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Camp Innoventure summer program now offering Albuquerque session

May 28, 2014 by Amanda Bradford, NMSU News Center The 2014 Camp Innoventure program at New Mexico State University will host a weeklong session in June at NMSU’s Albuquerque Center, in addition to two sessions at the Las Cruces campus’ Arrowhead Center. Registration is still open and a few spots remain in each session. “We’re excited to be bringing Camp Innoventure to Albuquerque,” More »

Indian Resource Development program moves to NMSU College of Business

May 20, 2014 by Amanda Bradford, NMSU News Center A state program that promotes higher education and economic development opportunities for Native American students will now be housed in the New Mexico State University College of Business in order to strengthen its emphasis on applied research that benefits tribal communities throughout New Mexico. The Indian Resource Development program is More »

LC Bulletin: Beasley, Mitchell & Co. announces promotions

May 16, 2014. Retrieved online May 19, 2014 from LC Bulletin, Las Cruces Bulletin Two new senior accountants bring many years experience to accounting firm [Excerpts below reprinted with permission: Read the complete Las Cruces Bulletin article] Beasley, Mitchell & Co., a privately owned Las Cruces accounting firm, is proud to announce the promotion of two employees to senior accountant. More »

KRWG News: Las Cruces Needs Minimum Wage Increase. But By How Much?

KRWG News Published on May 18, 2014 Today, like most days when he is not working a shift at Kohl's Harry Kurgans is sitting in front of his laptop trying to find a better job. "All that was available was part time positions, so having not worked for some years--I was glad to get a anything--just to get back in the work force." Before he came to Las Cruces Kurgans owned and operated More »

NMSU Business Outlook: May 2014

A Short Note to New Subscribers Welcome new subscribers! NMSU Business Outlook is a free, monthly online publication sponsored by NMSU’s College of Business. It’s written for business practitioners and laypersons like you. If you prefer not to receive these subscriber emails, which link to each new monthly issue, please contact me at and I’ll remove your email address from More »

LC Bulletin: Employment, unemployment climb

May 9, 2014. Retrieved online May 12, 2014 from Brook Stockberger, Las Cruces Bulletin Erickson: Las Cruces jobs going up [Excerpts below reprinted with permission: Read the complete Las Cruces Bulletin article] Despite the fact unemployment rose in March in the Las Cruces area, employment has climbed. How is that possible? New Mexico State University economist Chris Erickson ex More »

Arrowhead startup OneEighty expands to paperless event tickets

May 8, 2014 by Samuel Horstman, NMSU News Center OneEighty, a startup company launched at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Technology Incubator, has become a new option when it comes to ticket vendors in the area. The company, created by CEO Jon Forrest and Chief Operating Officer Timothy Swope, began as a no-charge membership club that gave NMSU students, staff and members of the L More »

NMSUnews: Marketing students produce videos to promote NMSU’s ‘discovery’ message

NMSUnews Published on May 2, 2014 Students in Michelle Jasso's promotional marketing class at New Mexico State University were tasked with using a collection of 60- to 90-second YouTube videos to tout the university's "All About Discovery" message as part of a semester-long marketing campaign exercise. Check them out on the COB YouTube channel in the NMSU: All About Discovery! playlist. More »

NMSU students help combat illegal dumping in Dona Ana County

DATE by Samuel Horstman, NMSU News Center New Mexico State University students are working with the Doña Ana County Illegal Dumping Partnership Program to make it easier for Las Cruces residents to report illegal dumping through the use of a smartphone application. The new app, NoThrow, integrates with your phone’s camera to capture photos of illegal dump sites. The application then tags More »