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Solar Power Systems for Homeowners Workshop set for July 27 at NMSU

A solar power system can be a reliable electricity source for your home. If you are a homeowner who needs a starting point or more information, the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University is offering a Solar Power Systems for Homeowners Workshop, July 27, as part of its engineering extension and outreach services, in partnership with the Las Cruces Green Chamber of Commerce and the American Solar Energy Society.

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Historic newspapers on display in Milton Hall Newspaper headline under glass frame

Carol Meyers remembers her mom as a history buff and news junkie. She read the newspaper every day with her morning coffee and was known to friends and family as a lifelong student of history, geography and current events. “She just knew everything,” Meyers said.

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Four Corners agricultural producers share concerns with New Mexico agriculture leaders Two men and a woman

FARMINGTON – Revitalizing and sustaining agriculture in the Four Corners region was the underlying concern for people attending the listening session hosted by New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service June 17 at San Juan County’s McGee Park.

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NMSU’s FIDO LAB offers hands-on approach in dog behavior and training Woman sits near dog.

Follow the paw prints inside the Tejada Building at New Mexico State University, and you’ll find an open-concept classroom that houses the FIDO LAB, the hub for the companion-animal program in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, where students engage in hands-on learning with man’s best friend.

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NMSU engineering professor awarded grant to develop new membrane technologies for advanced water treatment Man, standing in a lab, holds a Petri dish.

With limited water resources posing a challenge for citizens around the globe, Reza Foudazi, a chemical and materials engineering assistant professor at New Mexico State University, is working on a project involving new methods for advanced water treatment. He has received a three-year, nearly $315,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for his project, “Stimuli-responsive membranes from mesophase templating.”

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NMSU’s Otero County Extension office adds new 4-H agent Portrait of a woman

Heidi Crnkovic has joined the Otero County Cooperative Extension Service office as its new 4-H agent. As an Extension 4-H agent, Crnkovic will work with youth, parents and volunteer leaders and will work to build the confidence and skills of the local youth that will carry them into future careers and leadership opportunities. She will also be given the opportunity to utilize science-based curriculums and programs to provide hands-on learning opportunities for youth in her community.

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NMSU College of Education receives generous support from Aprendamos Group of people with oversized check

The Aprendamos Intervention Team and Direct Therapies Center presented a $15,000 check June 26 to two departments in the College of Education at New Mexico State University.

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Collins selected as NMSU’s new general counsel, chief legal affairs officer A photo of Roy Collins

Roy Collins III has been selected as New Mexico State University’s new general counsel and chief legal affairs officer. In the position, Collins will serve as NMSU’s primary attorney, providing legal guidance and services. He was previously associate general counsel and interim general counsel at the University of Hartford. Collins will begin his new role at NMSU on July 29.

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NM businesses invited to apply for $2,000, four-week program with NMSU’s Arrowhead Center

Business startups located in New Mexico with plans to sell outside the state are invited to join BizSprint, a program to accelerate success with $2,000 and resources from New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center.

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Fierce, passionate NMSU English professor lit fire in student writers Head and shoulders of a man

Lee K. Abbott’s impact on students was indelible. After a lifetime writing award-winning short stories and teaching creative writing at universities across the country, Abbott returned to Las Cruces, where he grew up. His life ended in Columbus, Ohio where he was undergoing medical treatment. Abbott lost his battle with leukemia on April 29. He was 71.

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