From the Desk of the President
Five thousand luminarias will brighten New Mexico State University's Las Cruces campus during the 26th annual "Noche de Luminarias" from 6-8:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5. read more...
Around the State
Due to popular demand, the County College program administered by New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service is expanding.
"We are excited to brand our new umbrella organization New Mexico EDGE, which stands for Education Designed to Generate Excellence," said Mary DeLorenzo, program director. "This will allow us to expand our training programs into other areas of the public sector such as municipal entities, public sector entities and various state agencies that have a need for specialized training." read more...
Pete Gnatkowski, agricultural agent for the Lincoln County Cooperative Extension Service, views his role with New Mexico State University as the person people in the community can come to when they have a question about the various aspects of agriculture.
"Our office is the extension of NMSU in Lincoln county. We are the source of research-based information from our land grant university for clientele away from the Las Cruces campus or branch colleges," Gnatkowski said. "I think you need to be a part of the community, a part of the people's lives in the county to build trust with the people you serve. read more...
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