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NMSU stabilizes enrollment, posts increase in system headcount A photo of NMSU leaders speaking with students.

The New Mexico State University system has posted an increase in overall student enrollment numbers – the first such increase since 2010. The NMSU system includes its campuses in Las Cruces, Alamogordo, Carlsbad, Grants and around Doña Ana County.

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NMSU anthropology students explore, excavate, share findings at conference Group photo of men and women posing picture outside

It’s nothing like a day in the life of Indiana Jones, but New Mexico State University students can experience a day in the life of a real archaeologist at NMSU’s annual Archaeological Field School. This year’s six-week summer dig revealed more secrets about a curious structure at the South Diamond Creek Pueblo in the Gila National Forest –– a large ceremonial gathering place called a “Great Kiva.”

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NMSU to host Rio Grande Heritage Festival at Los Lunas science center Two men standing with a chile roaster between them

LOS LUNAS – Agriculture has been the backbone of the Middle Rio Grande Valley for as long as humans have lived in the area. Cultural traditions are centered around the raising and use of the harvested crop.

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NMSU ranks as national top tier university Campus reflected in glass.

According to the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges for 2020 National Universities rankings, New Mexico State University has been recognized as a top tier university for the seventh time in the last eight years.

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NMSU professor inducted into ASHS’s 2019 class of fellows Head and shoulders of a man

Rolston St. Hilaire, head of the Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Interim Head of Extension and Plant Sciences and a professor within the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University has been inducted into the American Society for Horticulture Science’s 2019 class of Fellows.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center’s AgAssembly unites AgSprint teams in front of industry leaders Woman seated in a chair on stage smiling

Early in August, a cohort of teams in the New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center AgSprint program, a five-month venture builder for innovators in agriculture, food, energy and the environment, gathered to discuss their progress and to ready themselves for this month’s AgAssembly event.

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NMSU Honors College welcomes two new faculty affiliates Woman seated at a desk behind books and papers

The William Conroy Honors College at New Mexico State University is welcoming two new affiliated faculty members who will work with honors students and help with community outreach.

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NMSU to host FSPCA certification courses for food manufacturing industry professionals

New Mexico State University will host two hybrid training and certification courses designed for food and beverage manufacturing industry professionals.

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NMSU College of Engineering programs receive renewed accreditation Exterior of a building

The College of Engineering at New Mexico State University has just received reaccreditation for bachelor’s degree programs in civil engineering, electrical and computer engineering, engineering physics, chemical and materials engineering, industrial engineering and mechanical and aerospace engineering by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, the global accreditor of college and university programs in applied and natural science, computing, engineering and engineering technology.

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NMSU alumnus Frank Seidel to be recognized as first inductee of NMSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame Man in a suit standing

New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center and Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies are pleased to announce the launch of the NMSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame. Its first inductee, who will be recognized during Homecoming events in October, is NMSU alum Frank Seidel, president of Seidel Technologies.

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NMSU to host forage field day Sept. 21 at Los Lunas Tractor pulling hay bailer

LOS LUNAS – Forage crops are the foundation for the state’s largest agricultural industries, and provide the basis for the 3.2 billion livestock and milk production sectors.

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NMSU researcher continues research on organic peanuts A man speaks from a peanut field.

A peanut breeder at New Mexico State University’s Agricultural Science Center at Clovis is testing commercially available organic seed treatments and bacterial inoculants as part of ongoing research for peanut production.

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NMSU climate change seminar tackles landscape change in Chihuahuan Desert Hand holding plastic measuring tiny plant.

Nearly one third of the world’s land surface is threatened with desertification, a type of land degradation in which a relatively dry area becomes a desert. This vulnerability could impact up to 250 million people. New Mexico State University researchers in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Agriculture are finding long-term data showing dramatic changes in vegetation, and associated changes in air quality, wind and water erosion in the Chihuahuan Desert that can have implications for similar areas around the world.

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Electrical engineer’s research focused on making the power grid more reliable A scientist works with electrical equipment.

Olga Lavrova, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at New Mexico State University, is working to find ways to upgrade our aging power grid and deliver electricity more reliably. Her goal is to develop devices that work with renewable sources of energy and weather minor disruptions as well as more catastrophic events, such as hurricanes.

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NMSU TRIO Upward Bound builds a foundation for graduates Woman standing near an NMSU sign.

As an undergraduate student at New Mexico State University, Angelica Ruby Garcia didn’t consider attending medical school. It wasn’t until working at a hospital in El Paso, Texas, did the 2013 NMSU biochemistry graduate start thinking about another career path.

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Arrowhead-based NM FAST hosts SBA SBIR Road Tour visit to Albuquerque

The Small Business Administration’s Small Business Innovation Research Road Tour stopped in Albuquerque on Aug. 14 as part of the Southwest Tour, which also included stops in Tucson, Arizona; El Paso, Texas; and Boulder, Colorado.

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NMSU to host forest restoration field day at Mora research center Sept. 14 Three people looking at a pine tree seedling

MORA – In New Mexico’s northern forest, a group of foresters have organized the Forest Restoration Triangle, a collaboration of New Mexico State University’s John T. Harrington Forestry Research Center at Mora, the forestry program at New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas and the New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute, housed at NMHU.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet Sept. 4

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will have a working lunch, a closed session and a potential quorum Wednesday, Sept. 4.

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NMSU hosts visit from Sandia National Laboratories officials, opens new office space at PSL Four men standing.

After an official agreement was signed in April, the collaboration between New Mexico State University and Sandia National Laboratories has proceeded with the opening of a facility at NMSU’s Physical Science Laboratory in Anderson Hall.

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NMSU alumni recognized for distinguished careers, philanthropy and service

Continuing a time-honored Homecoming tradition, the New Mexico State University Alumni Association has selected recipients for the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Awards, the inaugural Young Alumni Service Award and the James F. Cole Memorial Award for Service.

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