ENMU Schedules Native American
Eastern New Mexico Universitys annual Native American
Awareness Week will be held on Monday, April 8, through Friday, April
12, with an additional activity on Friday, April 19.
Novel Methods in Cancer Diagnostics
Bond Issue to Benefit ENMU-Roswell
When voters go to the polls November 5, they will decide
the fate of a multi-million dollar bond issue proposed for education
projects throughout the state, including $450,000 for infrastructure
improvements at Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell.
Maegan Rhoten Named LSC South
Pitcher-of-the-Week for Second Time This Season
Eastern New Mexico University sophomore pitcher Maegan Rhoten
(RHP/OF, 59, Albuquerque, NM/St. Pius X H.S.) has been named
Lone Star Conference South Division Pitcher-of-the-Week for the second
time this season. The most recent award was achieved as a result of
her efforts in games played March 25-31.
Rachel Mohler Named LSC South
Eastern New Mexico University senior third baseman Rachel
Mohler (58, Las Vegas, NV/Green Valley H.S.) has been named
Lone Star Conference South Division Hitter-of-the-Week for the week
ending Sunday, March 31. Mohler recorded 11 hits in 22 at bats, as the
Zias earned a 5-1 record during the week.
Cheryl Pachak-Brooks was recently elected as President-Elect of the Southwest Division of Music Teachers National Association. She was installed into office during the MTNA National Conference held in Cincinnati, Ohio, March 16-20.
Dr. Stephen R. Durand and Dr. Kathy Roler Durand presented the paper "Cynthia's Puerco Legacy: Recent Research at the Guadalupe Community" at a symposium in honor of Dr. Cynthia Irwin-Williams. This symposium was part of the 67th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, March 20-24, in Denver.
Dr. Kathy Roler Durand and Dr. Stephen R. Durand presented a poster titled "A Closer Look at the Guadalupe Ruin Great House Community" on Friday, March 22, at the 67th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Denver.
Luke Erickson, Master's
candidate in Anthropology, presented a poster on the results of his
thesis research titled "Differentiating Prehistoric Cooking of
Faunal Remains from other Taphonomic Agents" on March 22 at the
67th Annual Meeting of the Society for
Dr. Alan W. Garrett has been appointed to the editorial board of The Journal of Curriculum and Supervision.
Dr. David W. Duke recently performed two lecture-recitals on "The Songs of Peter Cornelius 1824-1874." One was presented at Mansfield University of Pennsylvania, and the second was at Pennsylvania State University. Both were well received.
Dr. John Humphreys, assistant professor of management, has authored a paper titled, "The Anabasis and Lessons in Leadership: Xenophon as a Prototypical Transformational Leader," that has been accepted for presentation at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Denver (August, 2002).
Dr. John Humphreys,
assistant professor of management, and Chenghan
Liu and Ivan Lapuka,
MBA students and graduate assistants, will be presenting a paper titled,
"Guanxi and Mianzi: Culturally Specific Work Motivation Catalysts,"
at the Southwest Business Symposium to be held at the University of
Central Oklahoma (April, 2002).
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