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NMSU to host livestock water symposium in Albuquerque

If you want to learn about issues related to stock water, you won’t want to miss this event.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center partnerships with Mexico create opportunities for students Photo of two men

Two talented New Mexico State University graduate students, Carlos Murguia and Victor Cruz, have made Arrowhead Center their nexus for productivity and success. The two students, both from Mexico, first came to NMSU in summer 2015 for a two-month combined program that included English as a second language, GRE training and an entrepreneurship and technology commercialization internship with Arrowhead Center. This initial opportunity for Murguia, Cruz and other students who participated in the program emerged as a result of Arrowhead’s Activando Emprendedores bilingual entrepreneurship training program, which includes partnerships with several universities throughout Mexico.

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KRWG director selected as treasurer for national organization Picture of Glen Cerny.

Glen T. Cerny, director of broadcasting for KRWG at New Mexico State University, has been chosen as treasurer of the National Educational Telecommunications Association executive board of directors.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center youth program announces open registration period

Innoventure, a core program within Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University, is holding open registration for the 2016-17 academic year for middle and high school students across New Mexico.

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NMSU’s student success navigators prepare for sophomores Two women (left) and a man talk around a table.

With fall 2016 classes underway at New Mexico State University, the student success navigators are gearing up for their next challenge. The second-year retention initiative will be working with sophomores for the first time.

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NMSU Alumni Association to host chile roast event in Las Cruces Man in apron in front of chile roaster

The New Mexico State University Alumni Association International Board of Directors will sponsor a chile roast to celebrate the area’s rich agricultural heritage and encourage networking among local alumni.

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NMSU receives $4.4 million grant for pecan research Woman in lab coat standing behind many tiny trees

You may enjoy receiving those packaged pecans as a gift during the holiday season. Or maybe it’s that freshly baked pecan pie that makes your mouth water.

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University Art Gallery NEA award exhibit to blend art, science White stones being strung from the ceiling over a wood floor

Natural science and contemporary art will ignite the imagination when the University Art Gallery at New Mexico State University presents “GEOMAGIC: Art, Science and the Zuhl Collection” from Thursday, Sept. 8, through Wednesday, Dec. 21. The gallery will host an opening reception from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 8.

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NMSU engineering transfer students learn innovation and entrepreneurship A group of men and women stand on steps outside a building.

Forty-six engineering transfer students participated in a one-week immersion workshop on innovation and entrepreneurship as part of a National Science Foundation program to broaden participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics the week before formal classes began at New Mexico State and Howard Universities.

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‘NMSU Celebrates the National Parks’ series begins Sept. 1 A man wearing park ranger outfit and hat.

New Mexico State University is celebrating the National Park Service centennial with a speaker series called “NMSU Celebrates the National Parks.” NMSU’s College of Arts and Sciences is hosting classes, public lectures and a blog series to bring the beauty and wonder of America’s national parks to the NMSU campus and Las Cruces community.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center, Navajo Tech collaborate to provide entrepreneurial opportunities

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University and other organizations are collaborating with Navajo Technical University in Crownpoint, N.M., to help improve economic conditions across the Navajo Nation by providing technological tools for future generations.

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Renowned author, livestock facility designer Temple Grandin to speak at NMSU Woman standing with black cow

Growing up as an autistic child is not easy. But Temple Grandin worked her way through adversity and has succeeded in many capacities. In fact, she was named to Time magazine’s list of “The 100 Most Influential People in the World” in 2010.

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NMSU to host demonstration of solar panels for range wells

ACOMA PUEBLO – Instead of having to repair the old windmills out on the range, would you like to learn about using solar panels to operate remote wells?

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NMSU College of Education student wins national scholarship

An undergraduate student at New Mexico State University’s College of Education has been awarded a scholarship by the American Speech and Hearing Association.

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NMSU convocation honors eight faculty members for excellence in teaching, research Group of 11 people

New Mexico State University honored its faculty and staff at the 2016 fall convocation ceremony Aug. 16 at NMSU’s Atkinson Recital Hall. Every fall and spring, convocation is held to celebrate the start of a new semester.

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NMSU alumna recognized with first Family and Consumer Sciences teacher award

When Cheryl Hinrichs was in the eighth grade, she took a home economics class, which is now known as family and consumer sciences. The class teaches students basic life lessons such as cooking, nutrition, personal finance and consumer economics. She immediately thought she found her calling.

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Gift allows NMSU chemical engineering students to benefit from new brew lab

The College of Engineering will expand a popular field of study for New Mexico State University students with a gift to support the brew lab in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering.

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NMSU to host third annual Rio Chama Equine Expo in Abiquiu

ABIQUIU – Young and old alike are invited to the third annual Rio Chama Equine Expo, Saturday, Aug. 27, at the Rio Arriba Rural Events Center at 122-A State Road 554 in Abiquiu.

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NMSU anthropology students excavate pueblo, learn life of ancient New Mexicans

New Mexico State University anthropology students spent the summer getting to know the Mimbres people who died more than a thousand years ago and helping to preserve their history.

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NMSU to offer unmanned aircraft systems workshop in September A unmanned aircraft system is on a runway.

With the increasing popularity of unmanned aircraft systems or drones, New Mexico State University’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Flight Test Center will offer a three-day workshop to teach government, civil and business officials about the new technology and regulations.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center, WESST announce first women’s business conference

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University and WESST, a statewide small business development and training organization, have announced their first WE Mean Business women’s entrepreneurship conference to be held in Las Cruces.

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Need an attitude adjustment? NMSU hospitality students have just the recipe Group at a table

At the end of a grueling workweek, sometimes you need a bit of an attitude adjustment to start your weekend off right. Thanks to the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management at New Mexico State University, you can get that attitude adjustment on campus once a month and support student clubs and organizations at the same time.

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NMSU’s Rich Pratt receives prestigious crop science award Head shot of man in blue shirt and black jacket

When you listen to Rich Pratt talk about the importance of crops for future generations, you can’t help but hear the sincerity in his voice. Whether it’s addressing crop diseases, limited water resources, soil salinity or high temperatures, Pratt says many crop scientists are in service of mankind.

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NMSU to present Becklin with Presidential Medallion

Karen Becklin, a retired NMSU employee and higher education advocate, will receive New Mexico State University’s Presidential Medallion during the university’s convocation ceremony at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16. The Presidential Medallion recognizes outstanding service individuals give to the university beyond their time as employees.

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NMSU faculty members speak at water research conference in Russia A group of 10 people in front of a body of water

Water availability affects everyone. Whether you’re in New Mexico or Siberia, everyone shares concerns about water resources.

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NMSU to host chile field day at Los Lunas agricultural science center on Aug. 30 Man standing by a machine in a field

LOS LUNAS – Raising New Mexico chile peppers is big business in the southern region of the state. In the middle Rio Grande Valley, it’s a labor of love.

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NMSU researchers find natural immune stimulator for chile plants Man holding two petri dishes over his head.

Farming is a high-risk business. Crops are planted and a variety of things can impact the harvest, yield and ultimately the profit made by the farmer.

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NMSU to host Western Pecan Production Short Course in October Pecan orchard.

This fall, New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will host the 2016 Western Pecan Production Short Course. The short course, which will teach the public about pecan production, will be held Oct. 17-19 at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces. The registration fee is $350.

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NMSU dietetic interns offer tips on packing healthy school lunches Photo of a man and a woman sitting at a table with two plates of food in front of them

While many school cafeterias nationwide are increasingly offering more nutritious fare, 40 percent of children still take their own lunch to school, according to the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.

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NMSU College of Education doctoral student to receive APA award

Jamey Leeanne Rislin, a counseling psychology doctoral candidate at New Mexico State University’s College of Education, is the recipient of this year’s American Psychological Association’s Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race (Division 45) Toy Caldwell-Colbert Student Contributions to Service Award.

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