Monthly Archives: June, 2008

  1. 12 Scholarships Available for Rehabilitation Counseling Grad Students

  2. Highlands Athletic Director Manzanares receives National Award

     Ed Manzanares New Mexico Highlands University Athletic Director Ed Manzanares was one of five athletic directors nationwide to be awarded a stipend to attend the Division 2 Athletics Directors Association national conference earlier this month in Dallas, Texas.  Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Commissioner J.R. Smith nominated Manzanares for the award.  Nationally, there are more than…

  3. NM Highlands students host event

  4. Summer swim classes

  5. Swimming pool now open

  6. Pool closure

  7. Alumnus Gary Maestas – a story of inspiration

  8. Highlands hires new comptroller

     Nesbitt Hagood Nesbitt Hagood joined New Mexico Highlands June 2 as the university’s new comptroller. Hagood brings 40 years of experience in public accounting to the university. “Nesbitt is a leader who brings an incredible amount of accounting and financial management knowledge and experience to the university,” said Bill Taylor, vice president of finance for…

  9. New student orientation

    New student orientation leaders greet incoming freshmen in New Mexico Highlands University’s Ilfeld Auditorium. According to university records, Highlands has a 44 percent increase of new student applications compared with last year.

  10. New student orientation activities

    Photo by Sean Weaver/NMHURobertson High School graduate Larissa Baca grabs some ammunition June 4 during a water balloon toss at New Mexico Highlands University. Baca, along with approximately 100 prospective students, toured Highlands during the university’s first new student orientation of the summer.

  11. Social Work opens Albuquerque site

  12. Chavez new president of NM Association for Bilingual Education

  13. Highlands students in collaboration with Dept. of Cultural Affairs

    The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs teamed up with students from New Mexico Highlands University, The College of Santa Fe and Institute of American Indian Arts to document visual artists creating work for the 7th International Biennial Exhibition at SITE Santa Fe, Lucky Number Seven, curated by Lance Fung. Twenty-five artists from 17 countries…

  14. Oaxaca Study Abroad