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NMSU to host new ranch safety training at Corona Ranch July 25-26 Man riding horse driving cattle

CORONA – Providing certified ranch safety training to employees has become a concern for ranchers since the New Mexico Supreme Court ruled in 2016 that excluding agricultural laborers from the Worker’s Compensation Act is unconstitutional.

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NMSU rodeo records two top 10 finishes at College National Finals Rodeo Man rides a bull.

The New Mexico State University rodeo team concluded the College National Finals Rodeo with a pair of eighth-place finishes at the event in Casper, Wyoming, June 10-16.

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Sustainable Agriculture Field Day to be held at NMSU Field with green trees and grass

New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will host its first-ever Sustainable Agriculture Field Day Thursday, June 28. The event will be from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the NMSU Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center.

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NMSU programs foster diversity and inclusion Picnic

All around campus, staff at New Mexico State University work continuously to promote the values of diversity and inclusion for everyone. But this is a special charge for the offices of Chicano Programs, Black Programs, American Indian Programs, LGBT+ Programs, Military & Veterans Programs and Student Accessibility Services.

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New program encourages faculty, student research collaborations at NMSU Six men stand and hold small drones.

Giving New Mexico State University undergraduate students an opportunity to collaborate with faculty on research projects was the inspiration for the newly created Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program. In its first year, the program established 16 collaborations during the 2017-2018 academic year.

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New Mexico agriculture leaders discuss solution to aging farm, ranch operators Man in white and blue shirt

BELEN – An aging agriculture producer population was the main concern aired at the second in a series of listening sessions by the state’s top agricultural leaders.

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NMSU professor co-authors book on dual language learning along the U.S.-Mexico border Woman speaking with a man

A professor in the New Mexico State University College of Education has co-authored a book exploring how binational students learn English and Spanish, and how they also contribute to dual language curriculum by applying their cross-border culture to lessons learned in the U.S.

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Retired regional businessman bridges communities with endowed scholarship Man in front of building.

Retired Las Cruces businessman and engineer, Orlando Cervantes, recently gifted the New Mexico State University Foundation $50,000 to create the Orlando Cervantes Endowed Scholarship. The scholarship is special in that it specifically bridges the El Paso and Las Cruces communities by awarding graduates of El Paso High School with scholarship dollars to complete a degree in engineering from NMSU.

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NMSU-based NM FAST program to host workshop for Navajo startups

The Navajo Nation is ripe for innovation. They have been entrepreneurs for hundreds of years, creating and selling handmade products and art that are renowned worldwide. While known for their art, there is untapped potential in the innovative technology space by Navajo-led startups. More business development and growth assistance by these startups will be a critical component in creating economic growth for the region.

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Original idea? Patent and Trademark Resource Center at NMSU assists innovators Two men sit at a computer.

Alex Moon has a new idea, and the biology doctorate student at New Mexico State University is trying to patent his idea. Through the process, the Patent and Trademark Resource Center at NMSU’s Zuhl Library has been a valuable resource.

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Third annual Animas, San Juan watershed conference set for June 19-22 in Farmington River scene

FARMINGTON – The third annual conference on environmental conditions of the Animas and San Juan watershed will be June 19-22 at the San Juan College Henderson Fine Arts Center, 4601 College Blvd. in Farmington.

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NMSU Army ROTC commander named Military Science Professor of the Year Head and shoulders of a woman in military uniform

When Lt. Col. Blanca Reyes arrived at New Mexico State University nearly two years ago, she became the university’s first female and first Hispanic professor of military science. Recently she was selected this year’s Professor of Military Science for U.S. Army Cadet Command out of 275 Army ROTC programs across the country.

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NMSU faculty collaborate on grant to study Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument Men and women standing together.

An interdisciplinary team of anthropologists, geologists, biologists and geographers from New Mexico State University is helping the Las Cruces office of the Bureau of Land Management by locating and recording natural and cultural resources on the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument.

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Children, adults invited to learn variety of styles during NMSU dance camp People dancing

Children and teens ages 9 to 18 can learn more about hip-hop, jazz, modern, ballet, classical Spanish and salsa dance styles at the New Mexico State University dance program’s summer dance camp.

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NMSU to compete at College National Finals Rodeo June 10-16 Woman rides a horse around a barrel.

The New Mexico State University rodeo team will travel to Casper, Wyoming, to compete in the College National Finals Rodeo Sunday, June 10, to Saturday, June 16.

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NMSU College of Education professor to retire after 25 years Photo of woman seated at her desk

Karin Wiburg, a New Mexico State University distinguished professor in the College of Education and math education pioneer, will retire this summer after 25 years at the university.

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Cummins-NMSU engineering partnership a ‘win-win’ Student wearing safety glasses

Cummins Inc. and the New Mexico State University Engineering Technology Department have entered a new and unique partnership that will enrich the engineering educational experience of current and future students. Cummins is providing funding for projects that will give students hands-on experience refurbishing old and outdated, but much needed laboratory equipment, as well as supporting the development of new equipment.

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NMSU retired associate professor recognized for teacher education efforts in Mongolia A man and a woman standing

Candace Kaye, a retired associate professor in the New Mexico State University College of Education, recently received an honorary doctorate from the Mongolian National University of Education, along with a prestigious award from the Mongolian government’s Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.

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NMSU English professor pens book on former Aggie basketball star who was shot Book cover

An associate professor of English at New Mexico State University recently published his fourth book telling the true story of Shawn Harrington, a former Aggie basketball star who was shot and paralyzed in Chicago in 2014.

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Center for World University Rankings recognizes NMSU

According to the 2018/19 Center for World University Rankings, New Mexico State University has been ranked in the top 4.3 percent of institutions of higher education worldwide. With 18,000 degree-granting institutions of higher education worldwide evaluated, NMSU ranked 770th and earned a national rank of 184th this year.

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