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NMSU to host forage field day Sept. 21 at Los Lunas Tractor pulling hay bailer

LOS LUNAS – Forage crops are the foundation for the state’s largest agricultural industries, and provide the basis for the 3.2 billion livestock and milk production sectors.

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NMSU researcher continues research on organic peanuts A man speaks from a peanut field.

A peanut breeder at New Mexico State University’s Agricultural Science Center at Clovis is testing commercially available organic seed treatments and bacterial inoculants as part of ongoing research for peanut production.

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NMSU climate change seminar tackles landscape change in Chihuahuan Desert Hand holding plastic measuring tiny plant.

Nearly one third of the world’s land surface is threatened with desertification, a type of land degradation in which a relatively dry area becomes a desert. This vulnerability could impact up to 250 million people. New Mexico State University researchers in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Agriculture are finding long-term data showing dramatic changes in vegetation, and associated changes in air quality, wind and water erosion in the Chihuahuan Desert that can have implications for similar areas around the world.

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Electrical engineer’s research focused on making the power grid more reliable A scientist works with electrical equipment.

Olga Lavrova, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at New Mexico State University, is working to find ways to upgrade our aging power grid and deliver electricity more reliably. Her goal is to develop devices that work with renewable sources of energy and weather minor disruptions as well as more catastrophic events, such as hurricanes.

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NMSU TRIO Upward Bound builds a foundation for graduates Woman standing near an NMSU sign.

As an undergraduate student at New Mexico State University, Angelica Ruby Garcia didn’t consider attending medical school. It wasn’t until working at a hospital in El Paso, Texas, did the 2013 NMSU biochemistry graduate start thinking about another career path.

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Arrowhead-based NM FAST hosts SBA SBIR Road Tour visit to Albuquerque

The Small Business Administration’s Small Business Innovation Research Road Tour stopped in Albuquerque on Aug. 14 as part of the Southwest Tour, which also included stops in Tucson, Arizona; El Paso, Texas; and Boulder, Colorado.

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NMSU to host forest restoration field day at Mora research center Sept. 14 Three people looking at a pine tree seedling

MORA – In New Mexico’s northern forest, a group of foresters have organized the Forest Restoration Triangle, a collaboration of New Mexico State University’s John T. Harrington Forestry Research Center at Mora, the forestry program at New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas and the New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute, housed at NMHU.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet Sept. 4

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will have a working lunch, a closed session and a potential quorum Wednesday, Sept. 4.

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NMSU hosts visit from Sandia National Laboratories officials, opens new office space at PSL Four men standing.

After an official agreement was signed in April, the collaboration between New Mexico State University and Sandia National Laboratories has proceeded with the opening of a facility at NMSU’s Physical Science Laboratory in Anderson Hall.

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NMSU alumni recognized for distinguished careers, philanthropy and service

Continuing a time-honored Homecoming tradition, the New Mexico State University Alumni Association has selected recipients for the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Awards, the inaugural Young Alumni Service Award and the James F. Cole Memorial Award for Service.

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NMSU Career Services to host 35th annual Career Expo

With 130 employers registered, New Mexico State University students and alumni along with community members can attend the 35th annual Career Expo Fair Sept. 17-18. NMSU Career Services will host the two-day event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Corbett Center Student Union third floor.

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Pioneer NMSU horticulturist to be named to national agricultural hall of fame Head and shoulders of a man

Fabián García, a Mexican immigrant whose research at New Mexico State University helped influence agriculture nationwide, will be inducted this fall into the National Agricultural Center’s Hall of Fame in Kansas, joining the ranks of Thomas Jefferson, George Washington and Eli Whitney, among other notable contributors to agriculture.

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NMSU Fire Department hosts safety event, “After the Fire” film screening Two men standing side by side

Two men will make their third trip to New Mexico State University on Tuesday, Aug. 27 to share their inspiring story of survival as roommates caught in the devastating residence hall fire at Seton Hall University that killed three people.

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NMSU featured on Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics Campus reflected in glass.

In the August issue of The Hispanic Outlook on Education Magazine, New Mexico State University has been recognized on the Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics list.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet Sept. 4

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a regular meeting at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building, Las Cruces Campus, 1780 East University Avenue, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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NMSU music professor honored with International Horn Society award Head and shoulders of a woman

New Mexico State University horn professor Nancy Joy recently received the International Horn Society Service Medal of Honor. It is one of the top three awards the society gives to recognize its members. Joy was honored at the organization’s July symposium in Ghent, Belgium.

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Faculty, staff members honored during NMSU fall convocation ceremony Six people holding plaques

New Mexico State University honored its faculty and staff at the 2019 fall convocation ceremony Aug. 20 at NMSU’s Atkinson Recital Hall. Every fall and spring convocation is held to celebrate the start of a new semester.

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NMSU College of Education receives state help to fund scholarships for aspiring teachers

Faced with the rising number of teacher vacancies throughout New Mexico, state policy makers are addressing the issue by providing funds to help aspiring teachers pay for their college tuition.

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HRTM student explores wine, food industry in Italy Man sips wine from a wine glass.

This summer, New Mexico State University student Cordell Pacheco traveled more than 6,000 miles and crossed an ocean to learn about the wine and food industry in a way few students have experienced.

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NMSU design studio creates educational technology for national, international audiences Boy playing in front of an iPad being watched by a woman

Visitors walking into the Learning Games Lab inside Gerald Thomas Hall on the New Mexico State University campus will initially notice what looks like a small group of video game designers quietly working on designs and code for the next hit video game.

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NMSU and University of Washington students learn community health first-hand in rural NM Two women take a selfie in front of a sign denoting the New Mexico state line

Riding in the passenger seat of a pickup truck, Shoko Espinoza braced as the truck hit another pothole and she knocked her head against the window. They were not traveling far, only about a mile, but on the unpaved roads of Sawmill, AZ, even that short trip can take a toll.

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Potential quorum notice for NMSU Fall Convocation Aug. 20

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend the NMSU Fall Convocation ceremony at 8:15 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20, at the Atkinson Recital Hall, Music Building, Las Cruces Campus, 1075 N. Horseshoe St., Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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NMSU to host healthy cow workshop in Abiquiu Sept. 6 Man in plaid shirt and ball cap

ABIQUIU – Healthier cows mean better prices at the sale barn.

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NMSU alumni help bring Summer Jam concert to Las Cruces Two men pose in an evening photo

In June, New Mexico State University announced the Summer Jam at the Pan Am concert starring a line-up with three world touring high-caliber artists. Tyga, DJ Mustard and A-trak will perform at 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23 at the Pan American Center.

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NMSU’s Juniper Hall to open in time for students on Friday

Despite a series of construction delays, New Mexico State University’s newest residence center, Juniper Hall, will open in time for move-in day Friday, Aug. 16 and the beginning of the fall 2019 semester. Students can expect to see workers on-site for the next few weeks as finishing touches are completed.

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NMSU Innoventure programs inspire NM’s youngest aspiring entrepreneurs

Solving problems. Working well in a team. Taking creative risks. These are all important entrepreneurial skills and attitudes that that are challenging to master at any age. Through support from the Colorado-based Daniels Fund, the Innoventure program at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center introduces children as young as 5 to these skills, so they’re more ready to apply them throughout their education and into their careers.

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Construction delays likely to postpone opening for NMSU’s Juniper Hall

New Mexico State University’s newest residence center, Juniper Hall, may not open in time for the beginning of the fall 2019 semester. Over the weekend, the university began notifying students who had wanted to move into the facility of the possible delay. All other NMSU residence halls will be ready for move-in day on Aug. 16 and students who had planned to live in Juniper Hall will be accommodated in other facilities until it is ready.

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NMSU alumni extend long-time support of Aggie baseball by funding new training facility

When Aggie baseball players start the 2020 season, they will have a new facility to help them hone their skills thanks to long-time donors and loyal Aggie fans, Mike and Judy Johnson, who have pledged $900,000 to build a new training facility for the NMSU baseball program.

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Bishop retires from Quay County Extension Office after 32 years Headshot of a woman.

Brenda Bishop, a longtime Extension Family and Consumer Sciences agent in Quay County, retired July 31, ending a career spanning more than 30 years with New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service.

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KRWG’s Zeitlin recognized by National Federation of Press Women Woman holds two awards.

New Mexico State University’s Leora Zeitlin has been recognized with two first-place awards from the National Federation of Press Women for her work with KRWG Public Media.

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