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NMSU Extension to host USDA-approved produce safety rule training

ALBUQUERQUE – If you grow, pack, process or sell fresh produce, the new federal produce safety rule may apply to you.

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NMSU’s ‘Global Connections’ event shares French history and architecture Large church with two spires

From the rocky coast of southern Normandy to Notre-Dame de Chartres, Associate Professor Roger Mellen tells stories of his excursion in his upcoming “Global Connections” talk presented by the College of Arts and Sciences.

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NMSU to host Aggie Experience for high school students, parents Saturday Students walk down International Mall.

Saturday, Oct. 8, is the first of three Aggie Experience events New Mexico State University will host during the 2016-2017 year. Aggie Experience is an open house that welcomes potential students and their families to campus.

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NMSU plans sustainability, efficiency with renovations to D.W. Williams Hall Exterior view of building with people

If New Mexico voters approve General Obligation Bond C for higher education in November, New Mexico State University’s 78-year-old former gymnasium currently used for art students and the University Art Gallery would be transformed into a 21st century visual arts center.

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NMSU faculty share climate change, food security knowledge in Colombia Group photo

Two New Mexico State University faculty members in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences have recently returned from Colombia, where they shared their knowledge of climate change and the ramifications of climate change on food security.

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Archaeologist to give talk at NMSU about Manhattan Project National Historical Park Woman head and shoulders

The Manhattan Project conjures the pictures of nuclear bombs, mushroom clouds and the end of World War II. Now it is the focus of one of the nation’s newest national parks.

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NMSU helps with conservation, restoration projects in Grant County A woman and a man in tall grass

Livestock, landowners and the threatened Chiricahua leopard frog may all benefit from a large restoration project in Grant County, New Mexico.

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NMSU program paves way for medical students to attend Burrell College A group of people by a fountain in a courtyard

The first group of students enrolled in a special program at New Mexico State University are taking their initial steps on the path to becoming a doctor of osteopathic medicine. Those steps are intended to lead to more doctors to serve people in underserved areas, especially the Southwest U.S.

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NMSU researchers study hail damage to paprika chile with simulated storms Two people in field of chile plants – one with a water sprayer

While watching a 15-minute hail storm on May 18 disintegrate the leaves on chile plants, Israel Calsoyas realized the importance of research she is conducting at New Mexico State University.

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The College of Arts and Sciences is kissing away cancer Kiss Away Cancer Poster

Can kisses help cure cancer? New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences, the NMSU Health Center, and the Tough Enough To Wear Pink NMSU Committee is letting the campus community’s lips speak for them as part of the university’s ninth annual NMSU Aggies are Tough Enough to Wear Pink campaign.

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Rankings site lists NMSU among top online Educational Leadership doctoral programs

The Educational Leadership doctoral program in the Department of Educational Leadership and Administration at New Mexico State University’s College of Education has been ranked as one of the top in the country by Educational Leadership Degree Programs, a national rankings website.

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NMSU’s Susan DeMar receives Stephen W. and Robert E. Roberts Memorial Staff Award

Susan DeMar, administrative assistant for New Mexico State University’s Geography Department in the College of Arts & Sciences, has been recognized with the 2016 Stephen W. and Robert E. Roberts Memorial Staff Award for her exemplary service to the university.

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NM FAST program at NMSU Arrowhead Center hosts SBIR panel session.

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 Best Practices Panel session in Albuquerque.

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NMSU dean on expert panel to develop the National Academy of Medicine report on Family Caregiving for Older Adults

A groundbreaking report released in September by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine finds that much more support is needed in order to address the needs of both older adults and the nearly 18 million family members who provide care.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center recognized for regional economic development efforts

The Rio Grande Council of Governments, a neutral entity formed to further intergovernmental services, has selected Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University as its Organization of the Year.

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NMSU’s National Parks talk explores El Camino Real and Santa Fe Trail Head and shoulders of a man

For nearly 300 years, the 1,600-mile road between Mexico City and Santa Fe was a vital link between the Spanish colonial empire and its far-flung province of New Mexico. The Santa Fe Trail was a critical trade route east to Independence, Missouri. Efforts to map and photograph both are the subject of the next talk of New Mexico State University’s series celebrating the National Park Service centennial.

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NMSU celebrates OUTober, promotes diversity, inclusion Woman in black sequins dress

The New Mexico State University LGBT+ Programs will host several events as part of OUTober 2016 – Celebrating Diversity Coming Out Month.

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Youth learn where their food comes from during NMSU Food Camp for Kids Youth watching men working with ground beef.

LOS LUNAS – Three out of four consumers know nothing or very little about farming and ranching, according to a survey by the U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance. That percentage is even higher for youth.

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NMSU assistant professor explores the history of hops and beer Man with glasses smiling and looking forward

From the first beer brewers in Mesopotamia to the craft beer revolution, a New Mexico State University history professor’s new book pulls together the science and history of beer’s most celebrated ingredient – hops.

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NMSU College of Business to unveil Carruthers’ dean portrait at luncheon

The New Mexico State University College of Business will unveil a specially commissioned portrait of former Dean Garrey Carruthers – now the NMSU system’s chancellor – during its annual scholarship luncheon. The luncheon is set for 11:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 30, at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, 4100 Dripping Springs Road, and will recognize the 164 students in the College of Business who’ve received scholarships during this academic year.

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NMSU College of Business to honor scholars, alumni during Homecoming week

The New Mexico State University College of Business will host events next week to celebrate its many scholarship recipients and alumni of distinction. It’s part of a series of events during the 2016 Homecoming celebration, taking place Sept. 26 to Oct. 1.

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NMSU Borderlands Writing Project to show New Mexico teachers’ value View of the Organ Mountains with snow

New Mexico State University’s Borderlands Writing Project will showcase teachers from the southwest region of New Mexico during the “Teachers Write” exhibit from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1 in the Roadrunner Room at the Thomas Branigan Memorial Library in Las Cruces.

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NMSU counseling program receives $1.2 million grant for scholarships

The Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology in the New Mexico State University College of Education recently received a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration to provide scholarships to doctoral students of color and disadvantaged doctoral students.

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“NEOMAGIC: 2016 Zuhl student exhibition” opens at the Zuhl Museum

Spirituality, technology and the natural environment from a student perspective will be revealed at “NEOMAGIC: 2016 Zuhl Student Exhibition” at the Zuhl Museum at New Mexico State University from Friday, Sept. 23 through Wednesday, Dec. 21

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold a special meeting Sept. 29

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special meeting at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29, in the Regents Room in the Educational Services Building on NMSU’s Las Cruces campus.

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Chinese scholar to speak at NMSU

Bill Porter, a scholar and author who has studied China and its poetry and religious texts, is scheduled to give a presentation next week as part of New Mexico State University’s Confucius Institute Speaker Series.

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NMSU student creates 3-D animation of 150 years of Jornada Basin landscape changes Black and white photo of rangeland and mountains in background

If you see photos of the Jornada Basin from the early 1900s, the vegetation is quite different than it is now. But explaining the story of how and why the vegetation changed on the land northeast of Las Cruces is difficult with just words and pictures.

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NMSU alumna, forensic interviewer to speak at NMSU

Amy Heil, a New Mexico State University alumna and a forensic interviewer for Phoenix Children’s Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, will visit campus next week as part of the homecoming festivities hosted by the NMSU College of Education.

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NMSU’s new Patent & Trademark Center will serve entire state, El Paso

New Mexico State University will house a Patent & Trademark Resource Center starting Sept. 21.

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NMSU School of Social Work partners with La Clinica de Familia to help community A group of students pose for a photo.

A lack of mental health providers in the community has allowed for the creation of a new partnership. The New Mexico State University School of Social Work and La Clinica de Familia are now working together to fill the gaps in local mental health services.

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