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Zoeglossia receives Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant to expand program Head and shoulders of a woman

New Mexico State University English professor Connie Voisine, former NMSU visiting professor Sheila Black who now works for the Association of Writers and Writing Programs in Washington, D.C. and Jennifer Bartlett, disability activist, are poets, academics and friends. In 2017, they co-founded an organization for poets and writers who identify as having disabilities called Zoeglossia. By May 2019 the organization held its first conference in San Antonio, which provided intensive mentoring, classes, roundtable discussions and readings for 11 writers and poets from several U.S. states and the United Kingdom.

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NMSU ranked on U.S. News & World Report Best Global Universities 2021 list Campus reflected in glass

New Mexico State University was recognized on the seventh annual U.S. News & World Report Best Global Universities 2021 rankings. NMSU is among 1,500 institutions in 86 countries listed, and this year NMSU tied for 750th.

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NMSU researcher coauthors two papers on COVID-19ís impact on turfgrass industry Headshot of man.

A New Mexico State University researcher is part of a group of turfgrass experts from several land-grant universities across the United States that coauthored two newly published papers on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the turfgrass industry.

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NMSU researcher: Pandemic stress fueling unhealthy diets in Americans Man sits on table

A new study by a group of researchers from New Mexico and Indiana found that Americansí diets are becoming unhealthier as a result of stresses related to the coronavirus pandemic.

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NMSU to partner with Hispanic Scholarship Fund, The Bridge of Southern New Mexico to offer virtual college camp Nov. 7 Fall season on campus

New Mexico State University will partner with the Hispanic Scholarship Fund and The Bridge of Southern New Mexico to host the HSF virtual College Camp Nov. 7. The free, bilingual college preparation workshops will be held on Zoom to help middle and high school students and their families learn more about how to prepare for college.

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NMSU, NMED team with Occidental to support produced water technology testing

The New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium, a joint effort between the New Mexico Environment Department and New Mexico State University, announced today it will partner with Occidental, the Permian Basinís largest acreage holder and one of its largest oil producers, in a cooperative agreement to help facilitate safe and reliable field testing and evaluation of pilot and large-scale innovative produced water treatment technologies.

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NMSU graduate student named National Science Foundation CADRE fellow Woman standing at White Sands National Park

Amanda LaTasha Armstrong, a doctoral candidate at New Mexico State University, has been selected as a fellow of the National Science Foundation Community for Advancing Discovery Research in Education (CADRE) Fellowship program, which provides professional growth opportunities for early career researchers whose work centers on diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM education.

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Prominent public health expert joins NMSU Man sits on table.

A public health expert whose research has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Yahoo News and several other major media outlets is the newest faculty member in the College of Health and Social Services at New Mexico State University.

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NMSUís Office of Experiential Learning partners with JCPenney to host Suit-Up event Oct. 25

New Mexico State Universityís Office of Experiential Learning and JCPenney will host the third annual Suit-Up event from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25, at the Mesilla Valley Mall, 700 Telshor Blvd., Ste 2000.

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NMSU engineering professor receives Department of Defense DURIP grant Man sits at desk.

Krishna Kota, associate professor of thermal sciences and energy in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at New Mexico State University, has received a nearly $250,000 Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP) grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to purchase equipment for conducting research on the cooling of directed-energy weapon systems.

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