New Mexico Highlands University

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New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • WEATHER CLOSURE
    Due to the winter forecast, Highlands’ Las Vegas campus will close at 12 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18 and will be on a two-hour delay Tuesday Feb. 19. Please check www.nmhu.edu for updates.

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
22 hours
  • Due to the winter forecast, Highlands’ Las Vegas campus will close at 12 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18 and will be on a two-hour delay Tuesday Feb. 19. Please check nmhu.edu for updates.

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • In the second part of our Black History Month celebration, University Archives is looking back at the career of Joe L. Singleton.

    Joe Singleton studied biology and physical education at Highlands and was a member of the football and track teams. After receiving his degree in 1957, Mr. Singleton served as the head coach at Robertson High School, where he also taught biology. In 1969, he accepted a position at UC Davis, where he would eventually become Athletic Director. Singleton was one of the first African American athletic directors at universities outside of HBCUs. His tenure at UC Davis was marked by 41 conference and 5 national championships. Throughout his career, he was a dedicated advocate for Title IX and women's equity in athletics. He returned to Highlands in 1996 to serve as our Athletic Director until his retirement in 2000.

    UC Davis currently co-sponsors a scholarship in Mr. Singleton's name which "supports a football student-athlete majoring in Ethnic Studies, Chicano Studies or African American Studies."

    #flashbackfriday #fbf #blackhistorymonth #nmhuathletics #nmhu

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • Tonight at Ilfeld!
    Doors open at 6:30; tickets available at the door. (NMHU students, no charge; NMHU employees $10; general public $15)
    ONE NIGHT ONLY.

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • Day 2 of our event! Thank you to everyone again who made HU CARES about your HEART event a success. We appreciate everyone who shared with us what healthy relationships look like for them! Our mascot Charlie the CARE bear had such a good time taking pictures and meeting everyone!
    #HUCARES#HUCARESABOUTYOU#NMHU

    HU CARES about your mental, emotional and physical well being. If you have any questions or concerns give us a call or stop by our office!

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • Thank you to everyone who came by and let us know what healthy relationships looked like for them! Don’t forget HU CARES will be in the NMHU Cafeteria again tomorrow from 11 am - 1:30pm. So stop on by and say hello to Our mascot Charlie the care bear as well!!
    HUCARESABOUTYOU#NMHU

    HU CARES about your emotional, mental and physical well-being. If you have any questions or concerns give us a call or come on down to our office!

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • Be part of the NMHU website redesign. Your input is vital.

    Our web strategy consultant, Chantal Forster, will be on campus Feb. 20 and 21 to give an overview of the process to students, faculty and staff, conduct listening sessions, and performing usability studies. Ms. Forster will conduct three listening sessions:

    • 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.

    • 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)

    • 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.

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • During the month of February, we will be thanking our fantastic NMHU Athletic Donors.

    Thank you to our PURPLE donors!

    HILLCREST RESTAURANT

    ROBERT EVERS

    LYNN RIVERA

    For more information or interested in becoming an athletic donor, please email ssantillanes@nmhu.edu

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • #NMHUmor -- post it where you find it!

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • Tomorrow night!

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • ATTENTION FRESHMEN & SENIORS!!!
    • Survey: National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
    • Purpose: Identifies what the University is doing well and where we could improve.
    • Dates: February 12th – March 18th, 2019
    • Completing the survey gives a chance to win a $50 amazon gift certificate. 4 of them will be given away.
    • The survey link will be available in student email

    More info here: http://www.nmhu.edu/institutional-research/oier-reports/

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New Mexico Highlands University
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New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • In honor of Black History Month, this #FlashbackFriday we're highlighting the work of Sojourner Truth, African American abolitionist and advocate for civil and women's rights.

    "The Narrative of Sojourner Truth: A Northern Slave..." contains Truth's memoirs as dictated to a friend. It also contains Truth's most well-known speech "Ain't I a Woman?" [alternatively known as "Ar'n't I a Woman?"], which she gave at the Women's Convention of 1851. This version of Truth's extemporaneous speech was written by a conference attendee from memory in the 1860s. A different version, printed in "The Anti-Slavery Bugle" just after the speech was given, is available from the Library of Congress at: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83035487/1851-06-21/ed-1/seq-4/

    This copy of Truth's "Narrative," which was published five years before her death in 1883, is part of the Rare Books collection at the Donnelly Library. It is also available online in its entirety at: https://www.loc.gov/item/29025244/

    #fbf #blackhistorymonth #sojournertruth #nmhu

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New Mexico Highlands University
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  • Chocolate tasting and wine pairing, Thursday February 7 at NMHU

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • Dr. Natasha Howard, our featured guest speaker for Black History Month and a writer and social advocate for black women, speaks to faculty, staff and students Thursday, February 7 at Highlands University in Sininger Hall, Rm.100.

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • Who will win the battle of the Best Chocolate Dessert in Las Vegas?
    Dessert tasting, wine tasting, live jazz, silent auction
    February 7, 5:30-8 pm
    Highlands Student Center Ballroom
    Tickets $10
    (505) 454-3248 or lylamaestas@nmhu.edu

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico Highlands University
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  • NMHU-Farmington is on a two-hour delay Feb. 7

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New Mexico Highlands University
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