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Education

  • Climate Change Summit returns

    The second annual Climate Change Awareness Summit at Highlands University on Saturday, April 28 aims to raise awareness about slowing climate change and spark activism for environmental issues.

    The day of free public events is a community collaboration that includes a Gallinas River cleanup, climate change awareness march, guest speakers, Highlands faculty and student research, hands-on learning for children, community resource tables, food, music and more.

  • Students receive recognition for outstanding leadership

    By Margaret McKinney
    N.M. Highlands University

    New Mexico Highlands University students received recognition for their outstanding leadership in and out of the classroom and other contributions to the university at the 20th Annual Student Leadership Recognition Banquet April 4.

    The Office of Campus Life, directed by Margaret Gonzales, organizes the event each year.

  • The President's Choice

    By Margaret McKinney/Highlands University

  • Full scholarships to UWC for two Las Vegas students

    Two Las Vegas high school students have received full scholarships to attend a United World College this fall.

    Taran Franklyn-Atman, a junior at West Las Vegas High School, will attend UWC Mahindra College in India. The 16-year-old is the son of Elsu Atman and Danielle Franklyn.

    Deandre Gutierrez, a sophomore at Robertson High School, will attend Pearson College UWC in British Columbia, Canada. Deandre, 15, is the son of Regina and Orlando Gutierrez.

  • Record number of students at GEAR UP Event

    By Margaret McKinney, N.M. Highlands University

    A record number of approximately 900 middle and high school students from across the state visited the New Mexico Highlands campus Feb. 28 to get a head start on becoming college students.
    The students were on campus for a GEAR UP New Mexico college visit Highlands co-hosted. GEAR UP stands for Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs.

  • NMHU professor is ‘Everyday Hero’

    By Margaret McKinney, N.M. Highlands University

    The New Mexico Office of African American Affairs honored a Highlands University professor for being a mentor who empowers her black students.

    Gloria Gadsden, a Highlands criminal justice professor, received the office’s Everyday Hero Award.

  • Nursing scholarships

    Three women were recently announced as the Alta Vista Ladies Auxiliary Scholarship recipients.

    They will receive financial support for the remaining three semesters of nursing school.

    Alta Vista Ladies Auxiliary representative Delicia Pacheco recently met with recipients Ashton Borunda, Lori Clifton and Vanetia Gonzales.

  • Sierra Vista Elementary February 2018 Students of the Month

    Sierra Vista Elementary first lunch students of the month for February 2018. 

    They are Awnika Tapia, Aidan Romero, Estevan Morales, Jayden Lucero, Raylynn Herrera, Brenen Deisler and Kaylee Sena.
     

  • Sierra Vista Elementary February 2018 Students of the Month

    Sierra Vista Elementary second lunch students of the month for February 2018.

    They are Mariah Garcia, Tatiana Kavanaugh, Ariana Sanchez, Roman Salazar, Sean Garcia, Elijah Martinez and Will Esquibel.
     

  • Robertson High School Band now scheduled to compete for state

    Members of the Robertson High School Redwave Band qualified in a district meeting held on March 6 at Los Alamos High School to compete in the state band music challenge.

    Under the direction of Martin Sena, the band represented one of three schools to earn a “superior” rating.

    They were judged on criteria such as concert music and sight reading.

    The band is scheduled to perform for state honors in April at an Albuquerque location.