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We are New Mexico’s land-grant institution, a comprehensive research institution of higher education dedicated to teaching, research, and service at the undergraduate and graduate levels. NMSU is a NASA Space Grant College, a Hispanic-serving institution and is home to the very first Honors College in New Mexico. We have been recognized as a top tier university on the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges for 2016 National Universities rankings.

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Our core research strengths include areas in agricultural and life sciences, computer science and computer and electrical engineering, space science and aerospace, and sustainability—including energy, environment and water.

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With educational and administrative locations in every county, we continue to provide the people of New Mexico with practical, research-based knowledge and programs to improve their quality of life.

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Recent News

Chunming Zhu, postdoctoral researcher

Research Spotlight

NMSU researchers investigate phenomenon crucial for solar flare production

Solar flares are large storms on the sun that can affect us here on Earth, interfering with cell phone service, radio and GPS navigation systems. Unlike other space weather events, radiation from solar flares travels at the speed of light. We get no warning that they’re coming. In a study published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters in April, New Mexico State University astronomers’ research about an electromagnetic phenomenon called a “current sheet,” provides support for the computer models that may eventually be used to predict solar flares before our communications can be disrupted.

Dominic Lowhar, a flute player

Student Spotlight

NMSU students selected to perform solos with local symphony

Two students in New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences will perform as featured soloists with the New Horizons Symphony at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 15, in Atkinson Recital Hall. Dominic Lowhar, senior music education major, and Nathan Tanner Dossey, a sophomore marketing major and music minor, were selected from 10 instrumentalists to win the 2016 Young Artist Competition, sponsored by the New Horizons Symphony. The students will perform under the direction of Marianna Gabbi, symphony conductor and NMSU professor emeritus of music.

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