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Monthly Archives: February, 2011

  1. Acclaimed Documentary ‘Intangible Asset No. 82′ Shows at Donnelly Library Feb. 26

  2. Public Attends Renovated HU Natatorium at Feb. 18 Pool Party

    Public Attends Renovated HU Natatorium at Feb. 18 Pool Party Brothers Braeden Bentley, 8, left, and Nolan Bentley, 6, were among the campus and Las Vegas community members who turned out for the Feb. 18 grand opening pool party for the New Mexico Highlands University Natatorium. The university completed an extensive renovation and upgrade of…

  3. High Demand for HU Recycling Center Fills Bins Quickly

  4. Black History Month at Highlands University

    Photo Margaret McKinney/Highlands University Black History Month at Highlands University Dr. Harold Bailey, executive director of the New Mexico Office of African American Affairs, speaks at New Mexico Highlands University, Feb. 18, as part of Black History Month. Bailey is a past faculty member and director of the University of New Mexico’s Afro-American Studies Program….

  5. Geology Prof Awarded NSF Grant for Groundbreaking High Plains Aquifer Research

    New Mexico Highlands University was awarded a $333,461 National Science Foundation grant for groundbreaking hydrogeological research in the Central High Plains Aquifer, which supplies nearly 30 percent of the groundwater in the U.S.   Environmental geology professor Michael Petronis wrote the university’s grant for the study that will produce the first subsurface geologic map of the…

  6. Renovated HU Natatorium Opens With a Splash Feb. 18

    New Mexico Highlands University sophomore Bailee Robinet straightens a flag at the university’s renovated natatorium. Robinet, a political science major from El Paso, Texas, is a certified life guard at the pool. Renovated HU Natatorium Opens With a Splash Feb. 18  New Mexico Highlands University’s renovated natatorium opens with a splash Feb. 18 from 5…

  7. Dr. Harold Bailey to Talk at HU Feb. 18 for Black History Month

    Dr. Harold Bailey to Talk at HU Feb. 18 for Black History Month Harold Bailey, executive director for the New Mexico Office of African American Affairs, will talk at New Mexico Highlands University Feb. 18 as part of Black History Month. Bailey’s public talk, Winds of Change, will be at 1 p.m. in the Margaret…

  8. Career Services Makes Going Global Job Resource Available to HU Students

  9. College Night 2011 Rescheduled to Feb. 28 Due to Weather

  10. HU Iron Tribe Art Exhibit Opens Feb. 14, More Iron Art Events in March

    Photo by Sean Weaver/NMHU New Mexico Highlands University art student McKaila Dorman walks in front of a fire burst during the performance casting in  2009’s Iron Tribe event. HU Iron Tribe Art Exhibit Opens Feb. 14, More Iron Art Events in March New Mexico Highlands University presents Iron Tribe, a contemporary iron art exhibit featuring…

  11. ‘Monumental Prinstallations’ Show in Burris Hall Gallery

    Photo Margaret McKinney/University Relations  â€˜Monumental Prinstallations’ Show in Burris Hall Gallery Richard Kim’s Wrath of God woodcut print installation is part of the art show ‘Monumental Printstallations’ on display at the Highlands University Burris Hall Gallery. The closing reception is Feb. 2 from 4 — 6 p.m. in the gallery at 903 University Ave. The…

  12. Geology Prof Michael Petronis Presents Arctic Research in Feb. 2 Science Café