciation Picnic. The employee picnic will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct.19, at Preciado Park, which is located on the NMSU campus at the corner of Gregg Street and Williams Avenue.

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NMSU faculty receive $1.2 million-dollar grant to address agroecosystem resilience in times of drought Single person working outside

New Mexico State University Associate Professor of Range Science Amy Ganguli is leading an integrated research and extension grant focused on agricultural resiliency in times of drought and climate variability. Ganguli and her team are working with farmers and ranchers to develop short- and long-term strategies that are proactive with the goal of maintaining ecological, social, and economic resilience in rural communities.

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Student entrepreneurs pitch business ideas during Aggie Shark Tank this Thursday

Arrowhead Center, the entrepreneurship and innovation hub at New Mexico State University, will host its fifth Aggie Shark Tank event from 4–6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4, at the ASNMSU Center for the Arts during NMSU’s weeklong Homecoming celebration. Aggie Shark Tank is free to attend and registration is available online at sharktank.nmsu.edu. A reception will follow the event.

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NMSU to host subsurface irrigation workshop in Albuquerque Oct. 13 Two men kneeling and working

ALBUQUERQUE – There is a solution to having a green grass yard and still being water-efficient – subsurface drip irrigation.

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NMSU Extension to host wellness conference in Albuquerque Oct. 18-19 Man in checked shirt

ALBUQUERQUE – With the many challenges of daily life, creating and maintaining health, happiness and courage can be difficult.

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Paul W. Klipsch Museum at NMSU to hold open house Thursday Man, seated, working on equipment

The Paul W. Klipsch Museum located in the Foreman Engineering Complex at New Mexico State University will be open for public tours from 1 to 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4.

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NMSU to host sheep, goat symposium in conjunction with Ag Day Degree program Brown face horned sheep

New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences’ Ag Day Degree program is expanding this year to include a sheep and goat symposium.

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