• NMSU film graduates make big splash with eHarmony commercial

    ALBUQUERQUE – Four New Mexico State University graduates’ film company, Hardline Films, is in the limelight for a commercial they produced for eHarmony.

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  • New Mexico State's Susan DeMar '02 is tireless crusader for women, underrepresented minorities in STEM

    Hard work pays off. In April, DeMar received the NMSU 2017 Community Engagement Staff Award for serving as advisor of the American Association of University Women (AAUW)’s affiliate campus organization and as president of the NMSU Women’s Club. The distinction comes on the heels of her receipt of the Stephen W. and Robert E. Roberts Memorial Staff Award for dedicated service to NMSU.

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  • NMSU gallery to exhibit new acquisitions

    From June 9 through Aug. 18, the University Art Gallery at New Mexico State University will present an exhibition of several new additions to the gallery’s permanent collection acquired over the past two years. Works including those by Joshua Shane Flores, Felice House, Zachery Lechtenberg, Mónica Martínez, Jason Middlebrook, Jenny Morgan, Christine Nguyen, Wendy Red Star, Jim Waid, Terri Warpinski, Kerianne Quick and selections from the Don M. Gonzales Poster Collection will be on display.

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  • NMSU research reveals mosquito repellents that work best

    Just as the first mosquitoes of the season are making an appearance, New Mexico State University researchers are sharing results of six months of testing on 11 different mosquito repellent products.

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  • NMSU alumna receives prestigious Fulbright grant to teach in South Korea

    Tiffany Cox is quite familiar with studying in other countries. The New Mexico State University graduate and Artesia, New Mexico, native studied abroad in England and South Korea during her undergraduate career at NMSU. And she’ll soon head back to South Korea.

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  • NMSU research shows technology may help speed political polarization

    While pundits and news outlets claim political polarization in America is at an all-time high since the November 2016 election, a study led by New Mexico State University researchers may have discovered one of the factors driving it – customization technology.

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  • Special issue of the newsletter dedicated to Williams Hall

    D.W. Williams Hall was built in 1938, originally as a gymnasium. It was converted to house the Department of Art in 1972, but does not have the adequate space for learning, teaching, or storage. For example, the building still has the ORIGINAL concrete bleachers built into the then-gymnasium. The building has only about half the usable square footage necessary to accommodate its current programs, limiting enrollment.

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From Our Dean

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Enrico Pontelli
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

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