New Mexico State University (New Mexico State University)


New Mexico State University, or NMSU, is a major land-grant university in Las Cruces, New Mexico. It also has campuses in Alamogordo, Carlsbad, Doña Ana County, and Grants, with extension and research centers across New Mexico. The school was founded in 1888 as the Las Cruces College, an agricultural college, and in 1889 the school became "New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts." It received its present name in 1960. NMSU has approximately 18,497 students enrolled as of Fall 2009, and has a faculty-to-student ratio of about 1 to 19. NMSU offers a wide range of programs and awards associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees through its main campus and four community colleges. NMSU is the only research-extensive, land-grant, USA-Mexico border institution classified as Hispanic serving by the federal government.

Documentaries Offered by New Mexico State University (7)

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Ancient Roots, Modern Medicine (2005) Ancient Roots, Modern Medicine (2005) Play Video
Bosque del Apache: Ancient Flyway of the Rio Grande (2000) Bosque del Apache: Ancient Flyway of the Rio Grande (2000) Play Video
Soil: Who Needs It? (2005) Soil: Who Needs It? (2005) Play Video
Green Gold: From Maya to the Moon (1992) Green Gold: From Maya to the Moon (1992) Play Video
Survivors in the Sand (1997) Survivors in the Sand (1997) Play Video
Chiricahuas: Mountain Islands in the Desert (1998) Chiricahuas: Mountain Islands in the Desert (1998) Play Video
White Sands, White Wilderness (1997) White Sands, White Wilderness (1997) Play Video
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