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Time to apply for NMSU’s New Mexico Youth Ranch Management Camp Man and three girls

For 6 years teenagers have learned the science behind ranching at the New Mexico Youth Ranch Management Camp conducted by New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

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NMSU Professor Tom Dormody receives agricultural Senior Fellow Award Man and woman standing in front of a wall, holding a frame

Tom Dormody, Regents Professor in the Department of Agricultural and Extension Education at New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences was honored by the American Association for Agricultural Education as a Senior Fellow. The award was presented in May of 2017 at AAAE’s annual conference in San Luis Obispo, California. The award recognizes members of the association who have made exceptional contributions to their profession and who have more than 20 years of active service at the collegiate level.

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New NMSU Extension publication clarifies interstate commerce transportation regulation Horse being loaded into a trailer

The recent enforcement of a federal regulation regarding transporting animals across state lines for commerce has confused not-for-profit haulers including 4-H and FFA families.

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‘A Day as an NMSU College Student’ for Las Cruces fifth graders Students walking around campus

The entire fifth grade at Sonoma Elementary School in Las Cruces will be thinking about college soon – about 8 years early – when students from the elementary school spend a day at New Mexico State University on Friday, March 9.

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NMSU Career Services to host 14th annual Employment Extravaganza

New Mexico State University’s Career Services will host the 14th annual Employment Extravaganza Fair March 14. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Corbett Center, first floor on the NMSU campus.

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NMSU’s pecan conference to host regional speakers Pecan orchard

An update on the western pecan weevil insect, how farming is adapting to city standards and a discussion on the roots of pecan trees will be among the presentations at this year’s annual Western Pecan Growers Association conference and trade show March 4-6.

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NMSU project at Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center passes audit Man sprays a field of sunflowers

Making food safe is the goal for Cary C.S. Hamilton and his staff. Hamilton is the field research director for the Inter-Regional Research Project No. 4 at New Mexico State University’s Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center, where approximately 12 field trials are conducted every year.

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NMSU LAUNCH team leads commercialization effort with university-developed cardiac technology

There are a wealth of dynamic and industry-altering technologies emerging from New Mexico State University that are ripe for commercialization. Arrowhead Center’s LAUNCH program identifies and supports teams who can lead the way, to catalyze movement from university research to market and contribute to economic growth in the region.

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NMSU LAUNCH team leads commercialization effort with university-developed cardiac technology

There are a wealth of dynamic and industry-altering technologies emerging from New Mexico State University that are ripe for commercialization. Arrowhead Center’s LAUNCH program identifies and supports teams who can lead the way, to catalyze movement from university research to market and contribute to economic growth in the region.

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Participants needed for NMSU-based program for Hispanic mothers with cancer Group photo of women.

Conexiones, a cancer education program based at New Mexico State University, is looking for Hispanic mothers recently diagnosed with cancer to participate in a study that will help evaluate the program’s effectiveness.

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