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NMSU Autism Diagnostic Center open for telehealth appointments Head and shoulders of a woman

While the pandemic has delayed the physical opening of the new Autism Diagnostic Center at New Mexico State University, the center is now offering telehealth services to children under 36 months old in need of a diagnostic evaluation for Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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Arrowhead Center at NMSU welcomes new Studio G director Woman standing outdoors

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University has named Brooke Montgomery as the director of its Studio G program, which serves 18 campuses throughout New Mexico and a site at University of Texas at El Paso.

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NMSU partners with SecureAmerica Institute for research, workforce development Aerial view of NMSU campus

New Mexico State University has joined the SecureAmerica Institute, a private-public partnership converging technology, economics and policy to enable a secure and resilient United States manufacturing and industrial base, as a founding member.

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NMSU’s 30-year-old collection about Juarez murders brings researchers from around the world woman smiling in front of building

In the early 1990s, growing numbers of women were reported missing or found dead across the city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Decades later advocates have documented more than 2,000 women were murdered yet none of their killers have been identified or convicted, according to the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

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NMSU to host FSPCA preventative controls certification course Pond in front of a campus building

New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will host a Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance online training and certification course designed for food and beverage manufacturing industry professionals.

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NMSU collective hosts series to imagine a ‘borderlands pluriversity’ Group of women

The New Mexico State University Borderlands and Ethnic Studies, Chicano Programs and the Dean’s Fellows of Equity, Inclusion and Diversity at the College of Arts and Sciences are hosting a dialogue series titled, "Imagining and Shaping Pluriversities: Land-based Indigenous Knowledges and Pedagogies of Resistance."

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NMSU researcher: COVID-19 information causing negative impacts on mental health Man sitting on bench.

New research from a New Mexico State University professor shows the vast quantity of COVID-19 information from mass media outlets is causing poor mental health outcomes such as anxiety and depression among Americans.

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Construction begins on NMSU, El Paso Electric solar project Construction vehicles drive on land.

Construction is now underway on a renewable energy project at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Park that is projected to generate enough solar electricity to power about one-third of the university’s 900-acre Las Cruces campus by this fall.

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NMSU scientists collaborate on NSF COVID-19 research on Southwest bats Three masked people holding bats.

Can COVID-19 infect bats in the Southwest? How would that impact spread of the virus in humans? Those are among the questions two New Mexico State University professors and a researcher from the University Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine hope to answer with a $200,000 National Science Foundation Rapid Response Research grant.

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NMSU students named Great Minds in STEM scholars Head and shoulders of woman

Five students in the College of Arts and Sciences were honored as 2020 Great Minds in STEM Scholars and all received scholarships. The organization’s vision is to become a national leader in keeping America’s technological workforce strong by promoting degrees and careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

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