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NMSU Extension director named to National 4-H Council board of trustees Head shot of man in brown suit

The National 4-H Council has announced the election of an New Mexico State University College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences associate dean to its board of trustees. Jon Boren, director of the NMSU Cooperative Extension Service, is among two new members to the board.

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NMSU collaborates with Israeli companies to study water-saving technology A research field

New Mexico State University is positioning itself as a leader in agricultural sustainability as a team of researchers embark on new projects to study groundbreaking water-saving technology.

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NMSU student research outlines problems in private immigration detention facilities Head and shoulders of man on left; head and shoulders of woman on right

Students involved in New Mexico State University’s Research Experience for Undergraduates program in 2020 were unable to do the kind of face-to-face research possible in previous years.

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NMSU’s 2020 professional development cohorts continue in virtual setting Two computer monitors

When course instruction at New Mexico State University transitioned to an online format in March, the NMSU Center for Learning & Professional Development’s annual programming had to shift to a virtual environment as well. Two of the leadership programs, the Aggie Leadership Training Academy and Manager Certification Program, celebrated the graduation of their 2020 cohorts in early December.

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Mentors at NMSU sparked one man’s successful career, now he gives back group of people at lake

Born in Columbus, Ohio, Gary Seipel joined the U.S. Air Force shortly after high school. His parents could not afford to send him to college. While stationed for three years in Ohio, Seipel took night classes at Wittenberg University, but it wasn’t till he joined students at New Mexico State University’s Alamogordo campus, that his future began to take shape.

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Arrowhead Center at NMSU’s first El Paso AgSprint, BizSprint capture success for participants People participating in a Zoom meeting

New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center partnered with the El Paso County Economic Development Department to offer two free six-week business accelerators in October and November. Participants were guided through the program to grow and refine their business strategies, and reported back on the boost the sprints gave to their companies.

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NMSU to serve as COVID-19 vaccine distribution site Medical carts

The New Mexico State University system will play a key role in helping the New Mexico Department of Health distribute doses of a COVID-19 vaccine to the general public at its campuses throughout the state. The collaboration will leverage NMSU locations, resources and expertise to help aid in vaccine distribution.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center goes virtual for fourth SBIR/STTR Innovation Summit Screen image of online meeting

Small businesses from across the globe met virtually to learn about federal funding opportunities for their innovative ideas during the fourth annual New Mexico SBIR/STTR Innovation Summit Dec. 9.

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NMSU regents to hold special meeting Jan. 6

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will hold a special meeting at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. Due to the public health emergency order issued by New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, the meeting will take place online via Zoom at https://panopto.nmsu.edu/bor. In compliance with the Open Meetings Act, copies of the agenda will be made available at least 72 hours prior to the meeting and accessible on the public university website at https://regents.nmsu.edu/agenda.

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NMSU researcher collaborates on phase two of massive bird genome study Man holding a bird

New Mexico State University biology Professor Peter Houde is among more than 200 researchers involved in phase two of a massive effort at mapping the genomes of each of the world’s 10,500 bird species. In the project known as B10K, researchers from University of Copenhagen and partner institutions have sequenced 363 genomes from 92.4 percent of all bird families on Earth.

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Zoeglossia names fellows for 2021 NMSU Conference Head and shoulders of a woman

Zoeglossia has selected 13 disabled poets as fellows for their 2021 conference. The fellowship provides the poets with the opportunity to attend an annual retreat/conference and work with established writers who are also disabled. This year the event, hosted by New Mexico State University, will be held entirely online May 20-23 due to restrictions required by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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NMSU students named 2020 Firefighters of the Year Two men holding plaques in front of fire engine.

New Mexico State University student firefighters Lucas Cadena and Thomas Ontiveros have been named as NMSU Firefighters of the Year for 2020.

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NMSU, TriCore partnership provides research opportunities during COVID-19 pandemic People wearing safety gear in a tent

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, New Mexico State University faced many unprecedented challenges. While a few factors remain uncertain, a new partnership has created several positive outcomes, along with future opportunities that will help faculty and students involved in research.

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NMSU brews up its newest collaboration with Estas Manos Coffee Roasters Mug and bag of coffee beans

New Mexico State University and Estas Manos Coffee Roasters have launched “A” Mountain Roast, the latest in NMSU’s growing line of collegiate-licensed products. Estas Manos, a grass-roots business based in San Francisco, California, has New Mexico roots and is currently operating in Las Cruces. A portion of the proceeds will support NMSU’s more than 400 student-athletes.

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NMSU publication culminates 10-year study of acequia systems Man and woman sitting by computer

An in-depth study of centuries-old community acequia systems in northern New Mexico reveals why they have been resilient.

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NMSU receives NSF grant to fund solar research faculty, program Woman working at a computer

A grant from the National Science Foundation is funding a tenure-track faculty position in New Mexico State University’s astronomy department to integrate research and education in solar magnetic fields. The grant comes through the Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences.

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ACES team discusses artificial intelligence at agriculture convention Headshot of man

A team of experts from New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences recently led a virtual discussion on artificial intelligence in agriculture as part of the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture’s convention held last month.

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NMSU Art Museum Spring 2021 exhibits postponed until June 2021 poster

The New Mexico State University Art Museum postponed their three Spring 2021 exhibits “Sorry for the Mess,” “Pasos Ajenos,” and “Saint Joseph & The Laborers,” until June 2021.

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NMSU Provost to sponsor professional development opportunities for faculty

Due to the increasing need for transitioning traditional classroom teaching to online delivery methods, New Mexico State University Provost Carol Parker is sponsoring two opportunities for faculty professional development.

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Andrew Bowen named interim chief of NMSU police Man in uniform standing next to NMSU Police vehicle

Deputy Police Chief Andrew Bowen, a 19-year veteran with New Mexico State University’s Police Department, has been named interim chief of the department effective December 21, 2020 by NMSU President John Floros. A search committee headed by Renay Scott, NMSU Vice President for Student Success, reviewed all applications and made recommendations.

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