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Yearly Archives: 2009

  1. Donnelly Library Receives Donation from Family of Former Biology Professor Robert Lindeborg

    Donnelly Library Receives Donation from Family of Former Biology Professor Robert Lindeborg The New Mexico Highlands University Thomas C. Donnelly Library received a donation of scientific publications from the estate of long-time biology professor Dr. Robert G. Lindeborg, who died in 2001. Dr. Lindeborg taught biology at the university from 1949 until his retirement in…

  2. Highlands Student Makes Her Mark at New Mexico Legislature

    Rick Loffredo/Highlands University Highlands Student Makes Her Mark at New Mexico Legislature When Nicole Parra-Perez was a student at New Mexico Highlands University, she made her mark whether she was leading the student body as president or rallying the Cowgirls soccer team as captain. Now the May 2009 elementary education/special education graduate is making her…

  3. Paul Fornell Starts as Mental Health Counselor for HU Students

  4. Frank Named NMHU Native American Queen

    Frank Named NMHU Native American Queen Highlands sophomore Vanessa Frank, a member of the Navajo Tribe from Pine Hill N.M.,  was crowned Miss Highlands University Native American Queen at the Fourth Annual Native American Pageant.

  5. HU Faculty Brass Quintet Presents Concert Dec. 13 at Our Lady of Sorrows Church

      e.HU Faculty Brass Quintet Presents Concert Dec. 13 at Our Lady of Sorrows Church The New Mexico Highlands University Faculty Brass Quintet will present a chamber music concert Dec. 13, at 3 p.m. in our Lady of Sorrows Church, 403 Valencia St., Las Vegas.   The brass quintet includes Edward Harrington, music professor and…

  6. HU to Offer its Students Microsoft Live@edu

  7. Highlands RN to BSN Program Celebrates First Graduates

    Photo: Margaret McKinney/Highlands University Denise Sena, left, is one of three nursing students to be the first to graduate this semester from the Highlands University RN to BSN program that was established in 2008. She received a commemorative pin from nursing program director Susan Williams, right, during a Dec. 3 graduation ceremony. The other two…

  8. Student Art Show Reception Dec. 7 in Burris Hall Gallery

    Photo: Margaret McKinney/University Relations Student Art Show Reception Dec. 7 in Burris Hall Gallery   Highlands University senior fine arts major Isaac Sandoval’s woodcut print “Billy Mays here” is part of the fall semester Department of Fine Arts student art show on display in the Burris Hall Gallery. The closing reception for the show is…

  9. Highlands University and UWC Hold Student Auditions Dec. 8, 9 for Rock Musical Rent

  10. School of Social Work Signs Agreement with TERROS, Inc. for Student Internships

    Cutline:  School of Social Work Signs Agreement with TERROS, Inc. for Student Internships    The New Mexico Highlands University School of Social Work signed a collaboration agreement with a Phoenix-based behavioral health services organizational that will provide paid clinical internships for the university’s students beginning in 2010.   The first-time agreement with TERROS, Inc. was…

  11. Minority Doctoral Loan Program

  12. Media Arts Students Gain Recognition for Professional Quality, Cutting-Edge Work

    Media Arts Students Gain Recognition for Professional Quality, Cutting-Edge Work   New Mexico Highlands University media arts students gained recognition this semester in New Mexico, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. for the professional quality of their cutting-edge multimedia art projects.   “We’re getting excellent, broad-based feedback about the professional quality of our students’ work from…

  13. IT Director Max Baca Appointed to Board for Innovate-Educate New Mexico

    IT Director Max Baca Appointed to Board for Innovate-Educate New Mexico New Mexico Highlands University Information Technology Services Director Max Baca was appointed to the board of directors for Innovate-Educate New Mexico, a nonprofit organization that formed in January 2009.   “Our primary goal for Innovate-Educate New Mexico is to partner top industry leaders with…

  14. New Mexico Highlands Pool to Close for Renovations

  15. A World Celebration

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  16. Graduate Student Travis Simcox Presents at Sigma XI Annual Meeting

  17. Native American Week Celebrated at Highlands

    Highlands University celebrated Native American Week Nov. 9 — 13 with traditional dance performances, a pueblo throw, traditional attire day, and more. “We wanted to celebrate Native American month and do a whole week of activities where our students could enjoy being Native Americans,” said Rochelle Yazzie, Native American Student Services Coordinator. “We also wanted…

  18. Highlands University Students Intern at Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge

  19. Lail to Discuss Artifact Finds

  20. Talk, Panel Discussion Nov. 23 for Book “El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro”