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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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NMSU’s College of Engineering helps regional grocers implement sustainable practices A woman, standing on the left, speaks with two men, standing, near a grocery freezer.

Grocers in southern New Mexico have the opportunity to generate operational savings and increased revenue through a United States Department of Agriculture-funded sustainability initiative. Led by the New Mexico State University Engineering New Mexico Resource Network, part of the College of Engineering, and Manomet, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit, grocers can begin the path toward earning an environmental certification designed to help them reduce their environmental footprint.

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NMSU chemical, materials engineering professor receives $1.1 million grant Woman, standing, teaches in front of a table of students, sitting at a table.

New Mexico State University Chemical and Materials Engineering Associate Professor Jessica P. Houston has been awarded a four-year, $1.1 million grant from the National Institutes of Health’s Institute of General Medical Sciences for her project titled “Microflow Time-resolved Cytometry for FRET and Fluorescent Protein Development.”

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NMSU nursing projects receive grants to help border residents Woman wears wireless earbud.

The New Mexico Department of Health’s Office of Border Health has awarded grants to researchers in the School of Nursing at New Mexico State University to fund projects that will separately examine the accuracy of a mobile translation device during mental-health evaluations and create an online, self-care resource for those experiencing urinary incontinence.

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NMSU students graduate with university honors, recognized for academic achievement Group photo of students with faculty

Francesca Ortega of Las Cruces was one of seven outstanding graduates recognized last week during a special ceremony hosted by the William Conroy Honors College at New Mexico State University.

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold closed executive session Dec. 18

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a closed executive session meeting at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 18, in Hadley Hall, Room 127, Las Cruces Campus, 2850 Weddell Street, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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NMSU’s New Mexico Agricultural Leadership to fund scholarships through new endowment  A group of people touring a farm.

New Mexico Agricultural Leadership, an 18-month professional development program at New Mexico State University with a mission to develop dynamic leaders for the state’s agricultural, food and natural resource industries, will start funding scholarships for participants through a new endowment after receiving a final contribution from Farm Credit of New Mexico.

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NMSU Math Snacks program explores how students can better understand algebra People looking at a screen

Researchers at New Mexico State University are looking at how fourth- and fifth-grade students can better understand early algebra concepts after using educational video games developed by the Math Snacks research team at NMSU. In turn, research findings will also help Math Snacks developers create additional materials that will improve students’ grasp of algebra concepts.

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NMSU’s Pistol Pete rallies support for both Aggies and FFA Pistol Pete on field holding FFA jacket

When he’s not sporting the iconic mustache, twirling pistols, posing for pictures and spreading school spirit at sporting events as New Mexico State University’s mascot Pistol Pete, Caleb Gustin finds himself hard at work as the Leadership Coordinator of NMSU’s Future Farmers of America Association.

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Devasthalis to receive honorary degrees at NMSU’s fall commencement Portrait

Since making Las Cruces their home 31 years ago, Ramakrishna and Ammu Devasthali have made a name for themselves in the community especially within the art and medical communities.

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George Lopez to receive award at 2019 Las Cruces International Film Festival Man in a black suit

Well-known comedian, film and television star George Lopez will receive the “Outstanding Achievement in Entertainment Award” during the 2019 annual Las Cruces International Film Festival, presented by New Mexico State University and Visit Las Cruces Feb. 19-24.

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Students to present water research project at NMSU

More than 100 area high school students who participated in a community-based, federally funded water project will visit New Mexico State University Thursday, Dec. 6, as part of a presentation called “Water Conversations: Youth in Emerging Communities on the U.S.-Mexico Border.”

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Music, engineering an unlikely duo for NMSU Pride Marching band members A marching band plays in a parade

It’s an average week for New Mexico State University’s Pride of New Mexico Marching Band members as they learn “Hips don’t lie” by Shakira for a medley during a halftime show at Aggie football games.

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Civil engineer to evaluate effectiveness of water disinfection treatments Researcher looking at petri dish

As in other arid and semiarid parts of the world, water is a precious commodity in the southwestern United States. New Mexico State University civil engineering Assistant Professor Yanyan Zhang is working to evaluate if commonly used disinfection processes are effective in keeping the water supply pathogen-free and safe. Zhang recently received a three-year National Institutes of Health grant for this purpose.

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NMSU to award more than 1,200 bachelor’s, advanced degrees during fall commencement Graduation ceremony

More than 1,200 New Mexico State University students are projected to participate in the fall commencement ceremony.

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Potential quorum notice for NMSU commencement ceremony

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 Dec. 7 and Dec. 8 as detailed below:

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Space Grant Consortium awards fellowships, scholarships to NMSU students

On November 28, 2018, New Mexico Space Grant Consortium (NMSGC) at New Mexico State University awarded 10 NMSU College of Arts and Sciences and four College of Engineering students with Undergraduate Research Scholarships or Graduate Research Fellowships for the spring 2019 and fall 2019 semesters totaling $135,000.

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold closed executive session Dec. 6

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a closed executive session meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, in Hadley Hall, Room 130, Las Cruces Campus, 2850 Weddell Street, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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NMSU Extension, ICAN supporting Santa Fe County senior center community garden Woman in wheelbarrow

EDGEWOOD – Residents of southern Santa Fe County and Torrance County may be a car ride from Albuquerque, but they live in a food desert.

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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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