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    Sharon Jones, center, who retired as chief of staff for New Mexico State University Chancellor Garrey Carruthers in July, poses with Chancellor Carruthers, Provost Dan Howard and members of the Board of Regents, from left, Margie Vela, Kari Mitchell, Jerean Camúñez Hutchinson and Debra Hicks, prior to the Doctoral Hooding ...
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  • Staff Spotlight

    Bud Jones has worked at New Mexico State University for almost 30 years. He has served as the ground manager for Facilities and Services since 2008. Currently, Jones oversees a crew of 25 grounds keepers and the Facilities and Services Vehicle Mechanics shop. “We take care of all the landscapes ...
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  • Around the State

    GALLUP – When driving north from Gallup on U.S. 491 to Shiprock, passing through the barren, arid terrain, it is hard to imagine fields of corn, squash and beans, and fruit trees thriving in this corridor of northwestern New Mexico and the Navajo Nation’s eastern region. For decades, Native Americans living ...
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  • Aerial view of New Mexico State University.

    NMSU earns high marks in new, 10-year accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission

  • White Charolais bull

    NMSU Tucumcari performance bull sale largest ever to include online auction March 10

  • Man in a room with woman in front of a computer

    NMSU professor receives award for advancing scientific psychology

  • Man standing beside a horse

    NMSU experts to present on ag topics at High Plains Crop and Livestock Symposium

  • A photo of two trophies and a certificate with a black background.

    NMSU’s Marketing and Communications Department wins two gold AVA Digital Awards

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NMSU Tucumcari performance bull sale largest ever to include online auction March 10 White Charolais bull

TUCUMCARI – The largest offering of bulls in the history of the Tucumcari Performance Bull Test and Sale will be presented at the annual sale on Saturday, March 10.

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NMSU collaborating in Sustainable Bio-economy for Arid Regions project Man holding plant

Developing sustainable energy sources is a national quest of scientists in both the private industry and public university sector. Among these endeavors is the recently started Sustainable Bio-economy for Arid Regions project led by the University of Arizona.

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NMSU earns high marks in new, 10-year accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission Aerial view of New Mexico State University.

The Higher Learning Commission will continue to accredit New Mexico State University through the 2027-28 academic year. According to a letter sent to NMSU Chancellor Garrey Carruthers this week by the HLC, the university met all criteria for accreditation with no concerns.

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NMSU to host lecture on risks to democracy in US and around the world Head and shoulders of man wearing glasses

One of the most dangerous threats to democracy is the kind of political tribalism that divides people into factions according to a professor from Boston, who will give a lecture at New Mexico State from 4:45-5:45 p.m. Tuesday, March 6, in the Nick Franklin Seminar Room in Breland Hall, Room 179.

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NMSU facilities and services associate vice president to present research in Washington, D.C. Head and shoulders of a man

Glen Haubold, associate vice president of facilities and services at New Mexico State University, will travel to Washington, D.C., in August to present the results of a joint research project at the annual APPA: Leadership in Educational Facilities conference.

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NMSU researchers study growth of hawk population in Albuquerque

A student in New Mexico State University’s Biology Department recently published a paper in “Condor – Ornithological Applications,” an international scientific journal, about the population ecology of Cooper’s hawks in urban Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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NMSU professor receives award for advancing scientific psychology Man in a room with woman in front of a computer

Michael Hout is an assistant professor of psychology at New Mexico State University whose research is focused on what people see, the way they see it and why.

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