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NMSU Extension hosts large animal rescue training for emergency response teams Horse mannequin hanging from a hoist.

The emergency call comes into the 911 center: a horse and its rider have fallen into a deep arroyo and the horse is laying on the person. Another call asks for help getting a horse out of a water-filled drainage ditch. A third call tells of a livestock trailer that has rolled over during a traffic accident.

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NMSU students elect Las Cruces natives as student body president, vice president Two men in suits standing outdoors

Kevin Prieto and Emerson Morrow will serve the Associated Students of New Mexico State University for the 2017-2018 school year as president and vice president, respectively. Both are Las Cruces, New Mexico, natives.

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NMSU summer computer camps filling up, space still available

New Mexico State University’s summer computer camps are in high demand but there is still time to sign up. The Department of Computer Science in the College of Arts and Sciences is hosting the free summer programs in June and July.

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NMSU Extension Agents earn national, regional, state awards Man in cowboy hat sitting at desk

New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service agents are racking up the awards.

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NMSU’s College of ACES honors outstanding faculty, staff, community members Two men with an award

New Mexico State University College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences faculty, staff and community members were honored for their excellence and distinguished contributions in the field of agriculture during the college’s annual ACES Awards Day event.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet May 26

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special meeting at 9 a.m. Friday, May 26, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building on the NMSU Las Cruces Campus, 1780 East University Avenue.

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Pontelli named dean of Arts and Sciences college at NMSU Head and shoulders of a man

A New Mexico State University Regents professor with nearly two decades of service to the university was selected to become dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Enrico Pontelli has accepted the appointment after serving as interim dean of the college since February of last year.

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NMSU College of ACES evaluates agricultural science center system Three men sitting at a table.

Public concern regarding New Mexico State University potentially closing two agricultural science centers has stimulated the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences to conduct a self-evaluation of the 12 centers around the state.

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Arrowhead Center at NMSU launches new accelerator for NM startups

Do you have an idea for a business that will be based in New Mexico and plans to sell products or services outside the state?

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New Mexico State University to host NMSU Bound event at Mesilla Valley Mall

WHAT: New Mexico State University will host an NMSU Bound event for local high school seniors who have been admitted to the NMSU Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU to offer free Lamaze classes this summer

Expectant mothers looking for the extra confidence and support they need to prepare for childbirth can take advantage of free Lamaze classes offered by the School of Nursing at New Mexico State University’s College of Health and Social Services.

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NMSU showcases young writers’ talents, new camp applications now open Three girls sitting in front of computer screens

New Mexico State University is accepting applications for its 2017 summer writing camps and also showcasing the works of young writers involved in last year’s program.

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Love of dance, NMSU inspires couple to support students People dancing in dance studio

Since the age of 5, Jan Morehead has had a deep love for dance, especially ballet and ballroom dance. That love has developed into a strong support of dance programs, especially the program at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center to host NIH SBIR funding workshop

The New Mexico Federal and State Technology Partnership Program, housed at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, will host a Small Business Innovation Research National Institute of Health funding workshop next month in Las Cruces.

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Daniels Fund Boundless Opportunity Scholarships help non-traditional NMSU students Woman stands outside.

After spending eight years in the U.S. Army, Danielle Bustos wasn’t sure what the next step in her life would be. With a little help from a local survey engineer in her hometown, the 29-year-old discovered a profession.

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Grateful NMSU alumnus pays it forward with engineering endowed scholarship Man’s head shot

Growing up in rural Kansas, Richard Aldridge knew he didn’t want to be a rancher or a farmer. So, after high school, he traded in the cold winters on the family ranch for New Mexico State University and sunny days in Las Cruces in 1961.

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Aggie Cupboard food pantry celebrates ‘Eat for Pete’ donation at new location

It was a passing of the torch of sorts this week when the New Mexico State University community gathered to celebrate the success of its second “Eat for Pete” campaign to fight food insecurity on campus.

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NMSU students to fill the Pan Am Center for commencement ceremonies this weekend Profile of blonde woman in graduation cap and gown

New Mexico State University commencement weekend kicks off with a hooding ceremony for doctoral candidates at the Pan American Center at 6 p.m. Friday, May 12.

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NMSU physics summer camp for Las Cruces 9-12th graders Group of students laughing engaged in an experiment at physics camp

New Mexico State University’s Society of Physics Students is organizing its annual summer camp to run from July 10-14.

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NMSU ROTC faculty and staff to receive tuition benefit Four men standing in front of brick building

For the first time, New Mexico State University’s Army and Air Force ROTC faculty and staff will be eligible for the university’s tuition remission program, allowing them to take classes at NMSU as part of their compensation package.

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NMSU’s Doña Ana County Cooperative Extension Service hosts new workshop

New Mexico State University’s Doña Ana County Cooperative Extension Service in conjunction with the NMSU-Fred Hutchinson Cancer Outreach Program is hosting a series of workshops dedicated to improving the health and quality of life of cancer survivors.

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NMSU business students compete in Daniels Fund Ethics case competition Five people in front of Daniels Foundation backdrop

New Mexico State University business students participated in the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative case competition in Denver.

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NMSU’s National Society of Minorities in Hospitality brings home awards Class of students standing in front of bridge

Scrapbooks, exhibits and banners all representing New Mexico State University won the National Society of Minorities in Hospitality club numerous awards at their national conference this semester.

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NMSU alumna’s legacy supports the Aggie athletes and scholars she loved

While she was a student at New Mexico State University, Brandy Streit worked on satellite tracking at the Physical Science Laboratory. When she wasn’t sitting in front of a computer, she could be found at an Aggie basketball game, sometimes joined by her parents, Ed and Sandy Streit, who would come from Roswell to travel with her to away games.

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Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, former NMSU Regent Laree Perez to receive honorary degrees Headshot of man in black suit jacket

Because of their inspirational examples of successful careers, their commitment to service and their generosity to New Mexico State University, Kevin Johnson, chief executive officer of Starbucks, and Laree Estes Perez, former NMSU Regent, will receive honorary degrees at NMSU commencement Saturday, May 13, at the Pan American Center. Johnson will be honored at the 9 a.m. ceremony, and Perez will be honored at the 2 p.m. ceremony.

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NMSU alumna receives prestigious Fulbright grant to teach in South Korea Woman standing by a tree

Tiffany Cox is quite familiar with studying in other countries. The New Mexico State University graduate and Artesia, New Mexico, native studied abroad in England and South Korea during her undergraduate career at NMSU.

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NMSU team earns top awards at national Model U.N. competition Group of students standing in front of globe statue

For the 11th year in a row, New Mexico State University’s Model United Nations team brought home high honors from the 2017 National Model U.N. Conference in New York City.

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NMSU entrepreneur teams win seed funding through LAUNCH competition

Two technology entrepreneurs were awarded substantial seed funding and other long-term support from New Mexico State University’s entrepreneurship and innovation hub, Arrowhead Center, during its annual LAUNCH competition, which wrapped up with a reception last week.

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NMSU Cooperative Extension trains landowners proper prescribed burn techniques Person in yellow jacket out on the range

Well before the emergence of humans on the planet, fire played a role in shaping vegetation. Evidence suggests fire may have been burning plants as early as 440 million years ago.

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NMSU’s Design Build Fly student team climbs to record finish Team members pose with aircraft.

In its eighth year competing in the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics’ Cessna/Raytheon Missile Systems Student Design Build Fly competition, the New Mexico State University flight crew recorded a program-best 42nd-place finish. The competition included 95 national and international teams and was held in Tucson, Arizona, April 20-23.

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