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NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Clovis field day to feature U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce, various crop-related topics People riding on a trailer in a crop field.

From peanuts to sugar cane, and from soil to weeds, there will be plenty to learn at the New Mexico State University Agricultural Science Center at Clovis Field Day Aug. 9.

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NMSU students get first-hand experience at archaeological dig Group of people standing around a sign in a forest

An associate professor of anthropology and University Museum director at New Mexico State University recently led a six-week field school for anthropology students and enthusiasts in the Gila National Forest.

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New Mexico MESA high school team repeats as national champion

PHILADELPHIA – New Mexico MESA students from Deming High School are celebrating another huge accomplishment. At the 2017 MESA USA National Engineering Design Competition held in Philadelphia, the Deming High School team beat thousands of students and again won first place honors on June 23.

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NMSU physics professor receives prestigious fellowship Man with glasses in red shirt

The head of New Mexico State University’s physics department was recently named a fellow of a prestigious interdisciplinary applied science society.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet Aug. 1

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a regular meeting at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 1, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building on the NMSU Las Cruces Campus.

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NMSU Dean receives outstanding alumnus award from alma mater Group of people standing on stage with awards.

Enrico Pontelli, dean of New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences, recently traveled to Italy in early July to receive an award for outstanding achievement from the University of Udine, the dean’s alma mater.

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NMSU experts dig up Las Cruces boy’s million-year-old fossil find Man holding tusk next to jawbone of stegomastodon

A 10-year boy’s accidental discovery in the Las Cruces desert led a New Mexico State University professor to a rare, mostly intact 1.2 million year-old stegomastodon skull.

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NMSU professor researching how to treat aphasia in stroke patients Two women looking at a computer

One of the most frustrating effects of a stroke is the inability to use, produce and comprehend language, also known as aphasia. Many aphasia sufferers become anxious and frustrated with not being able to communicate and understand others like they did before their stroke.

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NMSU AgSprint client aims to address food insecurity in rural New Mexico

A New Mexico-based agricultural technology company is working to solve a global food problem at the local level with support from the AgSprint accelerator program at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center entrepreneurship and innovation hub.

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NMSU receives second-highest score in nation as leader in equal access to higher education Students walk on campus.

In a recent report from the Brookings Institution, New Mexico State University was listed as a leader in equal access to higher education. The report gave NMSU the second-highest score in the nation as a public university that provides opportunities for social mobility to students and produces valuable research.

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NMSU professor’s book on criminal gangs sparks new study in borderland Man with beard and plaid shirt

A New Mexico State University criminal justice professor recently published a book detailing criminal gang activities in San Antonio, Texas, for the past 100 years.

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NMSU PREP Academy awards engineering scholarships to New Mexico students

The New Mexico State University Engineering New Mexico Resource Network hosted the 2017 NM PREP High School Academy June 18-30. The NM PREP program provides diverse, high-achieving middle and high school students the opportunity to explore STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) careers.

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NMSU Clayton research center to resume work focusing on feeder cattle Man looking through corral

CLAYTON – On the windblown plains of northeastern New Mexico stands a feed mill and livestock pens with the sole purpose of researching how cattle react to the feedlot environment.

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NMSU receives STARS Gold Rating for sustainability achievements A recycling container

New Mexico State University has earned a STARS Gold rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. STARS, the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System, measures and encourages sustainability in all aspects of higher education.

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NMSU Ag Science Center at Tucumcari to host field day Aug. 8 Presenter shares research with group of people sitting on bales of hay

Learn about crops, grazing research and more at this year’s field day at the New Mexico State University Agricultural Science Center at Tucumcari Tuesday, Aug. 8.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center to host inaugural AgSprint Assembly

Leaders and entrepreneurs in the world of agricultural technology will join promising agtech startups to discuss ideas to help promote and develop agtech investments in New Mexico, as well as the global state of agriculture, at the inaugural AgSprint Assembly, which will take place Aug. 10 at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces.

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NMSU professor promotes preserving moon-landing sites Blonde woman in green shirt

Beth O’Leary, professor emerita in New Mexico State University’s Department of Anthropology, will travel to Washington, D.C., to give a presentation on space archaeology and heritage preservation.

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On deck: Former NMSU Aggies keep MLB players in prime condition Photo of man speaking

For baseball fans, summer means hot days and nights at the baseball park, taking in the smells of hot dogs and roasted peanuts, the sound of baseball bats cracking as they hit a home run, and the sight of a baseball soaring high over the park walls.

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NMSU astronomy professor studies unusual galaxy in distant universe Blonde woman in blue shirt.

An assistant professor in New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences’ Astronomy Department recently coauthored a paper detailing the shape and motions of stars within a distant galaxy.

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NMSU alumni use grant to expand sustainable farming techniques Man and woman talk in greenhouse

Along a high gravel road radiating white under the sunlight, near the Rio Grande, whose waters splash against the walls of a bridge over it, and nestled within acres of shady pecan trees is Taylor Hood Farms.

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