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NMSU’s Extension Service plans workshop on large animal rescue techniques People standing around as horse mannequin is hoisted.

DEMING – Anything can happen when hauling livestock, including a trailer rollover. Law enforcement and emergency response personnel need to be ready to safely rescue animals that might be trapped in the trailer.

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‘Lord of the Rings’ star to appear at Las Cruces Film Festival in March Head and shoulders of a man

In offering a musical goodbye to Middle-earth, an epic journey spanning six films and well over a dozen years, “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” filmmakers turned to Billy Boyd.

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Community-wide reading event to begin at the end of February Head and shoulders of author

The Big Read Project is launching this month in Las Cruces. Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, the City of Las Cruces, the Associated Students of New Mexico State University and the NMSU Office of the Provost, The Big Read Project seeks to promote community-wide activities surrounding a chosen book.

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AgSprint Accelerator at NMSU’s Arrowhead Center announces open applications for 2018 Woman at a podium

Southern New Mexico is ripe with agripreneurs – agricultural entrepreneurs – of all varieties. AgSprint, part of the suite of accelerator programs at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, grows and supports new agtech startups as they blossom in the heart of the desert.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center offers free classroom materials to elementary teachers in NM

Just in time for National Entrepreneurship Week, which takes place Feb. 17 to 24, 2018, a new resource is available to elementary school teachers throughout New Mexico who want a fun and free way to introduce concepts of entrepreneurship and teamwork into their classrooms.

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NMSU chemical, materials engineering professor receives Fulbright Faculty award Woman stands in front of students, seated.

Jessica Houston, a New Mexico State University Chemical and Materials Engineering associate professor, has received a 2018-2019 Fulbright Faculty Fellowship award. The U.S. Department of State-sponsored award will fund a trip to Japan. The award is for about $43,000.

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Six NMSU civil engineering students awarded Eisenhower Fellowship Six men standing next to a sign.

Finding an avenue that allows graduate students more time to dedicate to their research is very important. The Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship, which was awarded to six New Mexico State University civil engineering graduate students, is one way to achieve that feat.

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NMSU professor, grounds manager work together to reduce amount of wasted water on campus Workers trenching holes into yards at student housing village.

A New Mexico State University agriculture professor and a grounds manager are teaming up to drastically reduce the amount of water that goes to waste with traditional sprinklers at student housing by installing a subsurface drip irrigation system.

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NMSU researchers receive mini-grants for interdisciplinary projects A group of people on the New Mexico State University Horseshoe.

Eight wide-ranging interdisciplinary projects by New Mexico State University researchers were awarded with Interdisciplinary IMPACT Mini-Grants in December.

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Arrowhead Center expands Studio G student incubator to UNM, five other institutions

Students at the University of New Mexico and five other higher education institutions around New Mexico can now access a vast network of business advising expertise, a customized entrepreneurship curriculum and new funding opportunities through Studio G, the successful student business accelerator at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center. Since 2013, Studio G has supported more than 700 student and alumni entrepreneurs and in 2017, Studio G ventures hired more than 180 people.

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