Monthly Archives: December, 2015

  1. Fundraising Campaign Aims to Increase Student Success at Highlands

      Las Vegas, N.M. – More students at Highlands University will succeed if a campaign to raise $250,ooo to increase high-impact practices like undergraduate research is successful. The New Mexico Higher Education Department will provide a 2:1 match if the Highlands Foundation raises $250,000 in private money, creating a permanent $750,000 endowment. “When it comes…

  2. President Minner Hosts Holiday Reception


  3. Highlands Launches Indigenous Knowledge Center

      Las Vegas, N.M. – More Indigenous students will graduate from Highlands University prepared for social work careers thanks to the university’s new Indigenous Knowledge Center. The university’s School of Social Work launched the center in October with emphasis on recruiting more indigenous students and honoring their culture. “Our mission is to strive to value,…

  4. Scholarships Offered for Online Master’s Degrees in Education

      Renee García, Title V Conectado activity director    Las Vegas, New Mexico – Earning a master’s degree in education is more affordable thanks to a new scholarship program at Highlands University. The university’s School of Education is offering tuition and textbook scholarships earmarked for online graduate programs in curriculum and instruction, rehabilitation counseling, and…

  5. Tree Decorating at President’s House