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Monthly Archives: January, 2016

  1. Organic Chemistry Student Has Pick of Seven Doctoral Programs

    An organic chemistry senior at Highlands University has his pick of seven top doctoral programs around the country. In December, Melecio Perea’s letters of acceptance started rolling in from Ph.D. programs at Yale, UC-Berkeley, UT-Austin, UCLA, Northwestern University, Colorado State University and Indiana University. “I feel very honored and thrilled to be accepted into these…

  2. Theresa Law New Vice President for Advancement

    Las Vegas, N.M. – Theresa Law is the new vice president for advancement at Highlands University. Law has more than 20 years of successful college, health care and nonprofit fundraising experience ranging from managing a $200,000 annual campaign to directing a $60-million multiyear capital campaign. “Vice President Law was selected after a search that attracted…

  3. Cultural Film Series Debuts at Ilfeld Auditorium On Thursdays

    Las Vegas, N.M – Highlands University debuts a weekly Cultural Film Series that gives audiences the opportunity to experience other cultures from around the world and their views on filmmaking. The free films will screen each Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the university’s historic Ilfeld Auditorium at 900 University Ave. The series features foreign and…

  4. Spring Semester Begins

  5. Modern European Prints Featured in Ray Drew Gallery Exhibit

      Las Vegas, N.M. – Highlands University presents an art exhibit, Modern European Prints, in the Ray Drew Gallery through Feb. 13. Robert Bell, a Santa Fe art collector, patron, author and publisher, will give a gallery talk about the exhibit Jan. 26 at 4 p.m. Since 2001, Bell has donated more than 2,000 fine…

  6. Highlands Wants to Know Alumni Love Stories for Feb. 11 Valentine’s Event

      Las Vegas, N.M. – If you met the love of your life at Highlands, the university’s Alumni Office wants to know your story. The love stories are being collected for the Feb. 11 “Highlands Loves Alumni” Valentine’s event, a festive and free evening of music, food and fun from 5:30 – 8 p.m. in…

  7. English Prof Leads Shakespeare Reading Group

    Las Vegas, N.M – An upcoming Shakespeare reading group at Highlands University will explore works like Hamlet while marking the 400-year anniversary of the English playwright’s death. “A Comedy, A Tragedy and an Adaptation: A Shakespeare Reading and Discussion Group” will be led by Highlands University English professor and Shakespeare scholar Donna Woodford-Gormley. “We begin…

  8. Highlands Ranked Number One in State for Career Outcomes for Graduates

    Las Vegas, N.M. – Highlands University ranked number one among New Mexico universities for career outcomes for its graduates and affordability, according to the nonprofit Educate to Career. The Educate to Career College Rankings Index 2016 analyzed employment outcomes and other measures such as student loan debt for graduates of 1,182 accredited four-year colleges nationwide….