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NMSU TRIO Upward Bound program accepting applications for spring

New Mexico State University’s TRIO Upward Bound Gadsden Independent School District/Las Cruces Public Schools program is now accepting applications for 26 new high school participants from Gadsden, Santa Teresa, Mayfield, Las Cruces and Oñate High Schools.

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NMSU geography department receives research instrument from NSF Headshot of a woman

The Department of Geography at New Mexico State University will receive an instrument capable of recording visible light as well as near infrared and shortwave infrared wavelengths in both field and laboratory settings thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation’s Major Research Instrumentation program.

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NMSU ‘Global Connections’ talk to focus on experience in Costa Rica People in a field.

An undergraduate student at New Mexico State University will give the first “Global Connections” presentation of the fall semester about her experiences in Costa Rica at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, September 26 in Domenici Hall, Room 102.

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NMSU awarded STARS gold in 2018 Sustainable Campus Index by national organization Building

New Mexico State University has been awarded its second gold rating by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education in its 2018 Sustainable Campus Index.

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NMSU biologists take part in EU-funded research on New Mexico’s unique gypsum ecosystems People standing in a line

A team of biologists from New Mexico State University, Oberlin College in Ohio, and 17 other universities and research institutes worldwide has received a European Union grant to investigate the plant and microbial communities of gypsum soils.

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NMSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences agent recognized for work in Chaves County Woman standing with a display.

Shannon Wooton, the Family and Consumer Sciences agent for the New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service in Chaves County, was recently recognized for her outstanding work with the community and 4-H youth. This past spring, Wooton was named the Distinguished County Agent by the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, and was also one of two recipients of the Outstanding Agent Award for the Eastern District.

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GO Bond D on November ballot to build, renovate NMSU facilities

More than $31 million in capital outlay projects will be on the ballot for the New Mexico State University system as part of over $128 million in proposed general obligation bonds for aging buildings at universities and colleges across the state. The funding is part of the General Obligation Bond D for higher education projects.

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NMSU researchers studying consumer perceptions of jujube fruit A tree with fruit.

The small, oval fruit from jujube trees has a plum-like appearance and a texture similar to an apple when eaten fresh, although it’s more fibrous and not quite as juicy. Rich in Vitamin C and other nutrients that give it “superfruit” properties, the fruit – more commonly known as a Chinese date – has a pleasantly chewy texture and a sweetness that intensifies when dried.

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NMSU Chancellor Arvizu joins prestigious advisory firm Head and shoulders of a man

New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu has been named a venture partner of RIDGE-LANE Limited Partners, a strategic advisory and venture development firm founded by financier R. Brad Lane and former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge.

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NMSU professor’s novel tells heartfelt stories of Maya women, communities Women seated in on chairs in grassy area writing

Christine Eber spent the last 35 years opening her mind to the suffering of people of Chiapas, Mexico, first as a volunteer, then as a graduate student and finally as an anthropology professor at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU links state to Mexico technology market, promotes cross-border relationships

As part of New Mexico State University’s commitment to fostering healthy relationships with regional economic development groups and technology leaders, university representatives will attend the Border Tech Expo in Juárez this week. The expo is sponsored by the Chihuahua Secretary of Innovation and Economic Development.

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NMSU professor to give talk about artwork created to honor lives lost in Holocaust Black background with 75 crystal keys lined up

New Mexico State University sculpture professor Rachel Stevens played a key role in a recent ceremony in the Ukranian City of Lviv.

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NMSU ‘Climate Change’ lecture series brings experts from around the world Man standing at a computer with slides to his right

New Mexico State University faculty and Las Cruces community members are planning a series of seminars on climate change, including the physical processes, and effects on humanity and biological systems.

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NMSU to celebrate Hispanic-serving institution Heritage with presentation on early leader in Cooperative Extension Service Portrait

New Mexico State University’s Chicano Programs will host its annual Hispanic-serving institution Heritage event Thursday, Sept. 20. This year’s event will focus on a presentation about Fabiola Cabeza de Baca, an early leader in multi-cultural Cooperative Extension Service work.

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NMSU entomology professor featured on the Science Channel Professor in nature

New Mexico State University entomology professor Scott Bundy has been featured on the show “Strange Evidence” on the Science Channel. Bundy is offering his entomology expertise to decipher what is occurring in videos featuring strange phenomena.

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NMSU alumna named National 4-H Volunteer of the Year Youth standing around woman in green shirt

The 4-H program made a difference in Molly Hayes’ life while growing up. She now helps it make a difference in the lives of hundreds of Bernalillo County youth and military families.

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NMSU receives major grant for NSF Scholarships in STEM program People, sitting and standing near a planter

New Mexico State University has been awarded a $3.9 million grant from the National Science Foundation to prepare students for careers in computing and provide scholarships for academically talented community college students in the computer science field who need financial help.

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AmeriZao jujube fruit tasting workshop slated for Sept. 28 at Los Lunas People standing around a table eating

LOS LUNAS – Have you ever tasted a AmeriZao? It has the texture of an apple, but not the tartness. It can also taste like a date. This fruit of many flavors is the American jujube, also known as Chinese dates, that have been propagated and tested by New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

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Potential quorum notice for Sept. 15 Aggie football game

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend the NMSU vs. UNM football game and pre-game events starting at 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, at Aggie Memorial Stadium. No votes or other official actions will be taken by the NMSU Board of Regents.

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NMSU-based NM FAST program awarded fourth year of funding

The New Mexico Federal and State Technology Partnership Program (NM FAST), housed at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, was one of just 24 universities and organizations nationwide to receive a FAST grant this year from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

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