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NMSU Hotline — December 22, 2015

NMSU students bring ?The Joy of Learning? back to life

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In its spot on a patch of lawn behind New Mexico State University?s Branson Library, a threatening cycle of ice, heat and calcium-rich sprinkler water has gradually worn away ?The Joy of Learning? sculpture. ?The bronze sculpture has become very corroded over the years,? said Silvia Marinas-Feliner, director of the Museum Conservation Program in NMSU?s College of Arts and Sciences. ?Corrosion due to water and salt makes the surface very porous. If we don?t do anything about it, eventually the corrosion is going to start creating holes and then the metal will start to disappear.?

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Buy three Globetrotters tickets, get a fourth for free

May the fourth be with you ? buy three tickets to see the Original Harlem Globetrotters 90th Anniversary World Tour live at the NMSU Pan American Center in Las Cruces at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14, and get a fourth ticket free. This is the perfect opportunity to stuff your children?s stockings for Christmas, while planning a fun-filled family Valentine?s Day at the same time. Use code LUKE online only at http://bit.ly/1kePV00 to receive the discount.

Call 575-646-1420 or visit http://panam.nmsu.edu/globies for more information and view the Facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/404310196439028 for trick-shot videos.

Spring 2016 Customized Training Brochure is here

Looking to brush up on your social media skills? Want to learn the basics of computers, MS Excel, Word, Access, Project or Outlook? Need help dealing with difficult co-workers, customers or office issues? These courses and many more are available this spring 2016 through the One-Stop Training Shop at DACC Customized Training. All courses can be viewed at http://dacc.nmsu.edu/ctp/wp-content/uploads/sites/111/2015/11/Customized-Training-Spring-2016-Catalog.pdf. Many new courses will be offered this semester.

For more information, call 575 527-7776 or email ctp@nmsu.edu.

Resilience in New Mexico Agriculture regional meeting in Las Cruces set for Jan. 7

New Mexico State University and New Mexico First are joining forces to help develop a strategic plan to maintain a resilient New Mexico food and agricultural system.

The Resilience in New Mexico Agriculture regional meeting will be held in Las Cruces from 9:30 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Jan. 7, at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, 4100 Dripping Springs Road. A free lunch will be served.

Ten additional regional meetings will be held around the state between December 2015 and March 2016.

?It takes a diverse network of farmers, ranchers, processors, distributors and market organizers to make a difference in the future of agriculture,? said Michael Patrick, NMSU?s Extension specialist and Arrowhead Center economic development coordinator. ?We?re encouraging anyone interested in this strategic plan to join us to discuss their best ideas for ensuring a robust food and agriculture system in New Mexico.?

http://newscenter.nmsu.edu/Articles/view/11619/resilience-in-new-mexico-agriculture-regional-meeting-in-las-cruces-set-for-jan-7

Opening reception for 'Water! What is it Good for?' to be held Jan. 21

The opening reception of "Water! What is it Good for?" will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21, at the University Art Gallery. This event is free and open to the public.

For this exhibition, Bethany Taylor, an interdisciplinary artist from Gainesville, Florida and assistant professor of drawing at the University of Florida, is using the medium of string to draw figurative artworks that will be installed on the UAG?s walls. Taylor?s works can be understood as contemporary allegories with a twist. These woven stories combine cross-cultural mythology and symbols with modern-day imagery and concerns for the longevity of our environment.

Brenda Perry, an El Paso, Texas native, works across media and focuses on the Rio Grande river as the central theme of her work. Born in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, she sees the Rio Grande as a threshold between communities that needs to be reconsidered from combined social and environmental perspectives. In her interactive works that will be on display, Perry bridges the logic between contemporary virtual and physical landscapes.

For more information visit https://uag.nmsu.edu/water-what-is-it-good-for/ or contact Jasmine Woodul, University Art Gallery at artglry@nmsu.edu or 575-646-2545.