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NMSU, Gov. Richardson to showcase capabilities, access to world’s fastest public supercomputer

January 25, 2010 by Christina Pheley NMSU NewsCenter As one of the state’s “gateways” to New Mexico’s supercomputer, the fastest publicly available supercomputer in the world, New Mexico State University will participate in “Connect New Mexico,” a statewide event Monday,…
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NMSU professor awarded for book on Domenici legacy

January 13, 2010 by Justin Bannister NMSU NewsCenter The book “Senator Pete Domenici’s Legacy,” edited by New Mexico State University Professor Jon Hunner, has won the award for best anthology of 2009 by the New Mexico Book Awards. The awards,…
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KRWG TV: Newsmakers Episode 107 – Early College / Fighting Hunger

KRWG TV: Newsmakers October 29, 2009. A field report on the early college program planned for New Mexico State University and a conversation with Western New Mexico University professor Sharman Apt Russell, author of “Hunger-An Unnatural History” and part of…
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NMSU takes a lead in growing America’s energy future

June 30, 2009 by Therese Shakra NMSU News Center The green economy is quickly growing and New Mexico State University and the College of Engineering’s Institute for Energy and the Environment (IEE) continue to fuel New Mexico’s instrumental role in…
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Senior fellow, director of International Relations Institute now 2008 Kansan of the Year

March 10, 2009 by Mario A. Montes NMSU News Center It’s difficult to find a starting point to describe the accomplishments of Delano Lewis, but his recognition as 2008 Kansan of the Year is his latest. A senior fellow at…
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IEE researchers examine feasibility of local green crude™ production

Nov. 11, 2008 by M. Therese Shakra NMSU Round Up The Institute for Energy and the Environment (IEE), part of New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering, is in the process of finalizing a proposed grant for approximately $450,000 to…
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International Relations Institute hosts Gov. Richardson, Cuba affairs expert

April 14, 2008 by Mario Montes NMSU News Center The International Relations Institute at New Mexico State University has a role of bringing together scholars, diplomats and experts in international relations to stimulate dialogue and understanding of international issues. And…
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Implementation of NMSU Master Plan requires look to future, respect for past

Feb. 11, 2008 by Darrell J. Pehr NMSU News Center New Mexico State University is moving ahead on its recently adopted Master Plan, with campus leaders making a commitment to ensure all parties benefit from the planned development of the…
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NMSU announces Sen. Pete V. Domenici Legacy project

January 25, 2008 by Justin Bannister NMSU News Center New Mexico State University has established the Pete V. Domenici Legacy – a multifaceted effort to honor the senator’s impact on public policy and his contributions to the State of New…
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Small things bring big rewards for Genetic Testing Lab and NMSU

Aug. 4, 2006 by Jeany Llorente-Ontiveros NMSU News Center In 2005, the Genetic Testing Laboratories (GTL) Inc. partnered with New Mexico State University to venture into the multi-million-dollar world of genetic testing. After more than a year in the market,…
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