• January 23, 2022

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NMSU Cooperative Extension Service to offer online diabetes cooking classes

New Mexico State University’s  (NMSU) Doña Ana County Cooperative Extension Office will present a series of online cooking classes designed to teach adults with diabetes how to cook healthy meals. The Kitchen Creations series consists of four weekly classes that aim to teach participants about food safety, meal-planning, reading food labels and managing carbohydrates. The […]Read More

NMSU research collaboration with Los Alamos National Lab earns team

For more than four years, a team from NMSU’s Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the College of Engineering has collaborated on high-performance computing research with researchers from the Los Alamos National Laboratory. A product of this partnership includes a peer-reviewed technical paper that was accepted and presented at Supercomputing 2021, which took […]Read More

NMSU researcher: Nearly half of adults in US gained weight

NMSU – The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on health and health-related behaviors. Research from New Mexico State University has found that the pandemic fueled stress-related unhealthy eating habits in Americans. Now, a new study co-authored by a researcher from the NMSU Department of Public Health Sciences shows nearly half of all adults in the […]Read More

NMSU researcher tracks cattle behavior with GPS technology

NMSU – When Derek Bailey was a child in southern Colorado, he was intrigued by cattle that would climb the steep slopes on his family’s ranch while all the other cattle grazed below. “It was steep, mountainous terrain, so cows were down in the bottoms and overgrazed it. But there were always ones that found […]Read More

NMSU – Engineering e3 Initiative aimed at developing career-ready self-directed

The College of Engineering at New Mexico State University (NMSU) has begun a pilot program to help students prepare for entering the job market with career-ready skills and experience. The Engineering Education Enrichment, e3 Initiative, is a co-curricular program funded by the National Science Foundation. The $2.1 million grant to the College of Engineering is […]Read More