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Arrowhead Innovation Fund invests in Santa Fe company that transforms cremains Woman holding a smooth white stone

A final hug. A hand clasped at a bedside. Touch is a cherished sense in our final memories with our loved ones. The company Parting Stone helps those who are grieving create a new way to mourn by turning the full amount of cremated remains into smooth, solidified stones that can be touched and held.

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NMSU science centers provide agricultural industry with research-based solutions Man talking to group with plants in foreground

New Mexico’s $3.17 billion agricultural industry is as diverse as the state’s environmental conditions.

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NMSU alum, M.D. Anderson cancer researcher creates scholarship Head and shoulders of a man

Raised in Las Cruces, the decision about where he could make the most impact with his giving was clear for Dr. Felipe Samaniego. He comes from a large family of many New Mexico State University graduates and his friends also attended NMSU.

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Eight graduating NMSU students honored with Outstanding Graduate awards Grouping of individual photos with NMSU Alumni Association logo

New Mexico State University has a tradition of providing undergraduate and graduate students with exceptional academic programs, highly respected faculty and nationally recognized research programs.

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NMSU researchers explore sustainable Southwest beef production Two cows with horns, two without horns

Sustainable beef production is a challenge in the semi-arid rangeland environments of the Southwest. Climate change may reduce the ability of these ecosystems to support herds of large-frame breeds that dominate the American cattle industry.

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Virtual New Mexico AMP Student Research Conference brings statewide audience Man on a video conference call.

Approximately 225 attendees were present for the 2020 Virtual New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation Student Research Conference. New Mexico State University hosted the event that included university and community college students and faculty; high school juniors, seniors; and advisers from Upward Bound and the New Mexico Math, Engineering, Science and Achievement program from throughout the state. The statewide event took place virtually Oct. 9.

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold regular meeting Dec. 2

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will hold a regular meeting at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 2. Due to the public health emergency mandates issued by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, the meeting will be available via webcast. In compliance with the Open Meetings Act, copies of the agenda will be made available at least 72 hours prior to the meeting and accessible on the public university website at https://regents.nmsu.edu/agenda/.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center’s economic studies show strengths in New Mexico counties Head and shoulders of a man

At New Mexico State University’s Economic Outlook Conference in February, economist Jim Peach forecast this year as an average year, with a typical economic growth of roughly two percent. But due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 became anything but average.

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NMSU Extension webinar presents stress coping tools to teenagers

Dealing with the pandemic’s new normal is as stressful for young people as it is for adults.

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NMSU Art Museum brings three new exhibits in January, workshop in December Detail image of migrant installation from Pasos Ajenos exhibit

The New Mexico State University Art Museum will kick off its Spring 2021 season with three new exhibits, “Sorry for the Mess,” “Pasos Ajenos,” and “Saint Joseph & The Laborers.”

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NMSU student selected to receive Google-CAHSI Dissertation Award Man sitting at a table with laptop

A New Mexico State University student whose doctoral research would allow visually impaired children to learn computer programming is among 11 people in the country to receive the Google-CAHSI Dissertation Award.

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NMSU doctoral students examine value of empathetic leadership Four headshots.

A new study by New Mexico State University researchers examines the value of empathetic leadership in the American retail sector amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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NMSU’s annual jewelry sale goes online Nov. 20 – Dec. 20 Model wearing earrings

The 38th annual New Mexico State University art department jewelry sale will look a little different this year. Instead of browsing pieces inside the NMSU bookstore coffee shop, you can purchase student created jewelry from the comfort of your couch. Beginning Friday, Nov. 20, you can browse earrings, rings, brooches and more on their website just in time for holiday giving. The sale will run through Saturday, Dec. 20

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Meza named NMSU’s Roberts Memorial Staff Award recipient

Every year the Stephen W. and Robert E. Roberts Memorial Staff Award is presented to a New Mexico State University staff member who demonstrated dedicated and outstanding service to the university. This year’s recipient is Alma Meza, an administrative assistant for the School of Teacher Preparation, Administration and Leadership in the College of Education.

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Arrowhead Center at NMSU announces Strategic Alliance Partnership with SBA Brown building with Arrowhead Center sign in front

New Mexico State University and Arrowhead Center have announced a Strategic Alliance Partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration in order to share resources that will strengthen and expand small development throughout New Mexico.

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WERC Environmental Design Contest at NMSU becomes a 2020 IEEE Conference Zoom video meeting

The 30th WERC Environmental Design Contest, sponsored by the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University, resulted in the publication of four team papers in conference proceedings by the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

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American Indian Business Enterprise Center, Studio G at NMSU host Virtual Entrepreneurial Conference Event logo

A state shutdown can’t stop a virtual conference, or the drive for entrepreneurs to learn more about building their business.

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NMSU’s new Family Outreach Home portal encourages engagement Screen shot of website on computer, tablet and cell phone screens

The New Mexico State University Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation staff believes student success is enhanced when family and support systems are involved in the campus experience. With a goal of communicating effectively and efficiently, Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation launched the Family Outreach Home portal, https://nmsu.campusesp.com, in mid-May.

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NMSU’s ‘Noche de Luminarias’ to return next year after 2020 hiatus Luminarias light up walking paths.

New Mexico State University’s annual luminaria display and winter festival at the Las Cruces campus, a tradition now known as “Noche de Luminarias” that began more than 30 years ago, will return in 2021, if public health conditions allow.

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NMSU begins orderly transition to online course delivery, reducing on-campus personnel Photo of NMSU logo reflected in window

Following the most recent public health order from the state of New Mexico, NMSU will begin an orderly transition to online course delivery, and provide increased opportunities for employees who do not need to be on campus to work from home.

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NMSU to host free plant telehealth clinic Nov. 30 A flyer

Students from the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University will host a free virtual plant diagnosis clinic for community members with plant health problems later this month.

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NMSU professor studies Madagascan lemur to revolutionize non-destructive testing methods man in white coat examining aye-aye lemur

Deep in the rainforests of Madagascar lives an endangered lemur whose unique evolution is paving the way to improve non-destructive testing on aging infrastructure and composite materials.

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NMSU extends 100 in October Challenge, lauds research pursuits Person walks on NMSU campus during the fall season.

While the COVID-19 pandemic has caused many challenges and uncertainties, New Mexico State University is supporting faculty, researchers, scholars and artists who are working on proposal development and writing during this time with the 100 in October Challenge. With an extended deadline of Nov. 30, the challenge offers an incentive of a $250 stipend and up to $1,000 in indirect cost from an award for each principal investigator or co-principal investigator who submits a proposal for research or creativity activity funding.

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Pistol Pete’s Six-Shooter Whiskey is nation’s first collegiate-licensed spirit Whiskey bottles lined up

New Mexico State University and Dry Point Distillers have launched Pistol Pete’s Six-Shooter, the first collegiate-licensed whiskey in the country. The whiskey will be available for purchase beginning Nov. 12 in and around Las Cruces. A portion of the proceeds will go to support NMSU’s more than 400 student-athletes.

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NMSU Extension agents receive honors at national conference Studio shot of woman in red blouse

It was a big year for New Mexico State University at the National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences annual conference, held virtually in September.

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Author Bill Aulet to speak during NMSU Arrowhead Center’s Global Entrepreneurship Week Event flyer

New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center will celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week Nov. 16-22 with various online events that include guest speaker Bill Aulet, a noted author and entrepreneur. All events are open to the public.

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NMSU, Los Alamos National Laboratory to collaborate on joint appointments Aerial view of NMSU campus

New Mexico State University and Los Alamos National Laboratory have signed a new institutional agreement to support joint appointments.

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NMSU professor’s book details what women protesters faced after the Egyptian Revolution Woman smiling

For 18 days in January 2011, millions of Egyptians protested and fought a brutal battle against state police demanding social justice, freedom and dignity. On Feb. 11, Egyptians celebrated the removal of a 30-year-old dictatorship supported by the United States. However, as protestors began to leave the public squares, counter-revolutionary state forces regrouped and forcefully began arresting and attacking protestors, including women.

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NMSU, Los Ranchos help connect hops farmers with craft brewing industry Two men carrying vines

Craft brewing is one of the fastest growing niche markets in New Mexico.

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NMSU regents to hold special meeting Nov. 10

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will hold a special meeting at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020. Due to the public health emergency issued by the governor, the meeting will take place online via Zoom at http://panopto.nmsu.edu/bor/.

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