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NMSU Board of Regents to meet April 2-3 in closed session

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold closed executive session meetings from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, April 2, and Tuesday, April 3, at Corbett Center Student Union Room 204I on the Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU honored as family-friendly workplace

New Mexico State University has received the New Mexico Family Friendly Business Award and has been recognized at the gold level. The honor celebrates businesses in the state that have family-friendly policies such as paid leave along with health and economic support.

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NMSU postdoctoral researcher selected to attend prestigious STEM education meeting Head and shoulders of a woman

Valeria Aguirre Holguín, a postdoctoral researcher at New Mexico State University’s College of Education and program manager for the Math Snacks project, is one of 10 postdoctoral researchers in the nation selected to attend the Community for Advancing Discovery Research in Education, or CADRE, 2018 Discovery Research K-12 PI Meeting as part of the CADRE Postdoc Professional Growth Opportunity program.

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NMSU College of Business names new entrepreneurship chairholder Man standing with arms crossed

Ebetuel “Beto” Pallares, investor-in-residence at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, has been named the Bill and Sharon Sheriff Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship. Pallares succeeds Robert Macy, the first person to hold the chair.

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NMSU’s Environmental Education Center to host open house Room

The new Environmental Education Center located in Guthrie Hall will be holding an open house from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday, March 29, to showcase the environmentally friendly room that produces zero waste.

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New visual arts building named after transformational duo Head and shoulders of a woman wearing white and man wearing dark suit

New Mexico State University and partners broke ground on a new visual arts building and gallery today.

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Location changed for March 28 Board of Regents meetings

Due to an unexpected issue with a renovation at New Mexico State University’s Corbett Center Senate Gallery, Wednesday’s meetings of the NMSU Board of Regents will now be held at the NMSU Golf Course.

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NM FAST entrepreneur works to combat fraud in the Native American art market through innovation, education Head and shoulders of a man

It’s not hard to call up images from memory or Google of New Mexico jewelry. Zia symbols, squash blossoms, Zuni needlepoint, thick waves of Navajo silverwork, and exquisite sterling and turquoise cabochons the size of ripe fruit abound. For decades, these iconic Native American cultural treasures have shaped the landscape of the state’s aesthetic and provided value to artists and buyers alike.

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Retired NMSU professor publishes photography book showcasing 25 years of the Organ Mountains Book cover

Dark clouds filled the sky of Las Cruces as a few sunrays managed to break through, turning the sky a soft yellow. As the sunrays also escaped over the Organ Mountains an almost perfect silhouette of the mountains’ “organ pipes” was created. Neighborhoods and part of the city can be seen along the base of the mountains capturing the start of a beautiful sunrise.

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NMSU’s Center for Community Analysis provides critical research for Doña Ana County Little girl (right) high-fives a woman sitting on a chair.

The Center for Community Analysis at New Mexico State University was established in 2016 through a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and is housed in the Office of Institutional Analysis on the NMSU campus. The CCA is charged with providing research and analysis for evidence-based decision making in Doña Ana County.

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