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    New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu poses for the first photo with the new bronze sculpture of NMSU mascot Pistol Pete outside Corbett Center Student Union building. (NMSU photo by Andres Leighton) ...
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  • Staff Spotlight

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    Karim Martinez, formerly the county program director and Family and Consumer Sciences agent for the Doña Ana County Cooperative Extension Service, has assumed a new role at New Mexico State University, but she is certainly no stranger to the university. Effective July 16, Martinez is the new Extension Family Life and ...
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  • Around the State

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    More students around New Mexico and the region got a taste of what it’s like to create their own business this summer as Camp Innoventure expanded its reach, introducing entrepreneurial thinking and business concepts to middle school students from 19 regional communities. Camp Innoventure, part of the Innoventure suite of K-12 ...
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    NMSU will celebrate Military and Veterans Appreciation Week beginning Nov. 5

  • Man and woman holding an award plaque.

    NMSU recognizes faculty for excellence in online education

  • A group of dairy cows.

    NMSU to host dairy training for Extension agents

  • Man sitting in front of a computer

    NMSU engineering professor receives Department of Energy grant

  • Group of women standing around corn stalk

    NMSU establishes demonstration garden at science center in Los Lunas

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NMSU will celebrate Military and Veterans Appreciation Week beginning Nov. 5 People sitting at tables

New Mexico State University will be celebrating Military and Veterans Appreciation Week beginning Nov. 5 and ending Nov. 11. The fourth annual event will focus on enhancing and supporting NMSU’s military and veterans community.

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NMSU recognizes faculty for excellence in online education Man and woman holding an award plaque.

New Mexico State University’s Instructional Innovation and Quality hosted its annual Quality in Distance Education Awards event Oct. 10. The gathering marked five years of recognizing NMSU’s faculty and administrators of the Las Cruces campus for their work towards improving online education.

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NMSU to host dairy training for Extension agents A group of dairy cows.

A new professional development training for agents in New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service will focus on New Mexico’s vast dairy industry, offering a comprehensive and interactive look at the issues facing the statewide industry that generated more than a $1 billion in milk sales in 2016.

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NMSU establishes demonstration garden at science center in Los Lunas Group of women standing around corn stalk

LOS LUNAS – Gardening is a hobby that can provide enjoyment while producing fresh fruits and vegetables for a family’s meal. But it can be a challenge for beginners or new residents to the semi-arid environment of New Mexico.

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NMSU engineering professor receives Department of Energy grant Man sitting in front of a computer

New Mexico State University Department of Civil Engineering Assistant Professor Ehsan Dehghan Niri has received a United States Department of Energy grant. This is a three-year award for $400,000 and is a collaboration with Arizona State University.

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NMSU assessment program manager selected to attend national teacher prep conference Head and shoulders of a woman

Rachel Boren, assessment program manager for the College of Education at New Mexico State University, was among a select group of people from New Mexico to attend a conference, hosted by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and learn about innovations in teacher preparation programs.

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NMSU Cooperative Extension Service assists start-up co-op to help new farmers Man walks on farm.

Between 2007 and 2012, the number of beginning farmers – principal operators who were on their current operation for 10 years or less – in the United States declined by about 20 percent, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s most recent census data.

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