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Monthly Archives: July, 2014

  1. New Mexico Artists Featured in Kennedy Exhibition

    Jack Sinclair’s Federal. Las Vegas, N.M. — An exhibition of more than 50 established and up-and-coming New Mexico artists will be on display Aug. 17 – Oct. 15 at New Mexico Highlands University. “This exhibition demonstrates once again that New Mexico has a community of sophisticated artists of national importance,” said James Mann, who curated…

  2. German Schools Hold Insight On Student Expectations

    Dave Braun y Harycki Germany’s rigid school tracking system provides insight to the impact of how New Mexico schools treat children from different socioeconomic backgrounds, according to Highlands’ associate dean of education. When German students are in fourth grade, they are enrolled in one of three curriculum tracks: training for service work, college-bound middle level…

  3. Students’ Work Aid World Heritage Sites

    Photo: Molly Enenbach/Highlands University Media Arts This image of Aztec Ruins National Monument is one of many photographs two media arts students took to help promote the World Heritage Site in Northwestern New Mexico. Las Vegas, N.M — Two Highlands University media arts students developed a logo, took still photographs, and created a tourism video…

  4. Research Trip Inspires Graduate’s Interest in Ph.D.

    Research Trip Inspires Graduate’s Interest in Pursuing Ph.D. Highlands biology masters graduates José Griego, left, and Casey Taylor observe tropical wildlife in Los Tuxtlas Biosphere Reserve in Veracruz, Mexico. Las Vegas, N.M. — A field class at the Los Tuxtlas Biosphere Reserve in Veracruz, Mexico solidified New Mexico Highlands biology graduate José Griego’s interest in…

  5. Alumni Share Memories at Summer Reunion

    Margaret McKinney/Highlands University Distinguished Highlands University alumnus Shaun Sánchez, right, visits with his former biology professor Maureen Romine at the Summer Alumni Reunion dinner June 27. Sánchez earned his B.S. in biology from Highlands in 2001 is the deputy assistant director for 129 national wildlife refuges in the 10-state Southeast Region. More than 130 people…