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Monthly Archives: February, 2010

  1. Highlands RN to BSN Nursing Student Named Clinical Director of Year at Alta Vista Hospital

    Louella Read Highlands RN to BSN Nursing Student Named Clinical Director of Year at Alta Vista Hospital   New Mexico Highlands University RN to BSN nursing program student Louella Read was named 2009 clinical director of the year at Alta Vista Regional Hospital, where she has worked for 15 years.   Read, 39, has been…

  2. Printmaking Exhibit in Burris Hall Gallery Through March 13

      Photo: Margaret McKinney/Highlands University  “Six Sides 2 Every Story” is a large, collaborative international woodblock print piece that is part of a printmaking exhibit on display at Highlands University’s Burris Hall Gallery through March 13. Printmaking Exhibit in Burris Hall Gallery Through March 13 A free printmaking exhibit featuring national and international artists is on…

  3. Feb. 26 Deadline to Apply for Summer 2010 Paid HACU Internships

     Feb. 26 Deadline to Apply for Summer 2010 Paid HACU Internships   Working internships at the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities was an invaluable experience that added a new dimension to their majors, two Highlands students said.   Highlands University students Kimberly Regensberg and Christopher Burns shared stories about their Hispanic Association of Colleges…

  4. Meeting Feb. 24 for 2010 Oaxaca Spanish Immersion Program in Southern Mexico

  5. NMHU President’s Team has Divisional Win at Mount Taylor Winter Quadrathlon Race

  6. Undergraduate Student Senate Establishes Scholarship in Memory of Gloria Brown-Lopez

    Undergraduate Student Senate Establishes Scholarship in Memory of Gloria Brown-Lopez The New Mexico Highlands University undergraduate student senate established a scholarship this semester in memory of longtime university employee Gloria Brown-Lopez, who died in a car accident last year.   Before her death, Brown-Lopez was the university’s retention and intervention coordinator and an academic adviser….

  7. Highlands’ Student Senate Helps with Local Empty Bowls Hunger Benefit

      Photo: Margaret McKinney/Highlands University The Highlands University student senate donated tickets to Big Brothers Big Sisters for the Feb. 13 Empty Bowls luncheon benefit. Left to right, Latanya Burbank, student senate; Felicia Martinez, Big Brothers Big Sisters enrollment and match support specialist; Genevieve Torres, NU ETA Sorority treasurer and past senator; Tristan Loar, senate president…

  8. Highlands Geology Professor Part of Arctic Circle Geology Research Grant

    New Mexico Highlands University geology professor Michael Petronis will join a scientific expedition to the Arctic Circle this summer to research the Snowball Earth Hypothesis. The research field camp will be on the island of Spitsbergen in the Svalbard region of Norway, an archipelago of islands north of mainland Norway approximately 110 kilometers from the…

  9. School of Education Develops Partnerships With Schools to Promote Hands-On Experience

    Photo: Margaret McKinney/Highlands University Highlands University School of Education student Nancy Anel helps Los Niños Elementary School second grader Cameron Sandoval with a reading comprehension lesson.  School of Education Develops Partnerships With Schools to Promote Hands-On Experience   New Mexico Highlands’ School of Education developed partnerships with three schools this semester to promote early hands-on…

  10. Highlands University and UWC Present Rock Opera “Rent School Edition” in Feb., March

    Highlands University and UWC Present Rock Opera “Rent School Edition” in Feb., March New Mexico Highlands University and the United World College — USA present the rock opera “Rent School Edition” in the university’s Ilfeld Auditorium Feb. 25, 26, 27 and March 5 and 6 at 8 p.m., with a 2 p.m. performance on March…

  11. NMHU Theatre presents Waiting for Godot

  12. Climate Change, Sustainability Topic of Science Café Feb. 11 at NMHU

    David Sammeth Climate Change, Sustainability Topic of Science Café Feb. 11 at NMHU New Mexico Highlands University presents “Climate Changes, Sustainability and Other Gray Areas” in a free science café Feb. 11, 5 p.m., in the Margaret Kennedy Alumni Hall, 905 University.   The university’s chapter of Sigma Xi, a scientific research society, is sponsoring…

  13. Seabury Foundation, NMHU Foundation Award Media Arts Fellowships

    Photo: Sean Weaver/NMHU New Mexico Highlands media arts professor Megan Jacobs, left, works with one of her students, Devyn Dennison, on a project for the New Mexico History Museum. Dennison and another media arts student, Melissa Marquez, were awarded $2,000 fellowships this semester.   Seabury Foundation, NMHU Foundation Award Media Arts Fellowships Two New Mexico Highlands…