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Southwest Regional Climate Hub provides valuable information to ag producers Man standing in a field.

Established in February 2014, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Southwest Regional Climate Hub was tasked with supplying science-based knowledge and practical information to farmers, ranchers and forest landowners to help them to adjust to climate change and weather variability.

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Experts will discuss livestock health in program at NMSU’s Corona Research Center Man standing with horse.

CORONA, N.M. – Experts will gather May 19 for a Beyond the Roundtable discussion of livestock health, immunity and vaccination at New Mexico State University’s Southwest Center for Rangeland Sustainability in Corona.

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NMSU College of Engineering program manager inducted into Girl Scout Board Woman’s head shot.

On April 25, Tracey O’Neil, program manager for the New Mexico State University College of Engineering, was inducted to the Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest Board of Directors in Odessa, Texas.

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Transformational gift from Allen Theatres to fund NMSU football locker room renovation A photo of the Allen family standing with an NMSU football jersey during Aggies in Paradise.

The locker room used by the New Mexico State University football team is about to undergo a massive renovation, thanks to a substantial donation from Las Cruces-based Allen Theatres Inc. The project will provide long-overdue improvements to the facility, a facelift to the amenities, and improved conditions for student athletes.

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Arrowhead Center’s Launch program selects 2015 seed-funding winner Two men stand beside a poster

Technology that could improve orientation control for spacecraft is the latest commercialization project to receive seed funding through the Launch program at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center.

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NMSU, DACC professors to teach summer courses at Colombia’s Universidad de La Salle

Five professors from New Mexico State University and Doña Ana Community College have been selected to teach environmental sustainability, product development and mediation skills at Universidad de La Salle in Bogota, Colombia, this summer as part of an ongoing partnership between La Salle and NMSU.

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NMSU’s 3rd Floor Bistro to offer Mother’s Day brunch buffet

People wishing to treat mothers on Mother’s Day can enjoy a brunch buffet with spectacular views of the Organ Mountains and Aggie Memorial Stadium on May 10.

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2015 Summer Programs at New Mexico State University

EDITORS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS: Looking for feature stories and photos? Summer programs at New Mexico State University offer good possibilities. Following are some of the activities that will take place on the Las Cruces campus this summer, in addition to the regular summer sessions for NMSU students. If you are interested in any of these, you may call the contact person directly, or call University Communications and Marketing Services at 575-646-3221 for assistance.

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NMSU film students to premiere senior documentary project on campus

New Mexico State University students in the Creative Media Institute are planning a screening to premiere their senior project documentary, “Halftime Highlights,” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, at the Health and Social Services Auditorium, Room 101A.

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Nine of NMSU’s rodeo team qualify for College National Finals Rodeo Woman riding horse

New Mexico State University’s rodeo team held a successful home rodeo April 24-26, taking first place in men’s and second place for the women’s team. Nine members from the team have qualified to compete at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming, June 14-20.

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