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Yearly Archives: 2011

  1. Clinical Psychology/Counseling Master’s Program Gets Accreditation

    Clinical Psychology/Counseling Master’s Program Gets Accreditation Las Vegas, N.M. — The Clinical Psychology/Counseling Master’s Program at New Mexico Highlands University received accreditation in November from the Masters Psychology Accreditation Council.   Nationwide, only about 22 universities are accredited by the council, the sole accrediting entity in the United States for master’s degree programs in psychology….

  2. Media Arts Professor Megan Jacobs’ Fine Art Photography in Colorado Exhibit

  3. HU Staff Make Rodgers Shine for the Holidays

    Photo Margaret McKinney/University Relations HU Staff Make Rodgers Shine for the Holidays Each December Highlands University staff who work in the Rodgers Administration Building decorate it for a festive holiday feeling. Jereece Maxwell, a work-study student in the Office of the Vice President of Finance and Administration, hangs a bulb on a tree. Maxwell, a…

  4. HU Graduate Jesse Lopez Invited to White House Reception for Community Leaders

    HU Graduate Jesse Lopez Invited to White House Reception for Community Leaders New Mexico Highlands University graduate and former student body president Jesse Lopez was invited to a White House holiday reception Dec. 14 to honor a select group of community leaders from across the country.   President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama…

  5. HU Sigma Xi Chapter Wins Award for Student Research Program

    HU Sigma Xi Chapter Wins Award for Student Research Program The New Mexico Highlands’ Sigma Xi chapter earned a program award for its Student Research Fund, making it one of only seven chapters worldwide to receive this honor in 2011.   Sigma Xi is an honorary scientific research society with 522 chapters in more than…

  6. HU Offers New Online Chat Service for Students

  7. New Conservation Club Busy With Community Projects

    New Conservation Club Busy With Community Projects  One of New Mexico Highlands’ newest and fastest-growing student clubs is making a positive impact on the university’s campus and the surrounding community. The new Conservation Club, formed this fall, is turning environmental concerns into action on projects, working with groups like the Hermit’s Peak Watershed Alliance.  …

  8. HU Singers Present “Villains of Broadway” Dec. 2, 3 in Ilfeld

  9. Preserving Historical Records Workshop at Highlands Dec. 8

  10. Students Give HU Highest Marks in State for Educational Satisfaction

  11. HU Peer Advisers Present at Statewide Student Affairs Symposium

  12. America Recycles Day Nov. 19 at HU Recycling Center

  13. Alumni Office Honors Veterans With Nov. 11 Ceremony, Reception

    Alumni Office Honors Veterans With Nov. 11 Ceremony, Reception New Mexico Highlands’ coordinator of alumni affairs, Jim Mandarino, talks about the history of military service by students and alumni during a Veterans’ Day observance Nov. 11 at the university’s Centennial Tower. The ceremony honored two veterans from Highlands University: legendary World War II Navajo Code…

  14. HU Madrigal Choir “Fall Into Music” Concert in Nov. 20 in Ilfeld

  15. Sculpture Symposium at HU Nov. 15 — 19

    Sculpture Symposium at HU Nov. 15 — 19 New Mexico Highlands University and Kansas State University present “Purple Dawn – A Sculpture Symposium” Nov. 15 — 19 on the Highlands’ campus.   David Lobdell, a Highlands fine arts professor, and Daniel Hunt, a Kansas State sculpture professor, are longtime colleagues and internationally known for their…

  16. Highlands, Luna Nursing Programs Implement New Partnership

    Highlands, Luna Nursing Programs Implement New Partnership The New Mexico Highlands University RN to BSN Program and the Luna Community College Nursing Program implemented a new educational partnership spring semester 2011 that makes it easier for Luna graduates to continue their nursing education at Highlands.   The articulation and transfer agreement between the two schools…

  17. Social Work Student Madison Steiner Paints Personalized Shoes for Kids With Cancer

    Social Work Student Madison Steiner Paints Personalized Shoes for Kids With Cancer Farmington, N.M. — When kids with cancer lace up the personalized shoes Madison Steiner hand paints for them, big smiles come to their brave faces, and for a moment they forget their battle against the illness.   Since she launched Peach’s Neet Feet…

  18. HU Concert Choir To Perform Handel’s Messiah with Santa Fe Symphony Nov. 13 in Ilfeld

    HU Concert Choir To Perform Handel’s Messiah with Santa Fe Symphony Nov. 13 in Ilfeld The New Mexico Highlands University Concert Choir will perform Handel’s Messiah with the Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra Nov. 13 at 3 p.m. in the university’s historic Ilfeld auditorium, 900 University Ave. George Frederic Handel composed Messiah in 1741 and it…

  19. Alumni Office to Honor Veterans With Nov. 11 Ceremony, Reception

  20. Spirit of Halloween at HU Costume Contest

    Photo by Margaret McKinney/Highlands University Spirit of Halloween at HU Costume Contest Mime Yolie Elias, left, and Madhatter Leon Bustos strike a pose at the Oct. 31 Highlands University Halloween costume contest sponsored by the Office of Campus Life. Elias is a public affairs/sociology graduate student from El Paso, Texas and Bustos is a psychology/biology…