New Mexico State University President Garrey Carruthers speaks with the media following a meeting with Mayor Del Jurney, Thursday afternoon. (Mark Wilson Photo)
New Mexico State University President Garrey Carruthers has already hit the ground in Roswell, ready to implement new programs for the cooperative extension.
Helping businesses with marketing and eventually implementing a public health program at the local extension office are just two programs the new NMSU president plans to put into action in the next six months.
Carruthers spent Thursday afternoon speaking to local leaders and sharing his vision about the future for the university.
“This will be a new role for the cooperative extension,” Carruthers said.
Carruthers also plans to reach out into rural communities, including Chaves County, to share the latest water resource technology Login to read more