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NMSU floral students design their way into the future Two women, each holding a rose stem

You never know when you’re going to need a centerpiece, houseplant, succulent or specialty floral arrangement. When you do, you may not need to look any further than the New Mexico State University Floriculture Program.

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New NMSU professor to research, teach dryland ecology Man outdoors with a green sweatshirt

Niall Hanan spent much of his time studying range ecology while conducting his doctorate fieldwork in West Africa. He’s familiar with semi-arid environments, and he has experience with ecological modeling.

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Rotary Club of Las Cruces makes gift to NMSU’s College of Engineering Four men and a woman pose with a large check.

The Rotary Club of Las Cruces has given the New Mexico State University Foundation a gift of nearly $128,000 to benefit the Alec and Margaret Hood Memorial Scholarship in the College of Engineering. Rotary Club members were inspired by GivingTuesday, which resulted in more than $2 million for scholarships and programs at NMSU.

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NMSU Extension agents receive state’s new food safety certification training Woman in striped shirt talking to group

The clock is ticking and time is running out for people who prepare food for the public to receive the newly required food safety certification.

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Beating the odds: NMSU’s geology researchers receive scarce NSF earth sciences funding Four people standing in front of maps

Beating the odds: NMSU’s geology researchers receive scarce NSF earth sciences funding

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NMSU’s Patricia Sullivan to chair Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Woman sitting at a table.

New Mexico State University College of Engineering Associate Dean for Outreach Patricia A. Sullivan was elected chair of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education during the commission’s semi-annual meeting held in Westminster, Colorado, in the fall.

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Young Achievers Forum introduces sixth-graders, families to NMSU

New Mexico State University will host the first New Mexico Young Achievers Forum Feb. 11 at Corbett Center Student Union. Community en Accion, AT&T and Bravo Dealerships of Las Cruces and El Paso are partners in this event committed to introducing sixth-grade students and their parents from across southern New Mexico to NMSU and a variety of career opportunities.

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NMSU’s College of ACES alums to gather in Santa Fe Feb. 7

Alumni in New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences are invited to the first Sam Steel Society social of the year following the conclusion of Ag Fest in Santa Fe on Tuesday, Feb. 7.

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NMSU’s “A Starry Night” fundraiser to honor community leaders

WHAT: New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences will celebrate “A Starry Night, the Stars of Arts and Sciences” fundraiser

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center launches AgSprint program to support innovation in agriculture

A new program by New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center is offering help to those looking to develop innovative ideas related to agricultural technology.

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NMSU’s Chile Pepper Institute to host 25th Anniversary Dinner Holy Jolokia 25th anniversary bottle.

The Chile Pepper Institute will be holding a 25th Anniversary Dinner, Monday, Feb. 6, to celebrate 25 years at New Mexico State University. The proceeds from the event will go to the Endowed Chair for Chile Pepper Research in an effort to continue and enrich further chile pepper research. The Chile Pepper Institute started the endowed chair in 2009 and is nearing their goal.

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NMSU government professors host series to discuss challenges facing democracy Head and shoulders of a man with arms crossed

New Mexico State University’s Department of Government is hosting a colloquium series titled “Democracy in Question?” to reflect on the local, national and global implications of recent major political events such as the Brexit vote and the 2016 U.S. elections that are impacting democracy.

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold work session Feb. 6

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a work session meeting at 3 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6, at the University Center and President’s Residence, 4501 Geothermal Drive, in Las Cruces.

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NMSU to host fruit growers workshop at historic Los Luceros Ranch Man with pruning shears cutting tree branch.

ALCALDE – Los Luceros Ranch, one of New Mexico’s most scenic and historically significant properties, will be the site of the New Mexico Fruit Growers Workshop on Thursday, March 2.

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NM EDGE, New Mexico Association of Counties honors graduating public officials Group of people wearing black, white and turquoise shirts

SANTA FE – The 15th group of New Mexico EDGE graduates was recognized during the New Mexico Association of Counties Legislative Conference on Jan. 19 in Santa Fe. The graduates join 370 public officials who have completed various designations in the certified public official program.

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Southwest’s premier organic farming conference set for Feb. 17-18 in Albuquerque Man and woman standing by tree

ALBUQUERQUE – The New Mexico Organic Farming Conference, to be held Friday and Saturday, Feb. 17-18, at the Marriott Pyramid North in Albuquerque, is the Southwest’s premier conference for organic and sustainable agriculture.

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NMSU’s Studio G expansion supports student entrepreneurship at community colleges

Students across the New Mexico State University system with an idea for a business now have access to an online entrepreneurship curriculum and network of expert advisers, thanks to Arrowhead Center’s Next Generation Entrepreneurship program. Known as Next Gen, the program brings Studio G, Arrowhead’s student and alumni business incubator, to NMSU’s community college campuses throughout the state.

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NMSU’s Studio G expansion supports student entrepreneurship at Alamogordo campus

Students across the New Mexico State University system with an idea for a business now have access to an online entrepreneurship curriculum and network of expert advisers, thanks to Arrowhead Center’s Next Generation Entrepreneurship program. Known as Next Gen, the program brings Studio G, Arrowhead’s student and alumni business incubator, to NMSU’s community college campuses throughout the state.

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NMSU’s Studio G expansion supports student entrepreneurship at Carlsbad campus

Students across the New Mexico State University system with an idea for a business now have access to an online entrepreneurship curriculum and network of expert advisers, thanks to Arrowhead Center’s Next Generation Entrepreneurship program. Known as Next Gen, the program brings Studio G, Arrowhead’s student and alumni business incubator, to NMSU’s community college campuses throughout the state.

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NMSU’s Studio G expansion supports student entrepreneurship at Grants campus

Students across the New Mexico State University system with an idea for a business now have access to an online entrepreneurship curriculum and network of expert advisers, thanks to Arrowhead Center’s Next Generation Entrepreneurship program. Known as Next Gen, the program brings Studio G, Arrowhead’s student and alumni business incubator, to NMSU’s community college campuses throughout the state.

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NMSU’s School of HRTM to host beverage series

New Mexico State University’s School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management will be hosting a series of community tastings in the Bobby Lee Lawrence Academy of Wine. The program is held in conjunction with the school receiving the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences’ Gerald Thomas Chair endowment for the 2016-2017 academic year.

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Education, student leadership highlight NMSU’s Black History Month Head shot of man with red scarf, brown hat

Festus Addo-Yobo, director of Black Programs at New Mexico State University, agrees with Martin Luther King Jr.’s principle, “Nonviolence chooses love instead of hate.” And he would like NMSU’s Black History Month in February to reflect that – and other – principles outlined by King.

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NMSU professor’s China school exchange in “Global Connections” lecture

It’s a centuries-old game that originated in China but is played around the world. Last summer, a New Mexico State University sociology professor watched as the game known as “rock, paper, scissors" helped her 7-year-old son to navigate culture and language barriers when he visited a school in China.

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NMSU Estate Planning Conference for Women celebrates 10 years

Women control more than half the personal wealth in the United States – more than $14 trillion, according to a recent study by the Bank of Montreal’s Wealth Institute – and that number is expected to rise to more than $20 trillion over the next three years. While estate planning is important for everyone, regardless of the size of their personal wealth, it becomes especially important for women, who live an average of 5 years longer than men.

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NMSU Museum exhibit reveals Native American artists’ reflections in photography and video Man holding a camera

Ninety-five works by eight contemporary Native American photographers and filmmakers will be on display starting this week at the New Mexico State University Museum.

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Military Times recognizes NMSU for military, veteran efforts Exterior shot of Corbett Center.

For the first time, New Mexico State University has been ranked on the Military Times Best for Vets: Colleges 2017 list.

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NMSU Range Science Professor receives Fulbright award to Australia Man with cowboy hat, standing in tall grass

Ranchers in the western United States and in Australia face a major challenge: animal welfare on a substantial amount of rangeland.

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“A Starry Night” fundraiser to honor community leaders Four people smiling with arms around each other

New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences will celebrate “A Starry Night, the Stars of Arts and Sciences” fundraiser on Friday, Feb. 3, at the ASNMSU Center for the Arts at 1000 University Ave.

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NMSU expert gives tips on safe water storage, treatment in case of crisis

One of the guarantees of life is its unpredictability. In the case of emergencies affecting potable water supplies, New Mexico State University water expert Rossana Sallenave released a guide on how to properly treat and store water for long periods of time.

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NMSU Media Productions develops outreach materials on water management, irrigation techniques

New Mexico State University’s Media Productions is part of a prestigious integrated USDA-National Institute of Food and Agriculture project to explore the safe use of nontraditional irrigation water on food crops.

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