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Aggie Memorial ceremony to be held May 1 Logo of a candle.

New Mexico State University will host the annual Aggie Memorial ceremony to remember NMSU students, employees and alumni who have died in the past year. The ceremony will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 1, at the Spiritual Center. The ceremony, which is in its seventh year, is open to the public.

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NMSU Model U.N. team awarded highest honor at national conference Model UN team holding award

For the 13th year, the New Mexico State University’s Model United Nations team picked up top honors during their National Model U.N. Conference in New York City.

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NMSU professor awarded $1.48 million to study key to cancer drug’s resistance Man in a white coat in lab holding items under glass

Tamoxifen has been used for more than 40 years to treat early stage, locally advanced and metastatic breast cancers. It may be beneficial for many patients, but it doesn’t work for everyone.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet May 10

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a regular meeting at 9:30 a.m. Friday, May 10, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building, Las Cruces Campus, 1780 East University Avenue, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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Michael Ray receives NMSU’s spring 2019 ‘A’ Mountain staff award

The New Mexico State University “A” Mountain staff award recognizes an NMSU staff member who demonstrates the core values of leadership, excellence, access, diversity and inclusion and student-centered.

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DACC student teams up with Studio G to launch new competitive soccer club

New Mexico State University’s student business accelerator, Studio G, is helping a local soccer player and entrepreneur bring opportunity to the Mesilla Valley, both for athletes and fans. Football Club (FC) Grande starts its second season in May 2019, bringing to the area exciting matches for fans and chances for players to explore higher levels of the sport.

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NMSU search committee selects two finalists for DACC president

A search committee at New Mexico State University has selected two finalists in the nationwide search for the next president of Doña Ana Community College. The finalists will visit the DACC campus and hold forums with students, faculty, staff and community members Tuesday, April 30, and Wednesday, May 1, in Las Cruces.

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NMSU journalism students get first hand experience through military media exercise Group of people standing together

Six New Mexico State University journalism students recently spent the day with high-ranking officers at Fort Bliss. They were part of a cooperative effort between Joint Task Force North at Fort Bliss in El Paso and the Department of Journalism and Media Studies in NMSU’s College of Arts and Sciences.

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Remembering 50 years of the Pan American Center at NMSU’s Founders Day Friday Exterior view of the Pan American Center

New Mexico State University’s fifth annual Founders Day celebration will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, April 26, at the Traders Plaza, located south of the Business Complex.

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Award-winning playwright, long-time NMSU professor Mark Medoff dies at 79 Man smiling in a suit and tie

If Mark Medoff’s impact on New Mexico State University and the city of Las Cruces and everyone who knew him could be measured, it would be by the way he lived, the way he taught and the way he wrote – with heart.

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Potential quorum notice for NMSU’s Founders Day April 26

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend the Founders Day celebration from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, April 26, at Traders Plaza on the Las Cruces campus, 1305 N. Horseshoe Street, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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Las Cruces middle schoolers learn ‘Street Law’ from NMSU professors Professors teach middle school students

Students at Lynn Middle School have spent Friday mornings almost every week for the past semester engaged in “Street Law” classes, learning about topics such as civil, family, and criminal law from New Mexico State University criminal justice faculty.

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NMSU environmental engineers examine new method for wastewater treatment, reuse Headshot of a woman wearing a hardhat and sunglasses

A team of New Mexico State University graduate students and Environmental Engineering Professors Nirmala Khandan and Pei Xu are developing a novel water treatment process that could render municipal wastewater into drinking water and at the same time produce algal biomass for biofuel and fertilizer.

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NMSU exhibition displays ancient Mimbres pottery in ‘Living In Sacred Continuum’ Woman holding Mimbres pottery in with video camera on her and monitor of pottery design next to her

Spectacular pottery designed and crafted by people of the Mimbres Valley and surrounding areas from A.D. 1000 to 1130 will be on display at the American Indian Student Center at New Mexico State University from April 26 through December 15 as part of the exhibition titled “Living In Sacred Continuum.” A panel of Native American artists will share interpretations about the pottery’s designs during a panel discussion from 1-4 p.m. Friday, April 26 at the American Indian Student Center.

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NMSU College of Business to honor alumni, national labs at Hall of Fame

The College of Business at New Mexico State University will celebrate the contributions of its alumni and industry partners during its annual Hall of Fame ceremony at 6 p.m. Friday, April 26, at the Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E. University Ave.

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NMSU student’s exhibit showcases insects and their impact on art, culture Butterfly

Spring has finally begun which means butterflies will be fluttering around, bees will be buzzing by and beetles will be scurrying around. But have you ever stopped to think about how they’ve impacted art and culture?

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NMSU to host New Mexico Indian Livestock Days in Albuquerque May 7-9 Artwork – yellow circle NMIL in middle

ALBUQUERQUE – Sheep quality assurance and a large animal rescue demonstration highlight a broad array of topics at the New Mexico Indian Livestock Days, May 7-9, at the Route 66 Casino and Hotel, I-40 west of Albuquerque.

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NMSU students to present thesis art projects at University Art Gallery Art of dog with fence in front of it.

The University Art Gallery will present two new exhibitions: “dis-continuum: 2019 MFA Thesis Exhibition,” featuring the work of Master of Fine Art candidates Cleo Arevalo and Fernando Enriquez; and “Reveries: 2019 BFA Thesis Exhibition,” featuring work by Bachelor of Fine Arts Candidates Debbie Jo Baxter, Angelica Jones, Bernadette Larimer, Raquel Madrigal, Saul Ramirez and Carissa Staples.

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NMSU signs agreement with Sandia National Laboratories, creates educational, research opportunities A man, woman, and two men stand in front of a banner

With the signing of a memorandum of understanding, New Mexico State University and Sandia National Laboratories have established a partnership to develop learning opportunities and coordinate education and research for the next decade.

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NMSU to host public health and policy conference April 12 A graphic of the conference agenda.

The Southwest Institute for Health Disparities Research, housed in the College of Health and Social Services at New Mexico State University, will host a public health and policy conference Friday, April 12, at the Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU to host state’s first hemp conference May 23-24

New Mexico State University will offer the state’s first-ever workshop for industrial hemp producers in May.

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NMSU to host Two Nations One Water Summit April 23-25

Water scarcity is a critical issue for New Mexico, Texas and Mexico, and the Two Nations One Water U.S.-Mexico Border Water Summit 2019 will address this challenge and more at the April 23-25 event at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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NMSU Extension, community collaborate to address food insecurity Woman handing bag

LOS LUNAS – New Mexico is ranked 50th in the nation regarding food insecurity with the highest percentage of its residents not having consistent access to enough food for an active, healthy life.

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New Mexico nurse honored at NMSU A man standing next to a plaque on the wall.

A three-time New Mexico State University graduate, Suzan Reeder Rogers, is now a new face and legacy added to the School of Nursing’s Wall of Excellence.

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Searching for a job in education? NMSU to host job fair April 29

With the conclusion of the school year approaching, the 45th annual Educators’ Job Fair at New Mexico State University will give candidates job hunting a chance to meet with multiple school districts. NMSU Career Services will host the event from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 29, at Corbett Center Student Union on the third floor.

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NMSU Multicultural Research Symposium to highlight diversity, inclusion in the Borderland

The New Mexico State University College of Education’s Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology and the college’s Diversity Council are teaming up to host the 23rd annual Multicultural Research Symposium this week at O’Donnell Hall.

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15th annual J. Paul Taylor Social Justice Symposium to focus on Migrants Faces of two men, artist in front of his painting of a migrant worker.

“Justice for Migrants” is the theme of the 2019 J. Paul Taylor Social Justice Symposium April 11-12 at New Mexico State University. The symposium will feature panels of experts tackling the subjects dominating national news about the treatment of migrants on our southern border. The event is free and open to the public.

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Daniels Fund Boundless Opportunity Scholarship grant aids NMSU non-traditional students Woman standing

After health issues forced Araceli Vera to withdraw from the university as a sophomore, studying was a challenge when she returned to New Mexico State University. As a Daniels Fund Boundless Opportunity Scholarship recipient, Vera received not only financial assistance but also support such as workshops, one-on-one mentoring and financial literacy training.

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NMSU increases tuition, cites average out-of-pocket expenses for students have decreased over the past decade Student average annual out-of-pocket price.

Earlier today, the New Mexico State University Board of Regents approved a 6 percent tuition increase for the 2019-2020 academic year. University leaders showed that increases in scholarships and tuition discounts meant average out-of-pocket costs for more than 90 percent of students are now less than the expenses students faced 10 years ago. Additional revenue created by the increased tuition will allow the university to make several strategic investments to support employee compensation and student success.

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NMSU’s American Indian Week begins April 8 Jemez Dance group

The annual New Mexico State University American Indian Week will take place April 8-13.

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