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Monthly Archives: June, 2011

  1. RN-BSN Nursing Student Felipe Baca Awarded Scholarship

  2. French University Representatives Visit HU as Part of New Geology Exchange Program

    Representatives from Blaise Pascal University in France visited the New Mexico Highlands University campus June 23 as part of a geology student exchange program the two universities established earlier this year. The exchange program provides students with broad-based undergraduate education in the geosciences while promoting quality field and laboratory research and international experience.   Highlands University…

  3. HU Graduate Ane Romero Tapped for Excellence in Federal Government Leadership Award

    HU Graduate Ane Romero Tapped for Excellence in Federal Government Leadership Award Ane Romero, a New Mexico Highlands University graduate and 2005 Miss New Mexico, was tapped for an Excellence in Federal Government Leadership Award for her work on suicide prevention and other mental health issues.   The National Resource Center for Hispanic Mental Health…

  4. Lance Wadlow Iron Art Sculpture Exhibit in Burris Gallery Through June 24

    Photo Margaret McKinney/Highlands University   Lance Wadlow Iron Art Sculpture Exhibit in Burris Gallery Through June 24 Lance Wadlow’s Supermarine Spitfire of fabricated steel and The Ancient Mariner of iron and fabricated steel are part of his exhibit, Skeletal Advisory — Explicit Content, on display at the Highlands University Burris Hall Gallery through June 24….

  5. Ivy Romero and Sharon Pacheco New Leaders for HU Alumni Association

      Ivy Romero and Sharon Pacheco New Leaders for HU Alumni Association  The New Mexico Highlands University Alumni Board has new executive leadership with Ivy Romero serving as president and Sharon Pacheco as vice president.   Romero earned her bachelor’s degree in business management from Highlands in 1990 and has served on the alumni board…

  6. RN — BSN Program Reaches Out to High School Students With Nursing Camp

    Photo Margaret McKinney/Highlands University RN — BSN Program Reaches Out to High School Students With Nursing Camp   Sarah Lewis, 16, practices CPR at a nursing camp the Highlands University RN — BSN Program held for northeast New Mexico high school students June 13 – 17 to acquaint them with the nursing profession and its…

  7. Geothermal Well Drilling for New Student Center Causes Groundwater Runoff

  8. First Presbyterian, HU Recycling Program Clean Up Gallinas River Walk June 11

  9. Free Computer Science Camp for Youth, Teachers at Highlands June 27 — July 1

  10. Two Las Vegas High Schools Pilot NASA and SRI International Climate Change Education Project

    Two Las Vegas High Schools Pilot NASA and SRI International Climate Change Education Project West Las Vegas and Robertson High Schools are among six high schools nationwide selected to participate in an innovative NASA and SRI International pilot project for climate change education through a partnership with the New Mexico Highlands University GEAR-UP Program.  …

  11. Biology Students Join Professors on Venezuelan Llanos Research Expedition

    Three New Mexico Highlands University biology students joined their professors on a 13-day research expedition deep in the Venezuelan Llanos to study anacondas, caimans and turtles. In April, biology professors Jesus Rivas and Sarah Corey-Rivas took their students Jennie Guilez, Adrian Carter and Ana Caudillo on a journey of scientific inquiry into the Llanos, a…

  12. Students, Faculty Inducted Into Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honor Society