Monthly Archives: January, 2023

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    NMHU Launches New Social Justice Concentration in Sociology and Anthropology

    The new focus will provide prepare students interested in pursuing jobs in justice and human rights January 12, 2023 New Mexico Highlands University launched a new social justice concentration in Sociology and Anthropology this fall. Students from any discipline interested in social justice can also choose to add it as a minor. The concentration in…

  2. Forestry students gather in the field.

    NMHU’s De’Scoville and Sloan Garner Awards at 2022 SAF Conference

    Stewardship, Education, and Reforestation Win the Day January 11, 2023 New Mexico Highlands University’s Peggy De’Scoville was named forestry student of the year and Professor Joshua Sloan won recognition as forest manager of the year at the Southwest Section of the Society of American Foresters (SAF) annual gathering on Friday, October 28, 2022. The Southwest…

  3. Lauren Fath's memoir My Hands Remembering

    NMHU English Professor Lauren Fath Publishes Memoir

    Fath’s second book investigates relationships and the things we do—and make—for love January 10, 2023 NMHU’s Associate Professor of English and Chair of the Department of English and Philosophy, Dr. Lauren Fath, has published a new book, My Hands, Remembering: A Memoir. The memoir, which consists of linked essays, was released on November 11, 2022….

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    NMHU Native American Social Work Studies Institute Partners with UNM School of Medicine 

    Highlands University social work students develop case review skills in intimate partner violence  January 9, 2023 The Native American Social Work Studies Institute (NASWSI) is working in partnership with the University of New Mexico School of Medicine to provide social work students with an opportunity to develop case review skills in addressing intimate partner violence…