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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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NMSU’s Marketing and Communications Department wins two gold AVA Digital Awards A photo of two trophies and a certificate with a black background.

The New Mexico State University Marketing and Communications Department is off to a great year being awarded with two gold AVA Digital Awards for 2018.

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NMSU experts to present on ag topics at High Plains Crop and Livestock Symposium Man standing beside a horse

PORTALES – The Roosevelt County Cooperative Extension Service is partnering with area agricultural experts to present the first annual High Plains Crop and Livestock Symposium Thursday, Feb. 22.

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NMSU grad student to talk about Cameroon’s political system Head and shoulders of a man

A graduate student in New Mexico State University’s Department of Communication Studies will give a lecture on state repression and civilian radicalism in Cameroon from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, March 1 in room College of Health and Social Services Auditorium, Room 101A.

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Film festival workshop examines diversity, inclusion in entertainment industry Head and shoulders of a man wearing a suit

Cybill Shepherd will join a panel representing different areas in the entertainment industry to discuss “Diversity and Inclusion in Entertainment” from 2-3:30 p.m. Thursday, March 8 at the Corbett Center Auditorium at New Mexico State University. The panel is one of many events scheduled as part of the 2018 Las Cruces International Film Festival presented by NMSU, which runs March 7-11.

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NMSU receives federal grant to promote public health social work degree Three women at a table, one with NMSU shirt

New Mexico State University’s College of Health and Social Services has established an innovative project focused on the recruitment of students who reflect the cultural/ethnic and geographic diversity of communities across New Mexico and the United States southern border region.

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NMSU’s Extension Service plans workshop on large animal rescue techniques People standing around as horse mannequin is hoisted.

DEMING – Anything can happen when hauling livestock, including a trailer rollover. Law enforcement and emergency response personnel need to be ready to safely rescue animals that might be trapped in the trailer.

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‘Lord of the Rings’ star to appear at Las Cruces Film Festival in March Head and shoulders of a man

In offering a musical goodbye to Middle-earth, an epic journey spanning six films and well over a dozen years, “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” filmmakers turned to Billy Boyd.

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Community-wide reading event to begin at the end of February Head and shoulders of author

The Big Read Project is launching this month in Las Cruces. Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, the City of Las Cruces, the Associated Students of New Mexico State University and the NMSU Office of the Provost, The Big Read Project seeks to promote community-wide activities surrounding a chosen book.

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AgSprint Accelerator at NMSU’s Arrowhead Center announces open applications for 2018 Woman at a podium

Southern New Mexico is ripe with agripreneurs – agricultural entrepreneurs – of all varieties. AgSprint, part of the suite of accelerator programs at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, grows and supports new agtech startups as they blossom in the heart of the desert.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center offers free classroom materials to elementary teachers in NM

Just in time for National Entrepreneurship Week, which takes place Feb. 17 to 24, 2018, a new resource is available to elementary school teachers throughout New Mexico who want a fun and free way to introduce concepts of entrepreneurship and teamwork into their classrooms.

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NMSU chemical, materials engineering professor receives Fulbright Faculty award Woman stands in front of students, seated.

Jessica Houston, a New Mexico State University Chemical and Materials Engineering associate professor, has received a 2018-2019 Fulbright Faculty Fellowship award. The U.S. Department of State-sponsored award will fund a trip to Japan. The award is for about $43,000.

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Six NMSU civil engineering students awarded Eisenhower Fellowship Six men standing next to a sign.

Finding an avenue that allows graduate students more time to dedicate to their research is very important. The Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship, which was awarded to six New Mexico State University civil engineering graduate students, is one way to achieve that feat.

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NMSU professor, grounds manager work together to reduce amount of wasted water on campus Workers trenching holes into yards at student housing village.

A New Mexico State University agriculture professor and a grounds manager are teaming up to drastically reduce the amount of water that goes to waste with traditional sprinklers at student housing by installing a subsurface drip irrigation system.

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NMSU researchers receive mini-grants for interdisciplinary projects A group of people on the New Mexico State University Horseshoe.

Eight wide-ranging interdisciplinary projects by New Mexico State University researchers were awarded with Interdisciplinary IMPACT Mini-Grants in December.

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Arrowhead Center expands Studio G student incubator to UNM, five other institutions

Students at the University of New Mexico and five other higher education institutions around New Mexico can now access a vast network of business advising expertise, a customized entrepreneurship curriculum and new funding opportunities through Studio G, the successful student business accelerator at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center. Since 2013, Studio G has supported more than 700 student and alumni entrepreneurs and in 2017, Studio G ventures hired more than 180 people.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet Feb. 12

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special meeting at 1 p.m. Monday, Feb. 12, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building on the NMSU Las Cruces Campus.

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NMSU biology professor to present on effects of climate change on coral reefs a group of people posing with fish on ice

A Regents professor in New Mexico State University’s biology department will give a presentation on a trip she and several students took to Hawaii to study coral-reef conservation as part of the College of Arts and Sciences’ “Global Connections” series.

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NMSU to host VEX Robotic Competition Saturday

WHAT: VEX Robotic Competition

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NMSU, NM EDGE celebrates milestone in certified public official program Large group of people in white, black and turquoise shirts

SANTA FE – The New Mexico EDGE graduation ceremony at the New Mexico Association of Counties’ Legislative Conference on Jan. 18 marked a milestone for the nationally accredited program administered by New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service.

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

ROSWELL, N.M. – Agricultural producers will gather with New Mexico State University livestock experts Wednesday, Feb. 14, for a Ranchers’ Roundtable discussion of range livestock production at the Chaves County Farm and Livestock Bureau Building, 2500 Southeast Main Street (at the Eastern New Mexico State Fairgrounds).

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NMSU professor to study mental health of Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico Photo of two women

On Sept. 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria ravaged the island of Puerto Rico, becoming one of the worst natural disasters to ever hit the U.S territory. Not only did it destroy homes and infrastructure, it killed off most of the island’s agricultural industry and worsened its debt crisis.

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NMSU named 2017 Bicycle Friendly University by League of American Bicyclists

New Mexico State University has been named among 2017’s most bicycle-friendly universities by the League of American Bicyclists, a national organization that focuses on creating a bicycle-friendly America.

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NMSU joins 15 universities from across the globe for Invent for the Planet, 48-hour design challenge

On Feb. 16-18, New Mexico State University will join Texas A&M, Arizona State University and 11 other universities from around the globe in the first-ever Invent for the Planet design challenge.

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