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Scholarships will boost beverage expertise at NMSU Three people standing by doorway

The Society of Wine Educators has awarded three scholarships to members of New Mexico State University’s School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management.

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State historian and folk music singer to lecture and perform at NMSU Man in office

As part of Hispanic Heritage month, Sept. 15-Oct. 15, the State of New Mexico’s deputy historian, Rob Martinez, will visit New Mexico State University to give a lecture on and musical performance of northern New Mexico musical traditions on Sept. 27 in Domenici Hall’s Yates Auditorium from 5:30-7 p.m.

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NMSU College of Education to host inaugural symposium featuring national experts, state leaders

Several leaders in the field of education will speak about current trends and issues the profession is facing, along with the future of education, at New Mexico State University’s first landmark symposium, “Re-Imagining the Future of Learning.”

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NMSU alum, CDC employee to speak on value of communication studies education

An alumna of New Mexico State University’s Department of Communication Studies will return to her alma mater to give a talk on how her education here led to success in her job working with the federal government.

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Renovated Allen Family Locker Room unveiled at NMSU Family standing under sign in locker room

The New Mexico State University football team has a new and improved locker room this season. Today a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the renovated Allen Family Locker Room officially opened the new facility.

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NMSU celebrates National Hispanic-Serving Institution Week, focuses on student experiences Three women standing by table

New Mexico State University Chicano Programs is teaming up with NMSU organizations to celebrate Hispanic-Serving Institution Week Sept. 18-22. Their focus this year is to highlight the perspective of the Hispanic community at NMSU.

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American Society of Agronomy awards NMSU turfgrass expert Man posing in field of grass.

Bernd Leinauer, professor and Extension turfgrass specialist at New Mexico State University, was nominated and awarded by the American Society of Agronomy as a 2017 Fellow, the highest acknowledgement given in this field.

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NMSU announces million-dollar gift to support Arrowhead Center

As part of the Ignite Aggie Discovery fundraising campaign, the New Mexico State University Foundation has announced a million-dollar gift from Paul and Alejandra de la Vega Foster to support Arrowhead Center, the university’s regional entrepreneurship and innovation hub.

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NMSU to host annual jujube tasting workshop at Alcalde Sept. 27 People standing around a table eating.

ALCALDE – Fall cool nights and warm days trigger the ripening of fruit, including the Chinese date, commonly called jujube, being researched by New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

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NMSU physics team captures footage of vortex within microscopic particles Visual of a nanoparticle transforming

A team of researchers from New Mexico State University’s Department of Physics have, for the first time, created a three-dimensional rendering of a microscopic nanoparticle’s structural transformation induced and controlled by an external electrical source.

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NMSU Extension to host wellness conference in Albuquerque Sept. 23

ALBUQUERQUE – Thriving comes in many forms – financial, health and wellness and personal relationships. Many people are facing issues that cause them not to thrive.

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NMSU achieves national top tier university ranking Students walk down International Mall.

New Mexico State University has been recognized as a top tier university for the fifth time in the last six years according to the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges for 2018 National Universities rankings.

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NMSU professor leads wildlife research effort in Jemez Mountains Man kneeling next to black bear

Among the ponderosa pines in the Valles Caldera National Preserve, large herds of elk may be seen foraging on the grasses along the forest floor.

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NMSU alumnus enhances learning communities in engineering Woman, left, helps man with homework while sitting at a table.

The path to becoming a successful engineer involves more than solving calculus or chemistry problems. Students need to be creative and innovative, and New Mexico State University’s Eloy Torrez Family Learning Communities in Engineering is providing assistance to students beyond the engineering basics.

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NMSU researchers help write first book on dust devils on Earth and Mars Three people standing in front of a mountain range.

The Department of Astronomy at New Mexico State University contributed a large part to a recently released book, which is the first completely dedicated to examining the history and science of dust devils on Earth and on Mars.

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NMSU student bridge building project requires more than engineering skills Group of students sitting in front of a completed bridge

Twenty-seven New Mexico State University students and their mentors have just returned from two weeks in Nicaragua where they built a foot bridge spanning 110 feet to provide a small community access over a river that floods during the monsoon season.

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NMSU’s new Extension horticulture specialist to continue Southwest Yard & Garden column Woman in blue shirt speaking to people

LOS LUNAS – Southwest Yard and Garden columnist Curtis Smith has retired but the column will continue with gardening advice from Marisa Thompson.

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NMSU Rodeo Team prepares for upcoming season with 22 new athletes Woman wearing cowboy hat holds belt buckle.

The New Mexico State Rodeo Team’s season is going to start out with a boom, during the month of September and beginning of October, having four rodeos. Twenty-two freshmen and transfers were recruited over spring and summer coming from various states and one even from Canada.

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Western Extension Directors recognize NMSU Media Productions with Award of Excellence A group of people

The Western Extension Directors Association has conferred a 2017 Award of Excellence on New Mexico State University’s Department of Media Productions, in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

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NMSU college assistance migrant program among handful in U.S. refunded Group of people talking

After 15 years of helping students at New Mexico State University, the university’s College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is among a select few to receive another five-year grant from the U.S. Education Agency’s Office of Migrant Education.

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Registration now open for Innoventure entrepreneurship education program

When entrepreneurs are asked why they invented their product or started their business, they often explain that they saw a need in their community and wanted to provide a solution for that need.

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NMSU hosts farm walk in La Cienega Sept. 27 Woman in straw hat speaking to others near crop field

If you’d like to learn about ideal crop rotation and cover crops for New Mexico soil, you won’t want to miss the farm walk in La Cienega, New Mexico, later this month.

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NMSU Dietetic Internship Program, Paso del Norte Health Foundation collaborate to improve health of area residents

New Mexico State University’s Dietetic Internship Program recently received a grant from the Paso del Norte Health Foundation to increase the number of qualified registered dietitians/nutritionists in the region and improve the health of area residents.

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Legendary radio host, NMSU alum to give public talk, meet with students Man standing in a street

Guy Phillips has been a regular part of the morning for St. Louis radio listeners for 38 years and is still going strong. The New Mexico State University alumnus’ career was decided the moment he stepped in front of a microphone at KRWG radio and television stations. While still in college, working at El Paso’s KELP radio at age 19, Phillips was the youngest host in the station’s history.

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NMSU Master Gardeners host landscape design series in Sandoval County Woman standing in front of poster.

Tired of looking at your home’s half-completed landscape, but you don’t want to hire a professional? HOMEscape Solutions may be the answer.

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Expert in primate gut microbiomes to speak at NMSU Wednesday Man in blue plaid shirt standing outdoors.

The New Mexico State University College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences is hosting Andres Gomez as a seminar speaker for the NMSU community Wednesday, Sept. 6.

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NMSU sees significant increase in first-time freshmen enrollment for the fall 2017 semester Students walking at the NMSU campus

Enrollment of first-time freshmen at New Mexico State University is up 11.3 percent from the same time last year. That marks the university’s largest increase in first-time freshmen in more than 17 years. Additionally, branch transfers at NMSU are up more than 17 percent.

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Student panelists prepare for Domenici Conference at NMSU Two women and two men stand and ask questions.

With the 10th year of the Domenici Public Policy Conference at New Mexico State University quickly approaching, the student panel, who will ask the conference speakers rigorous questions, is planning for the two-day event.

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Wonder Women Tech founder to headline WE Mean Business conference Photo of woman standing

Las Cruces native Lisa Mae Brunson, founder of Wonder Women Tech – a highly successful international conference and hackathon – will be the keynote speaker for the second annual Women Entrepreneurs (WE) Mean Business conference, set for Sept. 29 at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum. The conference is co-hosted by New Mexico State University’s entrepreneurship hub, Arrowhead Center, and WESST, a statewide small business development and training organization.

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Memorial service to pay tribute to late NMSU dean Woman’s headshot

The life of Virginia Higbie, former dean of the College of Health and Social Services at New Mexico State University who helped shape the college’s successful programs, will be celebrated during a special memorial service next week.

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