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New Mexico State 4-H officers elected for 2019-2020 Group of students pose on stairs.

In the few months since the 2019-2020 New Mexico State 4-H officers have been elected the group has traveled to the nation’s capital and started planning leadership activities. The annual New Mexico State 4-H conference, held at New Mexico State University in July, is for senior 4-H students from around the state to attend workshops, lectures and guest speaker presentations.

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NMSU, consortium partners awarded $100 million grant to tackle nation’s water challenges Woman looks at a vial

New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering is part of a team that was awarded a U.S. Department of Energy five-year, $100 million grant to create the Energy-Water Desalination Hub to address water security issues.

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NMSU Career Services to host 21st annual Graduate and Professional School Fair

New Mexico State University’s Career Services will host the 21st annual Graduate and Professional School Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1 at Corbett Center Student Union first floor.

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NMSU researcher launches study on strategically-timed tillage A tractor tills a field.

Can strategically-timed tillage improve the efficiency of no-till farming in the semiarid region? That’s a question one researcher from the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University is hoping to answer with a new study.

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NMSU climate change series to focus on statewide strategies in panel discussion Oct. 2 Head and shoulders of a woman

According to the Fourth National Climate Assessment, average annual temperature across the Southwest United States increased 1.6 degrees between 1901 and 2016, and further increases are forecast for the future.

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KRWG team wins joint Rocky Mountain Emmy Award for lifestyle series Photo of three men posing with award.

A team from KRWG Public Media at New Mexico State University has won a highly competitive Rocky Mountain Emmy Award for its half-hour “Newsmakers-Best of Living Here” show.

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Paul W. Klipsch Museum at NMSU open to the public Oct. 4 Man works on audio systems

Audiophiles can have a rare tour and demonstration of the revolutionary speaker technology developed by Paul Wilbur Klipsch at New Mexico State University from 1 to 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4.

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NMSU posts strong graduate school enrollment gains for fall 2019

New Mexico State University’s Graduate School saw an 18 percent increase in new students for the fall 2019 semester and the first overall enrollment gains for the grad school in the past decade. In all, 2,621 students were enrolled in the NMSU Graduate School this semester. The increase played an important role in stabilizing the university’s overall enrollment this year.

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NMSU’s Chicano Programs to sponsor immigration talk for Hispanic Serving Institutions Week Head and shoulders of a woman

New Mexico State University’s Chicano Programs will sponsor a talk by Megan Finno-Velasquez, an assistant professor at the School of Social Work and director of the Center on Immigration and Child Welfare at NMSU in Albuquerque, during Hispanic Serving Institutions Week, which runs Sept. 17-23.

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NSF awards NMSU $5 million for Phase II of smart grid research Group of people standing

The National Science Foundation recently awarded New Mexico State University a second $5 million dollar grant to fund Phase II of collaborative smart grid research. The grant will help researchers build on success of the program over the past five years, which resulted in publication of 150 peer-reviewed papers.

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NMSU to host pollinator workshop at Alcalde Sept. 24 Bee on a flower

ALCALDE – Native bees and other insect pollinators are vital to many aspects of agriculture as they transfer pollen from flower to flower of a crop. However, pollinators are under extreme pressure from various threats that will have long term effects on their livelihoods and our landscape.

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Potential quorum notice of NMSU regents for Sept. 18-21

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend the following events between Sept. 18-21, 2019:

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AmeriZao jujube fruit tasting workshop slated for Oct.1 at Alcalde People standing around a table eating

ALCALDE – Have you ever tasted a AmeriZao? It has the texture of an apple, but not the tartness. It can also taste like a date. This fruit of many flavors is the American jujube, also known as Chinese dates, that have been propagated and tested by New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

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NMSU-based NM FAST program awarded fifth year of funding

The New Mexico Federal and State Technology Partnership Program, housed at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, was one of just 24 universities and organizations nationwide to receive a FAST grant this year from the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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NMSU researchers determining amount of water needed to raise wine grapes Two men looking at a grapevine.

BERNALILLO – How much water does it take to grow wine grapes?

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NMSU ACES representatives participate in 2019 Chihuahua Agro Expo Group photo of NMSU representatives and prospective students.

The New Mexico State University College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences participated in the 2019 Chihuahua Agro Expo in August in Chihuahua City, Chihuahua, Mexico, to meet with interested prospective students.

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Potential quorum notice of NMSU regents Sept. 14

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend the NMSU vs. San Diego State University football game at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, at Aggie Memorial Stadium, Las Cruces Campus, 1815 Wells St., Las Cruces.

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Late NMSU historian’s archive donated to museum Head and shoulders of a man in profile

Clarence Fielder, history professor emeritus at New Mexico State University and teacher in Las Cruces Public Schools for more than 50 years who died in 2015 was a much-loved educator. He was also a passionate preservation advocate who led restoration efforts for Phillips Chapel Christian Methodist Episcopal (C.M.E.), the first African American Church in Las Cruces.

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NMSU rodeo season opener scheduled for Saturday in Arizona Woman ropes a bull.

The New Mexico State University rodeo team is back in action for fall 2019. The season opener will take place Saturday, Sept. 14, at Dine College in Tsaile, Arizona.

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Aggie Shark Tank Gearing Up to Showcase and Launch New Businesses Group of people standing on a stage

The fifth annual Aggie Shark Tank, sponsored by the Hunt Center for Entrepreneurship and hosted by Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University, will be held on Thursday, Oct. 3 at the ASNMSU Center for the Arts, 1000 E. University Avenue in Las Cruces. The event allows NMSU student and alumni entrepreneurs to pitch their business ideas to local and national “sharks” for the chance to gain investment or other types of assistance to help their business grow.

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NMSU stabilizes enrollment, posts increase in system headcount A photo of NMSU leaders speaking with students.

The New Mexico State University system has posted an increase in overall student enrollment numbers – the first such increase since 2010. The NMSU system includes its campuses in Las Cruces, Alamogordo, Carlsbad, Grants and around Doña Ana County.

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NMSU anthropology students explore, excavate, share findings at conference Group photo of men and women posing picture outside

It’s nothing like a day in the life of Indiana Jones, but New Mexico State University students can experience a day in the life of a real archaeologist at NMSU’s annual Archaeological Field School. This year’s six-week summer dig revealed more secrets about a curious structure at the South Diamond Creek Pueblo in the Gila National Forest –– a large ceremonial gathering place called a “Great Kiva.”

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NMSU to host Rio Grande Heritage Festival at Los Lunas science center Two men standing with a chile roaster between them

LOS LUNAS – Agriculture has been the backbone of the Middle Rio Grande Valley for as long as humans have lived in the area. Cultural traditions are centered around the raising and use of the harvested crop.

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NMSU ranks as national top tier university Campus reflected in glass.

According to the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges for 2020 National Universities rankings, New Mexico State University has been recognized as a top tier university for the seventh time in the last eight years.

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NMSU professor inducted into ASHS’s 2019 class of fellows Head and shoulders of a man

Rolston St. Hilaire, head of the Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Interim Head of Extension and Plant Sciences and a professor within the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University has been inducted into the American Society for Horticulture Science’s 2019 class of Fellows.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center’s AgAssembly unites AgSprint teams in front of industry leaders Woman seated in a chair on stage smiling

Early in August, a cohort of teams in the New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center AgSprint program, a five-month venture builder for innovators in agriculture, food, energy and the environment, gathered to discuss their progress and to ready themselves for this month’s AgAssembly event.

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NMSU Honors College welcomes two new faculty affiliates Woman seated at a desk behind books and papers

The William Conroy Honors College at New Mexico State University is welcoming two new affiliated faculty members who will work with honors students and help with community outreach.

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NMSU to host FSPCA certification courses for food manufacturing industry professionals

New Mexico State University will host two hybrid training and certification courses designed for food and beverage manufacturing industry professionals.

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NMSU College of Engineering programs receive renewed accreditation Exterior of a building

The College of Engineering at New Mexico State University has just received reaccreditation for bachelor’s degree programs in civil engineering, electrical and computer engineering, engineering physics, chemical and materials engineering, industrial engineering and mechanical and aerospace engineering by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, the global accreditor of college and university programs in applied and natural science, computing, engineering and engineering technology.

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NMSU alumnus Frank Seidel to be recognized as first inductee of NMSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame Man in a suit standing

New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center and Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies are pleased to announce the launch of the NMSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame. Its first inductee, who will be recognized during Homecoming events in October, is NMSU alum Frank Seidel, president of Seidel Technologies.

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