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NMSU associate dean retires after 32 years of NMSU service Two men with silver plate.

When Jeff Brown joined New Mexico State University’s history department in 1984, Las Cruces had around 50,000 residents, construction of the Corbett Center auditorium was nearly complete, and NMSU had recently elected its first female student body president.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet July 7

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special meeting at 3 p.m. Thursday, July 7, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building on the NMSU Las Cruces campus.

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SBA administrator visits NMSU’s Arrowhead Center

U.S. Small Business Administration Regional Administrator Yolanda Garcia Olivarez visited Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University last week to learn about Arrowhead programming and discuss areas for increased collaboration between the SBA and Arrowhead.

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NMSU’s Descubre program to offer discounted tuition to students from Mexico

Students from Mexico can now study at New Mexico State University at a discounted tuition rate thanks to a new program dubbed Descubre, or discover.

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NMSU to host onion field day July 6 Close-up of onions

New Mexico State University will host an Onion Field Day Wednesday, July 6, at the Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Presentations and walking tours will be from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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NMSU statistics professor helps study amphibian populations at Yellowstone Tiger salamander

Responsible management of wildlife habitats and resources starts with a good understanding of the dynamics of the ecological system over time: Are populations and breeding sites changing? And if so, what are the reasons for that change? A New Mexico State University researcher is working with the National Park Service to help provide answers to those questions and give wildlife managers a clearer picture of how climate and habitat features affect populations.

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NMSU Board of Regents approves reduction in employee benefits

During its regular June 27 meeting, the New Mexico State University Board of Regents approved a number of benefit changes that will impact current and future employees.

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NMSU Board of Regents closed executive session canceled, regular meeting still set for June 27

The closed executive meeting of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents scheduled for 8 a.m. Monday, June 27, in Domenici Hall Room 251 has been canceled. The meeting was to discuss personnel, real estate, water rights and threatened or pending litigation matters. This meeting will be rescheduled at a later date.

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NMSU leaders hit the phones to boost scholarship funds for students Group on phones

Scholarship committees at New Mexico State University will begin meeting in early July to make difficult decisions about how to distribute scholarships to students for the upcoming academic year. There are always more deserving students than available funds, so campus leaders took to the phones this week to help close the gap and support student success.

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Research shows NMSU’s Math Snacks games improve student learning

Spectacular flames shoot out of the exhaust pipes on a “monster” school bus as the sixth-grade driver races through neighborhoods, picking up friendly aliens and smashing glass flasks filled with a creepy green potion sitting in the middle of the road.

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NMSU College of Business names first Haight accounting chairholder Portrait of Kevin Melendrez

The New Mexico State University College of Business has selected Kevin Melendrez as its first Lionel Haight Endowed Chair in Accounting.

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NMSU engineering professor emeritus receives prestigious engineering honor Man in jacket

Conrad Keyes Jr., professor and department head emeritus in the New Mexico State University Department of Civil Engineering, was recently named the 64th member of a prestigious engineering society.

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Upgrades of NMSU nematode lab to help local growers Woman in a lab coat placing plant samples in an apparatus

Thanks to funding from the United States Department of Agriculture, the New Mexico State University Department of Entomology, Plant Pathology and Weed Science has made considerable upgrades to its nematode containment facility in Skeen Hall.

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NMSU alumni help renovate, revitalize Questa, NM church

In the late 1960’s, three sisters left Questa, New Mexico, to attend New Mexico State University and made their homes either in Las Cruces or elsewhere, but after hearing about the possible demolition of a historic Catholic church in their home town, they quickly sprung to action.

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NMSU’s partnership with La Semilla project earns national recognition from APLU NMSU faculty Lois Stanford and two others work in a field

New Mexico State University is again being nationally recognized for its institutional commitment to community engagement. The university is one of five schools that were designated “exemplary awardees” by the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities during its selection process for the 2016 C. Peter Magrath Community Engagement Scholarship Award.

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Providing Shelter: EMI Technologies helps protect the equipment that protects lives Man and woman standing in front of EMI Technologies sign

Growing up on a farm in La Union, N.M., Joe Alvarez dreamed of earning a degree in physics from New Mexico State University to become an astronomer and escape all the dirty jobs he had to do. Little did he know that 20 years later, the multi-million-dollar company he and his wife built from humble beginnings would provide first-class mobile missile tracking and missile support equipment to protect the lives of troops in the field during both Gulf Wars.

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Lehnhoff joins NMSU as weed ecologist  Man using equipment on plant leaves

Erik Lehnhoff was once an environmental engineer, but working with plants led him to his current career as a weed ecologist at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet June 27

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will hold a regular meeting at noon on Monday, June 27, in Hadley Hall, Conference Room 130, at the university’s Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU alumnus, business owner recognized as success story by NMSBA, New Mexico Angels Photo of a man sitting down

Luke Smith, founder of EcoSeal, was recently recognized as a 2015 success story at the New Mexico Small Business Assistance Innovation Celebration. The event, co-hosted by New Mexico Angels and NMSBA, took place in Albuquerque during the New Mexico Angels quarterly members’ meeting.

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Las Cruces native elected president of NMSU student government Head shot of man in black polo shirt

Keeping a careful eye on the budget, establishing traditions and bridging the gap between student government and the general student population are three priorities for newly elected Associated Students of New Mexico State University President Matt Bose.

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NMSU’s College of Engineering sees big jump in summer enrollment View of campus

With final summer enrollment numbers now tallied at New Mexico State University, student counts are showing an unexpected jump in the College of Engineering thanks to an innovative approach by both the central administration and the college.

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NMSU-based NM FAST sends companies to national small business conference

The New Mexico Federal and State Technology Partnership Program recently sent several New Mexico companies to the National Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer Conference held May 23-25 in Washington, D.C., with funding made available through the New Mexico Economic Development Department.

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Remembering C. Quentin Ford, former NMSU engineering dean, professor

C. Quentin Ford, former interim dean of the College of Engineering from 1980 to 1981, died April 30 at the age of 92. His memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 18, at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage, Museum 4100 Dripping Springs Road, Las Cruces.

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Teachers learn from students during NMSU MathLab summer program Photo of two boys sorting through measurements.

Elementary, middle and high school students in 17 classrooms across New Mexico, including New Mexico State University, are helping their teachers improve their teaching skills by participating in the NMSU Mathematically Connected Communities, or MC2, MathLab this week.

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NMSU Physical Science Lab’s unmanned aircraft photographs renovated baseball field View of baseball field from above.

New Mexico State University’s newly renovated Presley Askew Field is an impressive facility from the perspective of fans in the bleachers and baseball players on the field. But it also looks good from above, thanks to photographs taken from an unmanned aircraft.

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Chance encounter with a nursing textbook changes life for multiple generations Group of women holding a framed picture

Whether you call it fate, luck or divine intervention, the New Mexico State University student who left behind a nursing textbook after moving out of a residence hall 40 years ago had a significant impact on Margaret Pacheco’s life.

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NMSU to open Passport Acceptance Facility at Garcia Annex

New Mexico State University’s Office of International and Border Programs will open a Passport Acceptance Facility on campus to serve the university community and the general public.

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NMSU researchers help discover ideal growing conditions for guar Man holding plant

CLOVIS – Researchers at New Mexico State University’s Agricultural Science Center at Clovis and at the Las Cruces campus have been busy studying the ideal growing conditions for guar crops.

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Albuquerque company working with NMSU-based NM FAST recognized with innovation award

Albuquerque-based company Management Sciences, Inc. (MSI) was awarded a TechConnect Innovation Award at the TechConnect World Innovation Conference & Expo in Washington, D.C.

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Arrowhead Center at NMSU, U.S. Sen. Tom Udall sponsor Women’s Career Success Conference Photo of woman speaking at a podium next to people seated at a table

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University and U.S. Sen. Tom Udall sponsored a successful conference last month to foster innovative economic development through entrepreneurship, and empower women as part of the entrepreneurial population.

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