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Ethicon Endo-Surgery partners with NMSU School of Nursing A student leaning over a hospital bed where a simulated patient is laying.

Ethicon Endo-Surgery, a Johnson & Johnson company, is equipping New Mexico State University’s School of Nursing with the latest industry technology and providing scholarships to recruit talented students.

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NMSU College of Education online graduate programs ranked among the best in the U.S.

Three graduate programs in New Mexico State University’s College of Education have been recognized by educational ranking websites as being among the best in the nation.

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NMSU 4-H Horse School teaches riding, animal care, much more Boy on stationary bike, girl in front of it

Seventy youth and 75 horses descended on Las Cruces this week for the annual New Mexico State University 4-H Horse School.

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold closed executive session meeting June 14

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a closed executive session meeting following a 2 p.m. special meeting Friday, June 14, at the New Mexico Higher Education Department, Taos Conference Room, 2044 Galisteo Street, Suite #4, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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NMSU Board of Regents to have special meeting June 14

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special meeting at 2 p.m. Friday, June 14, at the New Mexico Higher Education Department, Taos Conference Room, 2044 Galisteo Street, Suite #4, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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NMSU rodeo teams to attend College National Finals Rodeo Man riding a bucking horse.

With the New Mexico State University rodeo teams regular season concluded, preparations have been in progress for the College National Finals Rodeo that will be June 9-15 in Casper, Wyoming.

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Fourth annual Animas, San Juan Watersheds conference slated for June 18-21 in Farmington A river

FARMINGTON – The watersheds of the Animas and San Juan rivers support many forms of life along the rivers’ paths from the headwaters in the San Juan Mountains to Lake Powell in Arizona.

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USDA Grant Awarded to NMSU Cooperative Extension

New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service, based in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Envrionmental Sciences, recently received the first funding installment of a United States Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture grant.

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First Conroy Scholars at NMSU graduate in 2019 Exterior of William Conroy Honors College building

This year, the first-ever Conroy Scholars are graduating from New Mexico State University. Some graduated in May and others will graduate in December. Most will go into the workforce while a few will continue their education or travel abroad.

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NMSU receives two grants from DOE to work with national laboratories Professor and student in lab

Kenneth “KC” Carroll, an associate professor in New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, and his collaborators have received two $300,000 grants from the Department of Energy.

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New Mexico agricultural leaders to host listening session in Farmington June 17 Two men, one in foreground in black jacket

FARMINGTON – Agriculture producers in the Four Corners region will have an opportunity to share their concerns regarding the state of agriculture in the region during a listening session on Monday, June 17.

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NMSU College of Arts and Sciences names associate dean Head and shoulders of a man

Longtime New Mexico State University math professor and department head Joseph Lakey was named associate dean for academics for the College of Arts and Sciences this spring.

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NMSU researchers to install subsurface irrigation system at residence of UNM president Two men working in dirt

ALBUQUERQUE – A collaboration between New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service and the University of New Mexico Facilities Management Department will demonstrate the efficiency of subsurface drip irrigation while watering the grass at the UNM president’s residence.

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NMSU Master Gardeners in Bernalillo, Sandoval counties to host seed saving school Hands holding seeds

ALBUQUERQUE – Seed stewardship is an ancient tradition passed on from generation to generation to save regionally adapted seeds.

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NMSU’s Red to Green program receives grant from Wells Fargo Foundation to continue financial education Logo of a chile pepper.

Navigating financial matters can be complex and daunting tasks, and the Red to Green Financial Wellness program at New Mexico State University offers resources to help students understand the challenges.

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NMSU joins University of Alabama Huntsville in unmanned aircraft systems research

New Mexico State University and the University of Alabama in Huntsville are collaborating in drone research.

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Parker named NMSU’s new provost

Carol Parker, senior adviser for academic affairs, and until recently provost at the University of Texas at El Paso, has been named New Mexico State University’s new provost. NMSU President John Floros announced the appointment earlier today. Parker begins her new role at NMSU on July 22.

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A wellspring of innovation: NMSU researchers test new water conservation practices Man speaking in a field

When Sangu Angadi was traveling to his science center office in Clovis, New Mexico, one spring day, he was engulfed in the dust of a prairie windstorm. As a crop scientist, Angadi had a pretty good idea of the source of the dust – fallow fields that had dried to powder over the winter months. What he learned later would spur him into seeking new solutions to this decades-long, and worsening challenge.

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Aggie women benefit from new support Chairs lined up in front of double doors

As an Aggie women’s basketball fan, Smoky Torgerson enjoys the adrenaline rush from watching the team earn come-from-behind victories. New Mexico State University recorded its fourth Western Athletic Conference Tournament Championship in the last five years in similar fashion with a double overtime win over UT Rio Grande Valley in March 2019.

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KRWG receives four awards from New Mexico Broadcasters Association Man standing

New Mexico State University’s KRWG Public Media received four awards from the New Mexico Broadcasters Association’s 2019 Excellence in Broadcasting awards.

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Potential quorum notice of NMSU regents May 30

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend a screening of the documentary film “Unlikely” followed by panel discussions featuring presidents from NMSU, the University of New Mexico, New Mexico Highlands University, Northern New Mexico College, New Mexico Tech, Western New Mexico University, Eastern New Mexico University and New Mexico Higher Education Cabinet Sec. Kate O’Neill from 1-5 p.m. Thursday, May 30, at the Flix Brewhouse, 3236 La Orilla Road NW, Building B1, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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NMSU-based NM FAST program to host SBA’s SBIR Road Tour

New Mexico has been chosen as one of 16 stops on the Small Business Administration’s Small Business Innovation Research Road Tour. This is the first time New Mexico has been selected as a stop on the annual tour.

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NMSU names Ann Goodman as dean of students Headshot of a woman.

New Mexico State University has selected Ann Goodman as its next dean of students.

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NMSU nursing professor to study program that promotes parental wellness Headshot of a woman.

A researcher in the College of Health and Social Services at New Mexico State University has received a grant to fund a one-year study that will examine the efficacy of a parental wellness program developed for parents of newborn children that aims to help couples adjust to life with infants and get more quality sleep.

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NMSU anthropology graduates receive research prize named for esteemed professor Prize winners in line-up

Two recent New Mexico State University anthropology graduates were chosen as the inaugural winners of a new prize recognizing excellence in anthropological research.

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Local restaurants raise more than $3,500 for NMSU’s Aggie Cupboard A group of people standing next to a big check.

Aggie Cupboard, a food pantry housed at New Mexico State University, received a record-breaking $3,525 gift from five local restaurants that participated in the NMSU Alumni Association’s “Eat for Pete” week.

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NMSU Master Food Preservation train-the-trainer program presented online Two people in NMSU sweatshirts

Three years after starting the Master Food Preservation volunteer program, New Mexico State University has taken it to a new level by offering the train-the-trainer course online.

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NMSU to host virtual field trip to celebrate 75th anniversary of Smokey Bear KRWG horizontal logo

New Mexico State University’s KRWG TV-Las Cruces, KNME TV-Albuquerque and KENW TV-Portales have partnered with the USDA Forest Service and the Prince William Network to bring students, teachers and the general public a virtual field trip that will be webcast live from Smokey Bear’s birthplace in Capitan, New Mexico, Nov. 7.

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Registration open for Camp Innoventure entrepreneurship summer camp

Camp Innoventure, a week-long summer camp focused on inspiring middle school students to create, market and sell their own products, is now accepting registrations for summer 2019 in communities all over New Mexico. The camp, part of the Innoventure suite of entrepreneurship education programs offered by Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University, has grown beyond Las Cruces to be offered in 11 other communities around the state through support from the Colorado-based Daniels Fund, Wells Fargo, Sandoval Economic Alliance, STEAMing Ahead for Success, Capital Power, EDF Renewable Services and other local sponsors.

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NMSU Mathematically Connected Communities to participate in 2019 NSF video showcase Students working in a classroom

Mathematically Connected Communities, a K-12 professional development project at New Mexico State University, will be featured in the 2019 STEM for All Video Showcase funded by the National Science Foundation. The event will be held online today through May 20 at https://stemforall2019.videohall.com.

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