Monthly Archives: March, 2009

  1. HU Psychology Prof Testifies at War Crimes Trial

  2. HACU scholarship opportunities for New Mexico Highlands students

  3. HU Part of New Statewide NSF Grant Award for Climate Change Research

    New Mexico Highlands University was awarded a $631,548 National Science Foundation five-year grant as part of an ambitious new initiative called the New Mexico Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research or EPSCoR.New Mexico EPSCoR aims to establish the state as a national laboratory for climate change research. An important goal of the research is to…

  4. Internationally Known Chemist Featured in HU Lecture Series

  5. HU Music Department Presents Evening of Opera April 4

    The Highlands University Music Department presents “An Evening of Opera,” Sat., April 4, 7:30 p.m., in the Margaret Kennedy Alumni Hall, 905 University Ave.The musical program includes duets from Mozart’s Don Giovanni, The Magic Flute and Cosi fan tutte, and solos from The Marriage of Figaro and The Abduction from the Seraglio. Other featured operas…

  6. Record Number of HU Psychology Students Present Research at Convention

  7. HU Uses Latest E-Learning Technology to Enhance Educational Opportunities

  8. NMHU Student Chosen for Princeton Program

  9. Students from Highlands’ Farmington Center Conduct Research on Cyberbullying

  10. Espanola Center has Blackboard Outage

  11. HU Raton Center Increases Academic Offerings, Enrollment at One-Year Mark

    In its first year of operation, the New Mexico Highlands University Raton Center has increased academic offerings and student enrollment while celebrating its first graduates.The School of Social Work was added in fall 2008, and two commuting Colorado students will be the first to complete their master’s degree in social work through the center’s accelerated…

  12. Playing With Fire

  13. Caution Urged For Spring Break Travel to Mexico

  14. Pitbull, Paul Wall and Melissa Lujan Headline March 27 Concert at HU

  15. World Music Featured at NMHU

  16. Irish Band Beoga in Concert March 22 at Ilfeld Auditorium

     New Mexico Highlands University presents Beoga, a traditional Celtic band from Northern Ireland, Sun., March 22, 4 p.m., in historic Ilfeld Auditorium, 900 University Ave.Irish Magazine nominated Beoga for best traditional newcomer award in 2005. The five-member band has performed at major Celtic and folk festivals throughout Europe and the United States.”Beoga is the Gaelic…

  17. HU Career Services Sponsors Free Educators’ Job Fair April 23

  18. Facilities Kicks Off Going Green Campaign on HU Campus

  19. HU Media Arts Launches New Interactive Cultural Technology Program

    The Media Arts Department at New Mexico Highlands University launched a new interactive cultural technology program this semester with students creating key multimedia elements for “Fashioning New Mexico,” one of the inaugural exhibits for the New Mexico History Museum. The new 96,000-square foot museum will open May 24 in Santa Fe. It is being constructed…