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NMSU loves technology, annual Tech Day set for Thursday

New Mexico State University’s annual Technology Day will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 14 in the Aggie Lounge at Corbett Center Student Union.

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Senior 4-H members explore career opportunities at state leadership retreat People walking past plants

What are you going to do when you grow up?

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NMSU to host Young Achievers Forum, welcome sixth-graders, families to campus Feb. 23 Children wave pompoms at pep rally

For the third straight year, approximately 500 sixth-grade students and their families from across southern New Mexico will have the opportunity to experience New Mexico State University at the New Mexico Young Achievers Forum Feb. 23. Community en Accion, Bravo Dealerships of Las Cruces and El Paso, El Paso Electric and Wells Fargo are partners in this free event at NMSU.

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NMSU Alternative Licensure Program helps develop, foster future educators Man standing in classroom

According to a recently released report by researchers in the College of Education at New Mexico State University, there were 740 teacher vacancies in New Mexico last year, compared to 476 teacher vacancies in 2017.

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NMSU to host final Aggie Experience of 2018-2019 academic year Feb. 18 People socializing outside

On Monday, Feb. 18, Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation will host the last Aggie Experience event of the 2018-2019 academic year on the New Mexico State University campus. The Aggie Experience is free and open to all potential future students and their families.

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NMSU study finds high rate of cesarean births among Hispanic women in border Two women stand in front of a map of the United States.

Hispanic women living in the United States’ southwest-border region have a cesarean rate that is higher than that of other Hispanic women in the border states and U.S. Hispanic women overall, a research team at New Mexico State University has discovered.

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Films, stars, workshops, more at NMSU’s fourth International Film Festival Poster design of cactus, the moon and roadrunner against a night sky

Films at this year’s Las Cruces International Film Festival will explore issues such as social justice, immigration, space exploration and the human condition. The 2019 film festival presented by New Mexico State University and Visit Las Cruces runs Feb. 19-24 and offers the region the opportunity to screen more than 90 films – features, documentaries, short subjects, animation and foreign language films in all genres – in less than six days.

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NMSU PREP Academy accepting applications

The College of Engineering at New Mexico State University is accepting applications for the 2019 NM PREP Academy, a free summer residential program designed to engage high-achieving middle and high school students in hands-on science, technology, engineering and math activities.

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NMSU’s High Plains Crop and Livestock Symposium set for Feb. 21 Man kneeling in alfalfa field

PORTALES – Entering its second year, the 2019 High Plains Crop and Livestock Symposium will highlight current topics facing agricultural producers around eastern New Mexico.

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NMSU College of Engineering dean named to national defense science roundtable Man sitting at a table

New Mexico State University College of Engineering Dean Lakshmi N. Reddi will serve on a committee to provide high-level strategic dialogue and information exchange with U.S. Department of Defense research leaders over the next two years.

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NMSU TRIO Upward Bound programs receive STEM grants Two boys work on a science experiment while a woman looks over their shoulder.

All three TRIO Upward Bound programs at New Mexico State University have received supplementary awards from the U.S. Department of Education for approximately $120,000 for STEM programming.

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NMSU, Santa Ana Pueblo gathering water data for wine grapes grown in the Southwest Woman and man in purple and maroon coats

SANTA ANA PUEBLO – What is the optimal amount of water to raise quality wine grapes?

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NMSU faculty share discoveries in Ireland at ‘Global Connections’ event Dugas and Morgan in Ireland

Two New Mexico State University professors will share their experiences leading a group of students on a trip to Ireland in the next installment of the “Global Connections” seminar series.

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HTRM students help with restaurant’s expansion plan People sitting at a lab listen to students speak.

As the restaurateurs behind the popular eatery Salud! de Mesilla prepare to expand their business, they’ve partnered with the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management at New Mexico State University to give students the chance to put their knowledge to the test.

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Be bold. Shape the future. Arvizu’s plan for taking the NMSU system to the next level

Spend just a few minutes with Dan Arvizu and you’ll see he isn’t a guy who likes to stand around. He’s full of energy – and in a hurry to get some big things done. For Arvizu, those traits will definitely come in handy. As New Mexico State University’s new chancellor, he is working to position the university to address some of the grand challenges of our time.

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A focus on students. Floros’ priority for a student-centric campus

John Floros was born and raised in a small mountain community in Greece. His family was one of only about 300 in the town, and he was the first in his family to go to a university. This past summer, as Floros drove from Manhattan, Kansas, to Las Cruces to begin his job as New Mexico State University’s new president, he found a sense of comfort as he noticed the Organ Mountains off in the distance.

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NMSU Alumni Association awards up for grabs with new category Nine people standing in a row with star awards in their hands.

Every year during Homecoming, the New Mexico State University Alumni Association recognizes some of the institution’s most successful graduates and friends through time-honored awards.

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NMSU to host fruit growers workshop March 1 Still-life of fruit.

ALCALDE – The New Mexico Fruit Growers will return to one of New Mexico’s most scenic and historically significant properties, Los Luceros Ranch, for its annual workshop.

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Southwestern New Mexico Regional Science and Engineering Fair at NMSU accepting applications

The College of Engineering at New Mexico State University is accepting applications for the 2019 Southwestern New Mexico Regional Science and Engineering Fair. The event is set for March 1-2, with judging on March 2.

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NMSU Career Services to host 14th annual Career Connections

With more than 100 employers registered, New Mexico State University students and alumni along with community members can attend the 14th annual Career Connections Fair Feb. 5-6. NMSU Career Services will host the two-day event that will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Corbett Center Student Union throughout the third floor.

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Entrepreneurship summer camp opportunity open to New Mexico communities

Camp Innoventure, a week-long summer camp focused on inspiring middle school students to create, market and sell their own products, is now scheduling sessions for summer 2019. The camp, part of the Innoventure suite of entrepreneurship education programs offered by Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University, is available to communities throughout New Mexico through support from the Colorado-based Daniels Fund and Wells Fargo.

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NMSU’s Black History Month to feature student summit, fashion show, movie showings, more Flyer

New Mexico State University’s Black Programs will celebrate Black History Month with 10 events throughout the month of February.

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NMSU College of Business to host 2019 Economic Outlook Conference Feb. 8 Headshot of a man.

National and state economists will present economic forecasts for 2019 at the annual Economic Outlook Conference Friday, Feb. 8, in Las Cruces. Hosted by New Mexico State University’s College of Business and Wells Fargo & Company, the conference, now in its eighth year, will take place from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E. University Ave.

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NMSU professor researches development of student affairs professionals turned faculty Woman and man standing at a desk

Rene Guillaume, a former student affairs professional turned faculty member at New Mexico State University, is using his experience in student services to base research on how other former student affairs professionals carry out their new roles as faculty in an environment where scholarship is a priority.

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NMSU’s Pride Season to host four events, begins Jan. 30 Flyer

New Mexico State University’s LGBT+ Programs will begin its Pride Season on Wednesday, Jan. 30. Four events will be held throughout the next few months starting with a lecture from Susan Stryker, an associate professor of Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Arizona.

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NMSU Regents to meet Jan. 28 in Santa Fe

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special meeting at 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28, in the Zia Room at the Eldorado Hotel and Spa, 309 W. San Francisco St., Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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New CHSS interim dean at NMSU hopes to move college forward Woman sits in an office.

After a nearly 25-year career in the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University, having served as a faculty member, department head and associate dean, Sonya Cooper stepped into a new role in January, taking the helm of the College of Health and Social Services.

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NMSU chemical and materials engineering takes course outside of the classroom Man standing in a classroom

Chemical engineering classes offered by the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University are no longer limited to the seats in a classroom. David Rockstraw, department head and Robert Davis Distinguished Professor for the Chemical and Materials Engineering Department, has brought the classroom to the student.

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NMSU to tackle the public perception of climate change in latest presentation Hayhoe NMSUCCESS

New Mexico State University’s Climate Change Education Seminar Series continues in 2019 with a seventh talk, this time addressing how to best navigate polarization in the public debate about climate change.

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NMSU leaders, alumnae recognized as 2019 ‘Women of Influence’ A handful of people sitting around a large table.

Two leaders of the New Mexico State University Foundation now lead the state as “Women of Influence.”

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