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NMSU's Alumni Association announces Fall 2010 Outstanding Seniors

The New Mexico State University Alumni Association will honor the fall 2010 Outstanding Seniors at noon Dec. 10 during a luncheon in their honor at the Corbett Center Student Union ballrooms.

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Student's love of science, family leads to cancer research

A beloved grandmother, devoted parents and ice cubes melting in the sun helped to ignite Brandi Gutierrez's love of research. The ice cubes placed on black and white sheets of paper were part of a second-grade science fair project that won sweepstakes and set her on the path to a career in science.

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Solar and Energy Efficiency Workshop Jan. 19 in Albuquerque

LAS CRUCES -- Homeowners can learn more about advanced design strategies for passive solar homes at a solar and energy efficiency workshop Jan. 19 in Albuquerque.

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Vineyard Tours and Pruning Demo Scheduled for Jan. 27

LAS CRUCES -- Local grape and wine lovers are invited to tour two Las Cruces vineyards and learn more about pruning Jan. 27.

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Solar Hot Water Seminar Jan. 30 in Carlsbad

LAS CRUCES -- Homeowners can learn to reduce their energy costs during a solar hot water seminar Jan. 30 in Carlsbad.

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NMSU Genetic Research Could Mean More Nutritious Beans and Alfalfa

LAS CRUCES - In inch-long test tubes, scientists at New Mexico State University cut and splice strands of genetic material that contain an unusual message for plants like alfalfa, beans and peanuts. This message reads: Make and store corn protein.

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Extension Homemakers Clubs Focus on Family Projects

LAS CRUCES - Strengthening families means more than a motto for Extension Homemakers club members in Dona Ana County.

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Beef Breeding Seminar Set For Feb. I in Tucumcari

LAS CRUCES - The state's beef producers can catch up on timely information about their industry during a beef breeding seminar Feb. 1 at the Tucumcari Civic Center.

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Philip Wright Hired as McKinley County Extension 4-H/Agriculture Agent

LAS CRUCES - Philip Wright began work Jan. 16 as a McKinley County 4-H/agriculture agent for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Yard Waste Processing Demonstration Set For Feb. 2 in Las Cruces

LAS CRUCES - Turfgrass and landscape professionals interested in learning how to process and dispose of yard waste are invited to attend a free, public demonstration Feb. 2 at 1 p.m. The event will be held south of New Mexico State University's Physical Plant at the corner of Locust and Stanley drives in Las Cruces.

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Conservative Tilling Means More Soil Nutrients for Eastern N.M. Farmland

LAS CRUCES - As farmers in eastern New Mexico switch to more conservative tilling systems like stubble mulch and no-till, reserves of important nutrients increase in the soil, said a New Mexico State University soil scientist.

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Conservative Tilling Means More Soil Nutrients for Eastern N.M. Farmland

LAS CRUCES - As farmers in eastern New Mexico switch to more conservative tilling systems like stubble mulch and no-till, reserves of important nutrients increase in the soil, said a New Mexico State University soil scientist.

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Scholarship to support minority students pursuing careers in food science, agriculture

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences received $60,000 for a minority scholarship program from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Scholarship to support minority students pursuing careers in food science, agriculture

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences received $60,000 for a minority scholarship program from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Scholarship to support minority students pursuing careers in food science, agriculture

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences received $60,000 for a minority scholarship program from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Plant Health Care Training Workshop Planned in Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE - A plant health care and integrated pest management (IPM) training workshop is set for Feb. 9-10, starting at 8 a.m., at the Bernalillo County 4-H Center, 1510 Menaul NW, in Albuquerque.

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Jaime Castillo Named Otero County 4-H Agent

LAS CRUCES - New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service hired Jaime Castillo Feb. 6 as an Extension 4-H agent for Otero County.

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Valentine's Day a Time to Review Relationships

LAS CRUCES - As Cupid pulls his bowstring on Valentine's Day, couples should take some time to evaluate their relationships, said a New Mexico State University family science professor.

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"False Spring" Leads to Winter Injury in Trees, Shrubs

LAS CRUCES - Unexpected warmer temperatures have tricked many New Mexico trees into breaking bud earlier than normal. That's bad news for trees and shrubs if there's another frost before springtime, said a New Mexico State University plant pathologist.

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NMSU Water Project Extends Length, Client List

LAS CRUCES - A two-county water quality project in southern New Mexico is adding small agricultural producers and rural homeowners to its list of clientele.

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Time Is Now to stop Pinyon Needle Scale

LAS CRUCES - Warm winter temperatures are causing the emergence of pinyon needle scale, a dangerous pest on pinyon pine trees throughout New Mexico, said a New Mexico State University forest entomologist.

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Jennifer Hopper Joins Valencia County Extension

LAS CRUCES - Jennifer Hopper will start work March 13 as the new home economist/4-H agent in Valencia County for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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NMCIA Names Three Honorary members

LAS CRUCES - The New Mexico Crop Improvement Association (NMCIA) recently presented three New Mexicans, one posthumously, with honorary memberships for their lifelong devotion to agriculture during its annual meeting in Roswell.

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NMSU Researchers Studying Mexican Spotted Owl Habitat

LAS CRUCES - Five years ago, not much was known about the Mexican spotted owl and its habitat. Since then, New Mexico State University wildlife researchers have helped unravel some of the mysteries of the northern spotted owl's less controversial cousin.

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Calderon Awarded Bill Queen Memorial Scholarship

LAS CRUCES -- Felix Calderon III recently was awarded the first Bill Queen Memorial Scholarship for $300.

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Local teens to visit Washington, tackle issues close to home

ESPANOLA - A dozen senior 4-H members from Rio Arriba County will travel to Washington, D.C., this summer to learn more about public policy, thanks to a $17,000 grant.

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NMSU HTS Program Prepares for Increased N.M. Gaming

LAS CRUCES - New gambling enterprises in light of a proposed Indian gaming compact and possible expansion of gaming operations off reservations should be coordinated with a larger tourism plan. That's the opinion of the director of New Mexico State University's hospitality and tourism services (HTS) program.

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Helping organize 4-H and FFA Activities Could Help Members Develop Leadership Skills

LAS CRUCES - By getting involved in the actual planning and evaluating of 4-H and FFA club activities, members may better develop the leadership skills necessary for life, said two New Mexico State University researchers.

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Ruidoso man Joins NMSU Wildlife Bowl Team for Wyoming Contest

LAS CRUCES - Byron Wright, a New Mexico State University senior majoring in wildlife science, will join five other NMSU students for competition in a wildlife bowl March 9-12 at the University of Wyoming at Laramie.

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Students To Learn About Laboratory Research Through NMSU Summer Mentor Program

LAS CRUCES - New Mexico State University researchers will introduce 10 minority high school students to opportunities in scientific research fields through a summer mentoring program funded by a grant from the National Institutes of Health.

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