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NMSU receives local business support for Aggie Athletics Becky and Kevin Horner stand center court with NMSU Systems President and NMSU Athletics Director with a big check.

During the Aggie Men’s basketball match-up on Friday against the University of New Mexico Lobos, New Mexico State University and Aggie Athletics recognized a recent local business investment in its student-athletes.

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold closed executive session Nov. 20

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold an electronic closed executive session meeting at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 20. The closed executive session meeting will be held to discuss limited personnel matters in accordance with NMSA Section 10-15-1 H (2) of the New Mexico Open Meetings Act.

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NMSU career track program nationally recognized by USDA magazine Woman holding a duck

As a first-generation college student at New Mexico State University, Alexa Martinez was lost when it came to picking a major. She started off as an engineering major, but later found her way to the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology. Through the department in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, Martinez had the opportunity to be in the Southwest Natural Resource Career Track program, where she found her new home.

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Memorial scholarship created for Giving Tuesday boosts NMSU students and their families

New Mexico State University’s first-ever Giving Tuesday event on Dec. 1, 2015, was a huge fundraising success, but that occasion was tinged with sadness for many at the university who had lost their friend, College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences graduate Hannah Farbo, just the week before, following a tragic auto accident.

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NMSU engineer works to make next-generation mobile technology a reality A man stands in front of a dry erase board.

The number of wireless devices connected to mobile networks is estimated to be three times the size of the global population by the year 2020. Smartphone traffic will exceed PC traffic. Global Internet traffic in 2020 is anticipated to be 95 times the volume of the entire global Internet in 2005. Some 250 million vehicles will be connected to the Internet and there will be 27 billion machines communicating with one another.

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El Paso Brass performs benefit concert for NMSU’s KRWG Five men dressed in tuxedoes holding brass instruments.

Enjoy an evening of holiday favorites and seasonal delights at the KRWG benefit concert featuring the El Paso Brass at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7 at the Rio Grande Theatre, 211 N. Main Street, in Las Cruces.

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NMSU to host community celebration of diversity in computing Girl using laptop computer

The field of computer science is growing so fast it outpaces all other occupations in the U.S. New Mexico State University is helping to broaden the pipeline through programs that engage diverse students coming from public schools to encourage them to get computer science degrees that enable them to compete for these high paying jobs.

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NMSU to host second campus Descubre recruiting event People in a room

About 150 prospective students and their families are expected to attend next week’s Dia Descubre recruiting event on the New Mexico State University campus. The event is part of an effort to increase enrollment of international students from Mexico.

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NMSU to host eighth annual forage growers workshop in Los Lunas Man riding mower in field

LOS LUNAS – The majority of New Mexico agricultural commodities are fueled by forage.

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NMSU honors faculty, staff for excellence in online programs Woman holding award

Instructional Innovation & Quality hosted its fourth annual Quality in Distance Education Awards event Oct. 11 to recognize individuals from the New Mexico State University Las Cruces campus for their efforts in improving online education.

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NMSU to host state sustainable agriculture conference in Los Lunas Dec. 13 Woman holding plant showing potato roots.

LOS LUNAS – Guar, guayule, canola and papa criolla potatoes could be potential crops for New Mexico farmers.

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New Mexico agriculture leaders conclude listening sessions, plan more in 2018 Man speaking while another looks on.

New Mexico’s top agricultural leaders concluded their 2017 statewide listening sessions with agricultural producers in Las Cruces on Nov. 2.

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KRWG airs Vietnam War miniseries sharing New Mexico veterans’ experiences Flyer with “Our Stories: Vietnam” on it.

KRWG-TV, New Mexico State University’s Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) affiliate is airing a three-part documentary series on Vietnam veterans in New Mexico from Nov. 13-15.

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Giving Tuesday brings the power of collective giving to the NMSU system

Generous donors to the New Mexico State University system have given millions over the past two years to empower students and support cutting-edge programs and outstanding teaching and research during Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving powered by social media and collaboration.

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NMSU Regents approve 19-member Chancellor Search Committee

On Monday, the New Mexico State University Board of Regents approved a 19-member search committee to help in selecting the university’s next chancellor. The charge of the search committee is to generate a strong pool of candidates and present finalists to the Board of Regents. The committee includes members who are internal and external to the university.

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University Library’s 2018 calendar ready for purchase Calendar announcement

The New Mexico State University Library’s 2018 calendar features stunning photographs of fossils, minerals and petrified wood from NMSU’s Zuhl Collection. The specimens were assembled by Herb and Joan Zuhl during a lifetime of collecting.

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NMSU alumni share professional experiences with College of Business class Man with red bow tie talking with students

What does it take to be successful in business?

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NMSU College of Business scholarship investors, recipients network at luncheon Older man talking with younger man

Investing in the future begins by giving students the opportunity to build their careers on the solid foundation of a college education.

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NMSU-based NM FAST, City of Albuquerque to host inaugural Navy innovation summit

The New Mexico Federal and State Technology Partnership Program (NM FAST), which provides free assistance to New Mexico small business who are applying for Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) funding, will host the inaugural Department of Defense (DoD) Navy SBIR/STTR Innovation Summit (Summit). The summit, which will take place Dec. 13 at the Albuquerque Convention Center in Albuquerque, is an exclusive opportunity to engage directly with Naval decision makers who are looking for innovative solutions.

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NMSU gift supports first chemical, materials engineering Endowed Chair to recruit top teaching talent Group of people holding giant check made out for $50,000.

Two new investments in the College of Engineering will support an endowed chair for its fast-growing program, the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering.

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold multiple meetings Nov. 13

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special work session meeting at 12:15 p.m. Monday, Nov. 13, in Corbett Center Student Union, in Fountain Room 324, on the NMSU Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU College of Arts and Sciences seeks nominations for ‘A Starry Night’ honors

For the fifth year, New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences will host a gala and fundraising event to recognize and honor businesses, community leaders and members of the faculty and staff for their contributions to the college and the university.

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NMSU’s Valerie Torres receives the 2017 ‘A’ Mountain Award Two men and a woman pose outside on a stage during the NMSU employee picnic.

Five characteristics within a New Mexico State University staff member’s work lead to becoming the recipient of the “A” Mountain Award: diversity and inclusion, accountability, excellence, discovery and engagement.

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Zizi Fritz named NMSU’s associate vice president for development Woman’s head shot.

An Albuquerque, New Mexico, native, Zizi Fritz has been named associate vice president for development at New Mexico State University. She brings more than 28 years of nonprofit fundraising and senior management experience to Las Cruces.

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NMSU faculty create institute to study Rio Grande Rift One woman and three men standing in front of a wall of petrified wood.

Many residents of southern New Mexico don't realize that they are living in an active geologic landscape: the Rio Grande rift. Volcanoes, earthquakes, and fossils millions of years old are all part of what researchers at New Mexico State University plan to study with help from the newly established Southern Rift Institute.

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Ray to receive NMSU’s Memorial Staff Award at reception Nov. 16 A man poses next to a tree on the NMSU campus.

As director of the New Mexico State University American Indian Programs and an Aggie alumnus, Michael Ray was selected as the award recipient for the 2016 Stephen W. and Robert E. Roberts Memorial Staff Award.

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NMSU Foundation sets fundraising record, increases support for student scholarships Woman and man pose in front of a pond.

The New Mexico State University system, which is in the midst of its “Ignite Aggie Discovery” fundraising campaign, broke its own annual fundraising record by nearly $2 million during the recently completed fiscal year.

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NMSU Extension collaborating with Burrell College Man with bow tie, woman in NM State blouse

New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences is collaborating with Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine with the common goal of providing personal health information to New Mexicans.

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Sneak peek of 'Project: Postcard' for friends of University Art Gallery A red rectangle with toast and fried egg on top and a yellow rectangle with two fried eggs and a piece of bacon for a smile.

Before the 2017 "Project: Postcard" exhibit and fundraiser opens to the public, friends of the University Art Gallery at New Mexico State University will have the opportunity to receive a "Friends Only" exhibition preview and Friends Project Postcard Auction.

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NMSU to close running track to the general public, beginning Jan. 1

New Mexico State University’s running track, one of the university’s intercollegiate athletics facilities, will close to the general public, beginning Jan. 1, 2018. Community members who had used the athletics track in the past are now encouraged to use the running trail at NMSU’s Sisbarro Park, located at the corner of Wells Street and Arrowhead Drive.

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