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Monthly Archives: April, 2012

  1. Donnelly Celebrates National Library Week

  2. Research Day 2012 at Highlands

    Photo Margaret McKinney/University Relations Brian Kuntz, left, a senior forestry major, talks about his research poster, “Economic Viability of Biochar in New Mexico Soils Based on Water Retention and Cost,” with Francisco Gonzales, a junior forestry major during Research Day 2012 at New Mexico Highlands University April 5. The 10th annual Research Day celebrated the…

  3. Wildfire Prevention and Watershed Health Talk April 11.

    Andrew Egan  Las Vegas, N.M.  — A free public talk on reducing the risk of catastrophic wildfire and watershed health will be at Highlands University April 11 at 12 p.m. in Burris Hall, Room 129, 903 National Ave. Andrew Egan, New Mexico Forestry and Watershed Restoration Institute director, will also talk about examples of cross-disciplinary…

  4. Highlands Observes Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    Photo Margaret McKinney/Highlands University Highlands University English student Benito Martinez performs his own alternative soul and hip hop music at the university’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month luncheon April 3 on campus. The university’s Campus Violence Prevention Program sponsored the event with support from Dean of Students Fidel Trujillo. Co-sponsors included the local American Association of…

  5. Corey-Rivas Gives Conservation Talk April 4

    Sarah Corey-Rivas New Mexico Highlands University biology professor Sarah Corey-Rivas presents a free public talk “Thinking Evolutionarily: New Tools for Amphibian Conservation” April 4 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 refreshments will be served. “Amphibians…