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NM FAST entrepreneur works to combat fraud in the Native American art market through innovation, education Head and shoulders of a man

It’s not hard to call up images from memory or Google of New Mexico jewelry. Zia symbols, squash blossoms, Zuni needlepoint, thick waves of Navajo silverwork, and exquisite sterling and turquoise cabochons the size of ripe fruit abound. For decades, these iconic Native American cultural treasures have shaped the landscape of the state’s aesthetic and provided value to artists and buyers alike.

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Retired NMSU professor publishes photography book showcasing 25 years of the Organ Mountains Book cover

Dark clouds filled the sky of Las Cruces as a few sunrays managed to break through, turning the sky a soft yellow. As the sunrays also escaped over the Organ Mountains an almost perfect silhouette of the mountains’ “organ pipes” was created. Neighborhoods and part of the city can be seen along the base of the mountains capturing the start of a beautiful sunrise.

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NMSU’s Center for Community Analysis provides critical research for Doña Ana County Little girl (right) high-fives a woman sitting on a chair.

The Center for Community Analysis at New Mexico State University was established in 2016 through a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and is housed in the Office of Institutional Analysis on the NMSU campus. The CCA is charged with providing research and analysis for evidence-based decision making in Doña Ana County.

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NMSU hosts college rodeo in Las Cruces Saturday A woman in western attire races around a barrel in the barrel racing competition during a college rodeo.

The New Mexico State University rodeo will be at the Southern New Mexico Fairgrounds at 12125 Robert Larson Blvd., at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 31. Tickets cost $5, and NMSU students and children 13 and under get in free.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet March 28

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a closed executive meeting at noon Wednesday, March 28, at the Corbett Center Senate Gallery, Room 304, at NMSU’s Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU’s LGBT+ Program to host drag show Drag show flyer

New Mexico State University’s LGBT+ program will be hosting its pride season drag show at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, in the Corbett Center ballroom. The show is the biggest event hosted by the program and will feature both nationally and locally known performers.

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Registration open for first NM TransCon Conference to be held April 18-20

New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering will host the New Mexico Transportation and Construction Conference in collaboration with the New Mexico Department of Transportation, American Planning Association-New Mexico Chapter, New Mexico Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers, American Council of Engineering Companies New Mexico, Associated Contractors of New Mexico and Federal Highway Administration- New Mexico Division April 18-20.

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NMSU’s Chile Pepper Institute to hold annual plant sale Plants

New Mexico State University’s Chile Pepper Institute will be holding its annual plant sale March 26-29. The sale will be held at the Fabian Garcia Science Center, 113 W. University Ave., from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. while plants last.

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NMSU rodeo takes home three wins in Tucson, prepares for hometown rodeo A man rides a bucking horse in an arena.

New Mexico State University rodeo head coach Logan Corbett and his team headed west and competed at the University of Arizona’s rodeo March 17, in Tucson, Arizona. The team won three events, barrel racing, bull riding and bareback riding.

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NMSU chemistry alumna to give talk about using lasers to study materials Woman smiling

Heather D. Whitley, alumna of New Mexico State University’s Chemistry Department, will give a talk about how scientists use lasers to study materials on Tuesday, March 27, at 4 p.m. in Chemistry Building, Room 153.

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NMSU criminal justice honor society takes top awards at conference Girl holding up a piece of paper

New Mexico State University’s chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, a national criminal-justice honor society, won a number of awards at their national conference in New Orleans, Feb. 15-17, 2018.

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NMSU faculty publishes findings on research involving adolescent stress Three women posing on sleep device

Four faculty members at New Mexico State University have published findings of their study involving effective measures to remedy stress among adolescents.

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NMSU AFROTC to host exhibition People looking at a helicopter

The New Mexico State University Air Force ROTC detachment will host a military and law enforcement exhibition and recruiting event on Thursday, March 29, from 1–4:30 p.m. on Pride Field.

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NMSU interim associate provost emphasizes globalization, international partnerships Man seated with arms crossed

Relationship-building, global perspectives and international engagement are just three of the goals Rod McSherry has in mind as interim associate provost for International and Border Programs at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU to host Sunshine Week panel discussion on Spaceport America

In honor of Sunshine Week 2018, New Mexico State University will host a panel discussion, “Spaceport: Privacy vs. Protection,” at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, at Zuhl Library, third floor. The event is free and open to the public.

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Research Week celebrates research, creative accomplishments of NMSU community Women, who is seated, is working with lab tools.

A collaboration between New Mexico State University’s Graduate School, University Research Council and Graduate Student Council has created a new event to highlight the research and creative activities of students, faculty and staff. The first-ever Research Week at NMSU will be held April 2-6.

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Nepalese students to host annual international conference Large group standing outside, some holding a poster

New Mexico State University’s Nepalese Students' Association will hold its 10th annual international conference on March 31, titled “Transforming Lives Through Technology and Empowerment.”

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New Mexico 4-H ambassadors, diplomats take on new leadership roles Group of eight youth

Local, state and national leaders of tomorrow are being formed today through the 4-H Youth Development program in New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

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NMSU Cancer Outreach hosts first Boxer March: A Screen to Save event Photo of inflatable colon

The community is invited to attend Doña Ana County’s first Boxer March, a Screen to Save Initiative to increase colorectal cancer awareness and provide free colorectal cancer screening next week.

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NMSU names Luis Cifuentes as vice president for research Man dressed in dark suit and red tie.

New Mexico State University has selected Luis Cifuentes of Texas A&M University Corpus Christi as its next vice president for research. Cifuentes will start on July 1.

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NMSU Extension to host Home and Garden Expo in Los Lunas on April 6 Man in white shirt.

LOS LUNAS – Gardening is horticultural therapy for some people. Plants are non-judgmental, non-threatening and non-discriminating. They respond to the care given.

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NMSU Extension to host gopher management workshop in Rio Arriba County April 5

ESPANOLA – Gophers can be a major problem once they move into the neighborhood. Controlling them can be challenging, especially when they are numerous in an area and reinvade after being removed from an area.

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NMSU online public health masters program named among best in the nation Three women seated at a table

New Mexico State University has been named as having one of the best online Masters of Public Health degree program in the nation by Top Masters in Public Health Degrees, a national rankings website.

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Two NMSU programs collaborating in community garden projects Three women holding a flat of small plants

Give a person a nutritious meal and you will feed him for a day. Teach him about vegetable gardening you will feed him for life.

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Former NMSU students study mating habits of hummingbirds, parakeets A bird with a long beak

Two former New Mexico State University biology graduate students are currently publishing their dissertation research investigating how the selection of mates may have contributed to the development of sophisticated cognitive abilities in birds.

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NMSU’s rodeo team spurs its way to six average wins, an all-around champion A man lifts up a calf, preparing to tie its legs.

Through hot and dry 80-degree weather, the New Mexico State University rodeo team competed aggressively during a doubleheader rodeo weekend in Casa Grande, Arizona, March 10-11.

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NMSU to host jujube fruit tree growing habits, pruning workshop in Alcalde, Los Lunas Woman in purple vest with pruners

LOS LUNAS – Interest in raising the jujube as an alternative fruit crop continues to grow among New Mexicans because of crop reliability and its ability to adapt well to a wide range of soil pH levels and weather conditions.

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NMSU, NMDA agricultural leaders’ listening sessions begin in Roswell March 28 Two men sitting at a table, one with microphone.

New Mexico’s top agricultural leaders will be on the road again with stops in Roswell, Belen and Alamogordo for a second year of statewide listening sessions with agricultural producers.

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NMSU, industry partnership enhanced with new gift student holds surveying equipment

The New Mexico State University Foundation has received a two-year, $200,000 gift from PNM Resources Foundation to enhance the Geomatics program in the College of Engineering. The gift was a result of the New Mexico Professional Surveyors partnership to increase enrollment, and subsequently, the number of employable NMSU graduates for companies and services in need of professionally licensed surveyors in New Mexico.

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NMSU professor discovers answers about seismic shifts deep in the Earth Head and shoulders of woman in front of computer screen.

The largest and most-devastating earthquakes and volcano eruptions occur where one tectonic plate is shifted underneath another one. At these so-called subduction zones, the plates become “slabs” and sink into the Earth's mantle, a thick layer of hot and deformable viscous rock.

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