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NMSU business professor appointed to NCAA Division 1 committee Man smiles while sitting at desk.

Kevin Melendrez, associate professor and department head for the Accounting and Information Systems Department in the College of Business at New Mexico State University, has been selected to serve on an NCAA Division 1 committee.

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NMSU launches mobile-accessible web database of Navajo Nation rangeland plants Man holding computer tablet

Healthy rangelands are key to the ecological and cultural well-being of the Dine’ people of the Navajo Nation.

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NMSU to launch clinical trial on cancer education program for Hispanic mothers Five women standing side by side.

A research team at New Mexico State University will launch one of the university’s first clinical trials this year to evaluate the effectiveness of a cancer-parenting education program adapted for Hispanic mothers recently diagnosed with early-stage cancer who have children between the ages of 5 and 17.

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NMSU alumnus’ artwork to hang in UCLA School of Dentistry Mendoza at 26 Visions

“15 Visions,” a collection of paintings from Las Cruces artist and New Mexico State University alumnus George Mendoza, will now grace the halls of the University of Los Angeles’ School of Dentistry.

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NMSU rodeo team to host home rodeo events March 29-31 Man riding a bucking horse.

The New Mexico State University rodeo team will host three events during its home spring rodeo Friday, March 29 through Sunday, March 31 at Landmark Mercantile, 12000 Stern Dr., Mesquite, New Mexico.

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NMSU experts to speak on crop production challenges at Clovis field day April 11 A man standing in a field

CLOVIS, New Mexico – Agricultural producers will have an opportunity to learn about regional crop production challenges and the latest research on special cropping techniques during a spring field day April 11 at New Mexico State University’s Agricultural Science Center at Clovis.

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NMSU’s College of ACES to showcase diverse programs during open house April 6 Beer being poured

One of the largest colleges at New Mexico State University, the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will open its doors for the second year in a row to the public during its ACES Open House.

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NMSU, consortium partners to vie for $100 million Hub to address water challenges Woman, center, works at a computer in a lab with two men, on her right and her left, watching

As a leader in water treatment research, the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University is a part of a team preparing a proposal for a new U.S. Department of Energy grant to create an Energy-Water Desalination Hub. The award for the Hub will be approximately $100 million, $20 million per year for five years, with a five-year renewal possibility.

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NMSU students bring skills to Las Cruces church to help asylum seekers A woman takes man’s blood pressure.

On a late afternoon in March, a young boy riding a toddler’s tricycle peddled across a narrow hallway in El Calvario Methodist Church in Las Cruces, zooming from one end to the other, past a small red-carpeted room, where Jennifer Patrick was busy checking the vital signs of a father and his young daughter who had traveled from Guatemala to seek asylum in the United States.

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NMSU to host turfgrass irrigation workshop series in Albuquerque beginning March 29 Portrait shot of man

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico State University’s Extension turfgrass specialist Bernd Leinauer will conduct a series of workshops on turfgrass irrigation in Albuquerque beginning Friday, March 29.

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