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NMSU astronomy professor studies unusual galaxy in distant universe Blonde woman in blue shirt.

An assistant professor in New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences’ Astronomy Department recently coauthored a paper detailing the shape and motions of stars within a distant galaxy.

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NMSU alumni use grant to expand sustainable farming techniques Man and woman talk in greenhouse

Along a high gravel road radiating white under the sunlight, near the Rio Grande, whose waters splash against the walls of a bridge over it, and nestled within acres of shady pecan trees is Taylor Hood Farms.

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NMSU professors expand project to map Zika mosquitoes across southern New Mexico Two men and a woman kneeling in the grass

Researchers at New Mexico State University have received a second contract from the New Mexico Department of Health to expand last summer’s project to map the geographic distribution of mosquitoes that can carry the Zika virus in the state.

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NMSU to host weed identification workshop at Cochiti Pueblo on July 21

COCHITI – It is said that weeds are plants growing where they are not wanted. One place weeds invade are fields of crops.

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NMSU to host fruit tree grafting workshop at Alcalde on July 25

ALCALDE – Grafting is very useful in fruit tree production for both commercial growers and home gardeners.

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Health tech startups across NM invited to new virtual accelerator at Arrowhead Center

In the health technology industry, innovation is a constant. New ideas for devices, products and services are always emerging, but it can be difficult to access the potential customer base that’s needed to test the feasibility of these innovations in a timely manner.

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NMSU finalizes 2018 budget, keeping student success as top priority

As New Mexico State University finalizes its budget for 2018, university leaders continue to refine their strategy of focusing on student success.

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Earn your Ag Days Degree from NMSU Aug. 2 to 4 Man on horse with cattle in background

Perhaps you want to brush up on your knowledge of cattle anatomy or fire ecology. Maybe you could use a lesson in saddle fitting or plant identification. Learn about all these topics and more at New Mexico State University’s Ag Days Degree program Wednesday, Aug. 2, to Friday, Aug. 4.

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NMSU Valencia County Extension program receives national recognition Girl holding a tablet

LOS LUNAS – In August when school teachers ask what did you do this summer, some will be surprised to hear their students say they watched a cow being milked and meat being cut into steaks, or they saw the honeycomb inside a beehive.

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NMSU doctoral student receives NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship Woman in green shirt, sitting outdoors

When you think about West African savannas, elephants and lions may come to mind. But … termites?

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State 4-H Conference at NMSU will focus on helping youth reach their potential Man in a jacket.

With a theme of “Do More, Grow More and Be More,” the State 4-H Conference at New Mexico State University Monday through Thursday, July 10-13, will be a busy, exciting week for hundreds of senior 4-H members from across New Mexico.

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NMSU Passport Acceptance Facility moving to new location

The popular Passport Acceptance Facility at New Mexico State University is moving to a new location.

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Youth receive college-level hands-on curriculum at NMSU Youth Ranch Management Camp Large group of youth gathered around a sign

CIMARRON – This year’s New Mexico Youth Ranch Management Camp introduced 24 youths to the science and business side of ranching. Most have been “hands” on their family ranch, but many did not know the “why” behind the tasks they have been doing.

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State’s agricultural leaders to host listening session in Abiquiu July 18 Man in blue shirt

ABIQUIU – The dean of New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences and the secretary of the New Mexico Department of Agriculture will be in Abiquiu Tuesday, July 18, to listen to the concerns of agricultural producers in northern New Mexico.

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Five New Mexico Certified Public Managers graduate in June from NM EDGE Large group of people in black, white and turquoise shirts

TAOS – Five civil servants receiving the certified public manager designation were among the 33 New Mexico EDGE graduates recognized during the New Mexico Association of Counties annual conference June 22 in Taos.

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Science of dance focus of summer institute at NMSU Man dancing

Novice and experienced dancers, along with some of the world’s leading dance scientists and educators, will converge at New Mexico State University next month.

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NMSU students use social media to stir immigration discussion man sitting at desk with sign in front of him

We’ve all seen those Facebook posts from a friend or family member that make you feel uncomfortable because they seem so extreme. What do you do? Post an angry reply? Block their posts?

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NMSU’s Fulton Center 3rd Floor Bistro will adjust hours in July Photo of dining room

New Mexico State University’s 3rd Floor Bistro at the Danny Villanueva Victory Club in the Stan Fulton Athletics Center will adjust their hours of operation starting in July.

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NMSU Guadalupe County ag agent named interim Eastern District department head Woman in black

Leigh Ann Marez has done it all during her career as a county Cooperative Extension Service agent with New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

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Jett family donation benefits NMSU College of Engineering scholarships Man sitting at a desk.

As the daughter of one of the most beloved former deans in the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University, Dorothy Jett Barr knew she wanted to give back to the university loved by her father, Daniel Boone Jett.

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NMSU engineering students design unique processing machine for local small business Three men stand behind a machine.

For their senior capstone project in the College of Engineering, Macklin Begaye, Austin Hilton and Jagg Lovato, all mechanical engineering technology students, knew they wanted a challenge. The trio, who graduated from New Mexico State University last month, selected a project to design and manufacture a machine for a local small business.

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NMSU College of Engineering motivates teachers, students at trainings, summer camps Man, standing, speaks during presentation.

School is out for the summer but both teachers and students are spending time at New Mexico State University and the College of Engineering.

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NMSU receives $4.5 million in federal funding for Upward Bound Programs

The United States Department of Education has awarded New Mexico State University $4.5 million in federal grants for the Upward Bound Programs. NMSU received a five-year grant renewal for $396,004 per year to work with Las Cruces and Gadsden high schools, a program that has existed since 1989. For the first time, NMSU has also received two five-year grants for $257,500 each to create a partnership with Alamogordo and Hatch Valley high schools.

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Scientists to meet in second annual Animas, San Juan watershed conference River scene

FARMINGTON – When more than three million gallons of mining sludge from the Gold King Mine site at Silverton, Colorado, suddenly flowed downriver into the Animas and San Juan rivers in August 2015, no one knew what to expect as a lasting impact.

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New Mexico counties participate in USDA Stronger Economies Together program

New Mexico rural community and county leaders are taking advantage of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Stronger Economies Together program to help them develop and implement an economic development blueprint for their multi-county regions.

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold special meeting June 16

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special meeting at 9 a.m. Friday, June 16, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building on the NMSU Las Cruces Campus.

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NMSU-based NM FAST sends companies to national small business conference

The New Mexico Federal and State Technology Partnership Program recently sent two New Mexico companies to the National Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer Conference held May 15-17 in Washington, D.C.

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NMSU Campus Tutoring, TRIO SSS tutoring, mentoring programs receive national certification A group of students holding certificates

When New Mexico State University junior Alicia Romero hears a laugh, she knows she’s on the path to helping a fellow student. A TRIO Student Support Services mentor who is beginning her third semester with the program, Romero values working with her peers.

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NMSU professor sets his sights on determining best dryland cropping system Man standing outdoors

Murali Darapuneni recalls stories about how difficult it was for his ancestors during times of drought conditions and famine in India in the early 1900s.

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NMSU researchers survey homemade mosquito repellents, look for participants Head and shoulders of man and woman. Woman is holding bottle of perfume.

If you have a recipe for homemade mosquito repellent, two New Mexico State University professors want to hear about it.

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