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‘Bee’ healthy: NMSU researchers study medicinal benefits of oregano for bees Two people with bee hoods over their faces working with beehive

ALCALDE – An oregano farmer, a beekeeper and a researcher with New Mexico State University are investigating the medicinal benefits of oregano for bees and whether these benefits are transferred to humans through honey.

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NMSU Board of Regents work sessions, executive session set for July 31-Aug. 1

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special work session meeting from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, July 31, and from 8 to 11:15 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 1, at the University Center and Residence on the NMSU Las Cruces Campus.

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NMSU El Paso alumni host chancellor, athletic director, coaches

WHAT: El Paso chapter of New Mexico State University alumni to host a meet and greet event

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Domenici Conference at NMSU celebrates 10 years, focuses on foreign policy, workforce issues Man’s head shot.

The 2017 Domenici Public Policy Conference at New Mexico State University will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the conference, and this year’s topics will highlight U.S. foreign policy, equity in education and workforce issues.

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Experienced winemaker named new viticulturist at NMSU Man standing in vineyard.

When you take a sip of your favorite wine, you most likely savor the delicious flavors and take in the distinct aromas. But you probably don’t think about the science behind that smooth, tasty beverage.

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NMSU STEM Outreach Center receives additional funding from APS Foundation for programs in Farmington, N.M.

For the second time in two years, the Arizona Public Service Foundation has awarded New Mexico State University’s STEM Outreach Center a generous grant that will provide hundreds of students in Farmington, New Mexico, with after-school extended science, technology, engineering and mathematics education programs.

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NMSU Dean, Secretary of Agriculture hear concerns of northern NM ag producers Two men talking behind table

ABIQUIU – Northern New Mexico ranchers and farmers expressed their concerns about the agricultural industry to the state’s top agricultural officials during a listening session July 18 in Abiquiu.

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NMSU golf management program specialist among PGA LEAD second class Man in black shirt in front of golf flag

New Mexico State University’s golf management program is once again among the forerunners of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America training opportunities.

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New class of President’s Associates Scholars prepares to become Aggies this fall

Each year, the walkways on the New Mexico State University campus fill with a new class of eager freshmen. Since 1978, that freshman class has included a select group of students who come from all over New Mexico and have earned one of the institution’s most prestigious awards, the President’s Associates Scholarship.

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NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Clovis field day to feature U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce, various crop-related topics People riding on a trailer in a crop field.

From peanuts to sugar cane, and from soil to weeds, there will be plenty to learn at the New Mexico State University Agricultural Science Center at Clovis Field Day Aug. 9.

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NMSU’s Los Lunas agricultural science center to host field day Aug. 15 People in trolley listening to speaker

LOS LUNAS – Middle Rio Grande farmers and the local community will have an opportunity to learn about the research being conducted at New Mexico State University’s Agricultural Science Center at Los Lunas during the farm’s field day Tuesday, Aug. 15.

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NMSU Dean Flores selected as fellow of Water for Food Global Institute Man in suit with glasses

New Mexico State University College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences Dean Rolando A. Flores has been selected as a Global Fellow of the Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute at the University of Nebraska.

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NMSU students get first-hand experience at archaeological dig Group of people standing around a sign in a forest

An associate professor of anthropology and University Museum director at New Mexico State University recently led a six-week field school for anthropology students and enthusiasts in the Gila National Forest.

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New Mexico MESA high school team repeats as national champion

PHILADELPHIA – New Mexico MESA students from Deming High School are celebrating another huge accomplishment. At the 2017 MESA USA National Engineering Design Competition held in Philadelphia, the Deming High School team beat thousands of students and again won first place honors on June 23.

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NMSU physics professor receives prestigious fellowship Man with glasses in red shirt

The head of New Mexico State University’s physics department was recently named a fellow of a prestigious interdisciplinary applied science society.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet Aug. 1

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a regular meeting at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 1, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building on the NMSU Las Cruces Campus.

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NMSU Dean receives outstanding alumnus award from alma mater Group of people standing on stage with awards.

Enrico Pontelli, dean of New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences, recently traveled to Italy in early July to receive an award for outstanding achievement from the University of Udine, the dean’s alma mater.

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NMSU experts dig up Las Cruces boy’s million-year-old fossil find Man holding tusk next to jawbone of stegomastodon

A 10-year-old boy’s accidental discovery in the Las Cruces desert led a New Mexico State University professor to a rare, mostly intact 1.2 million year-old stegomastodon skull.

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NMSU professor researching how to treat aphasia in stroke patients Two women looking at a computer

One of the most frustrating effects of a stroke is the inability to use, produce and comprehend language, also known as aphasia. Many aphasia sufferers become anxious and frustrated with not being able to communicate and understand others like they did before their stroke.

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NMSU AgSprint client aims to address food insecurity in rural New Mexico

A New Mexico-based agricultural technology company is working to solve a global food problem at the local level with support from the AgSprint accelerator program at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center entrepreneurship and innovation hub.

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