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Still time to join 48-hour film challenge, NMSU students show how its done Head and shoulders of a woman

Think you can make a movie in 48 hours? So far, 47 teams with 68 filmmakers from Texas, New Mexico and Mexico have registered to try to make a short film as part of the Reimagining Borders 48-Hour Film Challenge between Feb. 26 and Feb. 28.

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Native Australian in Santa Fe explores future of education, community with help from NMSUs Studio G Man sitting on a patio next to a turquoise wooden table

The education model at all levels changed with the pandemic, especially when many people shifted to working at home while children attended virtual schools. A client of Arrowhead Centers Studio G in Santa Fe is looking at how changing education and community could become a sustainable business model.

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NMSU Labor Management Relations Board to meet March 1

The New Mexico State University Labor Management Relations Board will meet at 9 a.m. Monday, March 1. Due to 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://hr.nmsu.edu/labor/.

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NMSU Autism Diagnostic Center open for telehealth appointments Head and shoulders of a woman

While the pandemic has delayed the physical opening of the new Autism Diagnostic Center at New Mexico State University, the center is now offering telehealth services to children under 36 months old in need of a diagnostic evaluation for Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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Arrowhead Center at NMSU welcomes new Studio G director Woman standing outdoors

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University has named Brooke Montgomery as the director of its Studio G program, which serves 18 campuses throughout New Mexico and a site at University of Texas at El Paso.

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NMSU partners with SecureAmerica Institute for research, workforce development Aerial view of NMSU campus

New Mexico State University has joined the SecureAmerica Institute, a private-public partnership converging technology, economics and policy to enable a secure and resilient United States manufacturing and industrial base, as a founding member.

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NMSUs 30-year-old collection about Juarez murders brings researchers from around the world woman smiling in front of building

In the early 1990s, growing numbers of women were reported missing or found dead across the city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Decades later advocates have documented more than 2,000 women were murdered yet none of their killers have been identified or convicted, according to the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

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NMSU to host FSPCA preventative controls certification course Pond in front of a campus building

New Mexico State Universitys College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will host a Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance online training and certification course designed for food and beverage manufacturing industry professionals.

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NMSU collective hosts series to imagine a borderlands pluriversity Group of women

The New Mexico State University Borderlands and Ethnic Studies, Chicano Programs and the Deans Fellows of Equity, Inclusion and Diversity at the College of Arts and Sciences are hosting a dialogue series titled, "Imagining and Shaping Pluriversities: Land-based Indigenous Knowledges and Pedagogies of Resistance."

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NMSU researcher: COVID-19 information causing negative impacts on mental health Man sitting on bench.

New research from a New Mexico State University professor shows the vast quantity of COVID-19 information from mass media outlets is causing poor mental health outcomes such as anxiety and depression among Americans.

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Construction begins on NMSU, El Paso Electric solar project Construction vehicles drive on land.

Construction is now underway on a renewable energy project at New Mexico State Universitys Arrowhead Park that is projected to generate enough solar electricity to power about one-third of the universitys 900-acre Las Cruces campus by this fall.

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NMSU scientists collaborate on NSF COVID-19 research on Southwest bats Three masked people holding bats.

Can COVID-19 infect bats in the Southwest? How would that impact spread of the virus in humans? Those are among the questions two New Mexico State University professors and a researcher from the University Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine hope to answer with a $200,000 National Science Foundation Rapid Response Research grant.

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NMSU students named Great Minds in STEM scholars Head and shoulders of woman

Five students in the College of Arts and Sciences were honored as 2020 Great Minds in STEM Scholars and all received scholarships. The organizations vision is to become a national leader in keeping Americas technological workforce strong by promoting degrees and careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

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Virtual forums set for NMSU Vice President for Equity, Inclusion and Diversity finalists Aerial photo of the NMSU campus.

New Mexico State University has named four finalists for a new vice president position to lead initiatives in equity, diversity and inclusion. Online public forums with each candidate will begin Monday, Feb. 15.

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NMSU passport office reopens, expands hours Building profile photo

The Passport Acceptance Facility at New Mexico State University has reopened to the public with expanded hours.

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NMSUs Cooperative Extension Service to host virtual fruit grower workshop March 11-12 Tree branch of jujube fruit

The New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will host its annual fruit grower workshop virtually from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. March 11-12. The workshop, which will be presented on Zoom, is free but pre-registration is required.

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NMSU Cooperative Extension Service faculty to present COVID-19 stress webinar Pistol Pete statue wearing an NMSU face mask

A team of specialists and agents with the New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service will present a seven-week webinar series, Coping with COVID Burnout, offering strategies for managing chronic stress related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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NMSU receives NASA Early Stage Innovations grant Man sitting at a desk in front of a laptop.

New Mexico State University was selected to receive a NASA Early Stage Innovations grant to conduct game-changing space technology research. NMSUs proposal was one of 14 university-led research proposals chosen to receive up to $650,000 from NASAs Space Technology Research Grants program for up to three years.

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NMSU Chile Pepper Institute to host plant sale Friday Chile plants

The New Mexico State University Chile Pepper Institute will host a special plant sale in celebration of Valentines Day and Chinese New Year from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12, at the Fabian Garcia Science Center, 113 W. University Ave.

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NMSU Art Museum hosts free virtual retablo workshop in conjunction with new exhibit Graphic

The New Mexico State University Art Museum will host its first Spring 2021 virtual program in connection with their newest exhibition, Saint Joseph & The Laborers. The exhibit, curated by NMSU graduate student Courtney Uldrich, delves into the role of the laborer through the lens of Mexican retablo imagery. The exhibition will be on display in the Margie and Bobby Rankin Retablo Gallery by appointment from Feb. 20 through Nov. 6.

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NMSU Labor Management Relations Board to meet March 11

The New Mexico State University Labor Management Relations Board will gather for a meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 11. Due to 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://hr.nmsu.edu/labor/.

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NMSUs new financial literacy platform offers resources to money questions Laptop computer with a financial literacy website on the screen.

Whats the best way to pay for college and how to split expenses when living with a roommate are two financial questions many college students face. New Mexico State University launched a new platform during the spring 2021 semester to help them make informed decisions.

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NMSU researcher links pandemic to skyrocketing depression, anxiety rates Man sitting on bench.

A new study by a New Mexico State University researcher found that depression and anxiety rates in the United States have more than doubled among adults amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Film festivals virtual transition expands film offerings, community partnerships Graphic image of 2021 LCIFF

The virtual nature of this years Las Cruces International Film Festival is broadening the film experience, not only by increasing the number of films and access to movie-goers around the world, but also by adding partnerships with local businesses.

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Reimagining Borders 48-Hour Film Challenge part of Las Cruces film fest Logo for Las Cruces International Film Festival

Among many events planned in conjunction with the 2021 Las Cruces International Film Festival is an opportunity for anyone to make a movie in 48 hours between Feb. 26 and 28, then have it screened during the festival.

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NMSU custodial worker retires after eventful 45-year career Man wearing safety goggles standing outside

As a custodial worker at New Mexico State University, Alfredo Cadena has met university presidents, athletes, accomplished faculty and a U.S. president. But looking back on his 45-year career at NMSU, Cadena said his favorite aspect of his job was getting to know the campus buildings and leaving them as spotless as possible.

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Arrowhead Center at NMSU receives award in Lab to Market Competition Building profile photo

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University has been awarded $25,000 in the Lab-to-Market Inclusive Innovation Ecosystem Prize Competition, an award granted by the U.S. Small Business Administration and the National Science and Technology Council.

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NMSU Health Sciences Seminar Series kicks off Feb. 24 Portrait photo of Marian Neuhouser.

New Mexico State Universitys College of Health and Social Services is launching its new Health Sciences Seminar Series this month, bringing leading experts in the field to share innovative research and emerging information with the campus and community.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center, STTE Foundation announce 100 Day Challenge for middle, high school students Image of 100 Day Challenge competition logo

Middle and high school teachers and students in the Borderplex region: do you have a business idea that solves a problem? New Mexico State Universitys Hunt Center for Entrepreneurship at Arrowhead Center and El Pasos STTE Foundation want to hear those ideas and find the best.

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NMSU Center of Excellence, Tri-State, EPRI bring container farm to Grants campus A container farm

New Mexico State University is partnering with Tri-State Generation and Transmission to join the Electric Power Research Institutes National Demonstration and Monitoring of Indoor Food Production Facilities research project to explore indoor agriculture concepts.

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