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Innoventure student entrepreneurs find ways to help their own communities

Many times, a successful business idea starts not with a product, but with a problem. Entrepreneurs often see a need in their community as an opportunity to put their problem-solving skills to work in creating something new.

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NMSU’s concrete canoe team earns first place at regionals, advances to nationals A group of men and women stand behind a canoe.

A concrete canoe would be considered an odd pairing to most people. For a group of New Mexico State University College of Engineering students, it poses a challenge they are eager to meet.

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NMSU Fire Department ranks among top 3 percent in nation Fire truck

The New Mexico State University Fire Department has upgraded its rating by the Insurance Services Office from a 3/3X to a 2/2X rating, which is among the top 3 percent in the country.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet May 11

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a regular meeting at 9 a.m. Friday, May 11, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building on the NMSU Las Cruces Campus.

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NMSU to recognize Transnational Solidarity Day with talks by activist, former political prisoner Woman holding a doll

New Mexico State University is hosting two powerful speakers on May 3 to raise awareness about the city’s third annual Transnational Solidarity Day.

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NMSU professor receives lifetime achievement award Two men and one is holding a plaque

After 25 years as a professor of geography at New Mexico State University and 35 years in the industry, Michael DeMers recently received the Wheeler Peak Lifetime Achievement Award for 2018.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center’s LAUNCH teams attracting industry attention Group of people holding a check

Have you ever had the inkling to glance into the future? The LAUNCH competition at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center might be as close as you can get – and industry is taking notice. Three of five teams from this year’s cohort are close to “sealing the deal” with industry partners, as well as filing provisional patents for groundbreaking work. At the LAUNCH reception April 19, the Prosthetic Sleeve Liner team secured a $20,000 award made possible by the Hunt Family Foundation.

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NMSU students receive archaeology scholarships Two women standing side by side

Three students in New Mexico State University’s Department of Anthropology recently received scholarships that cover the cost of tuition and fees, as well as books for classroom and field-based courses.

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NMSU Honors College hosts 23rd annual Research and Creative Arts Symposium

New Mexico State University’s Honors College will host its Undergraduate Research and Creative Arts Symposium Friday, April 27. URCAS is from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Corbett Center Student Union ballrooms on the third floor and is open to the public.

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NMSU graduate student researches New Mexico’s Rio Grande cutthroat trout decline Woman wearing sunglasses standing in stream of water

A popular sportfish might spell bad news for New Mexico’s state fish. The brown trout, which are not native to North America, are a threat to the New Mexico-native Rio Grande cutthroat trout.

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Annual Aggie Memorial ceremony to be held May 2 Logo of a candle.

In remembrance of the New Mexico State University students, employees and alumni who have died in the past year, NMSU will host a memorial ceremony at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 2, at the Spiritual Center. The ceremony is open to the public.

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NMSU mechanical engineering doctorate student awarded NSF research fellowship Woman’s head shot

Samantha Ceballes, a Ph.D. student at New Mexico State University, has received the 2018 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program award.

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NMSU geology professor studies C02 storage in rocks in Norway People sitting, crouching standing on large rocks

Carbon is considered the basic building block for all life on the planet and it occurs in large volumes on Earth where is cycles through the atmosphere, oceans, soils, and rocks. Most people are likely familiar with carbon storage in the atmosphere in the form of carbon dioxide gas (CO2). However, a large amount of CO2 is in fact stored in solid form in rocks that make up the outer layers of the Earth's crust.

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NMSU Model UN team earns honors for 12th year in a row Group of people at a table

New Mexico State University’s Model United Nations team won the Outstanding Delegation award at the 2018 National UN Conference in New York City March 24-29.

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NMSU Chancellor Carruthers named Citizen of Year Two men and a woman

The Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce selected Garrey Carruthers, chancellor of New Mexico State University, as its Citizen of the Year during a gala April 6.

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Anthony Aranda receives NMSU’s 2018 ‘A’ Mountain award A man gives a man a plaque

Five characteristics within a New Mexico State University staff member’s work lead to becoming the recipient of the “A” Mountain award: diversity and inclusion, accountability, excellence, discovery and engagement.

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NMSU to break ground on new dormitory April 27 Architectural rendering of buildings, trees and people walking around new residence hall south wing

New Mexico State University will host a groundbreaking ceremony for a new $21.5 million residence hall for students at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, April 27, at the site of the old Monagle Hall near NMSU’s Corbett Center.

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NMSU Board of Regents to interview chancellor candidates

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will meet in multiple closed executive sessions between April 23 and May 5 to interview candidates to be the university’s next chancellor. These meetings will be held in accordance with NMSA Section 10-15-1 H(2) of the NM Open Meetings Act and NMSA 1978, Section 21-1-16.1 (2011). No votes or official actions will be taken. The meetings will include:

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NMSU’s STEM TECH Lab receives major gift, new name Students work on computer.

The STEM TECH (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Test and Evaluation Collaboration Hub) Lab at New Mexico State University will be renamed the “Jack & MaryLou Davis STEM TECH Lab” Saturday, April 21, in honor of the couple’s recent $500,000 investment to enable the lab’s continued positive impact on area youth and create scholarships in the Colleges of Education and Engineering. The event begins at 11:30 a.m. in the atrium of O’Donnell Hall on the NMSU Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU’s art department open house puts students’ artistic talents on display Vase on a table with a background of flowers and shapes

New Mexico State University’s Department of Art will host a variety of activities at an open house from 5-8:30 p.m. Friday, April 27 and from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, April 28, ranging from exhibitions of students’ work along with art sales and art history lectures, workshops and demonstrations. All the activities are free and open to the public.

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NMSU College of Business to honor alumni, Carruthers at annual Hall of Fame banquet Man and woman

New Mexico State University’s College of Business will celebrate the contributions of alumni and industry during its annual Hall of Fame banquet beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, April 27, at the Las Cruces Convention Center.

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NMSU’s LGBT+ Program to wrap up Pride Season with last events Flyer

New Mexico State University’s LGBT+ Programs will be ending Pride Season for the spring semester with three events: Alianza of New Mexico, Pride Season Lunch and Rainbow Graduation.

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NMSU athletes qualify for College National Finals Rodeo A man in western attire ropes a steer’s hind legs.

Dust, strong winds and unusually cold weather swarmed through the final Grand Canyon region rodeo April 13-14. The New Mexico State University rodeo team brought its game faces to the last rodeo in Socorro, New Mexico, which determined the top three finalists who advance to the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming, in June.

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Musical traditions to be celebrated at NMSU’s fourth annual Founders Day Man and woman pointing at placard

New Mexico State University’s fourth annual Founders Day will be celebrated from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, April 20, at the Traders Plaza, south of the College of Business.

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NMSU to host screening of documentary about free speech repression in Egypt Poster of man holding a feather to a giant foot

The Communication Studies Department at New Mexico State University will screen a documentary titled “Tickling Giants” about a man known as the “Egyptian Jon Stewart” on Wednesday, April 25, in the Corbett Center Auditorium at 6 p.m. The screening is free and open to the public.

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NMSU to host New Mexico Indian Livestock Days in Albuquerque May 9-11

ALBUQUERQUE – Laguna native veterinarian Tolani Francisco will be the keynote speaker at the New Mexico Indian Livestock Days.

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NMSU announces schedule for chancellor candidate visits

New Mexico State University, and the greater Las Cruces community, will host the five finalists for NMSU’s next chancellor in the coming weeks. Each candidate will visit the area separately, meet with community stakeholders and tour campus between April 22 and May 5.

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Diverse dance styles to be featured during ‘Rhythm Nights’ at NMSU People dancing on stage

Two successful New Mexico State University dance companies will showcase their talented students during the “Rhythm Nights” dance concert April 20-21.

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NMSU, NMDA agricultural leaders gather input from Eastern New Mexico producers A man in a blue shirt

ROSWELL, N.M. – With topics ranging from the education of future agricultural leaders to agricultural projects that will be included in the general obligation bond in November, two New Mexico agricultural leaders gathered input March 28 from ag producers and lawmakers from Eastern New Mexico.

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NMSU student’s short film headed to Cannes Film Festival Two girls sitting on a wall near a pond

A “Good Night” is turning into a great opportunity for a group of New Mexico State University students. The short film written and directed by NMSU philosophy student Brandon T. Gass and starring NMSU students has been accepted into the Festival de Cannes Short Film Corner/Cannes Court Métrage.

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