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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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NMSU Professor Tom Dormody receives agricultural Senior Fellow Award Man and woman standing in front of a wall, holding a frame

Tom Dormody, Regents Professor in the Department of Agricultural and Extension Education at New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences was honored by the American Association for Agricultural Education as a Senior Fellow. The award was presented in May of 2017 at AAAE’s annual conference in San Luis Obispo, California. The award recognizes members of the association who have made exceptional contributions to their profession and who have more than 20 years of active service at the collegiate level.

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New NMSU Extension publication clarifies interstate commerce transportation regulation Horse being loaded into a trailer

The recent enforcement of a federal regulation regarding transporting animals across state lines for commerce has confused not-for-profit haulers including 4-H and FFA families.

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‘A Day as an NMSU College Student’ for Las Cruces fifth graders Students walking around campus

The entire fifth grade at Sonoma Elementary School in Las Cruces will be thinking about college soon – about 8 years early – when students from the elementary school spend a day at New Mexico State University on Friday, March 9.

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NMSU Career Services to host 14th annual Employment Extravaganza

New Mexico State University’s Career Services will host the 14th annual Employment Extravaganza Fair March 14. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Corbett Center, first floor on the NMSU campus.

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NMSU’s pecan conference to host regional speakers Pecan orchard

An update on the western pecan weevil insect, how farming is adapting to city standards and a discussion on the roots of pecan trees will be among the presentations at this year’s annual Western Pecan Growers Association conference and trade show March 4-6.

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NMSU project at Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center passes audit Man sprays a field of sunflowers

Making food safe is the goal for Cary C.S. Hamilton and his staff. Hamilton is the field research director for the Inter-Regional Research Project No. 4 at New Mexico State University’s Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center, where approximately 12 field trials are conducted every year.

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NMSU LAUNCH team leads commercialization effort with university-developed cardiac technology

There are a wealth of dynamic and industry-altering technologies emerging from New Mexico State University that are ripe for commercialization. Arrowhead Center’s LAUNCH program identifies and supports teams who can lead the way, to catalyze movement from university research to market and contribute to economic growth in the region.

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NMSU LAUNCH team leads commercialization effort with university-developed cardiac technology

There are a wealth of dynamic and industry-altering technologies emerging from New Mexico State University that are ripe for commercialization. Arrowhead Center’s LAUNCH program identifies and supports teams who can lead the way, to catalyze movement from university research to market and contribute to economic growth in the region.

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Participants needed for NMSU-based program for Hispanic mothers with cancer Group photo of women.

Conexiones, a cancer education program based at New Mexico State University, is looking for Hispanic mothers recently diagnosed with cancer to participate in a study that will help evaluate the program’s effectiveness.

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NMSU looks at water conservation: Artificial turfgrass versus real grass Ground view of project on baseball field

As a turfgrass specialist, New Mexico State University professor Bernd Leinauer is asked a lot of questions relating to artificial grass and whether it actually is a water- conserving alternative to real grass since that’s how it is marketed and portrayed to the public. So, he sought out the help of a Ph.D. engineering student and his mentor to ask the question, is artificial turf actually saving water compared to real grass?

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NMSU STEM Outreach Center makes positive economic impact on Doña Ana County Students in a classroom

The STEM Outreach Center at New Mexico State University has had an overall economic output of $15 million since 2009, generating more than 200 jobs and contributing positively to Doña Ana County, according to a recent in-depth research analysis study conducted by Leo Delgado, a doctoral candidate from NMSU’s Economic Development program.

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New ICAN coordinator joins NMSU Bernalillo County Extension office Three women sitting at a table, one in a flowery blouse

ALBUQUERQUE – Nutrition education is Lydia Montoya’s passion. She has spread the gospel of healthy eating near and far at every level of government agencies. She is now New Mexico State University’s Ideas for Cooking and Nutrition program coordinator in Bernalillo County.

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NMSU to host annual fruit tree pruning workshop at Alcalde on March 8 Man pruning an apple tree

ALCALDE – Spring is just around the corner, so it is time to prune fruit trees but some gardeners may not be sure how to prune. New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences has the answer.

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NMSU dance program to host Desert Spring dance concert Photo of dancers onstage.

Dance students at New Mexico State University, along with NMSU dance alumni, will be performing pieces choreographed by NMSU dance faculty during the Desert Spring dance concert next week.

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NMSU College of Business receives extension of accreditation from AACSB man standing in front of building

The business and accounting degree programs of New Mexico State University’s College of Business have received an extension of accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

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Ranchers invited to meet in Quay County with NMSU livestock production experts Woman standing with horse.

TUCUMCARI, N.M. – Agricultural producers will gather with New Mexico State University livestock experts Tuesday, Feb. 27, for presentations on cattle-related topics and a Ranchers’ Roundtable discussion of range livestock production at the Tucumcari Convention Center, 1500 Route 66 in Tucumcari.

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Film festival to honor Irene Oliver Lewis with Home Town Hero Award Head and shoulders of a woman

Throughout her career in theater arts, Irene Oliver Lewis has felt both her roots and her wings. After graduating from New Mexico State University, she participated in numerous theater productions throughout New Mexico and the U.S. More than 20 years and many accolades later, she came home to Las Cruces to give back to the community.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet March 6

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a regular meeting at 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 6, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building on the NMSU Las Cruces Campus.

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NMSU Tucumcari performance bull sale largest ever to include online auction March 10 White Charolais bull

TUCUMCARI – The largest offering of bulls in the history of the Tucumcari Performance Bull Test and Sale will be presented at the annual sale on Saturday, March 10.

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NMSU collaborating in Sustainable Bio-economy for Arid Regions project Man holding plant

Developing sustainable energy sources is a national quest of scientists in both the private industry and public university sector. Among these endeavors is the recently started Sustainable Bio-economy for Arid Regions project led by the University of Arizona.

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NMSU earns high marks in new, 10-year accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission Aerial view of New Mexico State University.

The Higher Learning Commission will continue to accredit New Mexico State University through the 2027-28 academic year. According to a letter sent to NMSU Chancellor Garrey Carruthers this week by the HLC, the university met all criteria for accreditation with no concerns.

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NMSU to host lecture on risks to democracy in US and around the world Head and shoulders of man wearing glasses

One of the most dangerous threats to democracy is the kind of political tribalism that divides people into factions according to a professor from Boston, who will give a lecture at New Mexico State from 4:45-5:45 p.m. Tuesday, March 6, in the Nick Franklin Seminar Room in Breland Hall, Room 179.

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NMSU facilities and services associate vice president to present research in Washington, D.C. Head and shoulders of a man

Glen Haubold, associate vice president of facilities and services at New Mexico State University, will travel to Washington, D.C., in August to present the results of a joint research project at the annual APPA: Leadership in Educational Facilities conference.

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NMSU researchers study growth of hawk population in Albuquerque

A student in New Mexico State University’s Biology Department recently published a paper in “Condor – Ornithological Applications,” an international scientific journal, about the population ecology of Cooper’s hawks in urban Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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NMSU professor receives award for advancing scientific psychology Man in a room with woman in front of a computer

Michael Hout is an assistant professor of psychology at New Mexico State University whose research is focused on what people see, the way they see it and why.

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New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute launches new website Website home page

New Mexico State University’s Water Resources Research Institute launched a new website, Center for the Development and Use of Alternative Water Supplies, in January 2018. It includes information about the collaborative partnership between NMSU and the Bureau of Reclamation that is administered by NM WRRI.

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NMSU professors to hold forum on “decolonizing education” Pencil drawing of eagle and condor

A criminal justice professor and an anthropology professor at New Mexico State University will host a series of public forums on “decolonizing education” and promoting ethnic studies in the NMSU and Las Cruces communities.

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