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Former NMSU students study mating habits of hummingbirds, parakeets A bird with a long beak

Two former New Mexico State University biology graduate students are currently publishing their dissertation research investigating how the selection of mates may have contributed to the development of sophisticated cognitive abilities in birds.

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NMSU’s rodeo team spurs its way to six average wins, an all-around champion A man lifts up a calf, preparing to tie its legs.

Through hot and dry 80-degree weather, the New Mexico State University rodeo team competed aggressively during a doubleheader rodeo weekend in Casa Grande, Arizona, March 10-11.

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NMSU to host jujube fruit tree growing habits, pruning workshop in Alcalde, Los Lunas Woman in purple vest with pruners

LOS LUNAS – Interest in raising the jujube as an alternative fruit crop continues to grow among New Mexicans because of crop reliability and its ability to adapt well to a wide range of soil pH levels and weather conditions.

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NMSU, NMDA agricultural leaders’ listening sessions begin in Roswell March 28 Two men sitting at a table, one with microphone.

New Mexico’s top agricultural leaders will be on the road again with stops in Roswell, Belen and Alamogordo for a second year of statewide listening sessions with agricultural producers.

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NMSU, industry partnership enhanced with new gift student holds surveying equipment

The New Mexico State University Foundation has received a two-year, $200,000 gift from PNM Resources Foundation to enhance the Geomatics program in the College of Engineering. The gift was a result of the New Mexico Professional Surveyors partnership to increase enrollment, and subsequently, the number of employable NMSU graduates for companies and services in need of professionally licensed surveyors in New Mexico.

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NMSU professor discovers answers about seismic shifts deep in the Earth Head and shoulders of woman in front of computer screen.

The largest and most-devastating earthquakes and volcano eruptions occur where one tectonic plate is shifted underneath another one. At these so-called subduction zones, the plates become “slabs” and sink into the Earth's mantle, a thick layer of hot and deformable viscous rock.

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NMSU Career Services to host 44th annual job fair for educators Signs outside of job fair.

New Mexico State University Career Services will hold its 44th annual Educators’ Job Fair from 1 to 6 p.m. Monday, April 23, at the Corbett Center Student Union Ballrooms on the third floor.

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NMSU professor awarded inaugural Hispanic Heritage award Headshot of professor

Anna López, a New Mexico State University Counseling and Educational Psychology assistant professor, was recently honored by the Hispanic Faculty and Staff Caucus of NMSU with the María Gutiérrez-Spencer Hispanic Heritage Award. López is being recognized as an outstanding faculty member who has made highly significant contributions to the university and the surrounding community.

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NMSU PREP Academy accepting applications

The Engineering New Mexico Resource Network in the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University is accepting applications for the 2018 New Mexico PREP Academy.

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NMSU video art exhibit examines border zones, water insecurity and other issues Woman on a stage

Twelve short video art pieces will be on display at the University Art Gallery at New Mexico State University as part of the one-day exhibit “Border Zones and Liminal Bodies: A Video Art Exhibition.” The show will be presented from 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Monday, March 12 at the University Art Gallery, 1390 E. University Avenue.

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NMSU alumnus releases fantasy trilogy based in NM Book cover of “Dream Traveler”

A New Mexico State University alumnus has released a trilogy of books with the help of students in NMSU’s English Department.

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NMSU civil engineer wins national leadership fellowship for water research A woman with two students

Environmental Engineering Associate Professor Pei Xu has been at New Mexico State University for just five years, but she is already earning accolades in the national arena for her research on the development of alternative water supplies. In late February, Xu was named an American Association for the Advancement of Science Alan I. Leshner Leadership Institute Public Engagement Fellow.

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The 14th annual J. Paul Taylor Social Justice Symposium focuses beyond walls, borders Man in a suit speaking with a woman

"Indivisible Justice Beyond Walls & Borders” is the theme of the 2018 J. Paul Taylor Social Justice Symposium. On Thursday, March 15, the symposium will include a full day of discussions, films and events at the ASNMSU Center for the Arts, 1000 E. University.

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Four athletes ride their way to the top at first college rodeo A man wrestles a steer during a college rodeo.

Through cold nights, dusty winds and dirty faces, the New Mexico State University rodeo team competed aggressively at the first college rodeo of the spring 2018 season in Fort Huachuca, Arizona, March 3-4.

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New discovery system at NMSU library aids students, faculty, community

With the vast amount of information available with a click of a mouse, the New Mexico State University Library has implemented a new system to help students, faculty, staff and researchers from the community. The new discovery system, which is called Primo, went live in December.

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NMSU nursing scholarship for students in critical need An owl pin with a quote from a book.

It’s been five years since a daughter, soon to earn her doctorate, asked her mother to do the honors of “hooding” her. It’s been five years since a student learned she received a prominent scholarship with the help of her professor. And, it’s been five years since that mother and professor’s life was cut short.

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold multiple meetings March 6

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold multiple meetings Tuesday, March 6, at NMSU's Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU to host lecture on confronting urban Native American food challenges Flyer of event

New Mexico State University’s Honor College in conjunction with the American Indian Program will welcome Michele Companion, a sociology professor at the University of Colorado – Colorado Springs, to campus at 3:30 p.m. Monday, March 5, for Taking Root: Confronting Urban Native American Food Challenges Through Empowerment and Community.

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NMSU Extension conducting survey on cattlemen’s bull management Cattle being driven by lone rider.

Bovine trichomoniasis is endangering New Mexico $895 million cattle industry. It can impact a herd’s annual calving rate and even destroy a cattle producer’s genetic herd. Controlling sexually transmitted trich requires awareness and vigilance on the part of the rancher.

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Time to apply for NMSU’s New Mexico Youth Ranch Management Camp Man and three girls

For 6 years teenagers have learned the science behind ranching at the New Mexico Youth Ranch Management Camp conducted by New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

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