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Howard returns to NMSU with research expertise, commitment, eagerness for new challenges

August 28, 2013 by Darrell J. Pehr, NMSU News Center New Mexico State University’s new Executive Vice President and Provost Daniel J. Howard is experiencing some of the same excitement and sense of challenge he felt as an eager young NMSU faculty member some 25 years ago. As a new assistant professor of biology at NMSU back in 1988, the evolutionary biologist was thrilled to become par More »

Howard named NMSU’s new executive vice president and provost, effective Aug. 1

June 25, 2013 by AUTHOR, NMSU News Center Editor's Note: There is just one ‘n’ in Dr. Lichtenfels’ first name, Jenifer. Dan Howard, a long-time New Mexico State University professor and current dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Colorado Denver, has been appointed executive vice president and provost of NMSU. “Dan Howard is an outstandi More »

More than 30 years of giving has helped hundreds graduate from NMSU

NMSU News: NMSU President's Associates Scholarship Program NMSU News Uploaded by nmsunews on Feb 24, 2012. Republished on Jun 19, 2012 by nmsunews For more than three decades, high school honor students from across New Mexico have attended New Mexico State University thanks in part to a unique scholarship program funded by gifts to the institution. The President's Associates Scholar More »

Atlantic Monthly: Beating Obesity

May 2010. Retrieved online: May 4, 2010, from Marc Ambinder, Atlantic Monthly magazine Read the Atlantic Monthly magaize article "Beating Obesity" for reference to Dr. Collin Payne's research. ...Over the past two decades, as the U.S. economy shed manufacturing jobs, work has become more sedentary for many people; the decline in the real minimum wage and thus labor costs (which account for o More »

NMSU profs find border region voting patterns can influence national elections

Feb. 29, 2000 by Rachel Kendall NMSU News Center Bradley, Bush, Gore, McCain. No matter who is to become our next president, New Mexico State University economists say they'll benefit if their campaign trail stops along the border. James Peach and Richard Adkisson, economics and international business professors at NMSU, recently completed a study of the voting patterns of residents alon More »