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NMSU faculty create institute to study Rio Grande Rift One woman and three men standing in front of a wall of petrified wood.

Many residents of southern New Mexico don't realize that they are living in an active geologic landscape: the Rio Grande rift. Volcanoes, earthquakes, and fossils millions of years old are all part of what researchers at New Mexico State University plan to study with help from the newly established Southern Rift Institute.

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Ray to receive NMSU’s Memorial Staff Award at reception Nov. 16 A man poses next to a tree on the NMSU campus.

As director of the New Mexico State University American Indian Programs and an Aggie alumnus, Michael Ray was selected as the award recipient for the 2016 Stephen W. and Robert E. Roberts Memorial Staff Award.

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NMSU Foundation sets fundraising record, increases support for student scholarships Woman and man pose in front of a pond.

The New Mexico State University system, which is in the midst of its “Ignite Aggie Discovery” fundraising campaign, broke its own annual fundraising record by nearly $2 million during the recently completed fiscal year.

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NMSU Extension collaborating with Burrell College Man with bow tie, woman in NM State blouse

New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences is collaborating with Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine with the common goal of providing personal health information to New Mexicans.

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Sneak peek of 'Project: Postcard' for friends of University Art Gallery A red rectangle with toast and fried egg on top and a yellow rectangle with two fried eggs and a piece of bacon for a smile.

Before the 2017 "Project: Postcard" exhibit and fundraiser opens to the public, friends of the University Art Gallery at New Mexico State University will have the opportunity to receive a "Friends Only" exhibition preview and Friends Project Postcard Auction.

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NMSU to close running track to the general public, beginning Jan. 1

New Mexico State University’s running track, one of the university’s intercollegiate athletics facilities, will close to the general public, beginning Jan. 1, 2018. Community members who had used the athletics track in the past are now encouraged to use the running trail at NMSU’s Sisbarro Park, located at the corner of Wells Street and Arrowhead Drive.

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NMSU ROTC commander to give talk about Boy Scout camp in Nepal Group of people in colorful t-shirts

The commander of New Mexico State University’s Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (AFROTC) will give a talk on leading a Boy Scout troop in Nepal as part of the 2017 “Global Connections series in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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Longtime NMSU supporters recognized with state philanthropy awards A man and a woman

Two longtime supporters of New Mexico State University who have significantly contributed to the future of the NMSU and Las Cruces communities have received 2017 National Philanthropy Day awards from the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ New Mexico chapter.

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NMSU Board of Regents to hold multiple meetings Nov. 7-8

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold multiple meetings, in both open and closed session, Nov. 7-8.

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PepsiCo funding new scholarships for NMSU College of Business Three men and a woman holding a giant check

PepsiCo’s advertising message “Change the Game” could apply for nine New Mexico State University College of Business undergraduates.

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Expanded Zuhl Museum at NMSU reopens to public

A renovated and expanded Zuhl Museum at New Mexico State University officially reopened to the public on Thursday, Oct. 26. The museum houses the Zuhl collection of more than 1,800 fossils, minerals and petrified wood.

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NMSU’s Military and Veterans Appreciation Week begins Nov. 6 People sitting at tables outside having lunch.

Military and Veterans Appreciation Week at New Mexico State University will be held Nov. 6-12. The third annual event highlights and supports NMSU students, faculty and staff who have served or are serving in the armed forces.

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State’s agricultural leaders to host listening session Thursday in Las Cruces Two men, one with plaid shirt other with glasses

The dean of New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences and the secretary of the New Mexico Department of Agriculture will hold their last listening session Thursday, Nov. 2, in Las Cruces

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NMSU receives NSF cyber infrastructure award to train local high school students Group of students, faculty and staff under the Computer Center sign

New Mexico State University is one of only 12 universities in the country to receive a cyber infrastructure training grant from the National Science Foundation. The award, worth more than $460,000, will help local high school students gain experience on how information technology is integrated into various disciplines to help them be better informed and skilled when they choose a career.

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NMSU researchers to receive National Water and Energy Conservation Award Man looking at plants

A western multistate research group that includes New Mexico State University will receive the 2018 National Water and Energy Conservation Award in November for their research project “Scaling Microirrigation Technologies to Address the Global Water Challenge.”

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NMSU students spend summer working for Google, MIT Woman standing with buildings in the background

Three New Mexico State University students are back in Las Cruces after a summer filled with great learning opportunities at their summer internships.

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A rare glimpse of audio history open to the public at NMSU’s Klipsch Museum Man standing behind an award.

Audiophiles may well be familiar with Klipsch speakers, which were legendary in their time based on the remarkable engineering performed by New Mexico State University alumnus Paul Wilbur Klipsch. A museum dedicated to Klipsch will be open to the public on Friday, Oct. 27 from 1 to 3 p.m. Tours will be led by electrical and computer engineering professors Steven Sandoval and Chuck Creusere. It is open to the public and is free.

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NMSU receives grant for integrated pest management education, research Garden with fence in foreground

LOS LUNAS – With increased awareness that misuse of synthetic pesticides are a health risk, the implementation of integrated pest management has increased. Despite the fact that research demonstrates the benefit of IPM, widespread adoption of the practice in urban and agricultural systems is still lacking in New Mexico.

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NMSU College of Education dean to speak at NAACP state convention Man’s head and shoulders

Don Pope-Davis, dean of the College of Education at New Mexico State University, will be the keynote speaker at the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People state convention banquet hosted by the NAACP’s Doña Ana County chapter.

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NMSU mechanical, aerospace department head receives National Science Foundation award Man’s head shot

Ruey-Hung Chen, mechanical and aerospace engineering department head in New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering, has received a National Science Foundation award for $352,524.

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