ENMU to Sponsor Leadership
Jackson, international president of Phi Theta Kappa, will come to Eastern New
Mexico University on Jan. 25-26 to be the keynote speaker at a leadership conference.
ENMU Faculty Receive
Over $900,000 Research Award
A scientific research award totaling over $900,000 has been awarded to four research professors at Eastern New Mexico University. The grant, awarded from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) in Bethesda, Md., is part of the Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network collaboration with other academic institutions and industries throughout the state. [more]
ENMU Names Webmaster
has been named as Eastern New Mexico University's Webmaster. She was formerly
the Events Manager for the ENMU Department of Athletics.
ENMU Sets Annual TRIO Luncheon
Mexico University in Portales will host its annual TRIO Scholarship Luncheon from
11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 1 in the Campus Union Ballroom.
Dr. Gerald Gies, assistant professor of history, presented his paper "The Political Economy of Chumash Elites of Mission Santa Barbara (1786-1824)" at the annual conference of the Society for Historical Archaeology on Jan.12 in Mobile, Ala. Dr. Linda Gies, associate professor of history, presented "Changing Roles of Elite Chumash Women in Mission Society" at the same conference.
Dr. Cheryl Holloway's manuscript "The Public Prefer Certified Educators for High School Coaches" has been accepted by Strategies Journal; A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators.
Dr. Alan W. Garrett, associate professor of education foundations, has been appointed to the editorial review committee of the American Educational History Journal.
Dr. Tamara Raatz, assistant professor of clarinet, was selected to present a Lecture Recital in Vienna, Austria, on June 17-21. The topic is Anton Stadler's Use of the Basset Clarinet in Mozart's Operatic Works and the Compositional Comparison to the Clarinet Concerto, K. 622. The symposium is hosted by The College Music Society and is part of an international symposium at the University of Vienna entitled Vienna and Its Musical Traditions. This week-long symposium will explore Vienna's history and its musical traditions. Participants will live in the central city and experience the same cultural elements that attracted composers from the Middle Ages to Mozart, Mahler, and beyond.
Dr. Dewey F. Langston,
professor emeritus, has been reappointed to serve on an evaluation committee for
the New Mexico Retiree Health Care Authority to study the quality of health services
of medical providers for retired public educators and state employees. Any retiree
or current user of medical services at ENMU who has persistent problems related
to services may feel free to contact Dr. Langston, who has just completed his
second and final year as president of the New Mexico Association of Educational
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