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NMSU to host 500 middle-school students for UAS Roadshow An unmanned aircraft system rolls down a dirt runway.

New Mexico State University will host an Unmanned Aircraft Systems Roadshow for local eighth-grade students Sept. 26 at Aggie Memorial Stadium. The 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. event will teach about 500 Las Cruces Public Schools students about science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center receives grant to help New Mexico small businesses

The New Mexico Federal and State Technology Partnership Program at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center has been awarded a $125,000 grant from the Small Business Administration to continue programming that offers Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer proposal development assistance to New Mexico small businesses through workshops, mentoring, and micro-grant awards.

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NMSU’s College of Health and Social Services announces leadership changes Man’s head shot.

New Mexico State University’s College of Health and Social Services announces leadership changes effective for the 2016-2017 academic year.

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NMSU receives national top tier ranking for 2017 Students walk down International Mall.

For the fourth time in the last five years, New Mexico State University has been recognized as a top tier university. NMSU was listed on the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges for 2017 National Universities rankings.

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NMSU to host Career Expo Sept. 20-21

New Mexico State University’s Career Services will host the 32nd annual Career Expo from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 20 and 21 in the Corbett Center Student Union third floor ballrooms.

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NMSU researchers uncover the stories behind Stahmann Farms communities Photo of man and woman seated at a table

Behind the lush pecan groves along Highway 28 near San Miguel, N.M., are stories most people don’t know.

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NMSU recognized as a top 50 Military Friendly university

G.I. Jobs magazine has named New Mexico State University as a top 50 Military Friendly school in degree programs within areas of telecommunications and security/corrections. According to G.I. Jobs, Military Friendly schools represent the top tier of institutions that provide the best educational opportunities for military service members and their dependents. NMSU has been designated a Military Friendly school since 2010.

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NMSU conducts unmanned aircraft system flight at rivalry football game

The Sept. 10 New Mexico State University Aggie victory over the University New Mexico had significance to history in several ways. Not only it is the first time in four years that the Aggies’ beat the Lobos on the football field, but more significant was that NMSU used new technology, an unmanned aircraft system to record video of the pre-game and kick-off.

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NMSU biomedical research seminar series kicks off Friday Man with glasses looking forward

New Mexico State University is continuing its biomedical research seminar series with five new talks during the fall semester beginning at 3:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 16, in Pete V. Domenici Hall, Room 109.

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Veteran LCPS administrator to direct education MBA program at NMSU Portrait of Andrea Fletcher

Andrea Fletcher, a veteran educational administrator who most recently served as chief academic officer for Las Cruces Public Schools, has joined the New Mexico State University College of Business as an assistant dean, and will serve as director of the Woodrow Wilson MBA Fellowship in Education Leadership Program.

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NMSU food experts offer tips for pairing chile with wine, beer Photo of a wine glass filled with chiles, with chiles scattered around it.

In the late summer and early fall, the air in New Mexico is scented with roasted green chile enticing residents and visitors to give into their cravings of chile rellenos, enchiladas and other chile-based dishes.

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Four civil engineering students receive $30,000 in federal fellowships

Four graduate students in New Mexico State University’s Civil Engineering Department recently were awarded sizable fellowships through the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration.

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NMSU experts offer tips to safely store green chile Photo of green chiles roasting on a griddle.

Green chile is everywhere, fresh from the farmer’s market or your favorite grocery store. Some stores are selling it by the 25-pound box and offer roasting as well. How do you make sure you can enjoy one of New Mexico’s best products year round?

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Global Connections talk takes us to Thailand White temple with red roof, with ancient carvings on the outside.

Interested in hearing a local’s take on the Phuket beaches, ancient Ayutthaya Kingdom and traditional Thai culture?

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NMSU National Parks series’ second talk looks at infrastructure Two women and man in a suit from head to toe in front of building.

The 10-year, multi-million-dollar capital campaign to repair the infrastructure of America’s national parks was called Mission 66. Jeff Pappas, New Mexico’s State Historic Preservation Officer, will talk about the results of the single largest investment in U.S. national parks when the “NMSU Celebrates the National Parks” lecture series continues.

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NMSU’s Salon Discovery gala Friday to feature civil engineering, La Catrina Quartet

This semester’s Salon Discovery fall gala at New Mexico State University will feature civil engineering and music from the award-winning La Catrina Quartet. “NMSU Civil Engineering: En Route to Better Infrastructure” will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9, in Atkinson Recital Hall.

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Field Day at NMSU’s Artesia Science Center provides updates on insects, cotton, cover crops

The latest research activity related to glandless cotton, cover crops and jujube fruit trees, as well as an insect safari for children and other activities, will be the focus of the Field Day Thursday, Sept. 8, at New Mexico State University’s Agricultural Science Center.

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

A dynamic group of women entrepreneurs are scheduled to speak at the first WE (Women Entrepreneurs) Mean Business conference, which will take place Saturday at the New Mexico State University Center for the Arts, 1000 E. University Ave. in Las Cruces.

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NMSU program offers new ideas, best management practices for farmers, ranchers

To help operate their farms and ranches profitably, agricultural producers need to know the best practices and the latest ideas from experts. New Mexico State University’s AG Days Degree Program brings the best and most current thinking to the producers.

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NMSU observes National Hispanic-Serving Institution Week, Elba Serrano to speak Head shot of woman with blue scarf.

New Mexico State University joins the nation in celebrating National Hispanic-Serving Institution Week Sept. 12-18.

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NMSU and UNM Boards of Regents to hold joint meeting

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will hold a special meeting at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, in the Regents Room in the Educational Services Building on NMSU’s Las Cruces. This will be a joint meeting with the University of New Mexico Board of Regents to discuss current issues in higher education in New Mexico.

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Mexican agriculture secretary to visit NMSU, sign agreement with APLU

José Eduardo Calzada Rovirosa, a New Mexico State University graduate and minister of the Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food, will visit the NMSU campus Sept. 9.

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NMSU Conroy Scholars begin first semester, meet William B. Conroy Five students standing, one man sitting in chair

In just its second year of existence, the Conroy Scholars Program in the New Mexico State University Honors College welcomed six new members.

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NMSU engineering students design cow camera to assist researchers Two brown cows standing near yuccas

Imagine what you could learn if a rangeland cow wore a GoPro camera. What does the cow eat? How much does it eat? How often does it eat? And how much land does it cover in one day?

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NMSU center at Corona serves as key site for range, livestock research Two men standing around a group of black cows

If you want to learn more about livestock management or range management, you may want to visit the Corona Range and Livestock Research Center.

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NMSU College of Business names Robin T. Peterson Endowed Chair in Marketing Portrait of Christopher Plouffe

New Mexico State University’s College of Business has named Christopher Plouffe as the next holder of the Robin T. Peterson Endowed Chair in Marketing, following the retirement last month of the chair’s namesake.

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Student panelists prep for Q&A sessions with Domenici Conference speakers Woman in blue shirt with microphone

The fall semester may just be getting underway, but the group of university scholars serving as this year’s Domenici Public Policy Conference student panelists has already been busy for weeks, preparing for the important role they’ll play during the conference, set for Sept. 14 and 15 at the Las Cruces Convention Center.

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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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