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Potential quorum notice of NMSU regents Jan. 21

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend the NMSU spring 2020 Convocation ceremony at 8:15 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Atkinson Recital Hall, Music Building, 1075 N. Horseshoe St., on the Las Cruces Campus.

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NMSUCCESS lecture series continues with focus on locally based food culture Man sitting in a dark room

Gary Nabhan has spent much of his adult life studying and celebrating the deep relationships between regional cultures and the fruits of the land, between biodiversity and cultural diversity, particularly in the arid Southwest region.

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NMSU programs recognized on 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Online rankings

U.S. News & World Report has ranked New Mexico State University programs on its Best Online Education Programs offered by U.S. National Universities.

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NMSU regents to convene in Carlsbad for meetings Jan. 16; potential quorum notice for tour

A potential quorum of the Board of Regents of New Mexico State University may occur as regents may attend a tour of the NMSU Carlsbad campus at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, at the Carlsbad campus, 1500 University Drive. No votes or other official actions will be taken by the NMSU Board of Regents.

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NMSU, NM Department of Health to offer diabetes cooking classes in Las Cruces

Next month, New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service will present a series of cooking classes designed to teach adults with diabetes how to cook healthy meals.

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Puppies raised by NMSU students now working as guide dogs Two dogs being held by students.

Two Labrador retrievers raised by a group of students at New Mexico State University are now working as certified guide dogs.

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NMSU to help develop state forest restoration program with $5 million grant Three people look at plants.

New Mexico State University, working in partnership with New Mexico Highlands University and the New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute, has been awarded a $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to establish the first comprehensive, New Mexico-based forestry research center in the Southwest.

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NMSU College of Arts and Sciences seeks nominations for ‘A Starry Night’ honors Four people standing holding awards

For the eighth year, New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences will host a gala fundraising event to recognize and honor businesses, community leaders and members of the faculty and staff for their contributions to the college and the university.

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Fant to retire as NMSU associate vice president, deputy provost Head and shoulders of a man

New Mexico State University Provost Carol Parker announced that Greg Fant, associate vice president and deputy provost, has decided to retire effective July 1.

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NMSU Grants celebrates new scholarship to help returning students

A new scholarship has been established at New Mexico State University Grants with a special focus on supporting students who have returned to university studies after a gap in their education.

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NMSU astronomy professor receives second NASA Exceptional Public Service Medal Woman holding a certificate standing between two men

New Mexico State University astronomy professor emerita Reta Beebe was recently honored by NASA for the second time. The 2019 award is for her service as the Planetary Data System liaison to the Cassini Project. Beebe received NASA’s Exceptional Public Service Medal for her work in coordinating archiving of the Cassini data set to optimize access for current and future users.

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NMSU Career Services to host 15th annual Career Connections Career Fair

With more than 100 employers registered, New Mexico State University students and alumni along with community members can attend the 15th annual Career Connections Fair Feb. 4-5. NMSU Career Services will host the two-day event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Corbett Center Student Union throughout the third floor.

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NMSU seeks participants for parental wellness program

Researchers from the College of Health and Social Services at New Mexico State University are recruiting couples to participate in a parental wellness program as part of a year-long study.

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NMSU, NM Hay Association to host conference in Ruidoso Jan. 30-31 Tracker bailing hay

RUIDOSO – Hay and forage fuels the livestock industry of New Mexico and the Southwest. It is critical for growers to produce a highly nutritional feed economically. Staying abreast of the latest advances in the hay industry is one way for growers to prosper.

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Preparing for the future theme of 2020 Southwest Beef Symposium in Amarillo

What’s in store for the future of food, and how beef producers can prepare for it, is the theme of the 2020 Southwest Beef Symposium.

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NMSU professor elected as board officer of national online learning organization Head and shoulders of a woman

Julia Parra, an assistant professor at New Mexico State University’s College of Education, has been elected to the board of the Online Learning Consortium. The OLC is a leading professional organization devoted to advancing the quality of digital learning worldwide.

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NMSU chemical engineering master’s student receives research fellowship Man’s headshot

From the very start of his engineering education at New Mexico State University, Joshua Gomez made the best of every opportunity that came his way. His hard work, passion for chemical engineering and research earned him a fellowship from the National GEM Consortium, tuition for his master’s degree, a stipend for other expenses and two summers of experience conducting research at a national laboratory.

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NMSU alum creates endowed scholarship in computer science

One of New Mexico State University’s Distinguished Alumni for 2019 has created an endowed a scholarship for computer science students in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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NMSU students win awards for research at National Diversity in STEM Conference Group of men and women

Four New Mexico State University students in the College of Arts and Sciences were honored at the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) awards at The 2019 National Diversity in STEM Conference in Honolulu in November. The awards recognize the next generation of underrepresented researchers and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) leaders while also giving visibility to their research and schools.

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NMSU’s New Mexico Chile Conference set for Feb. 3-4 in new location Chile Conference logo

Registration is now open for the world’s largest conference dedicated to chile peppers. The 2020 New Mexico Chile Conference hosted by New Mexico State University’s Chile Pepper Institute runs from Feb. 3-4 and will be in a new location at the Las Cruces Convention Center.

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NMSU researchers, extension specialists looking at electricity to control weeds Weeds in grass

A researcher in New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences is leading the efforts in understanding the biology of what’s happening inside weeds and trees as electricity is being used to safely and effectively kill them.

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NMSU studying ponderosa pine tree seed sources for future forest management Man standing among pine trees

MORA – A warmer, drier climate is predicted to be the norm for the already historically arid forests of the Southwest.

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NMSU Library dean transitions to new role

Elizabeth Titus, dean of the Library at New Mexico State University, will transition to a new position at the beginning of the spring 2020 semester when she assumes the role of senior administrator in the Provost’s Office, NMSU Provost Carol Parker announced.

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NMSU’s annual concrete school set for Jan. 10-11

The College of Engineering at New Mexico State University, in partnership with the New Mexico Ready Mix Concrete and Aggregates Association, will host concrete training for the construction industry Jan. 10-11. The 56th annual Samuel P. Maggard Quality Concrete School is designed for concrete professionals, contractors, professional engineers and students.

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Unique project offers fans chance to own piece of NMSU’s Lou Henson Court Handcrafted pen

For 24 years Aggie sports fans had the opportunity to see many thrilling moments and championship games on the court inside the Pan American Center. Now fans can own a piece of New Mexico State University’s Lou Henson Court following an exclusive agreement with local Las Cruces company, Triple D Woodworks, to handcraft 1,000 limited edition pens.

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Generous gift to impact early childhood research at NMSU Woman standing by a desk

Beginning next summer, New Mexico State University will house a research center that will make a positive impact on early childhood education in New Mexico and globally.

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NMSU receives a grant to begin work on a botanic garden Drawn design of botanic garden

New Mexico State University will soon have the only botanic garden in New Mexico within 100 miles thanks to a grant from the Stanley Smith Horticulture Trust to the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. The money will go toward building a public garden that also supports ornamental horticulture research.

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Daniels Fund Boundless Opportunity Scholarship helps NMSU staff member graduate Woman holds a framed certificate.

Joyelle Owens was shocked to discover she needed only two courses to complete her bachelor’s degree. She will graduate from New Mexico State University Saturday, Dec. 14, after taking classes intermittently since 1993.

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Eight NMSU students honored as outstanding graduates Photo collage

The New Mexico State University Alumni Association will honor its fall 2019 Outstanding Graduates at a luncheon today at the Danny Villanueva Victory Club in the NMSU Stan Fulton Athletic Center.

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NMSU to offer hybrid master food preserver certification course Woman using pressure canner valve

The New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service is offering a master food preserver certification course for people interested in becoming certified master food preserver volunteers.

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