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NMSU graduate, father of two credits family and CAMP program with his success Student in front of chemical engineering department

David Rodriguez will cross the stage to collect his degree this Saturday with hundreds of other graduates at this year’s commencement ceremony at New Mexico State University. He will earn his degree in chemical engineering, but this father-of-two’s non-traditional path began in Mexico, where he was born and raised.

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NMSU selects Monica Torres as DACC president Woman in light blue shirt.

Monica Torres has been named president of Doña Ana Community College. New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu made the announcement during an NMSU Board of Regents meeting today.

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NMSU ranks in top 25 for enrolling, graduating women in computer science Four women standing in a computer science lab

Angela Kearns, who graduated from New Mexico State University in May with a degree in computer science and mathematics, has a job waiting for her at Nike as a software engineer.

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NMSU to launch Bloomberg Terminal curriculum, certification program this fall A headshot of a man.

This fall, with support from an alumnus and corporate donors, New Mexico State University will launch a highly anticipated Bloomberg Terminal curriculum in the Finance Department in the College of Business at the Las Cruces campus. It will be the largest program of its kind in New Mexico, featuring enhanced finance courses integrating the Bloomberg Terminal (https://www.bloomberg.com/professional/expertise/universities/).

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NMSU to award more than 1,900 bachelor’s, advanced degrees at spring commencement Students at graduation

More than 1,900 New Mexico State University students are projected to participate in the spring commencement ceremony.

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NAPI, Navajo-TEC funding NMSU supported Navajos Cultivating Success gardens project Girl looking at plants

GALLUP – The Navajo Nation is a vast “food desert” with the majority of Dine’ people having little or no access to fresh fruits and vegetables or other healthy food.

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NMSU business students compete for scholarships in campus ‘Shark Tank’ A group of people stand in a lobby.

The College of Business at New Mexico State University awarded $5,000 in scholarships to more than 20 students who participated in the 2019 COBA Business Advisory Council Student Shark Tank Competition, held April 26 at the Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU to house first autism diagnostic center in southern New Mexico Photo of a man kneeling

Families will no longer have to wait two to three years to travel to Albuquerque in order to obtain an autism diagnosis for their children once a new autism diagnostic center opens its doors at the New Mexico State University Las Cruces campus.

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NMSU assistant professor studies how internal, external foci affect athletic skills Photo of a woman golfing

Looking to improve your golf game? A research study led by an assistant professor at New Mexico State University and an assistant professor at Texas Woman’s University suggests that focusing internally and externally may help novice golfers learning a golf chip shot.

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NMSU, UNM compete in first-ever financial management research bowl

The rivalry between New Mexico State University and the University of New Mexico found a new arena recently as the universities’ financial management students presented their investment analysis of a company in the CFA Society New Mexico Research Bowl.

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Potential quorum notice of NMSU regents May 10

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend a breakfast held in conjunction with the NMSU Foundation Annual Board Meeting from 8-9 a.m. Friday, May 10, in the Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E. University Ave., Las Cruces.

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Potential quorum notice of NMSU regents May 10-11

A potential quorum of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents may occur as regents may attend commencement events held on the NMSU Las Cruces Campus on May 10 and 11 as detailed below:

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NMSU engineering extension programs find money-saving, efficiency resources for small businesses A man, left, stands and works at a table, while a man, right, is seated and works on a laptop.

For small business owners, finding ways to cut expenses can be essential. New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering is uncovering cost-saving methods for small business owners across the state.

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NMSU TRIO staff members elected to state association leadership positions Three women standing outside.

Three New Mexico State University TRIO staff members have been elected to serve leadership positions with the TRIO New Mexico Association.

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NMSU Network and Security Group takes third at cyber defense competition Group photo, featuring eight people.

Keeping hackers away is critical for businesses, and the New Mexico State University Network and Security Group faced that issue at the Southwest Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition. The team recorded a third-place finish, its best since first qualifying for the regional in 2015.

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NMSU will offer several camp experiences during summer 2019 Large group of girls pose together outside building

Summer is coming soon and New Mexico State University’s colleges and departments will offer several different summer camps for local youth students.

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NMSU selects finalists for provost position

New Mexico State University has announced the final four candidates for the university’s provost position.

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Aggie Memorial ceremony to be held May 1 Logo of a candle.

New Mexico State University will host the annual Aggie Memorial ceremony to remember NMSU students, employees and alumni who have died in the past year. The ceremony will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 1, at the Spiritual Center. The ceremony, which is in its seventh year, is open to the public.

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NMSU Model U.N. team awarded highest honor at national conference Model UN team holding award

For the 13th year, the New Mexico State University’s Model United Nations team picked up top honors during their National Model U.N. Conference in New York City.

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NMSU professor awarded $1.48 million to study key to cancer drug’s resistance Man in a white coat in lab holding items under glass

Tamoxifen has been used for more than 40 years to treat early stage, locally advanced and metastatic breast cancers. It may be beneficial for many patients, but it doesn’t work for everyone.

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