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NMSU STEM Outreach Center, Arrowhead to host STEM Saturdays Family working on a project at a table

The STEM Outreach Center at New Mexico State University is partnering with Arrowhead Center and Innoventure Jr. to host a series of entrepreneurship and STEM-related family workshops for the community.

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4-H program in Albuquerque elementary school turning school’s grade around Two girls and a woman

ALBUQUERQUE – Albuquerque Public Schools principals are turning to the 4-H Youth Development program to spark students’ success. Eight schools are implementing programs to help students.

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NMSU to host fruit tree pruning workshop at Alcalde March 8 Man in ski cap

ALCALDE – It’s time to prune fruit trees to prepare for this year’s growth and crop yield.

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Life after wildfires: NMSU researchers work to restore fire-damaged forests Man in a greenhouse with tree seedlings

Catastrophic wildfires in the Southwest in recent years have impacted approximately 118,000 acres of federal forest lands in New Mexico and Arizona. The damage is categorized as high burn severity, according to a white paper by the U.S. Forest Service.

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Extreme conservation next in NMSU climate change series Joel Berger climate talk

The plight of animals living on the extreme edges of the world will be the focus of the latest installment in New Mexico State University’s Climate Change Education Seminar Series.

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NMSU, NM EDGE celebrates milestone in certified public official program Large group of people in white, black and turquoise shirts

SANTA FE – The New Mexico EDGE graduation ceremony at the New Mexico Counties’ Legislative Conference on Jan. 17 marked the awarding of the first certified public finance professional designation for the nationally accredited program administered by New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service.

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NMSU early childhood education online master’s program ranked among best in the country

The online early childhood education master’s program at New Mexico State University has been named among the top 20 such programs in the country, according to an online ranking site that researches graduate programs in the U.S.

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D’Angelo and Perry to receive awards at NMSU’s Las Cruces International Film Festival Head and shoulders of a woman

Two well-known actresses will be honored for their work at the Las Cruces International Film festival during the awards ceremony at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23 at the Rio Grande Theatre, 211 Main St.

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NMSU proposes Agribusiness Accelerators in three regions of state Two men in front of state flag

State Sen. Pete Campos has a dream for the future of New Mexico and he is asking New Mexico State University for help in achieving it.

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NMSU professor touts RMI studies program in magazine Headshot of man.

Southern New Mexico may not be a hotbed for insurance activity, but it’s home to a thriving risk management and insurance, or RMI, studies program, housed at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU loves technology, annual Tech Day set for Thursday

New Mexico State University’s annual Technology Day will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 14 in the Aggie Lounge at Corbett Center Student Union.

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Senior 4-H members explore career opportunities at state leadership retreat People walking past plants

What are you going to do when you grow up?

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NMSU to host Young Achievers Forum, welcome sixth-graders, families to campus Feb. 23 Children wave pompoms at pep rally

For the third straight year, approximately 500 sixth-grade students and their families from across southern New Mexico will have the opportunity to experience New Mexico State University at the New Mexico Young Achievers Forum Feb. 23. Community en Accion, Bravo Dealerships of Las Cruces and El Paso, El Paso Electric and Wells Fargo are partners in this free event at NMSU.

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NMSU Alternative Licensure Program helps develop, foster future educators Man standing in classroom

According to a recently released report by researchers in the College of Education at New Mexico State University, there were 740 teacher vacancies in New Mexico last year, compared to 476 teacher vacancies in 2017.

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NMSU to host final Aggie Experience of 2018-2019 academic year Feb. 18 People socializing outside

On Monday, Feb. 18, Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation will host the last Aggie Experience event of the 2018-2019 academic year on the New Mexico State University campus. The Aggie Experience is free and open to all potential future students and their families.

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NMSU study finds high rate of cesarean births among Hispanic women in border Two women stand in front of a map of the United States.

Hispanic women living in the United States’ southwest-border region have a cesarean rate that is higher than that of other Hispanic women in the border states and U.S. Hispanic women overall, a research team at New Mexico State University has discovered.

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Films, stars, workshops, more at NMSU’s fourth International Film Festival Poster design of cactus, the moon and roadrunner against a night sky

Films at this year’s Las Cruces International Film Festival will explore issues such as social justice, immigration, space exploration and the human condition. The 2019 film festival presented by New Mexico State University and Visit Las Cruces runs Feb. 19-24 and offers the region the opportunity to screen more than 90 films – features, documentaries, short subjects, animation and foreign language films in all genres – in less than six days.

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NMSU PREP Academy accepting applications

The College of Engineering at New Mexico State University is accepting applications for the 2019 NM PREP Academy, a free summer residential program designed to engage high-achieving middle and high school students in hands-on science, technology, engineering and math activities.

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NMSU’s High Plains Crop and Livestock Symposium set for Feb. 21 Man kneeling in alfalfa field

PORTALES – Entering its second year, the 2019 High Plains Crop and Livestock Symposium will highlight current topics facing agricultural producers around eastern New Mexico.

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NMSU College of Engineering dean named to national defense science roundtable Man sitting at a table

New Mexico State University College of Engineering Dean Lakshmi N. Reddi will serve on a committee to provide high-level strategic dialogue and information exchange with U.S. Department of Defense research leaders over the next two years.

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