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NMSU Extension offers grape vineyard workshop online Man standing behind grape vines.

ABIQUIU – This year’s grape crop has been harvested, but the work is not over. Now is the time to reassess and prepare the vineyard for winter.

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Arrowhead Center EnergySprint educates businesses on New Mexico’s clean energy economy People participating in a Zoom meeting

EnergySprint, the successful business accelerator hosted by Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University, recently primed participants to contribute to New Mexico’s emerging clean energy economy. The six-week venture builder allowed New Mexico innovators to focus on what made their technologies unique and what they could do to improve – by getting in front of real customers and hearing immediate feedback.

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NMSU invites campus community members to join virtual Chancellor Walk Man signs a proclamation

New Mexico State University is inviting all campus community members to walk a mile this month in support of the third annual Chancellor Walk.

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NMSU study finds decrease in New Mexico teacher vacancies, increase in teacher program enrollment Building photo

The number of teacher vacancies in New Mexico has decreased 11 percent compared to last year, while the number of admitted students and program graduates in higher education teacher programs have increased, according to the 2020 New Mexico Educator Vacancy Report compiled by the Southwest Outreach Academic Research Evaluation & Policy Center at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU among Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics Students, with masks on, walking outside on campus.

New Mexico State University has been recognized on the Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics list published in the October issue of The Hispanic Outlook on Education Magazine.

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NMSU Cooperative Extension Service to offer virtual diabetes cooking classes

New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service will present a series of upcoming virtual cooking classes designed to teach adults with diabetes how to cook healthy meals.

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NMSU Extension to provide pesticide applicator training online Man in PPE spraying sunflowers

The pesticide safety education program at New Mexico State University is now offering workshops two ways online.

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NMSU’s new chemistry and biochemistry professor brings experience, grants Man smiling

The New Mexico State University Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry recently added a new assistant professor to their faculty, bringing experience, expertise and more $2.2 million in various grants from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.

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Verizon, NMSU work together helping Columbus students access internet Two women outside library smiling

As online education becomes the new normal, many low-income families are struggling to find resources to allow their children to fully participate in classes. Nearly one-quarter of New Mexico’s students lack equipment and internet access at home.

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NMSU honors public health heroes in Doña Ana County A group of people.

New Mexico State University’s Department of Public Health Sciences will present its sixth annual Public Health Heroes Awards throughout October, honoring several Doña Ana County leaders and organizations for their public health commitments, collaborations and contributions.

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NMSU’s Physical Science Lab partners with USDA Agricultural Research Service for workshop series

Small unmanned aircraft system virtual workshops were held by staff from New Mexico State University’s Physical Science Laboratory in collaboration with the USDA Agricultural Research Service Scientific Computing Program Sept. 30 and Oct. 7. Scientists want to expand research opportunities, and sUAS are a way of collecting more and new data. The PSL team was asked by the USDA ARS to help guide new potential sUAS users on the best practice approaches to safely and effectively using this technology for research.

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NMSU’s Education Abroad offers virtual international experiences Campus buildings and trees.

Despite the cancellation of all international travel through the end of 2020, New Mexico State University’s Education Abroad continues to offer students options to explore the world.

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NMSU and Lescombes collaborate to launch Pistol Pete’s Crimson Legacy wine Wine bottle

New Mexico State University and New Mexico-based Lescombes Winery announced the creation and launch of Pistol Pete’s Crimson Legacy, one of less than 10 collegiate-licensed wines in the country. The Cabernet Sauvignon will be available at all Lescombes locations beginning today, with additional, statewide distribution over the coming weeks.

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NM FAST program awarded sixth year of funding to help New Mexico small businesses Building photo

The U.S. Small Business Administration has awarded a sixth year of funding to the New Mexico Federal and State Technology Partnership Program (NM FAST), housed at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, to provide programming for small businesses in the state.

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NMSU welcomes new Army ROTC commander Man smiling

Lt. Col. Mark McClellan is taking over the reins of the Army ROTC Bataan Battalion at New Mexico State University. Before coming to NMSU in July, McClellan commanded the 1st Battalion, 77th Armored Regiment at Fort Bliss.

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DACC to host online events in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month Headshots of four people.

The Doña Ana Community College Library is inviting DACC and community members to participate in a series of virtual events in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month.

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NSF grant brings high-performance computing to New Mexico students, faculty Head and shoulders of a woman

To help meet the increased demand for technology jobs, a $400,000 National Science Foundation grant is helping New Mexico State University change the landscape for high-performance computing for students and faculty throughout New Mexico over the next two years. High-performance computers (HPCs) can crunch numbers for complex problems – like those in artificial intelligence, genetics, economics or ecology – and skills with them are highly sought after. An HPC can be considered a superpowered computer that people are able to share time on. NMSU’s HPC Team includes a group of graduate students, HPC administrators and Diana V. Dugas, principal investigator of the grant and NMSU’s director of instruction and research support – who collaborate to support the system and its users.

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NMSU Library’s community outreach extends across southern New Mexico Woman standing in library.

With almost two million books and many more online resources available, conducting research might be an intimidating task for students. The New Mexico State University Library staff can help streamline the process so students and community members can find the resources they need.

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NMSU’s Physical Science Laboratory awarded new 10-year, $92.8 million contract Aerial photo of NMSU’s campus

New Mexico State University’s Physical Science Laboratory has been awarded a 10-year, $92,870,000 contact from the United States Department of Defense to support the information operations, vulnerability/survivability assessment and analysis program.

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NMSU Extension Seed to Supper program popular during COVID-19 Woman sitting with basket of vegetables.

The Seed to Supper program has sprouted enthusiasm for gardening throughout New Mexico during the pandemic.

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