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New scholarship for NMSU business students honors Alamogordo businesswoman Portrait of Mary Lou Bloom

A new scholarship established in honor of an Alamogordo family’s beloved matriarch will support students in New Mexico State University’s College of Business and its community college system.

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New Mexico State University events Nov. 22-28

The following is a list of events taking place on the New Mexico State University Las Cruces campus between the dates of Nov. 22 and 28.

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NMSU to host banquet for first class of leadership institute A man and a woman sitting on a park bench talking.

New Mexico State University will host a banquet from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 2, to celebrate the accomplishments of the inaugural class of the NMSU New Mexico Leadership Institute.

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NMSU’s Dona Ana County Extension Office to host advanced weather spotter class

Keeping a trained eye to the sky can offer advanced warning to the National Weather Service when severe weather begins to emerge.

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NMSU to honor head of New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation program

WHAT: Scholarly Excellence Rally recognizing New Mexico Alliance For Minority Participation program

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NMSU’s La Catrina Quartet nominated for 2014 Latin Grammy Award

The La Catrina String Quartet at New Mexico State University has been nominated for 2014 Latin Grammy Award. They’ll find out if they win at the annual awards ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 20, in Las Vegas.

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NMSU professor ventures to Alaska to collect geological samples for research

You might not think snow-covered Alaska and the desert Southwest have much in common. But New Mexico State University professor Brian Hampton says Alaska’s tectonic processes share similarities to those in the Southwest and make it a an ideal natural laboratory to explore.

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NMSU engineering students named University Innovation Fellows by NSF-funded Epicenter Head shots of woman (left) and man (right).

New Mexico State University engineering students Brendan Sullivan and Ember Krech are part of a cohort of 58 students from 26 higher education institutions across the United States recently named University Innovation Fellows by the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter). The University Innovation Fellows program empowers students to become agents of change at their schools.

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NMSU presents annual forage growers workshop Dec. 2 in Los Lunas

LOS LUNAS – Alfalfa and other forage plants may be entering the dormant stage of the year, but the farmer is preparing for next year’s growing season with great anticipation.

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NMSU professor focuses on house fly research Man shows house flies in a lab.

Not every idea for scientific research comes from deep intellectual conversations. Sometimes, the most mundane situations can spark the interest of the scientist.

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