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NMSU Hotline — January 11, 2016

NMSU student, professor study sandhill crane ecology

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This was not a typical day at the office for New Mexico State University biology doctoral student Matt Boggie. It was a bitterly cold and windy December morning at the Bernardo Waterfowl Management Area in central New Mexico. He sat quietly with binoculars in an irrigation canal, camouflaged behind vegetation near a mowed-down cornfield. He waited for sandhill cranes to land in the perfect spot in the field.

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Campus Announcements

Men's basketball opens conference play this weekend

The men's basketball team is set to open Western Athletic Conference play this weekend. They will take on Missouri-Kansas City at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14. At halftime, mascots from all over our community will take the court in our annual halftime mascot basketball game.

The Aggies play Chicago State at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 16. They have teamed up with State Farm to present the first-ever baby crawl race at halftime. For more information or to register your baby for the race visit NMStateSports.com/BabyCrawl.

Tickets for men?s basketball games start at only $5. You can purchase them by going online to Ticketmaster.com or calling the Pan American Center Ticket Office at 575-646-1420.

NMSU DanceSport mock competition to be held held Tuesday

NMSU DanceSport students will perform in a mock competition from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12, in the Activity Center Room 229. Learn about what the judges expect and cheer on your favorite couples. The even is free but donations are accepted. No need to RSVP. Just show up. Arrive when you can, stay as long as you are able.

For more information contact dancesport@nmsu.edu.

Convocation set for Jan. 19, to include Presidential Medallions

The NMSU community is invited to celebrate the start of the spring 2016 semester at Convocation from 9-11 a.m. Jan. 19, in the Atkinson Music Recital Hall. Refreshments will be served from 8:15- 9 a.m. Convocation can also be viewed on the web via a link on NMSU?s homepage.

During the ceremony, outstanding faculty will be recognized through Regents Professorships and the Donald C. Roush Award for Teaching Excellence. Community engagement also will be recognized with an additional award.

For the first time, Convocation will include awarding the Presidential Medallion for outstanding service to NMSU. The recipients will be Gerald Burke and Jim Bullock. There?s an opportunity to honor their service to NMSU by giving to either the Gerald M. Burke President?s Associates Endowed Scholarship or the Wanda H. Bullock Nursing Scholarship. To donate, visit www.giving.nmsu.edu.

For questions about Convocation, contact the Provost?s Office at 575-646-2127.

NMSU faculty & staff can save on Globetrotter tickets

NMSU faculty & staff wishing to buy tickets to The Original Harlem Globetrotters can save up to $7 per ticket by either completing the form at http://hr.nmsu.edu/panamcenter/wp-content/uploads/sites/7/2016/01/New-Mexico-St-University-Order-Form-Las-CrucesNM.pdf or by asking for the NM State Group Rate at the Pan American Center Ticket Office. The performance will be held at 2 p.m. Feb. 14.

More information is available at http://panam.nmsu.edu/globies/ or by calling 575-646-1420.

NMSU Women?s Club scholarship due March 1

The NMSU Women?s Club is committed to supporting returning female undergraduate students in attaining their educational goals. The Club?s Scholarship Committee annually recommends one or two candidates for the NMSU Women?s Club scholarship. Each candidate is awarded a $500 scholarship and invited to attend the Club?s spring luncheon.

The NMSU Women?s Club Scholarships are open to any female NMSU undergraduate student at the main campus or branch campuses who is returning to school after a break in her education (either after high school or after starting college). These scholarships have been set up specifically for returning students because students immediately out of high school have other opportunities, such as the lottery scholarship, available to them. Candidates must have completed at least 45 credit hours and have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.

To apply, download a copy of the 2016-2017 NMSU Women?s Club Scholarship Award application by clicking the link below. Directions for completing and where to submit are included in the application https://womensclub.nmsu.edu/scholarships/. The deadline to apply is March 1.

For more information, contact the NMSU Women?s Club President, Susan DeMar, at sdemar@nmsu.edu or 575-646-3509.