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Apache Point ranked No. 2 among U.S. college observatories Telescopes on a mountaintop

Apache Point Observatory, operated by New Mexico State University and owned by the Astrophysical Research Consortium, is ranked second by Collegerank.net among the top 35 college observatories in the country for 2019.

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NMSU College of Business awards $272,652 in scholarships for 2019-2020 A man gives a speech.

With support from donors, the College of Business at New Mexico State University will award 130 scholarships – totaling $272,652 – to an estimated 185 students for the 2019-2020 academic year. The total reflects an overall increase from the previous academic year.

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NMSU among U.S. News & World Report Best Global Universities 2020 Campus reflected in glass.

New Mexico State University was recognized on the sixth annual U.S. News & World Report Best Global Universities 2020 rankings. NMSU is among 1,500 institutions in 81 countries listed, and this year NMSU tied for 710th.

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NMSU researchers drive agriculture into the future with big data A man and woman fly a drone.

Researchers in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University are working to solve an array of real-world challenges – from tracking livestock behavior to improving agricultural sustainability and developing artificial intelligence for agriculture – by using big data.

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NMSU to host First-Generation College Celebration Friday People walking outside.

Trying to navigate without a roadmap can be what it feels like for a first-generation student who decides to pursue higher education. In support of those students who are the first in their families to attend college, New Mexico State University will participate in a nationwide event, First-Generation College Celebration, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, at Corbet Center Student Union.

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Deputy FBI Director, NMSU alumnus visits campus to talk to criminal justice students Photo of man with people looking at him

David Bowdich knew exactly what he wanted to do when he studied criminal justice at New Mexico State University back in the early 1990s. Bowdich spent the morning on campus sharing his experiences and lessons learned from his start as an Albuquerque police officer to his career climb through the ranks of the FBI where he currently serves as the deputy director and oversees all FBI domestic and international investigative and intelligence activities.

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NMSU and UDA announce developmental men’s soccer program

New Mexico State University and University Degrees Abroad have agreed to establish a developmental men’s soccer program at the university and to begin recruiting local, state, regional and international players to take part. NMSU will be home to the first UDA soccer program in the U.S.

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Marcus Gay receives NMSU’s fall 2019 ‘A’ Mountain Staff Award Male standing with award in hand

The New Mexico State University “A” Mountain Staff Award recognizes an NMSU staff member who demonstrates the core values of leadership, excellence, access, diversity and inclusion, and student-centered.

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Annual water conference focuses on tribal water issues in New Mexico

More than 250 people are expected to attend the 64th Annual New Mexico Water Conference, which will take place Nov. 7-8 at the Buffalo Thunder Resort in Santa Fe. The conference is co-sponsored by the Pueblo of Pojoaque.

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NMSU passport office moving to new location

The Passport Acceptance Facility at New Mexico State University is moving to a new location.

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NMSU to host beef quality assurance training in Los Lunas Nov. 16

LOS LUNAS – Beef producers have a responsibility to provide a safe and wholesome product for consumers. Daily production practices can influence the quality of the final product.

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NMSU to host navigating taxes for small farms workshop in Los Lunas Nov. 12

LOS LUNAS – What are some of the tax law changes that impact agricultural operations? The answer to this question and ways to navigate taxes for small farms will be presented during the free “Maximizing Your Farm Tax Opportunities” workshop.

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NMSU’s Molecular Biology Program celebrates 30th-anniversary milestone Two women look at a computer screen

Three decades ago, Nancy Reichert earned a Ph.D. in molecular biology from New Mexico State University, becoming the first student to graduate from NMSU’s Molecular Biology Program. Since then, more than 130 students have followed in her footsteps, earning master’s degrees and Ph.D.s in molecular biology from NMSU’s oldest interdisciplinary program.

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NMSU’s next climate change lecture to focus on the role of colleges and universities Head and shoulders of man smiling

The impacts of climate change, including drought, rising sea levels and heat waves will weigh most heavily on poor and vulnerable communities, countries and regions, such as the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Trinity Site expert to discuss atomic blast, aftermath at NMSU Headshot of a man.

A Trinity Site expert will visit New Mexico State University Wednesday, Nov. 6, to give a lecture about the detonation of the world’s first atomic bomb in southern New Mexico in 1945 and its aftermath. The lecture is free and open to students, faculty, staff and the public.

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NMSU, UNM to partner for study involving Master Gardeners and cancer survivors tomato plant

New Mexico State University will be teaming up with the University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center for an upcoming Southwest Harvest for Health research study.

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NMSU research proving ‘tough love’ helps tree seedlings survive harsh environments Man kneeling looking at plants

Giving forest tree seedlings a fighting chance to survive when planted on wildfire-scarred mountains in New Mexico and the Southwest is the goal of New Mexico State University researchers.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center dives deep for entrepreneurial spirit at Aggie Shark Tank Group photo

Entrepreneurs in Las Cruces didn’t just face the “sharks” – people who could change their lives and the future of their business – but also a packed house at New Mexico State University’s ASNMSU Center for the Arts for the fifth annual Aggie Shark Tank. For these nervous and enthusiastic start-up owners, it was their shot to not only get potential investment, but also a moment to stand up for their dreams in front of a crowd.

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NMSU College of Engineering highlights faculty research successes Head and shoulders of a man sitting in front of a computer screen

Faculty researchers from the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University notched several research-related accomplishments during the 2019 fiscal year (July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019), setting the stage for even more successful years to come.

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NMSU’s Visiting Artist and Scholar program brings Portland artist to Las Cruces Head and shoulders of a woman in an art studio

From couches to bottle caps, Jessica Jackson Hutchins uses many types of commonly found items to construct sculptural installations, large-scale ceramics, collages and paintings. Hutchins will give a presentation at New Mexico State University as part of the Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecture Series at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7, in the Health and Social Services Auditorium, Room 101A.

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