NMSU branding

New Mexico State University

New Mexico State University

News Center


Headlines


School of HRTM brings happy hour to NMSU

New Mexico State University’s School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management will be hosting a happy hour as part of The Adjustment Project series.

Read More

NMSU exhibit highlights J. Paul Taylor’s private collection Poster for the exhibition with photos of textiles

Textile traditions from around the world will be on display at New Mexico State University when the University Museum hosts an exhibit of rare fabrics, weaving and embroidered cloth from the private collection of J. Paul Taylor. The opening reception for the show titled “Travel The World Through Textiles – A J. Paul Taylor Collection” will be from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday, May 7 at the museum in NMSU’s Kent Hall at the corner of Solano and University.

Read More

Innoventure’s student entrepreneurs focus on helping those with disabilities Man talking to a group of students

If you could create a new device or product that helps someone with a disability navigate their life with greater ease, what would it be? A group of middle and high school students from around New Mexico contemplated that question and came up with some unexpected solutions as they participated in the Innoventure competition through New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center.

Read More

NMSU Board of Regents to meet May 12

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a regular meeting at 9 a.m. Friday, May 12, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building on the NMSU Las Cruces Campus, 1780 East University Avenue.

Read More

Arrowhead Innovation Fund receives investment from state's Catalyst Fund Portrait of Estela Hernandez

The Arrowhead Innovation Fund at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center is one of three organizations to receive investment from the state’s Catalyst Fund, a $20 million “fund of funds” to support New Mexico companies, Gov. Susana Martinez announced Tuesday in Albuquerque. The Catalyst Fund is expected to support more than 50 companies in New Mexico and will focus on aiding technology startups.

Read More

NMSU research shows technology may help speed political polarization Head and shoulders of a man with a computer screen

While pundits and news outlets claim political polarization in America is at an all-time high since the November 2016 election, a study led by New Mexico State University researchers may have discovered one of the factors driving it – customization technology.

Read More

Groundbreaking for NMSU Heritage Farm trail set for Thursday

Be one of the first to see the future Heritage Farm Interpretive Trail at a groundbreaking ceremony from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 4. The trail is part of New Mexico State University’s larger plan for the Heritage Farm development west of the campus.

Read More

NMSU students lend a hand and make friends in Las Cruces community Group of students, The Big Event sign in background

From raking leaves to picking up trash to painting, more than 700 New Mexico State University students helped more than 50 local organizations and businesses, including trails, parks, El Caldito Soup Kitchen and Habitat for Humanity, as part of The Big Event.

Read More

NMSU works to build a culture of student philanthropy

When Alexandra Tovar, a New Mexico State University senior studying Spanish, walked into NMSU’s Corbett Center Student Union on Nov. 29 and made her first Giving Tuesday donation, she was already part of a growing number of NMSU students who are learning that they can make a difference in the lives of future Aggies before they have crossed the graduation stage themselves.

Read More

NM EDGE provides leadership program to NM General Service Department employees

SANTA FE – Forty-four New Mexico General Service Department employees completed a new leadership foundation program conducted by New Mexico EDGE. The participants were recognized during a certificate presentation program recently in Willie Ortiz Auditorium.

Read More

NMSU's Arrowhead Center receives $2.5 million gift from Hunt Family Foundation Four people on stage

The New Mexico State University system launched the public phase of its $125 million comprehensive campaign, “Ignite Aggie Discovery,” by announcing a transformative gift from the Hunt Family Foundation to benefit Arrowhead Center, NMSU’s entrepreneurship and innovation hub.

Read More

Laura Gutierrez-Spencer honored with NMSU’s ‘A’ Mountain staff award Two men present woman a plaque.

A favorite day for Laura Gutierrez-Spencer involves talking with New Mexico State University students all day.

Read More

NMSU fashion students to showcase designs at senior fashion show Photo of dress on a mannequin

Innovative, beautiful designs by students in the Clothing, Textiles and Fashion Merchandising program at New Mexico State University will make their public debut at the Student Fashion Show next week.

Read More

New NMSU scholarship helps veterans transition to civilian life

A basic military tenet is to leave no one behind. Now, a group of Raytheon employees has come together and established a new scholarship at New Mexico State University to make sure that the final educational mission for student veterans comes to fruition.

Read More

Three NMSU graduates inducted into College of Business Hall of Fame Man with glasses

Perry Elders, Class of ’83, and Philip and Sandy Cook, Classes of ’84 and ’82, were inducted into New Mexico State University’s College of Business Hall of Fame during a ceremony and banquet April 21 at the Las Cruces Convention Center. In addition, the college presented the Corporate Traders Award to Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

Read More

NMSU donors’ gifts of time and caring have tremendous impact Man and woman smiling

When Jag and Linda Cheema needed a family in their new hometown, New Mexico State University answered the call. When NMSU students needed a home away from home, the Cheemas dialed in. Now, the Jag and Linda Cheema Endowed Scholarship will create a way for student athletes to be their best, not only on the playing fields and courts but in the classroom as well.

Read More

NMSU, San Juan College to host Spring Gardening Festival May 6

FARMINGTON – “Give Bees a Chance” is the theme of the annual Spring Gardening Festival at San Juan College from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 6.

Read More

Burke selected as NMSU’s new senior vice president for administration and finance A photo of NMSU’s new senior vice president for administration and finance Andrew Burke.

Andrew Burke will be New Mexico State University’s new senior vice president for administration and finance, effective July 17. NMSU Chancellor Garrey Carruthers announced the appointment earlier today.

Read More

NMSU to honor Aggies with memorial ceremony

In remembrance of the New Mexico State University students, employees and alumni who have died in the past year, NMSU will host a memorial ceremony at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 3, at the Spiritual Center. The ceremony is open to the public.

Read More

NMSU art department hosts three community events on one night Woman lying on table with vegetables

New Mexico State University student artists will display their talents at three receptions for the Juried Student Show, Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition titled “Portmanteau” and Yolanda Cooper’s Master of Fine Arts exhibition titled “Life As It Is.”

Read More

NMSU’s third annual Founders Day Picnic has theme of chile cultivation, cuisine Green chile peppers

New Mexico State University’s third annual Founders Day will be celebrated Wednesday, April 26 featuring a picnic lunch from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the Traders Plaza, south of the College of Business.

Read More

NSF CAREER award helps NMSU professor design devices for search and rescue teams

Zachary Toups wasn’t always a computer science professor. Before he started teaching at New Mexico State University, he was a researcher attached to the Disaster Preparedness and Response group involved with Texas Task Force 1, one of 28 federal teams under the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Urban Search and Rescue System. These teams go to the scene of a disaster and search the debris to find survivors.

Read More

NMSU announces conclusion of Tough Enough to Wear Pink efforts A photo of NMSU researcher Jeffrey Arterburn in a laboratory.

After 10 years of fundraising for cancer research, dozens of awareness activities and a decade of pink Aggie football games, NMSU Aggies Are Tough Enough to Wear Pink organizers have announced their volunteer efforts will not continue in 2017.

Read More

NMSU Honors College symposium showcases student research and creativity Three dancers on stage, reddish backdrop

The New Mexico State University community and the public are invited to attend a morning of presentations, poster displays and performances that include topics such as agriculture, dance, science, health, engineering, poetry and economics.

Read More

NMSU rodeo team celebrates 75 years

The New Mexico State University rodeo team will celebrate its 75 years with a reception, a music festival and of course, a rodeo.

Read More

New Mexico Indian Livestock Days has provided research-based information for 21 years

ALBUQUERQUE – Since 1985 research-based information has been presented to Navajo and Pueblo livestock growers by New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at an annual event.

Read More

Legacy gift to NMSU honors a nephew’s work in ag education

Anne and Kent McIntosh wanted their legacy after a lifelong farming career to help sustain agricultural education in New Mexico through an endowed scholarship in honor of their nephew.

Read More

NM FAST program to host small business workshop in Clovis

The New Mexico Federal and State Technology Partnership Program, housed at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, will host a workshop on how small businesses in New Mexico can fund their innovative ideas through the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs.

Read More

‘Managing Risk and Thinking Ahead’ drought workshop set for April 26 in Clovis Aerial view of circular crop fields

If you’re a farmer, dairy owner or rancher in Eastern New Mexico or West Texas, you may want to attend the “Managing Risk and Thinking Ahead” workshop from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, in Clovis, New Mexico. The workshop is at the Curry County Events Center Indoor Pavilion, located on the Curry County Fairgrounds at 900 E. Brady Ave.

Read More

Celebrate Mother Earth at the Community Earth Day Fair 2017 Las Cruces Earth Day fair poster.

Every year on April 22, the whole world celebrates Earth Day. Started as a day to show support for environmental protection efforts, Earth Day is celebrated in 192 countries. New Mexico State university’s Office of Sustainability and Organization of Aggie Students Inspiring Sustainability, in conjunction with the City of Las Cruces, continues to put on their Earth Day fair.

Read More




Page 7 of 380, showing records 181-210 of 11385

Show 10 | 20 | 30 articles per page