Adriana M. Chávez, Las Cruces Sun-News

Adriana M. Chávez

Las Cruces Sun-News

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Past articles by Adriana:

NMSU initiative seeks to support men of color

The Men of Color initiative at NMSU was created to support students by hosting weekly study groups, social events and other activities. → Read More

NMSU alumna awarded Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship, will travel to Romania

It was an easy decision for Crist, who graduated from New Mexico State University in 2021, to apply for the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant program. → Read More

NMSU student research and creative arts symposium returns in person April 27

Commonly known on campus as URCAS, the symposium celebrates and showcases undergraduate scholarly activity in all fields. → Read More

Eye on R1: NMSU takes steps to achieve top research university status

When one thinks of academic research, topics that immediately come to mind often involve science, technology, engineering and mathematics. → Read More

Former NMSU president remembered for contributions to education, dedication to university

Conroy, whose contributions to the university inspired the naming of NMSU’s Honors College, died in early February at the age of 90. → Read More

NMSU professor delves into bilingual STEM education, teacher preparation

New Mexico’s culturally and linguistically diverse population drew Magdalena Pando from Texas in August 2017. Now, she's pursuing her passion. → Read More

Cheers! Pete’s Patio reopens after year and a half; wins national bronze award

Due to the outbreak of the pandemic, however, Pete’s Patio had to close its doors and, like many other bars and restaurants, faced an uncertain future. → Read More

Partners in research: NMSU professors in education, criminal justice join forces in study

There’s an unusual but interesting, partnership between two New Mexico State University faculty members in two vastly different fields. → Read More

Abuzz with native bees: NMSU embarks on a quest to capture bee diversity in New Mexico

There are more than 4,000 bee species in the United States and about 1,000 bee species in New Mexico. → Read More

Grant to help NMSU STEM Outreach Center extend after-school programs

he STEM Outreach Center at New Mexico State University has been awarded a five-year grant totaling $26.5 million. → Read More

NMSU study finds ‘staggering’ increase in New Mexico teacher job vacancies

The number of teacher vacancies in New Mexico has nearly doubled in the last year, according to a report by New Mexico State University. → Read More

NMSU SOAR Center provides valuable student research experience, community outreach

The Southwest Outreach Academic Research Evaluation & Policy Center at NMSU was founded by Karen Trujillo as a way for students to get hands-on experience. → Read More

NMSU early childhood research institute provides fun, culturally relevant activities for area toddlers

Feedback from families has shaped the kinds of activities the team offers, such as creating flyers and instructions in both English and Spanish. → Read More

NMSU announces first cohort of Conroy Honors Scholar Program

The program consists of four-year scholarships to students who have the desire to serve as leaders and as academic all-star students at NMSU. → Read More

NMSU alumna awarded Fulbright to study forensic anthropology in United Kingdom

Alma Chavez said she was inspired to pursue her studies in forensic anthropology in hopes of one day bringing justice for the Juárez femicide victims. → Read More

Nusenda Credit Union gifts $3M to NMSU in support of student success

The gift consists of $150,000 a year for 10 years for two separate projects. Each is geared toward promoting student success. → Read More

NMSU hemp field trials highlight CBD, grain, fiber production

New Mexico State University researchers monitor field trials for diseases and insects. → Read More

Laying the groundwork: NMSU-led research shows promising future for hemp in New Mexico

In 2019, NMSU was given the go-ahead by state officials to begin research into hemp cultivation, which became legal to grow that same year. → Read More

NMSU, Pattern Energy partnership to help green energy, educational opportunities in NM

In 2017, NMSU’s Corona Range and Livestock Research Center joined Pattern Energy’s endeavor to build a wind farm in the Corona area. → Read More

Two NMSU students earn accolades for research presentations at international conference

The graduate students were among six finalists from around the world to win awards for their research presentations. → Read More