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NMSU honors faculty, staff at 2014 fall convocation Two rows of men and women pose with plaques.

New Mexico State University celebrated faculty and staff at the 2014 fall convocation ceremony Aug. 19 at NMSU’s Atkinson Music Recital Hall. Every fall and spring, convocation is held to honor excellence on campus. “Fall Convocation marks the beginning of the academic year and provides an opportunity for the ...

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NMSU management professor uses embodied storytelling research to help veterans Portrait of David Boje in yellow shirt

NMSU management professor David Boje is using his research on storytelling to help veterans and their families begin to focus on the future.

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NMSU Aggies gear up for football, look to fans for successful season Four men wearing face paint at NMSU Aggie game

NMSU football gears up, looks to fans for successful season.

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NMSU and Memorial Medical Center to offer public health courses to medical residents Woman standing (left) and man sitting (right) review notes on a laptop.

NMSU and Memorial Medical Center’s Southern New Mexico Family Medicine Residency Program will offer residents the opportunity to take courses in public health.

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NMSU’s Project Discovery: Inaugural event explores the science and flavor of chile Man holding a red chile

NMSU’s Project Discovery kicks off series, explores the science and flavor of chile

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NMSU’s new student-run store opens Wednesday in Gerald Thomas Hall Woman in hat and apron adds ingredients to mixer

Crimson Creations by ACES will mark its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting celebration from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 20.

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NMSU works to elevate online courses Picture of computer with folded “OCIP” paper and man with glasses in background

NMSU’s Online Course Improvement Program functions to support improvements in the quality of blended and online courses.

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NMSU expands with targeted direction for Young Women in Computing program

Young Women Growing Up Thinking Computationally is an expansion outreach initiative targeted to broaden participation of Hispanic women in computer science.

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NMSU’s Domenici Conference announces change to second-day schedule

Organizers of the 2014 Domenici Public Policy Conference have announced a change to the schedule of speakers on the conference’s second day.

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NMSU to offer classes at Fort Bliss this fall Man takes notes in front of a computer.

Beginning in fall 2014, New Mexico State University will offer two courses at Fort Bliss.

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