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NMSU regents to hold special meeting Aug. 27

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special meeting at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 27. Due to public health emergency mandates issued by New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, the meeting will be webcast only. In compliance with the Open Meetings Act, copies of the agenda will be made available 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 Extension producing twice monthly gardening webinar series beginning Sept. 2 Back of a woman in green shirt sitting and working in garden

The interest in gardening has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic as people find time available while staying at home.

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NMSU Dining Services debuts new campus dining option, The Stache food cart Two people standing outside of a crimson and white food cart

New Mexico State University students, staff and faculty looking for a quick bite to eat on the Las Cruces campus will now only have to look for the crimson and white mustache on wheels for an easy new dining option.

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Tucumcari researchers make the most of limited water

In the semiarid climate of northeastern New Mexico, farmers and ranchers have no guarantee of water for their crops or livestock. In the Tucumcari area, dry weather patterns can mean little or no rain for fields, and inadequate rain to replenish reservoirs that feed farmers’ irrigation canals.

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NMSU, NMDOH partner to provide free COVID-19 testing Aug. 25-27, Sept. 1-3 people standing with covid testing equipment

New Mexico State University is continuing efforts to ensure a safe return to campus with free testing for faculty, staff and students participating in on-campus, face-to-face classes or living in residence housing.

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NMSU students back on campus for first time since March Man in mask talking to students wearing masks

Thousands of NMSU students returned to the New Mexico State University campus on Wednesday, Aug. 19, with typical excitement to begin the fall 2020 semester. But this first day of classes was unlike any other fall semester.

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NMSU honors student awarded Phi Eta Sigma scholarship Head and shoulders of a woman

Lorena Casiano, a genetics and biotechnology major at New Mexico State University, has been awarded a scholarship from the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society.

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NMSU Provost names new College of Education interim dean Woman wearing a gray dress standing in front of a building

Susan Brown, who has been serving as interim dean of the College of Education at New Mexico State University for the past two years, will transition to a new position Sept. 1, when she assumes the role of senior academic administrator, NMSU Provost Carol Parker announced today.

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NMSU installs vending machines stocked with COVID-19 safety supplies

While snacks, beverages and ice-cold water have been staples of vending machines positioned all over New Mexico State University’s Las Cruces campus, new machines installed last week will offer another campus necessity – face masks and supplies designed to make it easier for faculty, staff and students to do their part to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

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NMSU’s Aggie Pathway helps students transition from community colleges, celebrates first graduates Man sits at a table outside.

In 2016 the Aggie Pathway program was launched to help students at New Mexico State University’s community colleges fulfill the requirements to transfer to the NMSU Las Cruces campus in pursuit of bachelor’s degrees.

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NMSU invites students, employers to virtual career fair Sept. 15-16 Exterior of Corbett Center

New Mexico State University’s Office of Experiential Learning will host the 36th annual Career Expo from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15 and Wednesday, Sept. 16. Career Expo is co-sponsored with the College of Engineering and attracts a great number of employers from across the U.S. including Fortune 500 companies.

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NMSU upgrades classroom technology to support hybrid learning A man stands on a ladder.

In preparation for the upcoming fall semester, New Mexico State University is working to transform learning environments to minimize the spread of COVID-19. As part of this effort, NMSU has outfitted dozens of classrooms and lecture halls across the Las Cruces campus with new technology that enables simultaneous in-person and remote learning experiences.

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NMSU to receive $130,000 in equipment to bolster COVID-19 testing capability Color photo of a building

New Mexico State University has signed a memorandum of understanding with the State of New Mexico to add two new pieces of equipment worth $130,000 to the testing lab on campus.

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NMSU begins search for VP-level diversity leader

New Mexico State University President John Floros has appointed a search committee to identify candidates for a new vice president position that will lead initiatives in equity, diversity and inclusion.

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NMSU Art Museum to host ‘Pregnancy and Loss’ panel discussion Aug. 22 Head shots of four people

The New Mexico State University Art Museum will host a live panel discussion, “Pregnancy and Loss,” to provide an opportunity for community parents who have experienced loss. The discussion will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22 on the Zoom video conferencing platform.

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NMSU TRIO STEM-H Student Support Services Program receives $1.2 million in funding Exterior of campus reflected in window.

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a $1.2 million grant to the New Mexico State University TRIO STEM-H Student Support Services Program. The grant will continue to fund services for students through 2025.

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Essential student research training goes virtual amid COVID-19 pandemic Fourteen individuals pose for a group photo in a Zoom video meeting

At the end of each Spring Semester, students across the country start gearing up for summer research internships and experiences at institutions across the nation. But for many of these students, the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the cancellation of these valuable summer programs.

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NMSU reminds campus visitors that masks, social distancing are required Four masked students walking

New Mexico State University’s Las Cruces campus continues to allow community members to access outdoor spaces for walking, exercising and enjoying the sunshine, but university leaders are reminding visitors to all NMSU system campuses that they must comply with state public health orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and that closing campus is an option if needed.

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New faces join NMSU’s Curry County Extension office Six photos on a computer screen

CLOVIS – There is a new team of New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service professionals serving Curry County.

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NMSU announces community college restructuring for Alamogordo, Carlsbad and Grants

New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu announced a series of broad organizational changes today for NMSU Alamogordo, NMSU Carlsbad and NMSU Grants. While the mission of each campus will remain the same, the three community colleges will undergo administrative restructuring and other adjustments to transition into a more integrated system of branch campuses. The moves will allow NMSU to better serve each of these communities, with added programming from the NMSU main campus, but at a lower cost to taxpayers. At this time, the changes will not affect NMSU’s Doña Ana Community College.

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NMSU facilitates Aligning Our AgriFuture project for Los Ranchos community Logo for Aligning Our AgriFuture

The Village of Los Ranchos was incorporated in 1958, inspired by a desire to preserve a rural lifestyle, with open fields, unencumbered views and active cultivation of the land.

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New NMSU Physical Science Lab director aims to create new opportunities Man sitting at his office desk.

Retired Army Brig. Gen. Eric L. Sanchez believes teamwork and trust are two important components to leading an organization. Sanchez plans to apply that philosophy as the new director of New Mexico State University’s Physical Science Laboratory.

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NMSU psychology professor researches brain’s ‘ready to remember’ mode Graphic of the brain

What if students were able to turn on their brains to make sure they remember when learning something new? That future may be built on current research of a New Mexico State University psychology professor.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center signs agreement with Minerva Robotics to bring gourmet tortillas to the masses Company logo and photo of a hand holding a taco

When new technology meets ancient and revered culinary traditions, even classic handmade foods can be improved upon and made more efficiently.

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NMSU Extension publication dispels concern about murder hornet in New Mexico Black wasp with orange wings

Rest easy: The large wasp dubbed a “murder hornet” by the media is not murderous to humans. Nor is it found in New Mexico, according to New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service specialists.

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NMSU adds new digital literacy class for Las Cruces campus students

New Mexico State University will introduce a new course this fall focused entirely on digital literacy for students interested in learning the fundamentals of using electronic devices for personal and academic needs.

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Two NMSU professors selected for NSF program director appointments Head and shoulders of a man

New Mexico State University professors Michael Hout, psychology associate professor, and Tiziana Giorgi, mathematical sciences professor, will be spending the next year, with the option of a second year in Alexandria, Virginia, working as program directors for the National Science Foundation.

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NMSU Pride band plays on with the help of student-designed masks Students playing instruments while wearing gray masks

New Mexico State University’s Pride of New Mexico Marching Band, known as “The World’s Most Dangerous Marching Band,” may now be the world’s safest, after a student created two different types of masks that allow members to continue playing the music they love while still reducing the spread of COVID-19.

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NMSU, NMDOH partner to provide free COVID-19 testing for resident students Group of people wearing scrubs and masks

New Mexico State University, in collaboration with the New Mexico Department of Health, is providing free COVID-19 testing for incoming out-of-state resident students who are currently undergoing the 14-day quarantine required by the state of New Mexico.

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NMSU engineering grant to focus on first-generation, low-income student success Man’s head shot

As a land-grant institution, as well as a Hispanic-Serving Institution, New Mexico State University’s principle goals are to enhance student success and social mobility. A recently awarded $2.1 million National Science Foundation grant to the College of Engineering is directly aimed at achieving that, helping first-generation, low-income students succeed in engineering.

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