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NMSU students spend summer working for Google, MIT Woman standing with buildings in the background

Three New Mexico State University students are back in Las Cruces after a summer filled with great learning opportunities at their summer internships.

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A rare glimpse of audio history open to the public at NMSU’s Klipsch Museum Man standing behind an award.

Audiophiles may well be familiar with Klipsch speakers, which were legendary in their time based on the remarkable engineering performed by New Mexico State University alumnus Paul Wilbur Klipsch. A museum dedicated to Klipsch will be open to the public on Friday, Oct. 27 from 1 to 3 p.m. Tours will be led by electrical and computer engineering professors Steven Sandoval and Chuck Creusere. It is open to the public and is free.

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NMSU receives grant for integrated pest management education, research Garden with fence in foreground

LOS LUNAS – With increased awareness that misuse of synthetic pesticides are a health risk, the implementation of integrated pest management has increased. Despite the fact that research demonstrates the benefit of IPM, widespread adoption of the practice in urban and agricultural systems is still lacking in New Mexico.

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NMSU College of Education dean to speak at NAACP state convention Man’s head and shoulders

Don Pope-Davis, dean of the College of Education at New Mexico State University, will be the keynote speaker at the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People state convention banquet hosted by the NAACP’s Doña Ana County chapter.

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NMSU mechanical, aerospace department head receives National Science Foundation award Man’s head shot

Ruey-Hung Chen, mechanical and aerospace engineering department head in New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering, has received a National Science Foundation award for $352,524.

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NMSU Kinesiology and Dance to host two events to benefit student travel, Toys for Tots People dancing

The Department of Kinesiology and Dance at New Mexico State University will host two events next month that will help fund student travel and support for Toys for Tots.

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NMSU art students create one-of-a-kind jewelry for sale Woman hand stamping a piece of metal

Jewelry and metalsmithing students in the New Mexico State University Department of Art will host their 35th Annual Jewelry Sale from 7 a.m.–8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 30 in the lobby of D. W. Williams Hall, 1390 E. University, next to Barnes and Noble.

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LAUNCH accelerator at NMSU Arrowhead Center now accepting applicants

Applications are now open for LAUNCH, a technology accelerator program at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center. During the four-month accelerator program, entrepreneurs and businesses work toward licensing NMSU inventions and compete for seed funding and prizes in a culminating LAUNCH Day event. Mentorship, valuable business expertise, guidance from subject matter experts, and research support are cornerstones of Arrowhead’s longest running, deep-dive accelerator program. Application deadline is Nov. 3, 2017.

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Entomology, Plant Pathology and Weed Science department to hold 5th annual movie night People standing in line

On Friday, Oct. 20, the Department of Entomology, Plant Pathology and Weed Science at New Mexico State University will have a free movie night at 6 p.m., in the Gerald Thomas Hall Auditorium, Room 194. The EPPWS department from the College of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences, will be screening “I am Legend,” and will be providing candy, popcorn, and prizes. The movie night is free and open to the public.

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NMSU Languages Department to hold French film festival

The Department of Languages and Linguistics at New Mexico State University will hold a French film festival comprised of six films, which will be shown between Monday, Oct. 30 and Tuesday, Nov. 7.

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NMSU alumna named assistant vice president for human resource services Woman’s head and shoulders

Gena Jones, an alumna of New Mexico State University, has been named the university’s assistant vice president for human resource services, bringing more than 24 years of human resource experience to NMSU.

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AG Day event combines farm animals, local food, fun before NMSU Homecoming game Oct. 28

For the fifth year in a row, the Agriculture Day event is bringing family-friendly fun to Las Cruces Oct. 28 prior to the New Mexico State University Homecoming football game. You’ll find farm animals, games, prizes and samples of local food together at a completely free event.

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NMSU to host ‘Languages and Cultures Day’

All area middle- and high-school students are invited to attend the fifth-annual “Languages and Cultures Day,” from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, on the first floor of New Mexico State University’s Breland Hall.

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Rodeo team wraps up season with four event wins, all-around champion A woman dressed in western attire lifts a goat up to tie down.

Last weekend the New Mexico State University rodeo team headed north for the Mesalands college rodeo in Tucumcari.

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NMSU Homecoming celebration honors alumni who make an impact

The New Mexico State University Alumni Association will honor its 2017 Distinguished Alumni and James F. Cole Award for Service recipients during a special dinner that’s part of the weeklong Homecoming 2017 celebration this month.

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Memorial concert at NMSU to honor local hero, Tuskegee Airman Williams a man stands next to a building

On Saturday, Oct. 21, at 2 p.m. a memorial concert honoring a fallen local hero, who passed away Nov. 23, 2016, will be held in the Corbett Center auditorium on the New Mexico State University campus.

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NMSU faculty member named diversity program scholar Woman’s headshot

Karen Trujillo, a member of the research faculty in the College of Education at New Mexico State University, was recently named among 20 scholars in the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Leaders in Equitable Evaluation and Diversity, or LEEAD, program.

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NMSU to host Southwest Conference on Campus Sexual Violence in November

New Mexico State University will host the Southwest Conference on Campus Sexual Violence from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 2 at the Dona Ana Community College East Mesa campus, 2800 Sonoma Ranch Blvd.

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NMSU alumnus, internationally renowned fertility researcher to speak to students, community Man’s body from waist up wearing a suit, standing in a field

Klaus Wiemer, an alumnus of New Mexico State University and internationally renowned and award-winning researcher in fertility and embryology, will visit campus next week and speak to faculty, staff, students and members of the Las Cruces community.

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NMSU named to 2017 Center for World University Rankings

New Mexico State University has been ranked in the top 2.3 percent of institutions of higher education worldwide according to the 2017 Center for World University Rankings list. With more than 27,000 degree-granting institutions of higher education worldwide evaluated, NMSU ranked 620th this year.

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NMSU students restore Milton statue, learn skills students on ladders putting restoring statue

A group of students in New Mexico State University’s Art Department recently restored a statue of former NMSU president Hugh Milton.

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Aggie Shark Tank event returns during NMSU Homecoming week celebration Aggie Shark Tank canvas

Arrowhead Center, the entrepreneurship and innovation hub at New Mexico State University, will host its fourth Aggie Shark Tank event from 4–6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, at the NMSU Music Center’s Atkinson Recital Hall during NMSU’s weeklong Homecoming celebration. Aggie Shark Tank is free to attend and registration is available online at sharktank.nmsu.edu. A reception will follow the event.

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Ranchers invited to meet in Guadalupe County with NMSU livestock production experts Man standing with cattle.

SANTA ROSA, N.M. – Agricultural experts and producers will gather Wednesday, Oct. 18, for a Ranchers’ Roundtable discussion of range livestock production at the Blue Hole Convention Center, 1085 Blue Hole Road.

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NMSU College of Education to host screening of documentary ‘Backpack Full of Cash’ Group photo

Two documentary filmmakers will visit New Mexico State University next week to screen their acclaimed film, “Backpack Full of Cash,” narrated by Oscar-winning actor Matt Damon.

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NMSU breaks ground on hotel near convention center Man speaking to group of people

Officials gathered Oct. 12 to break ground for a long-discussed hotel project at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU Regents to hold listening sessions across the state in preparation for chancellor search

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will conduct a series listening sessions in communities across New Mexico to seek input from university employees, alumni, supporters, community members and other stakeholders regarding the search for the university’s next chancellor.

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Performance at NMSU to commemorate anniversary of Japanese internment during WWII Woman pointing to a sign on her porch that reads “Japs Keep Moving- this is a White Man’s Neighborhood.”

The New Mexico State University Department of History will host a multimedia performance commemorating the 75th anniversary of the signing of the executive order that authorized the incarceration of 120,000 people of Japanese descent in America during World War II.

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NMSU’s Employee Council to host annual picnic Oct. 19 People sit at tables during a picnic.

Employee Council at New Mexico State University is sponsoring a free picnic lunch for all faculty and staff members for the seventh year. The annual Employee Appreciation Picnic will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, at Preciado Park on the NMSU campus. The park is adjacent to O’Donnell Hall at the corner of Gregg Street and Williams Avenue.

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Arrowhead Center receives grant for entrepreneurship education

Arrowhead Center, the entrepreneurship and innovation hub at New Mexico State University, has received a new two-year grant to support entrepreneurship education in New Mexico. The NMSU Foundation was awarded $350,000 from the Colorado-based Daniels Fund to support programming at Arrowhead Center.

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NMSU library hosts patent, trademark public learning session

Entrepreneurs, innovators and any others interested in intellectual property will have a unique opportunity on Tuesday, Oct. 17 when patent and trademark experts deliver a comprehensive public learning session at New Mexico State University. NMSU Library is the Patent and Trademark Resource Center for New Mexico.

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