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Student summit to highlight NMSU’s Black History Month

New Mexico State University’s Black Student Association and Black Programs will celebrate Black History Month with 13 events throughout the month of February.

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NMSU rodeo team prepares for 2018 season A woman lifts a goat up in an arena and prepares to tie its legs during a rodeo event.

Last Tuesday afternoon at New Mexico State University, a goat tying athlete practiced in the cold 40-degree weather, horses were exercised with steam roaring from their noses and athletes began pulling their trailers in after the break. 2018 has begun and the college rodeo season is about to heat up for a competitive year.

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NMSU Career Services to host 13th annual Career Connections Man talking to a man.

With 88 employers registered, New Mexico State University students and alumni along with community members can attend the 13th annual Career Connections Fair Jan. 30-31. NMSU Career Services hosts the two-day event that will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Corbett Center Student Union third floor ballrooms.

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University Art Gallery at NMSU unveils first major exhibit of 2018 Head and shoulders of a woman with long black hair

Get ready for an immersive experience at the New Mexico State University Art Gallery this month. The gallery’s major exhibit for spring begins Thursday, Jan. 25 with a question and answer session with the artist Wendy Red Star as a preview before the opening reception Friday, Jan. 26 at 5:30 p.m. for “Wendy Red Star: The Maniacs (We’re Not The Best, But We’re Better Than the Rest).”

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NMSU professor uses autonomous vehicles to teach interdisciplinary engineering Three people working on a drone

Liang Sun, an assistant professor in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department in the New Mexico State University College of Engineering, is bringing the interdisciplinary nature of real-world engineering to his students.

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Government professor to give talk on student trip to Germany to help refugees group of people

A professor in New Mexico State University’s Government Department will give a talk about the Faculty-led International Program she took with students to Germany as the next lecture in the College of Arts and Sciences’ “Global Connections” series.

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NMSU alumnus to be featured in Chef Artist Dinner Man posing inside, dressed in a white shirt

The school of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management at New Mexico State University will host its first ever Chef Artist Dinner at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 6, in the 100 West Café and Bobby Lee Lawrence Academy of Wine. The special guest chef will be NMSU alumnus, Andres Padilla.

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NMSU to host panel on trends, needs at Hispanic-serving institutions

Six prominent advocates for the increase of Chicanas/Latinas and indigenous women in higher education will visit New Mexico State University Feb. 2 for a panel on the trends and needs at Hispanic-serving institutions.

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Las Cruces High School senior scores $7,500 NMSU scholarship with hole-in-one Eight people standing on the basketball court with a big check.

With one swift swing of the club and onlooking, cheering Aggie fans, Aaron Ramsey paid off his first year studying at New Mexico State University. Ramsey, a senior at Las Cruces High School, will attend NMSU in the fall tuition-free after out-scoring four other participants in a game of putt-putt yesterday during halftime of the Aggie Men’s basketball matchup against the Seattle Redhawks.

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Firm launches website in search for NMSU’s next chancellor

A website outlining the expectations and requirements for New Mexico State University’s next chancellor has been launched by Wheless Partners, an executive search and leadership consulting firm. Applications and anonymous referrals may be submitted through the website, www.nmsuchancellorsearch.com.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center to send competitive entrepreneur to global summit Auditorium with panel of four people sitting on a dais under a spotlight

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University is sending one competitive entrepreneur to compete at the Global Agripreneurs Summit in Istanbul, Turkey, in April 2018. Arrowhead was selected as the only location in the United States to hold a competition as part of the Future Agro Challenge.

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Writers, activists to kick off NMSU’s 2018 Pride Season Pride Season 2018 Flyer

Pride Season at New Mexico State University kicks off Monday, Jan. 29, with a discussion by Che Gossett, a transgender writer and activist of color from Rutgers University, who will discuss gender, sexuality and race.

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Renowned film animator, director to be honored at Las Cruces International Film Festival Head and shoulders of a man with gray hair and glasses

Before “The Simpsons” and before the “Family Guy,” there was Ralph Bakshi. In the 1970s, Bakshi established an alternative to mainstream animation through independent and adult-oriented productions. This spring, he will receive the Outstanding Achievement in Animation Award during the 2018 Las Cruces International Film Festival presented by New Mexico State University, which runs March 7-11.

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NMSU vice president for research candidates visit campus

Five candidates are finalists for vice president for research at New Mexico State University. The VPR is the chief research official at the university, plays a central role in all national and international activities related to research policy and provides leadership to the university in identifying emerging research opportunities.

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New Mexico State University hosts 35th annual San Juan Basin Beef Symposium Cattle looking at camera

FARMINGTON – Herd health is vital for a cattle producer to build and maintain a successful business.

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NMSU electrical engineering professor, Las Cruces native studies acoustics Man standing outside

As an assistant professor in the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at New Mexico State University, Steven Sandoval is conducting research that could affect acoustics and signal processing.

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Raise a glass: Successful Aggie-owned brewing company launches Pistol Pete’s 1888 Ale Man pouring a glass of beer

The New Mexico State University Aggies kicked off a successful football season with the help of a celebratory drink developed by three former Aggies with a passion for entrepreneurship and beer.

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NMSU honors departments, faculty at 2018 spring convocation A group of people

New Mexico State University faculty and staff were welcomed back to campus on Tuesday, Jan. 16, during the spring 2018 convocation ceremony at NMSU’s Atkins Recital Hall. Every fall and spring, convocation is held to honor excellence on campus.

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NMSU retiree receives lifetime aeronautical achievement award White machine with flags on the sides

Erich Klein, former aerospace engineer and balloon engineer specialist for New Mexico State University’s Physical Science Laboratory, received the Otto C. Winzen Lifetime Achievement award from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

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NMSU to hold grapevine pruning workshops in Las Cruces, Belen Man standing in grape vineyard

The techniques used to prune grapevines in a commercial setting can optimize the yield and berry composition of the plants.

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Lou and Mary Henson to receive NMSU’s Presidential Medallion award A man and a woman.

New Mexico State University will award the 2018 Presidential Medallion to Lou and Mary Henson during the spring convocation ceremony Tuesday, Jan. 16, at the Atkinson Recital Hall.

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Film festival to unveil 2018 official poster at public event Man looking through a camera with mountains in background

The Las Cruces International Film Festival (LCIFF) presented by New Mexico State University is set for March 7-11 but film lovers can get preview when festival organizers unveil the 2018 festival poster at a special event from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 26 at the Cutter Gallery at 2640 El Paseo Road.

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NMSU dance students to showcase talents in ‘Thresholds,’ host high school students

The New Mexico State University Department of Kinesiology and Dance will host two events this month that will showcase the talents of its dance students and provide information about the dance program.

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NMSU to host certification course for food service industry professionals

New Mexico State University will host a three-day training and certification course designed for food and beverage industry professionals.

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Bringing the heat, NMSU’s annual Chile Conference set for Feb. 5-6 Chile peppers

Registration is now open for the 2018 New Mexico Chile Conference hosted by New Mexico State University’s Chile Pepper Institute. Drawing attendees from all over the world, the conference runs Feb. 5-6 at Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces.

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NMSU, Institute of American Indian Art host agriculture conference in Santa Fe

SANTA FE – The New Mexico Pueblo Beginning Farmer Rancher two-day agricultural conference will be held Thursday and Friday, Feb. 8-9, at the Institute of American Indian Art campus in Santa Fe, 83 Avan Nu Po Road.

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NMSU’s ACES High pilot program produces calves for international market Close up of calf’s ear, ear tag and eye.

Getting the best price possible at the sale barn is the goal of cattle producers. It can be tricky with the constantly changing market prices. However, a value-added program is a marketing tool that helps producers earn more dollars for their operation’s bottom line.

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Library endowment at NMSU celebrates a Mesilla Valley heritage Exhibit with photos and papers hanging on a wall.

With family roots in the Mesilla Valley that can be traced back to the 1870s, Humboldt Mandell Jr. was searching for a way to honor his parents, Humboldt Casad Mandell and Evangeline Smith Mandell, after their lifetimes.

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NMSU Extension faculty participating in nationwide student health research Photo of man at a computer

New Mexico State University is one of several schools participating in the USDA grant-funded Fruved project based at the University of Tennessee, but NMSU researchers are hoping to use some of the data to determine how healthy NMSU students are.

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Two scholarships honoring Cervantes matriarch support local ag, nursing students Six young women standing around their grandmother.

Two scholarships memorializing one of the Mesilla Valley’s most distinguished female leaders will now honor two local students pursuing agricultural and nursing aspirations at New Mexico State University.

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