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NMSU College of Education selects new Stan Fulton Chair, J. Paul Taylor Endowed Professor Photo of two women standing

Two associate professors with New Mexico State University’s College of Education have each been selected to positions that will help serve the educational needs of the region.

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Las Cruces Women’s Rally to feature NMSU professor as keynote speaker Women’s march demonstrators

Gender inequality, laws and policies that govern an unequal living experience are among the topics Dulcinea Lara, associate professor of criminal justice at New Mexico State University, will address as the keynote speaker of the 2019 Las Cruces Women’s Rally.

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NMSU to create innovative virtual reality lab with gift from Electronic Caregiver

Two faculty members from New Mexico State University have been awarded $350,000 from Las Cruces-based tech company Electronic Caregiver to create a laboratory for aging and functional lifespan research, along with research of visual search scenarios and motor performance environments, using augmented and virtual reality.

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NIH renews 18-year-old NMSU STEM program for another 5 years, takes new direction Head and shoulders of man in front of building

New Mexico State University’s RISE to the Post doctorate Program has generated nearly two decades of success in supporting underrepresented minority students to earn advanced degrees in biomedical fields. Building on that success, the National Institutes of Health has renewed NMSU’s grant for five more years with $3.6 million to expand the program in innovative ways by engaging NMSU students in integrated biology and engineering research.

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NMSU receives NSF grant to work on adaptive landscape irrigation using saline water Student with sensor equipment

New Mexico State University’s Extension Turfgrass Specialist Bernd Leinauer and his team in cooperation with the Colorado School of Mines have received a grant of $750,000 from the National Science Foundation to work on making landscape irrigation scheduling technology more user friendly, particularly when it comes to using it in conjunction with saline, non-potable water.

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Olmos to receive Humanitarian Award at Las Cruces International Film Festival Head and shoulders of a man

Actor and producer Edward James Olmos will receive the Mark Medoff Humanitarian Award at the 2019 Las Cruces International Film Festival following a screening of his film “The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19 at the Rio Grande Theatre. The festival, presented by New Mexico State University and Visit Las Cruces, will run Feb. 19-23.

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NMSU College of Business alums help graduates enter corporate world Man with glasses

College graduates experience the thrill of completing their degree. Then they wonder, “Now what do I do?”

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NMSU grant renewal expands on 16 years of advancement in cancer research info graphic about impacts of U54 PARC program

New Mexico State University’s Partnership for the Advancement of Cancer Research (PACR) received a $5.8 million grant renewal from the National Cancer Institute to continue its efforts to bridge cancer health disparities in underserved communities.

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NMSU professor continues efforts to improve end-of-life care planning Headshot of a woman.

As part of ongoing efforts to improve end-of-life care planning, Frances R. Nedjat-Haiem, an associate professor in the College of Health and Social Services at New Mexico State University, conducted a nationwide study to examine health-care providers’ knowledge, attitudes, behaviors and barriers toward educating patients on advance directives.

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NIH renews 18-year-old NMSU STEM program for another 5 years, takes new direction Head and shoulders of man in front of building

New Mexico State University’s RISE to the Post doctorate Program has generated nearly two decades of success in supporting underrepresented minority students to earn advanced degrees in biomedical fields. Building on that success, the National Institutes of Health has renewed NMSU’s grant for five more years with $3.6 million to expand the program in innovative ways by engaging NMSU students in integrated biology and engineering research.

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New Mexico State baseball head coach backed by donors with four-year pledge Five men sitting around a table.

A new pledge signed by four Aggie fans and donors on Wednesday will supplement the salary of New Mexico State University’s head baseball coach Brian Green through the next four years.

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NMSU, NM Hay Association to host conference in Ruidoso Jan. 24-25 Round bale of hay in field

RUIDOSO – Irrigation efficiencies and pest management will highlight the 2019 Southwest Hay & Forage Conference Thursday and Friday, Jan. 24-25, at the Ruidoso Convention Center.

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NMSU Extension’s NM EDGE helps county commissioners get started People sitting in classroom

When the campaigning is over and the votes have been cast, many candidates find themselves in a new role as an elected official.

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NMSU to host Southwest Beef Symposium in Tucumcari Jan. 16-17 Cow eating

TUCUMCARI – Using the latest research-based information for best practices helps ranchers in the Southwest produce more beef with less impact on natural resources.

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New Mexico Gas Company gift benefits Arrowhead Center’s Sprint accelerator programs Man speaking to a group

New Mexico Gas Company, an Emera Company, recently awarded Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University $100,000 to promote economic development in New Mexico. The gift was announced at NMSU’s Giving Tuesday event, a global day of giving, led by the NMSU Foundation. With the most recent funding, Arrowhead Center at NMSU was provided the opportunity to continue the startup accelerator programs created through a previous NMGC award.

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NMSU, Costa Rican institute explore academic program collaboration Group of people

Hugo Navarro Serrano knows the impact of studying abroad in the development of a person’s career. The Costa Rica native earned his master’s degree in civil engineering at New Mexico State University in 1993.

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Local restaurants raise more than $2K for NMSU’s Aggie Cupboard Two people standing next to a big check.

Aggie Cupboard, a critical food pantry housed at New Mexico State University, received a record-breaking $2,355 gift from ten local restaurants that participated in the NMSU Alumni Association’s third annual Eat for Pete event.

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New NMSU lecture series focuses on entrepreneurship Man and woman stand side-by-side.

To become a driving force for an economy that extends beyond Southern New Mexico, New Mexico State University must become more innovative and entrepreneurial as it prepares today’s students to become tomorrow’s business leaders, said NMSU professor Ebetuel “Beto” Pallares.

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NMSU Art Gallery to present ‘Light Tricks’ exhibit in January Multicolored lights in an arc

Husband and wife team Julie Alpert and Andy Arkley will present “Light Tricks” at the University Art Gallery at New Mexico State University, with an opening reception from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31. The display will run through March 3. All gallery events are free and open to the public.

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NMSU engineering extension programs assist New Mexico businesses

The College of Engineering at New Mexico State University is expanding its reach to New Mexico manufacturers, small business owners and industry with pollution prevention and energy efficiency engineering extension services offered under the Engineering New Mexico Resource Network. As the college’s engineering extension and outreach division, Engineering NM has received a two-year $279,685 grant from the United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 6 Pollution Prevention Grant Program to grow engineering extension services statewide.

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