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We are New Mexico’s land-grant institution and a comprehensive research university dedicated to teaching, research and service at all levels. Recognized as a top-tier university by U.S. News & World Report, NMSU is a welcoming community of talented faculty, staff and students who are working together to make a difference. As a NASA Space Grant College, a Hispanic-serving institution and home to the first Honors College in New Mexico, NMSU offers an accessible education that shapes bright futures.

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Recent News

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University Highlight

NMSU-developed chile grown on International Space Station

Did you know a chile cultivar developed at New Mexico State University is being grown aboard the International Space Station? The NuMex ‘Española Improved’ pepper is part of NASA’s Plant Habitat-04 experiment, and NMSU graduates are among the researchers and scientists who helped chile find its way to space. 

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Research Highlight

Kinesiology professor awarded grant for cancer-related research

Sang-Rok Lee, a kinesiology associate professor at New Mexico State University, has received an internal grant from the Partnership for the Advancement of Cancer Research (PACR) between NMSU and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center supported by the National Cancer Institute.

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