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NMSU College of ACES names new Extension Family Life and Child Development specialist Head and shoulders of a woman

Karim Martinez, formerly the county program director and Family and Consumer Sciences agent for the Doña Ana County Cooperative Extension Service, has assumed a new role at New Mexico State University, but she is certainly no stranger to the university.

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NMSU’s extended lavender study produces varieties resistant to root diseases Two men looking at a plant

ALCALDE – Lavender is a promising high-value alternative crop for small-scale growers in the arid West and Southwest, especially if agricultural researchers can find a way to lessen the number one problem for the growers – root disease.

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NMSU’s Ride for the 4-H Clover motorcycle tour returns for sixth year People on motorcycles ride across New Mexico in 2017.

Ride for the 4-H Clover, an annual, weekend motorcycle excursion hosted by New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences’ Cooperative Extension Service to benefit 4-H youth programs, will return Aug. 24-26 for the sixth year.

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NMSU’s School of Nursing presents heat map at mapping conference Six women standing together in front of a wall.

A year after five nursing students in the College of Health and Social Services at New Mexico State University developed an online story map examining the impacts of extreme heat in Las Cruces, the project was presented this month at a mapping software conference in San Diego, California.

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NMSU undergrads get firsthand experience researching immigration issues making headlines group of people standing

Using field notebooks and their eyes and ears, undergraduate students from New Mexico State University have partnered with the University of Texas at El Paso and five other universities under a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation. The project, which began in May, allows students to get firsthand experience in qualitative research.

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Late NASA Voyager imaging guru was NMSU’s first astronomy Ph.D. Group of people standing

Bradford Smith led the imaging team for NASA’s Voyager missions and stoked the imaginations of people worldwide with pictures of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. He was also the first student to earn a Ph.D. in astronomy in the College of Arts and Sciences at New Mexico State University in 1973.

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NMSU agricultural specialist to present at annual Acoma Resource Day Aug. 2 Man in black hat holding black calf

ACOMA – Quality beef production will be the focus of the ninth-annual Acoma Resource Day from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2.

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NM PREP Academy at NMSU inspires middle, high school students through real-world STEM activities Boys and girls stand outside and listen to two men explain how use survey equipment.

Each June, the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University hosts two sessions of the NM PREP Academy to expose students from across the state to real-world applications of science, engineering, technology and math. Designed for middle and high school students, NM PREP brings students to campus to learn first-hand how to improve their problem-solving skills, polish their communication skills and work in teams to accomplish a given task.

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NMSU to host national beef cattle reproduction symposium in Ruidoso Aug. 29-30 Cattle with Hereford in middle

RUIDOSO – The premier national event in beef cattle reproduction management is coming to New Mexico.

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Three earn New Mexico Certified Public Manager designation from NM EDGE Group of people

SOCORRO – Three public officials have joined the ranks of New Mexico Certified Public Manager, the feature and nationally accredited program of NM EDGE.

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