NMSU’s annual poster fair explores wide array of research, creative activity

Date: 2013-10-21 Writer: Darrell J. Pehr, (575) 646-3223, [email protected] More than 40 research posters were presented at the 13th annual University Research Council’s Research and Creative Activities Fair Oct. 4 at New Mexico State University. With topics ranging from urban entomology and beet armyworms to a study of the mysteries of the universe, NMSU students, … Read moreNMSU’s annual poster fair explores wide array of research, creative activity

NMSU to unveil new Southwest Survey Research Center this semester

Date: 2013-09-24 Writer: Isabel A. Rodriguez, (575) 646-7066, [email protected] New Mexico State University’s College of Health and Social Services has named Joe Tomaka as its new associate dean for research. Born and raised in Buffalo, N.Y., Tomaka previously worked at UTEP for 18 years. He will lead the development and operational phase of the Southwest … Read moreNMSU to unveil new Southwest Survey Research Center this semester

NMSU studying heritage landrace chile varieties to create consumer guide

Date: 2013-09-17 Writer: Jane Moorman, (505) 249-0527, [email protected] New Mexico is known for its chile. The spicy vegetable is part of the state’s history, tradition and culture. There is even a state question – “Red or Green?” As the chile industry strives to improve the chile pods for uniformity of size and shape, mechanical harvest … Read moreNMSU studying heritage landrace chile varieties to create consumer guide

NMSU astronomer leads international collaborative exploring galactic evolution

Date: 2013-08-23 Writer: Tonya Suther, 575-646-6233, [email protected] The flow of gas in outer space may hold the key to understanding how galaxies form and evolve, and why the Milky Way looks the way it does today. Astronomers at New Mexico State University will take the helm of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope in October for an … Read moreNMSU astronomer leads international collaborative exploring galactic evolution