• October 16, 2021

Tags : College of Agricultural

NMSU to host Iraqi scientists for two-month water training

The College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University will welcome two scientists from Iraq’s Ministry of Water Resources and Ministry of Agriculture for a two-month training on water economics and policy modelling, beginning in December. United States Geological Survey scientist Saud Amer, an affiliated faculty member in the Department of […]Read More

NMSU researchers drive agriculture into the future with big data

Researchers in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University are working to solve an array of real-world challenges – from tracking livestock behavior to improving agricultural sustainability and developing artificial intelligence for agriculture – by using big data. Big data is a loosely defined term for large datasets collected […]Read More

Report Values Economic Impact of NMSU’s College of ACES at

An independent report examining the work of New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences calls the college, its Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service systems “a unique and valuable resource for New Mexico.” The report, produced by consultants from TEConomy Partners of Columbus, Ohio, notes that “together, ACES, the Experiment […]Read More

NMSU College of ACES Evaluates Agricultural Science Center System

Public concern regarding New Mexico State University potentially closing two agricultural science centers has stimulated the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences to conduct a self-evaluation of the 12 centers around the state. “At this time we are not closing any centers; that would be the last recourse, but it is on the table,” […]Read More

NMSU Faculty Share Climate Change, Food Security Knowledge in Colombia

Two New Mexico State University faculty members in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences have recently returned from Colombia, where they shared their knowledge of climate change and the ramifications of climate change on food security. Mick O’Neill, a professor in the Plant and Environmental Sciences department, and David DuBois, New Mexico State […]Read More

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