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$2.1 million software donation furthers NMSU geoscientists’ research Side view of man using a computer

A key part of many fields such as oil and gas exploration, mining, gas storage, carbon sequestration and geothermal energy development is being able to predict what is under the Earth’s surface. New Mexico State University faculty and students will now be able to use cutting-edge techniques to analyze the subsurface structure of the Earth thanks to a donation of software worth more than $2.1 million from Petroleum Experts, Ltd.

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NMSU Regents approve new rule, paving the way for industrial hemp production in NM

Beginning in 2019, farmers in New Mexico will be allowed to produce industrial hemp. Regulations for growing the crop, approved today by the New Mexico State University Board of Regents, are expected to benefit growers and create a new economic driver for the state. The rule will be administered by the New Mexico Department of Agriculture.

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NMSU will celebrate the holiday season beginning Dec. 2 A starry night as the luminarias light up the sky.

The fall semester is coming to an end and the New Mexico State University community will have the opportunity to relax and enjoy the celebration of the winter holiday season.

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NMSU Art Department to host aikido performance as part of Eric LoPresti’s ‘Superbloom’ exhibition Two men in hakama perform aikido for a group.

The New Mexico State University Art Gallery will host an aikido performance by Eric LoPresti, Paul Forhan, head instructor of Aikido of El Paso, and Octavio Pina, from Aikikai Aikido of Las Cruces. The performance is part of LoPresti’s exhibition “Superbloom” and will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1 in the University Art Gallery, 1390 E. University Ave. A panel discussion will follow the performance at 2 p.m. Both of these events are free and open to the public.

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Donors raise $2.1 million on NMSU’s fourth-annual Giving Tuesday A large group of people standing with a big check.

The New Mexico State University Foundation announced Wednesday that Aggie supporters raised more than $2.1 million during NMSU’s fourth-annual Giving Tuesday.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet Dec. 7

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a regular meeting at 8 a.m. Friday, Dec. 7, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building, Las Cruces Campus, 1780 East University Avenue, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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NMSU to host forage workshop in Los Lunas Dec. 4

LOS LUNAS – The majority of New Mexico agricultural commodities are fueled by forage.

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NMSU to host New Mexico Sustainable Ag Conference in Los Lunas Dec. 12 Cows looking at camera

LOS LUNAS – Livestock production in New Mexico is valued at $2.2 billion, according to the New Mexico Department of Agriculture. To maintain and improve this sector of the state’s $3.2 billion agricultural income, producers are encouraged to adopt sustainable production practices.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center to host Department of Defense Navy SBIR/STTR Innovation Summit in Albuquerque Photo of men at a table

This year’s Department of Defense Navy SBIR/STTR Innovation Summit, hosted by the New Mexico Federal and State Technology Partnership program at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, will be held from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 12 at the Albuquerque Convention Center.

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NMSU Board of Regents to have special meeting Nov. 29

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a special meeting at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building, Las Cruces Campus, 1780 East University Avenue, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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NMSU professor elected president of international insurance board A headshot of a man.

New Mexico State University finance professor Tim Query has been elected president of the Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association, an organization with an international membership of academics, executives, researchers and government leaders who share ideas and engage in collaborative research for the benefit of the insurance industry.

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Family makes gift to NMSU on eight-year mark of car accident Two people sitting in a room being supervised by three others through a one-way mirror.

Matt Olson loves to make others laugh. In his free time, he reads about New Mexico history and wars, and when he’s not inside a book, he enjoys meeting new people. It sounds like an average life – one as the father of two children, who are both students at New Mexico State University, and husband to his wife Patty. But, eight years ago, Matt and his family lived a different life.

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NMSU researcher, collaborators prolong water contaminant treatment using ozone Researcher looking at test tubes

Kenneth “KC” Carroll, an associate professor in New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, and his collaborators have discovered an increase in the lifespan of ozone, giving more time for it to treat water both in groundwater and in waste-water treatment systems.

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NMSU will screen ‘ALTERNATE ENDINGS, ACTIVIST RISINGS’ Nov. 30 Group of advocates posing for a picture.

A public screening at New Mexico State University of “ALTERNATE ENDINGS, ACTIVIST RISINGS” will highlight the impact of art in AIDS activism and advocacy. The event will be free and open to the public and held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 30 at the Creative Media Institute theatre on the NMSU campus located at 2915 McFie Circle.

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NMSU announces five-year, $4 million grant renewal for New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation

The New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation has received a five-year, $4 million grant renewal from the National Science Foundation for 2018-2023. New Mexico State University is the lead institution for the statewide program that was created in 1993.

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NMSU Farmington research center participating in Potatoes USA variety study Man holding white object

FARMINGTON – Approximately 5,000 semi-truck loads of potatoes leave the Four Corners region every year. The spuds are headed to dinner tables via retail stores and snack processors.

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NMSU celebrates inauguration of Chancellor Arvizu, President Floros Man standing at a podium

Faculty, staff and students from across the New Mexico State University system gathered on the main campus Thursday afternoon to celebrate the inauguration of Chancellor Dan Arvizu and President John Floros, who both encouraged others to, “Be bold. Shape the future.”

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NMSU’s fourth climate change presentation focuses on reducing greenhouse gases Head and shoulders of a man

New Mexico State University’s Climate Change Education Seminar Series continues Nov. 28 with a closer look at cap and trade programs used to control carbon emissions and other types of pollution.

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STEM Outreach Center at NMSU receives funding to continue STEM programs

The STEM Outreach Center at New Mexico State University has received $224,000 to expand STEM programs for K-8th grade students in Hatch, Gadsden and Las Cruces schools.

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NMSU business program ranked among best for veterans

New Mexico State University’s business administration program has been ranked as one of the best programs in the state and nation for veterans, according to new rankings released by College Factual, a New York-based firm that tracks data analytics and insights on college outcomes.

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