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NMSU highlighted on list of Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics Two women walk down the sidewalk.

According to the Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics list in the August 2016 edition of The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine, New Mexico State University has been recognized as one of the best institutions for Hispanics in the country.

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NMSU’s second GivingTuesday brings in $2M for programs across state Group celebrating

Gifts were still rolling in all evening, but with hours left to go in its one-day GivingTuesday campaign Nov. 29, New Mexico State University had already brought in nearly $2 million in new gifts to support students and programs at NMSU campuses across the state – including two major gifts that got the day off to a running start.

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NMSU students get creative to secure research funding Close-up of woman looking at an orchid outdoors

New Mexico State University students are ambitious. They’re also creative. And when they’re passionate about their research, they’ll take the path less traveled to secure funding.

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NMSU Kinesiology and Dance department recognized for 17th straight year

The Department of Kinesiology and Dance at New Mexico State University recently received a three-year recognition from the National Strength and Conditioning Association, marking the 17th consecutive year the department has received the recognition.

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NMDA offers exporting opportunity at Joint Stockmen’s Convention

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Ranchers attending the 2016 New Mexico Joint Stockmen’s Convention in Albuquerque Dec. 1-4 are invited to stop by New Mexico Department of Agriculture’s International Room to meet and talk with Mexican cattle buyers, one on one.

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NMSU vegetable researcher helps develop more nutritious potato Woman in hat holding potato plant

The potato is the number one vegetable consumed by Americans. It is an excellent source of potassium, contains 45 percent of the recommended daily amount of Vitamin C and provides all essential amino acids.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center seeks applications to assist growth-oriented entrepreneurs

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University is now accepting applications for its U.S. Economic Development Administration University Center for Regional Commercialization, which provides a mix of business assistance services designed to help foster economic development within New Mexico’s commercialization ecosystem.

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NMSU journalism professor’s discovery reveals different view of slavery Clipping of a verse

An eight-year project has come to an end as New Mexico State University journalism associate professor Roger Mellen has published a scholarly article based off of an accidental find in a few dusty pages of an eighteenth century almanac.

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NMSU filmmakers create documentary series humanizing mental illness Two people sitting at a table being interviewed and filmed.

An eight-part documentary series called “Labeled” is the brainchild of three New Mexico State University Creative Media Institute professors, who hope to sell the series to major television networks and take the documentaries into Las Cruces schools to help the public gain a better understanding of mental illness.

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NMSU doctoral student receives NCAA research grant

Jessica Jackson, a doctoral student in New Mexico State University’s College of Education, has received a research grant from the NCAA Research Committee to study experiences of racism and responses to race-related events.

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