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NMSU to host artificial insemination workshop in Los Lunas

New Mexico State University Southwest Beef Reproductive Management Program is launching a new artificial insemination school to help cattlemen manage their reproductive program.

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Agricultural leaders’ listening sessions enter third year Two men

Agricultural leaders Rolando A. Flores, dean of New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, and New Mexico Secretary of Agriculture Jeff Witte will continue their listening sessions for a third year.

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NMSU researchers study kochia as forage option for rangeland Close up of green plant

ABIQUIU – As weather patterns change causing drier conditions, rangelands and pastures may be in need of revegetation. Meanwhile, livestock producers are looking for ways to provide nutritional forage for their animals.

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NMSU Model UN team prepares for national competition, local conference 2019 Model U.N. team

For 12 years running, New Mexico State University’s Model United Nations team has earned top honors at the National Model United Nations Conference in New York. This year, as the team prepares for the international competition, they are also launching an expanded Spring Conference event.

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NM Youth Ranch Management Camp registration deadline April 12 Three people cutting meat

The summer break from school can be filled with a variety of activities for teenagers.

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NMSU to host bovine trich workshop in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, N.M. – Bovine trichomoniasis is a disease that can cause cattle producers to lose valuable income.

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NMSU STEM Fest to offer learning activities, family fun Two girls at a table

Families are invited to participate in STEM-related activities, including drone demonstrations, robotics and 3D printing, at this year’s STEM Fest.

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NMSU encourages locals to join the water conservation discussion Group of people meeting around tables.

The New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute and the New Mexico State University Foundation are inviting researchers, industry professionals, nonprofit organizations and any interested individuals to participate in their spring water initiative event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, March 20, at the NMSU Golf Course, 3000 Herb Wimberly Dr.

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NMSU’s “Global Connections” series travels to mountains of Central Asia Burgette trip to Tien Shan Mountains.

The latest installment in the “Global Connections” seminar series at New Mexico State University will focus on a recent trip deep into the mountains of Central Asia conducted by NMSU assistant professor Reed Burgette.

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NM State esports, a game like no other People sitting in front of computers.

New Mexico State University’s Esports Association invites game enthusiasts of all ages to participate in the inclusive and competitive environment in which players compete with teams or by themselves against others. While members are more than welcomed, like sports, competing members on the varsity team must attend NMSU and have some experience.

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NMSU, NMDOH study finds insecticide-resistant mosquitoes across state Woman looking at cage of mosquitoes

New Mexico State University researchers collaborating with the New Mexico Department of Health recently published a paper that shows there is widespread resistance to insecticides in one type of mosquito found in southern New Mexico – Aedes aegypti, the yellow fever mosquito.

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Public invited to the 29th Environmental Design Contest at NMSU

New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering will host the 29th annual Waste-management Education Research Consortium Environmental Design Contest in April. The event brings together industry, government and academia in the search for solutions to the world’s environmental challenges.

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Anne Frank’s stepsister, Holocaust survivor to speak in Las Cruces Head and shoulders of a woman

“The Diary of Anne Frank,” written by a 13-year-old girl while in hiding during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands, is considered one of the most powerful accounts of the human toll of the war. Her thoughts and observations have been published in more than 60 languages since 1947.

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NMSU art gallery celebrates student works in annual Juried Student Show

The annual Juried Student Show, which kicks off 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 14 with an opening reception at the New Mexico State University Art Gallery, will serve as an opportunity for the community to get an up-close look at the artistic talents of NMSU students.

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Potential quorum notice of NMSU regents March 13-17

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Basketball Tournament from March 13-17 at Orleans Hotel and Casino, 4500 W. Tropicana Ave., Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Three Aggies join NMSU Board of Regents

Three newly appointed regents will begin serving on the New Mexico State University Board of Regents after taking the oath of office Friday, March 8, at the Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU College of Arts and Sciences ‘A Starry Night’ honorees named, tickets on sale Golden background with stars and names of honorees

A physicist who worked for the CIA, an award-winning TV sitcom producer, a recognized anthropology professor and a Las Cruces businesswoman will receive this year’s awards at New Mexico State University College of Arts and Sciences “A Starry Night” gala fundraiser on Friday, April 5 at the ASNMSU Center for the Arts.

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NMSU professor co-edits new book honoring pioneer of development ethics “Agency and Democracy in Development Ethics” book cover

New Mexico State University philosophy professor Lori Keleher co-edited a new book to be released through Cambridge University Press in April.

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Aggie Jumpstart program to give some NMSU freshmen a head start for success Students gathered and walking around under various tents

Aggie Jumpstart program to give some NMSU freshmen a head start for success

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NMSU’s Military and Veterans Programs earns recognition for commitment to students United States flag raised up in the air

New Mexico State University is receiving recognition once again for its Military and Veterans Programs, which serves current and former service members and their families as they pursue their educational goals.

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