Monthly Archives: April, 2009

  1. Bilingual Social Work Program Hosts Two Mexican Universities For Exchange

  2. Grad Student Wins Top Research Honors at Psychology Convention

  3. Research Day 2009 at Highlands

  4. HU Singers Present “Angels and Demons” April 29 — May 2

  5. Student Support Services Recognizes its Achievers at Annual Banquet

  6. HU Sponsors Free Educators’ Job Fair April 23

  7. HU Madrigal Choir Presents “Sacred Choral Favorites” April 26

  8. Caballero Takes Foundation Reins

    A former New Mexico Highlands president has been appointed to take the reins of the university’s fund raising.Sharon Caballero served as the university’s president from 2002 to 2004 before becoming the executive director for the Las Vegas San Miguel Economic Development Corporation and the Las Vegas city manager. She began her position of executive director…

  9. Community Meeting April 22 at Highlands for Campus Master Plan and Student Center

  10. HU Concert Choir Performs Opera in Ilfeld April 19

     The Highlands University Concert Choir performs famous opera choruses April 19 at 3 p.m., in the university’s historic Ilfeld Auditorium, 905 University Ave.Andre Garcia-Nuthmann, the university’s Music Department program coordinator and choral director, will direct the concert choir. Lydia Madrick will accompany on piano.  The program will include favorites from Carmen, Die Fledermaus, Idomeneo, La…

  11. Keshet Dance Company at Ilfeld April 17

    New Mexico Highlands University presents the Keshet Dance Company April 17, 7:30 p.m., in a powerful modern dance performance that explores the impact of the Holocaust on American Jews.  The performance, titled “Ani Ma’amin,” Hebrew for “I Believe,” will be in the university’s historic Ilfeld Auditorium, 900 University Ave. The Keshet Dance Company partnered with…

  12. Ross to Lecture on Civil-War Era Nurses

  13. Student Leadership Recognition Banquet

    New Mexico Highlands University departments and organizations recognized their top students April 8 during the annual Student Leadership Recognition Banquet. “It was really exciting to see how many people participated,” said Margaret Gonzales, Highlands’ director of campus life. “The banquet is a great way to highlight our students for their accomplishments.”The following students, faculty and…

  14. Highlands University Flies Rwandan Flag at Half-Staff

    New Mexico Highlands University lowered its Rwandan flag to half-staff April 7 in memory of a Rwandan student’s family and others who died during the Rwandan Genocide. The death toll for the 1994 genocide, which lasted from April to July, was between 800,000 and one million people. “I wanted to remember my family who died and…

  15. Darwin Science Cafe Draws Crowd

  16. Lecture About Navajo Creation Mythology April 7

  17. HU Geology Students Honored for Helping Keep Las Vegas Beautiful

  18. “A Tribute to Darwin” in Science Cafe April 6