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NMSU students continue Nicaraguan water project from home Metal Pipes sticking up out of the ground

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, a project of nearly a year in the making to provide residents of Oyanca, Nicaragua with potable water continues from New Mexico State University, with hope of finishing the on-site work next summer. Engineering Technology Professor Kenny Stevens and a group of NMSU students are working to increase the amount of water that hydraulic ram pumps deliver for the community.

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NMSU Center for Academic Advising to host virtual career success workshop series Title page of PowerPoint

Entering the job market is never easy, but the COVID-19 pandemic is adding more challenges for people who are in search of a job. To ease the burden a little, New Mexico State University’s Center for Academic Advising and Student Support is hosting several virtual workshops to help students be prepared during this new normal.

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NMSU inks agreement with ExxonMobil to conduct produced water research Woman, center, works at a computer in a lab while two men look on.

New Mexico State University and ExxonMobil have signed an agreement that will create a collaboration to coordinate research involving produced water projects and provide educational opportunities for students.

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NMSU Honors College dean retires following accomplished career Head and shoulders of a woman

As the second dean of New Mexico’s first Honors College, Miriam Chaiken created an impressive legacy at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU, Xerces Society present supporting pollinators, beneficial insect webinar Bee on a flower bud

New Mexico State University has partnered with the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation to host a free virtual course series to inform farmers, educators and the general public about pollinator and beneficial insect conservation in gardens and farms in northern New Mexico.

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NMSU welcomes new School of Social Work director A headshot of a man.

New Mexico State University’s College of Health and Social Services has named Héctor Luis Díaz as its new director of the School of Social Work. Díaz, a longtime social work practitioner with more than two decades’ experience in higher education, started his new role June 1.

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NMSU Extension offers online produce safety training June 29-30 Vegetables on table

Harvesting of vegetables and fruits is beginning. Soon fresh produce will be available at growers’ markets.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center to be academic lead for Sandbox Ventures’ 2020 FIRE Venture Fellows Logo image

New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center will be the academic lead for the Sandbox Ventures’ 2020 Fourth Industrial Revolution Economy (FIRE) Venture Fellowship, a competitive program focused on training select Borderplex university students in venture capital for the benefit of the regional startup ecosystem.

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NMSU helps students with CARES Act funding, grants still available NMSU sign on a light pole behind a tree.

Whether it’s a need to buy technology upgrades or the stress of losing a job, COVID-19 has had a financial impact on many New Mexico State University students. Through the CARES Act, NMSU received $7 million for emergency financial aid grants for students.

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NMSU anthropology researchers to study gendered impacts of COVID-19 Woman standing in front of a poster display

New Mexico State University senior Hailey Taylor expected to spend this summer in the far-flung Republic of Vanuatu, a tiny country in the South Pacific. Before the coronavirus outbreak, she had planned to continue studying the gendered impacts of marriage on chronic disease with her mentor in NMSU’s Discovery Scholars Program, anthropology Assistant Professor Kathryn Olszowy.

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NMSU’s 30th annual WERC Environmental Design Contest goes online Women and men talking on zoom.

Amid a global pandemic, engineering students across the country competed virtually in the first-ever online WERC Environmental Design Contest, hosted by the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU nursing graduates eager to help on frontlines of pandemic Headshots of two women.

Perla Arroyo-Jaime is no stranger to humanitarian work. As a longtime Navy reservist, she’s traveled the world over to build infrastructure projects that support other military branches and vulnerable populations in places like Afghanistan and Africa. Now, she’s jumpstarting a new career, one that will take her to the frontlines in the battle against a global health crisis.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center’s Innoventure program to offer free virtual summer camp for children Girl drawing on a paper while seated in front of a computer

The Innoventure program offered by Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University will host free virtual camps themed “Innovate Adventure” for elementary and middle school students this summer.

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Research to improve soil health takes root at NMSU A man digs soil.

Soil is a natural resource that supports human civilization and plays a vital role in global food security. So, while we may not be ranchers, crop growers or researchers, we all have a vested interest in soil – especially soil health.

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NMSU’s Math Department opens up online tutoring center to community computer screen

While regular school days at home might have come to an end for summer, the learning continues for many families, whether parents are choosing to continue summer learning for their children or students are trying to stay on top of challenging subjects before school starts back up in the fall.

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NMSU Army ROTC graduates receive officer commissions during traditional ceremony Three men in military uniform

College graduation is an exciting but bittersweet time. One stage of the student’s life is drawing to a close, and a new stage is beginning. The next step is on the minds of many graduates who are just beginning the job search with a freshly minted degree in hand.

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NMSU researchers lead a safe return to campus labs Man in a white coat holding a black box

Universities across the country are facing the challenge of reopening research labs on campus. Two biology professors at New Mexico State University are developing protocols for students of NMSU’s Howard Hughes Medical Institute program to lead the way in transitioning faculty, staff and students back into the university’s research labs for the summer semester.

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For NMSU TRIO program participants, staying connected is critical for success Exterior of building.

When in-person classes were moved online in March due to COVID-19, additional barriers to educating students arose. Some obstacles came from limited access to technology, while others were caused by the physical distance the pandemic necessitated.

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NMSU leaders announce systemwide COVID-19 Rapid Response Team Portrait of woman in black sweater

New Mexico State University system leaders have created a COVID-19 Rapid Response Team tasked with leading the university through the phased return of faculty, staff and students this fall.

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NMSU College of Engineering offers new online Master of Information Technology degree Two men sit at a computer

The College of Engineering at New Mexico State University is now accepting applications for a new professional master degree program to be launched in the fall 2020 semester. The professional Master of Information Technology (M-IT) degree program is a fully online, 30-credit hour, non-thesis option for graduate IT education.

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