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NMSU Extension delivering virtual 4-H programs, events Computer screen with four rows of videoconference screens

Social distancing and stay-at-home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic are having an impact on many aspects of daily life, including many summer activities and events.

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NMSU offers free online fitness classes amid statewide gym closures A Zoom meeting screenshot

The last fitness class Tammy Gutierrez taught at New Mexico State University was on March 18. The next day, gyms, recreation centers, health clubs and spas across New Mexico shuttered by order of the state’s health secretary to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

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NMSU to offer virtual diabetes cooking classes starting May 5

A popular cooking class series offered by New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service for adults with diabetes is moving online.

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NMSU biology student receives prestigious research fellowship Girl smiling with song sparrow

A Tularosa native is joining an elite group of research fellows, which includes Nobel Prize- winning scientists. Valerie Brewer is double majoring in conservation ecology and biology while minoring in genetics and biotechnology at New Mexico State University. She is among the top young scholars in the nation to earn a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, the country’s oldest fellowship that directly supports graduate students in various STEM fields.

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NMSU, DACC receive nearly $5 million NSF grant to help students earn engineering degrees Woman works on an engineering project

New Mexico State University and Doña Ana Community College have been awarded a five-year, almost $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The funds will support scholarships and guided pathways to help students earn bachelor’s degrees in engineering.

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Arrowhead Innovation Fund’s associate fund manager named 2020 ‘31 Under 31’ venture capitalist Head and shoulders of a man

The investment world is diversifying its real-world portfolio by increasing its diversity, and one of Arrowhead Innovation Fund’s own is being recognized by HBCUvc as one of the “31 Under 31” to watch in the world of venture capitalists.

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NMSU-based NM FAST business accelerator to help boost New Mexico’s innovation ecosystem Logo

Arrowhead Center’s New Mexico Federal and State Technology, or NM FAST, Partnership Program will facilitate a six-week Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) accelerator, funded in part by the Feynman Center for Innovation at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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NMSU School of Nursing continues to tackle opioid epidemic in NM with $200,000 grant A portrait of a woman.

New Mexico State University’s School of Nursing has received a $200,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to fund a project aimed at expanding the number of family nurse practitioners in New Mexico who are trained to prevent and treat opioid- and other substance-use disorders in community-based practices.

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NMSU Extension beef heifer replacement project introduces youth to cattle industry Man showing product and three girls

LOS LUNAS – Six youth from Bernalillo, Torrance and Valencia counties are on a 12-month journey learning about the cattle industry by participating in the New Mexico Beef Select Heifer Replacement Project.

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NMSU Housing continues to assist on-campus students in the midst of pandemic Dorm building.

In the face of the COVID-19 outbreak, New Mexico State University Housing & Residential Life remains committed to assisting on-campus students with their living arrangements.

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NMSU Regents approve 3 percent tuition increase, state budget contribution still uncertain Photo of Corbett Center with pink blossoms

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents has approved a 3 percent increase in tuition for the 2020-2021 academic year for NMSU’s Las Cruces campus. There was not an increase in tuition for NMSU’s community colleges. University leaders said the revenue was needed to support additional student scholarships and because of continued uncertainty with the state’s budget contribution to the university for the coming year.

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NMSU students bond over kinesiology research Group photo

A group of kinesiology students at New Mexico State University, driven by their desire to learn more about research, have formed a lifelong bond while gaining skills that will take them beyond their graduate studies.

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NMSU graduate lands job analyzing data for HIV/AIDS research A headshot of a woman.

Susie Valenzuela’s knack for crunching numbers has taken her from New Mexico State University all the way to the University of Washington, where she recently launched her career as a statistician working to advance the prevention, detection and treatment of HIV infection and AIDS.

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NMSU provides internet access options for students across the state Woman with laptop in car

The New Mexico State University system’s students are among the millions of students nationwide from elementary school through college whose schools and campuses have been partly or fully closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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NMSU Extension to conduct navigating COVID-19 for beef producers webinar Cowboy herding calf

The COVID-19 crisis is impacting almost every segment of life and every business in the United States and worldwide. The cattle industry is also suffering unprecedented market reactions and supply chain disruptions.

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Virtual public forums set for NMSU College of Education dean finalists

New Mexico State University has named four finalists for dean of its College of Education, and online public forums with each candidate begin Monday, April 20.

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NMSU Admissions Office provides virtual experiences for future Aggies Lady and man with paper cowboy

New Mexico State University is committed to its students’ success, and the first step to achieving that goal begins before students arrive at the Las Cruces campus each August.

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NMSU Aggie Health Center moves to telemedicine in wake of pandemic Two women looking at a computer

The coronavirus outbreak is redefining the value of telehealth in delivering medical services to patients. The efficiency of this type of system could end up reshaping the future of healthcare.

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NMSU-based NM FAST program to host business funding accelerator Logo

New Mexico State University’s entrepreneurship ecosystem, Arrowhead Center, is partnering with another regional economic development hub to help medical innovators secure federal funding to help bring their ideas to market.

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ASNMSU to hold its first fully-online election due to coronavirus outbreak Election poster

In the midst of COVID-19 shutting down all in-person university operations, the Associated Students of New Mexico State University are finding creative ways to continue to assist NMSU students and hold the annual ASNMSU election.

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NMSU regents to hold special meeting April 21

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special meeting at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 21. 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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NMSU ‘feels like home’ for Gates Scholarship recipient Man standing near a window

Ricardo Vasquez initially began his college experience at Boston University, more than 2,000 miles and a world away from his hometown of Vinton, Texas, a suburb of El Paso.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center business accelerator WESprint applications due soon Two women speaking

For New Mexico women entrepreneurs, it is time to apply to the five-week business accelerator at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center. Created in part thanks to the support of the U.S. Small Business Administration, the WESprint program will accept applications until April 20.

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NMSU researcher studying how viruses jump from wildlife to humans Woman with a black backpack holding a vacuum hose in the rain forest

Wildlife to human transmission of viruses has caused some of the world’s most notorious pandemics, from severe acute respiratory syndrome, also known as SARS to H1N1 swine flu and Ebola, and now COVID-19. New Mexico State University post-doctoral fellow Katie Young spent a year in the tropical rainforests of Malaysian Borneo studying the mosquito-borne virus Dengue, to better understand the cross talk between viruses and hosts.

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NMSU mental health counselor gives advice to cope with COVID-19 pandemic A man sits a desk in front of a computer.

To curb the spread of COVID-19, public health experts have urged people nationwide to practice social distancing, and many states, including New Mexico, have implemented measures ordering residents to stay at home. Now, as a result, millions are self-isolating and limiting social contact by teleworking or attending school virtually.

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NMSU WAVE Program increases social media outreach during COVID-19 outbreak Instagram post

The Wellness, Alcohol and Violence Education Program at New Mexico State University is a risk reduction and prevention program that educates the campus community on issues of personal safety and well-being. The WAVE/WAVE Rx Program are a staff of 15 working from home to ensure health promotion stays at the forefront of the NMSU campus, according to Olivia De Leon, WAVE Program health education specialist.

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Burrell College, NMSU Foundation to celebrate gift with virtual ‘check-passing’ Monday Photo of building

Many employees and students at both New Mexico State University and the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine have shifted to working and learning online, but the work of both institutions continues at full speed – including the public-private partnership that connects them and supports pathways for students to become health care professionals in the region.

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NMSU College of Engineering makes personal protective equipment for area medical workers Face shields on a table.

The Aggie Innovation Space at New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering has been in high gear in recent days, as students and staff work to produce face shields for healthcare workers.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center BizSprint Accelerator now earlier with focus on online marketing Photo of people participating in Zoom conference

Business innovation doesn’t stop during a crisis, and New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center wants to make sure that businesses have the marketing skills they need during the economic shifts created by COVID-19.

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