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Chantal Forster will be at NMHU conducting website usability studies on Feb. 20 and 21.

Las Vegas – Highland University’s web strategy consultant, Chantal Forster, will be on campus Feb. 20 and 21 to give an overview of the website overhaul process to students, faculty and staff; conduct listening sessions; and perform usability studies.

Ms. Forster will conduct three listening sessions:

  1. Feb. 20, 12 p.m. in Lora Shields Room 265 (Zoom: https://nmhu.zoom.us/j/632187898) for Strategic Enrollment Management, Business Office, Registrar’s Office, Financial Aid Office and other student-servicing offices.
  2. Feb. 20, 4 p.m. Student Center Room 321 for students (center and online students may attend via Zoom at https://nmhu.zoom.us/j/632187898) 
  3. Feb. 21, 12 p.m. in Student Center Room 321 (Zoom: https://nmhu.zoom.us/j/632187898) for faculty, deans, chairs, and center directors/building managers.

“I urge everyone to attend a campus forum Feb. 20 at 10 a.m. in G-35 to learn about the process Ms. Forster will be utilizing to develop a more user-friendly and informative website,” says Highlands President Sam Minner. “Students, faculty and staff outside of Las Vegas may attend the session via Zoom at https://nmhu.zoom.us/j/632187898.”

Chantal Forster serves as the chief strategy consultant for her firm, Gibson Carlisle. She works with the public sector and non-profit clients including Penn State, University of New Mexico, Sandia National Labs, Central New Mexico Community College and others to provide digital and IT systems strategy and implementation, customer experience strategy, team development, user-driven architecture and design, and project and portfolio management.