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Researchers launch smart grid epicenter at NMSU

NMSUnews Published on Apr 11. College of Business Editor’s Note: Jeffrey Teich, Department of Management, is a major researcher in the iCREDITS Center Research Coordination group, whose goal is to “Design coordination mechanisms that allow smart grid entities to coordinate…
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Panorama: A lighthearted approach to accounting: Scribner says it’s all about the students

Fall 2008 by Justin Bannister Aggie Panorama It’s 6:15 a.m. Monday morning. Many college students will most likely be asleep for another four to five hours. Many college professors are hitting the snooze button on their alarm clocks, dreading the…
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NMSU’s insurance studies program receives $10,000 gift from State Farm

July 1, 2008 by Justin Bannister NMSU News Center Students in New Mexico State University’s insurance studies program will have an easier time with tuition, thanks to a $10,000 gift from State Farm Insurance. The gift will go toward student…
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Red chile farmers and processors get help from NMSU faculty

July 9, 2007 by Elizabeth Myers NMSU News Center The industry that brings New Mexicans one of their favorite spicy foods may become more efficient thanks to help from several departments at New Mexico State University. Delia Valles-Rosales, assistant professor…
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