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Monthly Archives: October, 2009

  1. Native Identity Learning Community Learns About Navajo Long Walk Through Trip to Ft. Sumner

    New Mexico Highlands University student Sherry Boone reads a memorial marker at Ft. Sumner during the university’s Native Identity learning community field trip to the site in October to learn more about the 1864 Long Walk of the Navajo. Native Identity Learning Community Learns About Navajo Long Walk Through Trip to Ft. Sumner   Students from…

  2. Archaeology Students Complete Field School at Philmont Ranch

    Archaeology Students Complete Field School at Philmont Ranch New Mexico Highlands University archaeology students completed a summer field school using new, cutting-edge mapping equipment in a limited-access site rich in ancient Native American artifacts. The Boy Scouts of America own the site’s property, Philmont Ranch, which covers approximately 215 square miles of rugged wilderness in…

  3. Media Arts Students Collaborate on Interactive Design Installation

    Media Arts Students Collaborate on Interactive Design Installation Media arts graduate student Charles Ulibarri, right, experiences an interactive DWI design installation created collaboratively by students in the physical computing class taught by media arts professor Miriam Langer, left, and the advanced photographic techniques class taught by media arts professor Megan Jacobs. The media arts students also…

  4. Highlands Professor Completes International Teaching Tour

  5. State Board of Finance Approves Highlands Capital Improvement Projects

  6. Highlands University Nursing Program Awarded National Accreditation

  7. NMHU Mourns The Loss of Golf Pro Steve Watson

    NMHU Mourns Loss of Golf Pro Steve Watson New Mexico Highlands is mourning the loss of the university’s golf pro, Steve Watson, who died of a heart attack Oct. 20.   “He was a great influence who did a lot to develop the course and golf in Las Vegas,” Vice President of Finance Bill Taylor…

  8. Distinguished Spanish Professor Speaks at Highlands University Oct. 26

  9. Grand Opening for Center for Achieving in Research, Math and Science

    Grand Opening for Center for Achieving in Research, Math and Science  Monique Esquibel gets door prize tickets ready at the Oct. 15 grand opening for Highlands University’s center for Achieving in Research, Math and Science. The new program is designed to increase the number of Hispanic students from northern New Mexico who graduate with degrees…

  10. La Llorona Folktale Explored At CCHP Lecture

  11. Highlands University Regents Approve Design for New Student Center

    Highlands University Regents Approve Design for New Student Center   The New Mexico Highlands University Board of Regents approved the design for a new 65,000-square-foot student center during its Oct. 6 public meeting.    The new student center will be at the northwest corner of National Avenue and 8th Street, adjacent to the university’s Donnelly…

  12. New Wilson Complex Hours

  13. Grand Opening Oct. 15 for ARMAS Center

  14. HU Concert Choir To Perform With Santa Fe Symphony Nov. 8 in Ilfeld

    HU Concert Choir To Perform With Santa Fe Symphony Nov. 8 in Ilfeld New Mexico Highlands University’s concert choir will perform a concert with the Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra Nov. 8 at 3 p.m. in the university’s Ilfeld Auditorium, 900 University Ave. Steven Smith, music director and conductor of the Santa Fe Symphony, will conduct…

  15. Highlands NSF Grant Will Provide Research Opportunities for Students, Train Science Teachers

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  16. Oaxaca Education Administrator Visits Highlands University

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