From The Associated Press
Highlands awarded Kellogg grants
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has awarded New Mexico Highlands University a $500,000 grant aimed at helping incoming freshmen with science classes.
The foundation announced the two-year grant last week and said the award with go to the to the university’s Achieving in Research, Math and Science Program, also known as ARMAS.
Edward Martinez, natural resources professor and ARMAS director, said the grant will help school officials target students who struggle with science early on.