Monthly Archives: February, 2012

  1. Historical Records Preservation Workshop March 8

  2. HU Foundation to Raffle Four-Year Scholarship

  3. Free Lecture Explores Amphibian Conservation

    Sarah Corey-Rivas Las Vegas, N.M. – New Mexico Highlands University biology professor Sarah Corey-Rivas will present a free public talk, “Thinking Evolutionarily: New Tools for Amphibian Conservation” March 7 at 12 p.m. in Burris Hall Room 129, 903 National Ave. The university’s chapter of Sigma Xi, a scientific research society, is sponsoring the talk. Light…

  4. College Night 2012 Feb. 28 at Abe Montoya Rec Center

  5. Steven Michael Quezada to MC President’s Gala

    Steven Michael Quezada  Las Vegas, N.M  — Renowned New Mexico actor and comedian Steven Michael Quezada will be the master of ceremonies April 21 at the New Mexico Highlands University President’s Gala: Dollars for Scholars. The gala is a scholarship fundraiser that will also celebrate Highlands President James Fries’ five-year anniversary. It will begin at…

  6. Highlands Natatorium Achieves LEED Gold

    Las Vegas, N.M – New Mexico Highlands University’s renovated natatorium was certified as LEED Gold, a high-level measure of green building practices. The 12,605-square-foot natatorium was built in 1966 and houses the university’s swimming pool. The building got a major facelift in 2010 and reopened in 2011. The renovation project incorporated green building practices and…

  7. Printmaking Exhibit, Conference Opens Feb. 17

    Todd Christensen Las Vegas, N.M. — New Mexico Highlands University presents “Print, Printed, Printing (2),” a printmaking exhibit and free conference featuring nationally known artists, Feb. 17 — 18. The reception for the printmaking art exhibit is Feb. 17 from 1:30 — 3 p.m. in the Burris Hall Gallery, 903 National Ave. The exhibit continues…

  8. Conference Highlights Latest Substance Abuse Treatment

    Alfredo Garcia Las Vegas, N.M —  The New Mexico Highlands University School of Social Work Community Clinical Treatment Program will present a Alcohol and Substance Abuse Treatment Conference in Albuquerque May 16 — 18, highlighting the latest treatment methods. The conference, which will be an annual event, will be at the Sandia Resort and Casino….

  9. Loewen Curates Exhibit for Las Vegas Arts Council

    Kerry Loewen Las Vegas, N.M — New Mexico Highlands University media arts professor Kerry Loewen is curating an ongoing multimedia exhibit, Art After Hours, for the Las Vegas Arts Council. The first exhibit will feature a slideshow of the work of local artists who are LVAC members. Beginning March 10, Art After Hours can be…

  10. Thomas Mishler Scholarship Recital on Feb. 26

  11. AAUW Scholarships Available for Female Students

  12. Dutoit Presents Composer’s Workshop at Conference

    Las Vegas, N.M — New Mexico Highlands University music professor Tatiana Grecic Dutoit presented a composer’s workshop at the 10th Annual Hawaii University International Conference on Arts and Humanities earlier this month.   Academics and professionals from more than 30 countries gathered for the arts and humanities conference. “The focus of my workshop was on developing…

  13. President’s Gala: Dollars for Scholars to Fund Scholarships