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NMSU alum among Forbes 2020 ‘30 under 30’ list of healthcare entrepreneurs woman and man standing side by side

A New Mexico State University graduate who grew up in a small town south of Las Cruces was named by Forbes magazine among the top 30 young entrepreneurs creating solutions to some of healthcare’s most pressing problems.

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Senior athletes to compete at NMSU for the 2020 New Mexico Senior Olympics Summer Games Campus reflection in window with the NMSU logo.

New Mexico State University and the city of Las Cruces expect to host more than 1,200 seniors for the 41st annual New Mexico Senior Olympics Summer Games June 10-13. Sport venues will be located around the NMSU campus and throughout the city of Las Cruces. The event will be the first in a three-year agreement.

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NMSU to host UAS TAAC conference Dec. 10-12 Plane goes down runway.

New Mexico State University will host the 21st annual Unmanned Systems Aircraft Technical Analysis and Applications Center conference Tuesday, Dec. 10 through Thursday, Dec. 12 in Corbett Center Student Union and the Physical Science Laboratory.

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NMSU engineering ranks 12th among Best Value Engineering Schools A man, seated, works on a device.

The College of Engineering at New Mexico State University has just been ranked 12th among the 50 Best Value Engineering Schools for 2019 from a total pool of more than 500 eligible engineering schools.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center creates collaborative framework for Chihuahua entrepreneurs Photo of people signing a document

New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center has signed a memorandum of understanding with the government of Chihuahua, Mexico, after Arrowhead Center was selected as one of the international accelerators for an agreement with the head of Chihuahua’s Ministry of Innovation and Economic Development.

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NMSU Las Vegas program learning experience for all ages of students People behind cinder block circle

LAS VEGAS, NM – The 1,400 students at Las Vegas City Schools have a unique opportunity to experience science up close and personal.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Innovation Fund sees New Mexico investment success Logo image

They say it takes a village, and the village of investors in New Mexico would agree. New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Innovation Fund has seeded investments across the state, and now one of its business investments, Osazda Energy LLC, has grown its own wings to receive more than $1.5 million in grants this year alone to develop their research in solar cells for photovoltaic systems.

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NMSU astronomers contribute to discovery of giant magnetic ropes in galaxy's halo Image of “Whale Galaxy” with filaments of magnetic fields protruding

A New Mexico State University astronomy professor and his former graduate students are part of an international team of astronomers whose work helped create an image of the “Whale Galaxy” (NGC 4631), made with the National Science Foundation’s Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA), that reveals hair-like filaments of the galaxy's magnetic field protruding above and below the galaxy's disk.

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Five NMSU degree programs named among nation’s best by rankings website

A higher education rankings website has recognized five degree programs at New Mexico State University as among the best in the country.

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NMSU supporters raise $3.6 million on fifth annual Giving Tuesday man writes a check

Supporters of New Mexico State University came together to raise more than $3.6 million for scholarships and programs across the state during the university’s fifth annual Giving Tuesday event, led by the NMSU Foundation.

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NMSU’s Aggie Innovation Space helps research flies’ eyes

Biology researchers at New Mexico State University are using flies to study degeneration of human eyesight with the help of student engineers from the Aggie Innovation Space.

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NMSU regents to meet for work session; potential quorum notice for Dec. 5

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special work session meeting (Board of Regents Working Lunch) at noon Thursday, Dec. 5, in Jett Hall, Room 178, 1040 S. Horseshoe St., on the Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU Museum celebrates 60 years with new exhibit Event flyer.

The New Mexico State University Museum will commemorate its 60th anniversary with the unveiling of a new exhibit, “El Santo Niño de Atocha: Narratives of Faith and Devotion in the United Sates-Mexico Borderlands.” The debut event will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4 at Kent Hall, 1280 E. University Ave.

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NMSU journalism professor’s teaching, dedication draws Croatian student to NMSU

New Mexico State University is home to more than 1,200 international students from more than 80 countries. Each student’s path to the Southwest is distinct and personal. Karla Draksler enrolled as a student at NMSU this fall, but her journey began in Croatia as the legacy of an exchange program started more than 20 years ago involving professional development of young broadcast journalism professionals in emerging democracies of Southeastern Europe.

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NMSU receives a grant to research sustainable beef production Man, out in field with cattle

Environmental conditions are driving up the cost of raising cattle in the Southwest but researchers at New Mexico State University have received a grant to help find new ways to make cattle ranching more sustainable.

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Former NMSU professor’s feature film to return to Rio Grande Theatre Woman towering over man with knife in hand

To celebrate the life of New Mexico State University professor and director Orville “Buddy” Wanzer, the Las Cruces International Film Festival and Film Las Cruces present a film screening of “The Devil’s Mistress” directed by Wanzer Thursday, Dec. 5. Wanzer’s 1965 cult classic was the first feature film created and produced in the Las Cruces area and premiered nationally at the Rio Grande Theatre.

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold regular meeting Dec. 5

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a regular meeting at 8 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building, 1780 E. University Ave., on the Las Cruces campus. The meeting is open to the public. In compliance with the Open Meetings Act, copies of the agenda will be made available at NMSU’s Zuhl Library on the Las Cruces campus at least 72 hours prior to the meeting and accessible on the public university website at https://regents.nmsu.edu/agenda/ .

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NMSU’s masters of public administration program continues legacy of accreditation Woman smiling holding certificate

Future leaders, policy-makers, non-profit organizations are just a small sample of the careers built on a master’s degree in public administration.

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NMSU engineering student earns top honors at state conference Woman holds certificate

New Mexico State University chemical engineering senior Jessica McDow won the undergraduate poster presentation at the Rio Grande Symposium on Advanced Materials in Albuquerque, New Mexico, for her presentation on advanced packaging concepts for microelectromechanical systems and other micro-systems applications.

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NMSU researchers collaborate to reveal history, secrets of domesticated corn Man and women smiling

In the mid-1980s archaeologists and students from New Mexico State University excavated a dozen ancient rock shelter sites in the southern part of the Organ Mountains. The most notable discovery from these excavations was nearly 200 corncobs, also known as maize, which seemed to represent at least five different varieties of corn – one of the specimens approximately 3,000 years old.

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NMSU to host fifth annual Giving Tuesday event to benefit students, programs Two women stand at podium while three people hold giant checks.

Donors of New Mexico State University have come together each year since 2015 to give millions of dollars to support students and cutting-edge programs and research at NMSU during Giving Tuesday, a global day of philanthropy held on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.

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Potential quorum notice of NMSU regents Nov. 23

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend the NMSU vs. University of Texas at El Paso football tailgate and game at noon Saturday, Nov. 23, at Aggie Memorial Stadium, 1815 Wells St., on the Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold closed meeting Nov. 23

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will hold a closed meeting at 7 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 23, in Hadley Hall, Room 130, 2850 Weddell St., on NMSU’s Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU students to study food, culture in the Southwest during 2020 Sundt Seminar Group working across a pond

Next spring, more than a dozen New Mexico State University honors students will spend their spring break examining the relationship between food and culture in the Southwest by visiting Native American, Latino and Anglo communities in Arizona and New Mexico.

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NMSU’s annual ‘Noche de Luminarias’ lights up the sky Dec. 1 Paper lantern

The 35th annual “Noche de Luminarias” event at New Mexico State University will offer the community a chance to witness more than 7,250 luminarias illuminate the NMSU campus from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday, Dec.1, at Corbett Center Student Union.

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NMSU rodeo teams wrap up fall season, prepare for spring Two student athletes riding horses.

The New Mexico State University rodeo teams are now in their offseason after a great run in fall 2019. Currently, the women’s team ranks first and the men’s team is in second in the Grand Canyon region as they get ready for the spring.

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NMSU Extension to host hemp growers round table discussion in Abiquiu

ABIQUIU – With the legalization of growing hemp in New Mexico, people venturing into the industry have many questions on how to have success with this crop.

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NMSU to host WSARE grant proposal workshop in Albuquerque Dec. 11

ALBUQUERQUE – Have a project idea related to supporting sustainable agriculture, but need financial help with the project?

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Former NMSU nursing professor honored with plaque on Wall of Excellence Two women stand side-by-side.

Karen Hand, a retired nursing professor who mentored and inspired hundreds of students during her 28-year career in the College of Health and Social Services at New Mexico State University, is the latest addition to the college’s Nursing Wall of Excellence.

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Volunteer effort improves student veterans housing at NMSU People painting the exterior of a house.

With the help of 140 volunteers, the New Mexico State University Student Veterans Housing project, Nov. 9, resulted in 24 renovated homes in the Tom Fort Village.

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