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Monthly Archives: March, 2008

  1. Graduate student studies Gallinas River watershed

    It is early morning, and Bildad Eta Eyong is literally thigh deep in his work searching the Gallinas River for insects. As the primary source of water for Las Vegas, N.M., the approximately 98-square-mile Gallinas River watershed cuts across time, through Precambrian Paleozoic and Mesozoic strata. Along its journey from Elk Mountain to the Pecos…

  2. Students receive local scholarships

    New Mexico Highlands University graduate students Lidia Atencio and Julianna Montenegro have been awarded $337 each from Territorial Title of Las Vegas Graduate Endowment.Kenneth and Ruth Mares, owners of Territorial Title, established the endowment at Highlands in 1997.Atencio is pursuing her master’s in vocational and rehabilitation and counseling. “Without this help, it would be very…

  3. Chicano lecture series features Dr. Valenzuela Arce

  4. Highlands students attend National Strength and Conditioning Conference

    Fifteen faculty, staff and students from New Mexico Highlands’ Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences attended the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s Personal Training conference in Las Vegas, Nev. March 10-11. The faculty included Dr. Pete Leroy, a professor of health; Dr. Yongseek Kim, a professor of sports administration; Dr. Kyle Busing, a professor of…

  5. Adaptive Technology Center grand opening

  6. Cyber Tech conference

  7. Cool Cats concert

  8. Iron Pour

    Students from New Mexico Highlands’ art department pour molten iron into molds March 1 during the university’s annual iron pour.

  9. School of Education federal grant