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NMSU, NMDA experts offer advice on conserving pest control safety gear during COVID-19 Gloves on top of a box and on a table

During the current COVID-19 pandemic, there is a massive ongoing need for gloves and N-95 masks for medical and health care workers. At the same time, pest management is one of many other fields that also have strict safety requirements necessitating the use of personal protective equipment.

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NMSU to host July 30 webinar on marketing beef directly to consumers Cattle being driven in grass pasture

Interest in direct marketing of beef to consumers has increased since the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the retail food supply chain.

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NMSU part of multi-university network to promote cyber expertise Head and shoulders of a man

New Mexico State University is among the institutions participating in a three-year National Science Foundation-funded project to promote cyber expertise among research universities, community colleges, minority-serving institutions and other organizations in the Southwest.

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NMSU, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico partner to expand health care workforce A nursing student works in a lab.

Through a $500,000 gift to New Mexico State University’s College of Health and Social Services, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico will play a pivotal role in expanding the workforce of nurses and social workers in New Mexico.

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NMSU alumna’s chapbook published after winning national award Woman smiling

Brooke Sahni graduated from New Mexico State University in 2019 with her master of fine arts degree in creative writing. She wrote her 38-page book of poems titled “Divining” while working on her thesis at NMSU. After winning the 2019 Orison Chapbook Prize, the company published her work in early July 2020.

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Camarena appointed dean of NMSU William Conroy Honors College A headshot of a man.

Phame Camarena, a first-generation college student and native Californian, has been selected to lead the William Conroy Honors College at New Mexico State University.

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New experimental rangeland productivity forecast tool expands to the southwest region Cattle grazing

Every spring, ranchers face the same difficult challenge of trying to guess how much grass will be available for livestock to graze during the upcoming season.

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NMSU Center for Academic Advising and Student Support to host virtual career success workshop series in July Title page of powerpoint

New Mexico State University’s Center for Academic Advising and Student Support will continue to host its virtual career success workshop series through the month of July. The workshops will aim to help students be prepared to enter the job market during the COIVD-19 pandemic.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center working with City of Las Cruces Economic Development to create local business accelerators People participating in a Zoom teleconference

New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center will offer two free business accelerators designed to help Las Cruces businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Las Cruces BizSprint will run two eight-week sessions for 30 local companies in the late summer and fall, and will focus on best practices in business management and e-commerce training.

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NMSU’s CMI animation and visual effects program among top 25 in U.S. Women smiling with animation on her shoulder

The “Animation Career Review” ranks New Mexico State University’s animation and visual effects program 22 among the country’s public animation schools and colleges for 2020. The Creative Media Institute program also ranks sixth among the top 10 animation schools in the Southwest.

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NMSU asks cattle producers to participate in bull management survey Dirty white bull ear tag 225

Calling all ranchers! Your help is needed.

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NMSU grad student, teacher rises to challenges, makes a difference in community Man standing outside with sash and robe over his shoulder

With hopes to wipe out the negative preconceptions that some students have toward people with disabilities, a New Mexico State University graduate with physical challenges has been teaching sixth-grade social studies at Zia Middle School in Las Cruces for the last three years.

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New Mexico 4-H state conference goes virtual Seven youth in green jackets

Thinking out of the box is the new norm since the arrival of COVID-19.

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NMSU engineering graduate awarded National Science Foundation fellowship Head and shoulders of man

Ryan Quintana found his passion for research as an undergraduate student at New Mexico State University. The Santa Fe, New Mexico, native earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in May 2020 and is a recipient of a highly-competitive 2020 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

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Chevron to provide support for NMSU STEM programs, scholarships Woman and man talking.

New Mexico State University STEM programs and scholarships in southeastern New Mexico have received a boost with a generous donation from Chevron’s Mid-Continent Business Unit. NMSU’s colleges of Engineering and Education, along with the NMSU Carlsbad campus, each received funding from the $99,000 gift.

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NMSU regents to hold special meeting July 18

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special meeting at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 18. 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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Ketelaar named acting dean of NMSU Honors College Head and shoulders of a man wearing glasses

Tim Ketelaar, associate dean of the William Conroy Honors College at New Mexico State University, will serve as acting dean for the college effective July 16.

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NMSU Dean Flores named Institute of Food Technologist Fellow Man with glasses sitting at desk

Rolando A. Flores, dean and chief administrative officer of New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, has been recognized for his contribution to the advancement of the field of food science and technology regionally, nationally and globally.

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NMSU’s American Indian Program collects items to support Crownpoint community Trunk full of boxes of diapers

When Michael Ray, director of New Mexico State University’s American Indian Program, found out a community was in need, he didn’t waste any time gathering resources or making the necessary trips to deliver them.

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New interim Black Programs director seeks to enhance resources for NMSU students Portrait of woman

When Kimberly York moved to Las Cruces in 2015 from Cleveland, one of the first things she did was contact the Black Programs office at New Mexico State University about opportunities to volunteer. After years of mentoring and volunteer work, York recently stepped into a new role as the interim director of Black Programs, effective July 1. York comes to NMSU with a background in clinical social work, nonprofit leadership, and youth development.

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NMSU STEM Outreach Center awarded $2.7 million for community learning centers

New Mexico State University’s STEM Outreach Center recently received $2.7 million from the New Mexico Public Education Department to fund out-of-school-time STEM programs in the Las Cruces and Gadsden school districts for one year.

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KRWG to showcase NMSU CMI students’ pandemic films July 9, 11, 12 Head and shoulders of a woman

Ilana Lapid’s film students were halfway through the spring semester when the worldwide pandemic hit and the New Mexico State University campus transitioned to online instruction. Students in Lapid’s Border Documentary Film Production and the Social Impact of Film classes were left wondering what to do next. Three students had filmed enough material to complete their border-themed documentaries. The rest were forced to abandon those projects and come up with something new.

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NMSU continues temporary suspension of workouts for student-athletes

New Mexico State University will continue its temporary suspension of student-athlete workouts as additional COVID-19 test results are gathered. Last week, the university suspended workouts at the recommendation of the University Athletics team doctor after six student-athletes and a sports performance staff member tested positive for the virus.

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Department of Energy renews funding for NMSU-administered Carlsbad environmental monitoring facility Woman laying on table under device.

Continuing a relationship that began in 1991, the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management, Carlsbad Field Office, has renewed a grant to New Mexico State University. The project value is $14,470,270, with a five-year project period. Administered by the NMSU College of Engineering, environmental monitoring will be performed at the Carlsbad Environmental Monitoring and Research Center.

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NMSU welcomes Anna, Age Eight Institute

On July 1, New Mexico State University will be home to the Anna, Age Eight Institute, which seeks to prevent adverse childhood experiences among New Mexico’s children.

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NMSU gets state funding to digitize and create maps of water rights Man smiling

Although New Mexico relies on both groundwater and surface water to supply the needs of the state, about 87 percent of the public water supply comes from groundwater, that is, water held in underground aquifers. But who owns that water?

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NMSU temporarily closes O’Donnell Hall to repair fire damage The exterior of a building of O’Donnell Hall at New Mexico State University

New Mexico State University has temporarily closed O’Donnell Hall on the Las Cruces campus to begin repairing damage caused by early morning fire reported Monday, July 6.

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NMSU Library to begin pilot curbside pickup service July 6 Exterior of building.

The New Mexico State University Library will begin a pilot service for curbside pickup Monday, July 6. The free service for NMSU faculty, staff and students will run through the end of the July and offers access to general circulation items located in Zuhl and Branson libraries.

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NMSU collaborates on new career-building contests for youth A female student gives a speech.

New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, in collaboration with the New Mexico State Fair Commission, has developed two new contests for youth to showcase their public-speaking and scientific-reasoning skills.

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Activities in NMSU’s Coca-Cola Weight Training Center temporarily suspended

Activities in New Mexico State University’s Coca-Cola Weight Training Center have been temporarily suspended. The university made the decision at the recommendation of the University Athletics team doctor after six student-athletes and a sports performance staff member tested positive for COVID-19. The university is working to identify other NMSU students and personnel who may have come in contact with those who tested positive. The facility will reopen after further testing can be completed.

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