Monthly Archives: July, 2008

  1. Rehabilitation scholarships available

  2. Reading series at Donnelly Library

    The Thomas C. Donnelly Library at New Mexico Highlands will host a free, five-part reading and discussion series called “Let’s Talk About It: Jewish Literature — Identity and Imagination.” The series explores Jewish literature and culture through scholar-led discussions of contemporary and classic books on a common theme. Donnelly library’s series will explore the theme…

  3. Diverse Populations will be conducting a three-day GEAR UP for College Camp at New Mexico Highlands University.

  4. Education gets new dean

    Michael Anderson is the new dean of the New Mexico Highlands University School of Education.Anderson brings a wealth of academic experience to his new job at Highlands, including his most recent position as director of the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin, Platteville, a position he held from 2006-2008. Anderson was the division…

  5. Student Music Quintet to perform

    Highlands University’s Performing Arts Club will present “An Afternoon With the Romantics” July 27 at 3 p.m. in Kennedy Hall at 905 University Ave. The music of Romantic period composers Brahms and Chopin will be featured, including a highlight of 18 Brahms waltzes. Arias from the same time period, about 1812 to the early 1900s, are…

  6. Highlands hosts Housing Awareness Program

  7. Soccer Camp for Local Youth Aug. 4 – 7

  8. Soccer Camp for Local Youth Aug. 4 – 7

  9. Marching Band gets new look

    The New Mexico Highlands University Marching Band will be hitting the fields this fall with new look.”The program is really growing, and our new uniforms will definitely generate some excitement for the marching band,” said professor Edward Harrington, director of NMHU’s marching band.Harrington said there are still marching band scholarships available. Interested students can call…

  10. Highlands Foundation elects officers

  11. Air National Guard Band Concert

    The Air National Guard Band of the Gulf Coast will perform a free concert at Highlands University’s llfeld Auditorium Sunday, July 6, at 6 p.m. following the Las Vegas 4th of July Fiestas.  Ilfeld Auditorium is at 900 University Ave. on the university campus. The band is the official band of the state of Texas…