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NMSU’s Studio G helps launch homegrown businesses through community colleges Teacher standing in classroom

Entrepreneurial community college students and alumni across the New Mexico State University system are making their mark on their communities with support from Studio G, the student business accelerator at NMSU’s Arrowhead Center.

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NMSU offers a variety of youth summer camps Children and advisers sit in front of the NMSU College of Engineering, while holding their summer camp robots.

Summer is right around the corner, and many colleges and departments at New Mexico State University will offer youth summer camps.

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NMSU to showcase College of ACES during open house April 14 Photo of man and woman examining a plant

One of the largest colleges at New Mexico State University, the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, will open its doors to the public during its first ACES Open House this week.

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Domenici Student Scholars Research Papers collection established in NMSU Library A group of seven men and two women stand and pose for a photo.

A new program at New Mexico State University allows university students from across the region an opportunity to have their research papers housed in the NMSU library. The newly established Domenici Student Scholars Research Papers collection will preserve public policy student research papers in the NMSU Library Archives and Special Collections in Branson Library.

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NMSU named to top 20 among 2017-2018 Best Online Colleges Building

New Mexico State University has been ranked in the top 20 as one of the most affordable online universities according to College Choice. With 50 universities nationwide being recognized, NMSU ranked 19th and is the only university in the Southwest to be recognized in the top 20.

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NMSU researchers aim to help homeowners prevent weeds Grass

Spring is underway and with the warm weather starts the work on yards, fields and golf courses to grow grass and manage weeds. New Mexico State University Extension weed specialist and Assistant Professor Leslie Beck and research associate Matteo Serena are conducting a research project to find a better timeline for pre-emergence herbicide applications to help prevent weeds.

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NMSU Cooperative Extension Service, NM Department of Health host cooking school for adults with diabetes

Adults with diabetes can learn how to make healthy, delicious meals at the Kitchen Creations cooking school, offered by the New Mexico State University Extension Service and sponosred by the New Mexico Department of Health Diabetes Prevention and Control Program.

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NMSU students apply for Fulbright fellowships Full body portrait

One New Mexico State University Honors College students will be heading to Spain under a Fulbright grant. A second student has been chosen as an alternate and a third was selected as a semi-finalist.

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Finalists named for NMSU chancellor search

Today the New Mexico State University Board of Regents met in special session to announce the names of five finalists for the NMSU chancellor search.

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NMSU announces settlement with Paul Weir

New Mexico State University and former basketball coach Paul Weir have reached a financial settlement related to Weir’s departure from NMSU in April 2017 to coach at the University of New Mexico. Under a stipulated settlement agreement, both parties have agreed that Weir will pay NMSU $450,000 over the next seven years, with a first payment due May 1.

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