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NMSU professor’s jewelry incorporates objects of I-10 in San Francisco exhibit Brooch with tarnished silver crosses and mesh twisted column.

The stretch of highway between El Paso and Las Cruces sparked a conversation that led to a unique jewelry exhibition created by two borderland art professors. The show titled “CrossPASS” recently ran at the Velvet Da Vinci gallery in San Francisco.

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NMSU SOAR Lab provides student research opportunities, program assistance Photo of a man writing at a desk.

A group of students at New Mexico State University are getting hands-on experience with research that will benefit not only their overall learning experience, but the learning experiences of those utilizing outreach programs offered by the university.

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NMSU to launch search for new vice president for research

After 10 years of dedicated service as vice president for research at New Mexico State University, Vimal Chaitanya has decided to step down and return to his professor position in the College of Engineering.

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Lecture will focus on NMSU professors’ travels in Ireland Students walking near a lake, surrounded by mountains

After spending the summer leading students around Ireland, New Mexico State University Assistant Professor Dan Dugas and Associate Professor Eric Morgan are presenting “Journey through the Emerald Isle” as the next talk for the Global Connections series presented by the College of Arts and Sciences.

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NMSU wraps up National Park series highlighting education and volunteerism Woman from waist up in uniform

The U.S. National Park Service has been called “the world’s largest university without walls” because of its educational mission.

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NMSU to host pesticide applicators workshop in Socorro

SOCORRO, N.M. – New Mexico State University will host a pesticide applicators workshop from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, at the Cooperative Extension Service office, 198 Neel Avenue in Socorro.

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NMSU, BLM partnership combines resource management and research opportunities Map showing areas in Organ Mountains, Desert Peaks, Potrillo Mountains and Dona Ana Mountains.

New Mexico State University is partnering with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to create opportunities for faculty and student research at the Organ Mountains-Desert Mountain Peaks National Monument.

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NMSU study on cancer education for Hispanic mothers needs participants

Researchers in the Department of Public Health Sciences in New Mexico State University’s College of Health and Social Services have launched a study to examine the impact of cancer on Hispanic family dynamics and help the development of cancer education programs that serve Hispanic women diagnosed with cancer.

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NMSU’s ICT promotes cyber security awareness Student tech staff at NMSU.

October coincides with National Cyber Security Awareness Month and New Mexico State University’s Information & Communication Technologies Department is doing its part to spread awareness of safe internet practices.

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Doña Ana Wellness Institute to report on mental health initiatives at Domenici Institute Forum

For too long, jails have served as treatment facilities for people suffering from mental health conditions. It’s a local and national reality. In fact, at any given time, more than 40 percent of the jail population in the Doña Ana County Detention Center is being treated for mental illness in a system designed to incarcerate, not to deliver health care.

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NMSU Aggie fans raise an 'L for Lori' Portrait of Lori Paulson

New Mexico State University football fans are quick to get their “Guns Up” to support the Aggies. But a different version of that salute during halftime of Saturday’s game honored a special person the football program lost earlier this year.

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NMSU ranks in top 50 best value online colleges for 2017 Two women walk down the sidewalk.

New Mexico State University has been ranked 35th on the Top 50 Best Value Online Colleges for 2017 by Value Colleges, an independent online guide to the best values in undergraduate and graduate education.

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NMSU to host sustainable agriculture conference preparing for climate change

LOS LUNAS, N.M. – Solar radiation, temperature and precipitation are the main drivers of crop growth and yield. As a result, agriculture has always been highly dependent on climate patterns and variations.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center’s Aggie Shark Tank event continues to grow

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University hosted its third Aggie Shark Tank event Wednesday at the Las Cruces Convention Center, and while the “shark” investors may have chosen not to bite on any of the business opportunities that were offered up by student and alumni entrepreneurs, they did share an ocean of advice on how they might take their ideas to the next level, along with an offer to try out one product, which may prove more valuable than an investment.

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New Mexico State Rodeo team to host Cowboy Reunion

The New Mexico State University Rodeo Team and longtime rodeo team supporter Frank DuBois will host the second Cowboy Reunion Oct. 28 and 29, for all past and present rodeo team members.

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NMSU alums raise thousands for Aggie Cupboard food pantry during Homecoming

A food pantry that provides needed support to students and employees at New Mexico State University and Dona Ana Community College received an infusion of cash at a crucial time, thanks to a Homecoming week partnership between the university’s Alumni Association and several Las Cruces restaurants.

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What’s next for National Park Service? Expert says no easy answers Head and shoulders of man

An environmental historian with more than 30 years of experience will talk about the challenges facing the U.S. National Park Service as part of a lecture series at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU reintegrates marketing, communications operations with University Advancement Justin Bannister, NMSU’s assistant director for news, has been named interim associate vice president for marketing and communications.

New Mexico State University Chancellor Garrey Carruthers announced Wednesday that NMSU would return its marketing and communications functions to the office of University Advancement, where they had previously been assigned. As part of the move, Justin Bannister, NMSU’s assistant director for news, was named interim associate vice president for marketing and communications.

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NMSU faculty and students represented at Innovate NM

Innovate New Mexico brought together the best and brightest researchers, scientists, and startups in a daylong technology showcase at Albuquerque’s Sandia Golf Club.

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Documentary featuring NMSU experts wins 2016 Rocky Mountain Emmy

A documentary that focuses on child abuse and neglect in New Mexico and features two experts from New Mexico State University recently won a 2016 Rocky Mountain Emmy Award.

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NMSU offers Fright Night film festival, promotes science “EPPWS 4th Annual Movie Night” sign

If you’re interested in racing Madagascar cockroaches – or at least watching the bugs race – you won’t want to miss the Fright Night film festival at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU’s College of Engineering new research dean plans to focus on attracting outside funding Man’s headshot

New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering has a new associate dean of research and doctoral studies.

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NMSU engineering students working to accelerate technology A man working on electronic equipment.

A team of engineering students at New Mexico State University, working as Aggie Innovators, are actively engaged in promoting technology acceleration across campus. And it’s paying off, with projects receiving more than $367,000 in funding over the past five years.

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NMSU’s Llorente-Ontiveros receives ‘A’ Mountain staff award Three people with a plaque

When Jeany Llorente-Ontiveros works with students in her job at New Mexico State University, she often is reminded of the reasons she, too, was drawn to the university as an undergraduate.

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NMSU Plant Diagnostic Clinic receives national accreditation Yellow star accredited logo

The next time a plant in your yard is infested or infected, it may end up at one of just four laboratories in the nation with accreditation status.

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Karen Kopera-Frye named associate dean of NMSU College of Health and Social Services

Karen Kopera-Frye has joined the New Mexico State University College of Health and Social Services as associate dean, Dean Donna Wagner announced. She will focus on academic issues such as recruitment, retention, assessment plans, course scheduling, enrollment strategic planning and mentoring in research.

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NMSU talk to highlight the difference between science and science fiction Head and shoulders of a man

Science fiction movies and television shows are often criticized for their scientific inaccuracy and portrayal of scientists. Stephen Cass, a New York-based science and technology journalist who co-authored the book “Hollyweird Science,” says filmmakers are actually doing a better job of getting it right.

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NMSU public health students promote Exercise is Medicine on Campus campaign

Walking is a simple form of exercise, and public health sciences undergraduate students at New Mexico State University are encouraging the campus to get moving through Exercise is Medicine on Campus, a national initiative.

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Arrowhead Center at NMSU accepting applications for LAUNCH program

Are you looking to accelerate your idea and move your technology to the market? The LAUNCH program at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center is now accepting applications from local innovators looking to gain valuable advice and guidance before entering the market.

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Doctoral student, professor to present at instructional leadership conference Photo of two women standing outside

Ana Lopez, a doctoral student in the Special Education and Communication Disorders department in New Mexico State University’s College of Education, will attend a prestigious leadership conference Oct. 27-28 in San Antonio alongside her mentor, SPED/CD professor Loretta Salas.

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