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American Society of Agronomy awards NMSU turfgrass expert Man posing in field of grass.

Bernd Leinauer, professor and Extension turfgrass specialist at New Mexico State University, was nominated and awarded by the American Society of Agronomy as a 2017 Fellow, the highest acknowledgement given in this field.

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NMSU announces million-dollar gift to support Arrowhead Center

As part of the Ignite Aggie Discovery fundraising campaign, the New Mexico State University Foundation has announced a million-dollar gift from Paul and Alejandra de la Vega Foster to support Arrowhead Center, the university’s regional entrepreneurship and innovation hub.

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NMSU to host annual jujube tasting workshop at Alcalde Sept. 27 People standing around a table eating.

ALCALDE – Fall cool nights and warm days trigger the ripening of fruit, including the Chinese date, commonly called jujube, being researched by New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

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NMSU physics team captures footage of vortex within microscopic particles Visual of a nanoparticle transforming

A team of researchers from New Mexico State University’s Department of Physics have, for the first time, created a three-dimensional rendering of a microscopic nanoparticle’s structural transformation induced and controlled by an external electrical source.

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NMSU Extension to host wellness conference in Albuquerque Sept. 23

ALBUQUERQUE – Thriving comes in many forms – financial, health and wellness and personal relationships. Many people are facing issues that cause them not to thrive.

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NMSU achieves national top tier university ranking Students walk down International Mall.

New Mexico State University has been recognized as a top tier university for the fifth time in the last six years according to the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges for 2018 National Universities rankings.

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NMSU professor leads wildlife research effort in Jemez Mountains Man kneeling next to black bear

Among the ponderosa pines in the Valles Caldera National Preserve, large herds of elk may be seen foraging on the grasses along the forest floor.

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NMSU alumnus enhances learning communities in engineering Woman, left, helps man with homework while sitting at a table.

The path to becoming a successful engineer involves more than solving calculus or chemistry problems. Students need to be creative and innovative, and New Mexico State University’s Eloy Torrez Family Learning Communities in Engineering is providing assistance to students beyond the engineering basics.

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NMSU researchers help write first book on dust devils on Earth and Mars Three people standing in front of a mountain range.

The Department of Astronomy at New Mexico State University contributed a large part to a recently released book, which is the first completely dedicated to examining the history and science of dust devils on Earth and on Mars.

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NMSU student bridge building project requires more than engineering skills Group of students sitting in front of a completed bridge

Twenty-seven New Mexico State University students and their mentors have just returned from two weeks in Nicaragua where they built a foot bridge spanning 110 feet to provide a small community access over a river that floods during the monsoon season.

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