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KRWG to showcase NMSU CMI students’ pandemic films July 9, 11, 12 Head and shoulders of a woman

Ilana Lapid’s film students were halfway through the spring semester when the worldwide pandemic hit and the New Mexico State University campus transitioned to online instruction. Students in Lapid’s Border Documentary Film Production and the Social Impact of Film classes were left wondering what to do next. Three students had filmed enough material to complete their border-themed documentaries. The rest were forced to abandon those projects and come up with something new.

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NMSU continues temporary suspension of workouts for student-athletes

New Mexico State University will continue its temporary suspension of student-athlete workouts as additional COVID-19 test results are gathered. Last week, the university suspended workouts at the recommendation of the University Athletics team doctor after six student-athletes and a sports performance staff member tested positive for the virus.

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Department of Energy renews funding for NMSU-administered Carlsbad environmental monitoring facility Woman laying on table under device.

Continuing a relationship that began in 1991, the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management, Carlsbad Field Office, has renewed a grant to New Mexico State University. The project value is $14,470,270, with a five-year project period. Administered by the NMSU College of Engineering, environmental monitoring will be performed at the Carlsbad Environmental Monitoring and Research Center.

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NMSU welcomes Anna, Age Eight Institute

On July 1, New Mexico State University will be home to the Anna, Age Eight Institute, which seeks to prevent adverse childhood experiences among New Mexico’s children.

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NMSU gets state funding to digitize and create maps of water rights Man smiling

Although New Mexico relies on both groundwater and surface water to supply the needs of the state, about 87 percent of the public water supply comes from groundwater, that is, water held in underground aquifers. But who owns that water?

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NMSU temporarily closes O’Donnell Hall to repair fire damage The exterior of a building of O’Donnell Hall at New Mexico State University

New Mexico State University has temporarily closed O’Donnell Hall on the Las Cruces campus to begin repairing damage caused by early morning fire reported Monday, July 6.

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NMSU Library to begin pilot curbside pickup service July 6 Exterior of building.

The New Mexico State University Library will begin a pilot service for curbside pickup Monday, July 6. The free service for NMSU faculty, staff and students will run through the end of the July and offers access to general circulation items located in Zuhl and Branson libraries.

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NMSU collaborates on new career-building contests for youth A female student gives a speech.

New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, in collaboration with the New Mexico State Fair Commission, has developed two new contests for youth to showcase their public-speaking and scientific-reasoning skills.

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Activities in NMSU’s Coca-Cola Weight Training Center temporarily suspended

Activities in New Mexico State University’s Coca-Cola Weight Training Center have been temporarily suspended. The university made the decision at the recommendation of the University Athletics team doctor after six student-athletes and a sports performance staff member tested positive for COVID-19. The university is working to identify other NMSU students and personnel who may have come in contact with those who tested positive. The facility will reopen after further testing can be completed.

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NMSU College of Education to receive nearly $3.5 million in federal funding for scholarships Group photo

The College of Education at New Mexico State University is set to receive nearly $3.5 million from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration to fund scholarships for economically disadvantaged students and underrepresented minorities.

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NMSU assisting with cyberattack investigation at the NMSU Foundation A photo of Dove Hall at NMSU.

New Mexico State University and the NMSU Foundation are investigating a cyberattack and possible data loss involving information stored on NMSU Foundation computers.

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NMSU researchers examine robotic harvesting, data gathering in chile pepper fields Three people standing in shade

Increasingly scarce irrigation resources and labor availability are key components impacting the sustainability of the New Mexico chile pepper industry.

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NMSU researchers find out what causes insect eggs to open and close like a flower Insect egg under microscope

It was another normal day of collecting and examining insect eggs in the lab for New Mexico State University grad student Danielle Lara and entomology professor Scott Bundy. On this particular day though, something happened that caused Lara to distrust her own eyes.

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Finalists for NMSU Honors College dean announced

After a national search, two candidates have been named finalists for the position of the next dean of New Mexico State University’s William Conroy Honors College.

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NMSU Provost names inaugural Faculty Fellows Head and shoulders of a man outdoors

New Mexico State University Provost Carol Parker has announced two NMSU professors will be the first Provost’s Faculty Fellows to lead efforts in globalization and border relations.

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NMSU Provost names interim Chicano Programs director Woman standing next to a statue

New Mexico State University Provost Carol Parker has appointed Associate Professor Judith Flores Carmona as interim director of Chicano Programs effective July 1.

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NMSU Air Force ROTC commander promoted Women smiling in front of flags

New Mexico State University’s Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps commander was promoted last month to colonel.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center’s Carlos Murguia named director of Foster Innovation Exchange Man seated on a stage speaking into a microphone

Carlos Murguia of New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center has been named director of the Foster Innovation Exchange (FIX), the premier collaboration space and network for entrepreneurs and emerging business leaders in the regional Borderplex.

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New Mexico Governor’s STEM Challenge begins second year, NMSU to host showcase event with COVID-19 safety precautions People standing around an exhibit in a high school gym.

New Mexico high school students have the opportunity to use their problem-solving skills to compete in the second New Mexico Governor’s STEM Challenge program.

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Longtime NMSU research program director retires, leaves lasting impact on students Three people in a lab

Throughout the last two decades, Michael Johnson has made it his mission to educate and empower underrepresented students in biomedical research as the director of the Maximizing Access to Research Careers (MARC) program at New Mexico State University.

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Twelve Plus One Heart Foundation established at NMSU to help students realize higher education goals Men standing and holding a check.

A routine hike up “A” Mountain on one September 2018 day was a catalyst for a new organization. Through a little sweat and tears, the beginnings of the Twelve Plus One Heart Foundation were created during the 40-year reunion for former New Mexico State University student-athletes.

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NMSU, Electronic Caregiver launch project to evaluate COVID-19 monitoring system A woman holding equipment speaks to another woman

A team of public health researchers at New Mexico State University launched a demonstration project this summer in partnership with the Las Cruces-based Electronic Caregiver to evaluate the feasibility of an automated telehealth system that monitors COVID-19 symptoms.

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Arrowhead Center success: Company making vaccine delivery cheaper, safer for wild horses Man sitting outside in front of equipment

In an uncertain world, it’s those who seek out knowledge who gain not only an understanding of where they are, but where they can safely go.

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NMSU researchers extend deadline for survey on COVID-19 food impact

New Mexicans have more time to complete a survey by a group of researchers from New Mexico State University and the University of New Mexico on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the food system, food access and affordability in the state.

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NMSU to host virtual forum on racial violence and social justice June 22

The School of Social Work in the College of Health and Social Services at New Mexico State University is inviting members of the NMSU community and general public to join in on a virtual conversation Monday, June 22, about racial violence and social justice.

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NMSU’s Black Programs, student organizations to host Juneteenth celebration Vigil

It was on June 19, 1865, that the Union soldiers landed at Galveston, Texas, with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free – about 2 1/2 years after President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation. This moment in history is recognized as Juneteenth, the oldest known celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the United States.

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NMSU names ACES associate dean, director of Agricultural Experiment Stations Woman with blue blazer

Leslie Edgar believes in land-grant universities and the work they do for the communities they serve, as well as their national and global reach and impact.

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NMSU Model U.N. team creates informative blog after COVID-19 cancels national conference Group of students smiling

For the past 13 years, New Mexico State University’s Model United Nations team has brought home top awards from the national conference held in New York City each spring. This year, three weeks before the team was headed to New York, the coronavirus pandemic hit and the conference was cancelled.

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Engineering scholarship created to honor NMSU alumnus’ legacy Head and shoulders photo of man

As a member of the military, James Sullivan traveled the world from Afghanistan to Kosovo and Massachusetts to Hawaii. He served in the United States Army and U.S. Army National Guard for 17 years.

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NMSU system releases detailed plan for fall return to campus Aerial view of NMSU campus at sunrise

New Mexico State University system leaders this week released a comprehensive plan for the university’s return to campus operations for the fall 2020 semester. Prepared by the university’s COVID-19 Rapid Response Team and titled “NMSU Ready,” the document outlines the steps the university will take to ensure a welcoming and functional campus environment when classes begin on Aug. 19.

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