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NMSU Hotline — December 19, 2017

Three NMSU Extension agents study ways to reach under-served population

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Since the beginning of the land-grant university Cooperative Extension Service in 1914, rural, urban and suburban citizens have received research-based information to improve their lives. For example, Extension agents have helped farmers and ranchers achieve greater success, improved the health and wellness of families, and prepared youth to become future leaders.

New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences administers the state’s Cooperative Extension Service in every county and continues to strive for excellence in serving its communities.

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Campus Announcements

Aggie Health & Wellness Center closed today

The Aggie Health & Wellness Center (AHWC) is closed today for staff training and meetings. If you have a medical emergency please call 911 or go to a local emergency room. The AHWC will reopen at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 20.

Facilities and Services Customer Service front desk will close for holiday luncheon today

NMSU Facilities and Services front desk will close from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. today for our holiday luncheon.

The NMSU Central Utility Plant will be available to take phone calls. Please call 575-646-7114 for assistance. Thank you and happy holidays to all.




Chihuahuas to close Wednesday and Thursday of this week

Due to a last-minute change in a maintenance schedule, Chihuahuas Restaurant in Frenger Food Court will close for the Winter Holiday beginning Wednesday, Dec. 20, and not reopen until Tuesday, Jan. 2. Mix Pacific Rim will remain open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. this week for your dining convenience before closing for the Winter Holiday on Friday, Dec. 22.

A complete list of Winter Break hours is available at https://dining.nmsu.edu/hours/ and on the Dining tab of the NMSU INISDER mobile app available free of charge at https://aux.nmsu.edu/app/.




Aggie football wants you to make a STATEment

After 57 years, NM State will play in its first bowl game since 1960. The record-breaking season has recently made NMSU a national name across various news outlets. Head coach Doug Martin, as well as the entire football team and staff, know this national spotlight is attracting new eyes from onlooking, prospective recruits. The team launched an online fundraiser in partnership with the NMSU Foundation for the Football Success Fund. Partner with the team to recruit more talented student-athletes and continue building this program. Your investment of any amount online at https://makeastatement.nmsu.edu celebrates this team's success and builds momentum for teams of the future.

Contact Adrian Bautista at fadrianb@nmsu.edu or 575-646-2552 for more information.

You could be the next contestant on The Price is Right!

The Price is Right Live! Stage Show is coming to the NMSU Pan American Center on Jan. 22, where you can play the same games and win the same prizes as the hit CBS television show. If you’d like a chance to be in the audience for free, we have four easy ways to win a pair of tickets this week.

Three of the ways to win will take place on Facebook Thursday, Dec. 21. Simply select going or interested at https://www.facebook.com/events/1500735809991681/ and you’ll automatically be registered to win a pair of tickets. We will draw one winner from each category, so it won’t matter which selection you choose. In addition, we’ll select one winner of two tickets from those Facebook accounts identified as invited, so you can double you chances of winning by inviting the person you want to take with you. Of course, that winner will have sole discretion of who they actually take with them.

The final pair of tickets will be given away to a random Twitter user who retweets the NMSU INSIDER Tweet at https://twitter.com/NMSUinsider/status/942874130398953472. The drawing for the Twitter contest will also be on Dec. 21, in case winners choose to gift the tickets for the holidays.

Good luck to everyone and happy holidays. Please contact auxservices@nmsu.edu for more information.



Sign your kids up now for a Winter Junior Golf Program

The NMSU Golf Course in Las Cruces will begin its Winter Junior Golf Programs Jan. 7.

The Forward Tees program introduces kids to the game and teaches the basic fundamentals established to withstand longevity. This program is eight weeks long and will be held Sundays from 1 to 2 p.m. The cost is $80 per junior and covers the entire eight-week period.

The Elite Tees program meets for instruction from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays and playtime 4 to 6 p.m. Sundays. The cost per junior is $200 and covers the entire eight-week program.

To reserve a spot for your child, please contact John Lynch, PGA, at 575-646-1445 or jlynch1@nmsu.edu.


DACC Creative Media special topics offered this spring

This spring, DACC is offering Creative Media Special Topics, Adobe After Effects and Digital Audio Fundamentals.

Adobe After Effects, CMT 255 D01, will be offered from 12 to 3:30 p.m. Fridays.

Ever wonder how to take your production value to the next level? Whether it is presenting your videos with professional quality motion graphics, custom titles and animations, to creating complex visual effects to rival those of Hollywood, Adobe After Effects can help you. This class will teach you how to plan and complete projects that will prove Adobe After Effects is a key tool in your post-production pipeline. Beginners and experts welcome. For more information visit https://banner.nmsu.edu/pban/bwckschd.p_disp_listcrse?term_in=201810&subj_in=CMT&crse_in=255&crn_in=32034.

Digital Audio Fundamentals, CMT 255 D02 DA 3.000 Special Topics: Digital Audio Fundamentals, will be offered from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays.

Want to dominate the world of audio production? In this class we will look at the ins and outs of audio and recording for use in media production. Whether it is recording in the field, and cleaning up existing audio, all the way to the basics of music recording and preparing sound for video, film, video games and even live performance, we will look at the landscape of analogue and digital sound techniques to help you feel confident that sound will be a great facet in your projects. Whether you've never thought about it before, or you're ready to take your skills to the next level, we will cover a lot of ground in this class. Come join us. For more information visit https://banner.nmsu.edu/pban/bwckschd.p_disp_listcrse?term_in=201810&subj_in=CMT&crse_in=255&crn_in=37203.

For more information, go to http://dacc.nmsu.edu/arts/.