Virtual Homecoming October 19-24 2020

Virtual Homecoming October 19-24 2020

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Alumnus Isaac Roybal Creates Mobile App for Higher Education
https://www.nmhu.edu/alumnus-isaac-roybal-creates-mobile-app-for-higher-education/

photo of Isaac Roybal

Isaac Roybal

Las Vegas, N.M. – New Mexico Highlands University business alumnus Isaac Roybal launched a new mobile app for higher education that connects students with their professors via short video exchanges, expanding face-to-face interaction during the coronavirus pandemic when many courses are delivered online.

Some universities piloting Roybal’s new smart phone technology tool, ProMinute, include Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Texas at Austin and Highlands University.

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Two Native American MBA Students Receive Scholarships
https://www.nmhu.edu/two-native-american-mba-students-receive-scholarships/

Photo of Jasmine Jishie and Jessica Coriz.

Courtesy photo: Highlands MBA students Jasmine Jishie, left, and Jessica Coriz are American Indian Graduate Center scholars.

Las Vegas, New Mexico – Two New Mexico Highlands University MBA students have received scholarships from REDW, LLC accounting through the American Indian Graduate Center. Jessica Coriz, of  San Ildefonso Pueblo and Jasmine Jishie, of the Navajo Nation each received $2,500 scholarships.

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Highlands Business Students Win Statewide Ethics Competition
https://www.nmhu.edu/highlands-business-students-win-statewide-ethics-competition/

Photo of business ethics competition winners and their professors.

Highlands business students who won a statewide ethics competition stand with their business professors and coaches Carla Romero, far left, and Melanie Zollner. The students, beginning third from the left, are Dana Bishop, Olivia Muñiz, Griffin Logan, Miguel García and Warren Roybal. Ali Shabaneh is in front with the trophy.

Las Vegas, N.M – New Mexico Highlands University business students took first place in the Seventh New Mexico Business Ethics Case Competition Nov. 13–14 at the University of New Mexico. The five students from the Highlands main campus included Miguel García, Ali Shabaneh, Olivia Muñiz, Griffin Logan, and Warren Roybal, as well as Dana Bishop from the Highlands Farmington Center.

The Highlands championship Ethics Team was composed of students in business professor Carla Romero’s business ethics class and business professor Melanie Zollner’s organizational leadership class. Some also took a previous class in business ethics with Zollner.

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