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NMSU doctoral students develop guide for coping with self-isolation Group photo

What was originally a way to say farewell to members of a New Mexico State University Counseling and Educational Psychology group counseling practicum has turned into a helpful guide for people still trying to cope with the mental effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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NMSU to offer NM PREP Virtual in July

With COVID-19 impacting the New Mexico State University College of Engineering on-campus summer programs, college officials decided to offer a new program, NM PREP Virtual in July, for middle school and high school students.

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NMSU regents approve preliminary budget with summer revisions expected

In its regular meeting Thursday, the Board of Regents of the New Mexico State University system approved a systemwide operating budget of roughly $620 million for the coming fiscal year, a 5.7 percent increase over the current year. They also acknowledged the expectation that the budget will be revised later this summer, following a likely special session of the New Mexico Legislature, which may reduce planned appropriations from the state.

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NMSU names Laura Bittner as interim department head of 4-H Youth Development Woman in black and white blouse shaking a boy’s hand

Laura Bittner has a passion for providing youth development programming to all New Mexicans.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center, DACC collaborate to help graphic design students grow Group photo

A collaboration between creative colleagues at two of the New Mexico State University system’s campuses has led to a productive internship program that has helped launch the graphic design careers of more than a dozen students over five years.

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NMSU undergraduate research symposium goes online, celebrates student achievement Event poster

For the first time in its 25-year history, the New Mexico State University Undergraduate Research and Creative Arts Symposium has gone virtual.

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NMSU conducting variety trial of table grapes at three agricultural science centers Person with face mask planting vine

New Mexicans have been growing wine grapes since 1629, when Spanish monks planted vines in the Rio Grande valley near present day Socorro. Through the centuries, viticulturists have demonstrated that the state’s semi-arid climate and plentiful sunshine can be ideal for vineyards.

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Study involving Master Gardeners, cancer survivors goes virtual due to pandemic Gardening planter

More than a year ago, New Mexico State University was contacted by the University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center for a research study partnership. The study would pair cancer survivors who had completed their primary cancer treatment with local Extension Master Gardeners. The “Survivor-Master Gardener” team would work together to plan, plant, maintain and harvest three seasonal gardens at the survivor’s home.

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Campos to take helm of NMSU’s facility operations Headshot of a man.

New Mexico State University has named Luis Campos as its new associate vice president for Facilities and Services. Campos, who has more than 30 years’ experience in facilities management, starts his new role on May 18, overseeing facility operations across the NMSU system.

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NMSU to continue Dream Keepers summer experience with virtual format Poster for Dream Keepers Online

While COVID-19 has had an unprecedented impact on citizens around the world, New Mexico State University’s Indian Resources Development has found a way to continue its Dream Keepers summer camp. The 2020 program for Native American high school students in New Mexico entering 10th through 12th grades will be a six-week virtual camp.

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NMSU’s spring graduates prepare for virtual commencement ceremony Graduates in caps and gowns

New Mexico State University’s spring commencement is going to look a little different this year. Instead of graduates hearing their name being called, walking across the stage at the Pan American Center in their caps and gowns to accept their degrees and celebrating with endless pictures with their friends and families, they will be walking across their living room and celebrating with friends and family over video calls.

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NMSU Extension Master Gardeners share tomato plants with community Two women beside a white truck

ALBUQUERQUE - It may sound like a trick question: What do you do with 2,000 tomato plants when an in-person fundraiser sale is cancelled?

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NMSU community comes together to give back during COVID-19 pandemic Two women standing in front of a building

New Mexico State University system faculty, staff and students have come together to lend a helping hand to the community during the coronavirus pandemic. Outreach efforts across the university system have provided many types of assistance, such as food for the homeless, groceries for the vulnerable, personal protective equipment for area healthcare professionals and more.

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NMSU Golf Course reopens to the public with specific restrictions Man, with mask stands in front of golf carts

After closing golf operations March 24 due to COVID-19, the New Mexico State University Golf Course has reopened with specific restrictions.

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NMSU team earns second-place district finish in national Solar District Cup Graphic with competition results

A student team from New Mexico State University was awarded a second-place finish in the United States Department of Energy’s Solar District Cup Collegiate Design Competition April 27.

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Learn how to manage stress with the help of NMSU Cooperative Extension Service

This month, specialists and agents with New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service will host an online workshop series to teach participants how to manage stress and stay healthy in the face of today’s challenges.

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NMSU study finds cover crops can improve soil health Man talking to people.

A five-year study by a New Mexico State University researcher found that integrating cover crops, such as legumes and grasses, into existing cropping systems can increase the biological health of soils on hot and dry semiarid lands.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center partners with City of Las Cruces to spotlight local businesses A man and a woman kneeling in front of a colorful mural

Area business owners using new strategies to find customers during the COVID-19 pandemic are being featured in a program by New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center and the City of Las Cruces that will help shine a light on local businesses.

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NMSU collaborates in webinar on food safety risk assessment for farmers Man sitting at computer with presentation screen behind him

In response to the uncertainty of how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact farmers’ markets this summer, New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service continues to work with growers to help them qualify for various market opportunities.

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NMSU Library to create COVID-19 archive, seeking community submissions College campus without any people

COVID-19 has impacted people’s lives worldwide, and New Mexico State University Library Archives and Special Collections is interested in documenting those changes for the local community in real time.

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NMSU to host a ‘Pandemic Pop Up!’ virtual film festival Film poster featuring a glass window

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has encouraged many to find creative ways to foster togetherness and social being. Two New Mexico State University gender and sexuality studies faculty members came up with the idea to share films of the Feminist Border Arts Film Festival through a virtual event May 8-10.

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NMSU Career Services offers workshops on job hunting during COVID-19 pandemic Title page for PowerPoint

Navigating the job market while in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic is no easy task, which is why New Mexico State University’s Career Services is hosting virtual workshops to help students job hunt during this new normal.

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NMSU experts offer tips to keep immune system in check, avoid weight gain during COVID-19 Photo of snack foods.

These days, many people are staying safe at home in self-quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic, taking advantage of entertainment-streaming apps and indulging in comfort foods in times of stress.

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NMSU regents to hold regular meeting May 14

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will hold a regular meeting at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, May 14. Due to public health emergency mandates issued by New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, the meeting will be webcast only. In compliance with the Open Meetings Act, copies of the agenda will be made available at least 72 hours prior to the meeting and accessible on the public university website at https://regents.nmsu.edu/agenda/.

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NMSU to present first “digital” MFA student thesis exhibition

The New Mexico State University Art Museum will present “Raphael Benero: 2020 MFA Thesis Exhibition,” featuring the work of master of fine arts candidate Raphael Benero. Benero’s exhibition invites viewers to engage in sculptures that replicate childhood objects as he navigates being part of two cultures as a Mexican-American. The digital exhibition will open on May 8. Benero is expected to graduate with his Master of Fine Arts degree on May 16.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center offers free webinar series to help businesses get online Logo

New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center will offer a free webinar series for businesses needing to promote themselves online during the COVID-19 crisis.

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NMSU Alumni Association to honor outstanding spring graduates Grid of eight portraits

The New Mexico State University Alumni Association has selected eight students set to graduate this spring for its top honor, the Outstanding Graduate Award. Selected for the Spring 2020 award are:

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NMSU Extension publication provides information about domestic livestock disease Man with horse

Black flies are always bothersome around livestock animals. This year their presence is even more troublesome because of their transmission of vesicular stomatitis virus.

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NMSU ICAN nutrition educators get creative reaching New Mexican families Two computer monitors

More than 100,000 low-income New Mexico residents receive free hands-on nutrition education each year from New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service.

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NMSU System strategic CFO named president of regional business officers’ organization Portrait of woman in black sweater

New Mexico State University system Vice Chancellor and Strategic Chief Financial Officer Ruth A. Johnston has been named president of the Western Association of College and University Business Officers (WACUBO), a professional development and networking organization for university business leaders.

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