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The Monday Memo is a weekly electronic newsletter published for the faculty and staff of Eastern New Mexico University. The editor is Wendel Sloan.
Graduate Student from Mexico Reviews Children's Books
by Shantiana White
“I was considering another university, but ENMU’s scholarship persuaded me to stay and go into counseling.” – Irma Salayandia
Irma Salayandia, a graduate student in the counseling and clinical therapy program, said “This degree is about me. It’s about self-development and self-awareness, which the counseling program emphasizes.”
Her birthplace is Chihuahua, Mexico, but she considers Roswell her hometown because she has lived there over 30 years since she was six. Ms. Salayandia has a 22-year-old son who lives in Roswell, and a 20-year-old daughter who lives in Clovis.
She plans on working with children due to “Latino children are not taught that education is important, and I want to change this aspect of education.” Recently, she has had five children book reviews published in the New Mexico Journal of Reading.
“Judy E. Laufer was my favorite author I reviewed because her books are therapeutic for children,” said Ms. Salayandia.
She reviewed Last Night I Had a Laughmare. Bedtime Adventures in Gigglyville and Where Did Papa Go? by Ms. Laufer and enjoyed how she could make something hard to deal with in life easier to cope with in these books.
Ms. Salayandia also spoke fondly of The Old Green Chair by Traudi Allen. She said, “The author manages to relate a chair to life events which can break us, but also make us stronger.”
Dr. Michael Shaughnessy picked out books for her to review at the book fair in the education department. “This was a new learning experience for me, and I thank Dr. Shaughnessy who encouraged me to take this opportunity. Now, I have more confidence if I want to write and publish reviews in the future,” said Ms. Salayandia.
Live Radio Drama on Friday, September 6
Live Radio Drama
Friday, Sept. 6, 7 p.m.
Free admission for ENMU Students, $5 for General Public
The College of Fine Arts, in collaboration with the Department of Communication's Theater of the Mind radio drama series, presents a very special evening of live radio drama this Friday, Sept. 6 at the University Theatre.
Voice actors will perform two plays, the suspenseful drama "Tick, Tick" and the quirky comedy "Will Someone Please Tell Me What's Going On Here?" along with live sound effects. Musical accompaniment will be provided by the Blackwater Draw Boys and student musicians.
Please join us for this one-night only event.
Changes Made at Health Services
by Dr. Judith Haislett
Vice President for Student Affairs
Health Services has made some changes this fall. Beginning in October, Health Services will be operated by LaCasa Health.
This means no change for the students visiting Health Services, as the medical care provided by ENMU will remain the same. All services performed by our former Nurse Practitioners will be offered to students, including visits, educational materials, family planning visits and supplies, and more.
LaCasa will staff Health Services with a Nurse Practitioner, Darlene Jenkins, who is a former director of the Health Services at ENMU. She will be familiar with the services our students expect and has a proven record of delivering positive health care for students.
Services in addition to health care will be offered by our new Health Services provider. They include consultation on insurance options, educational materials, referrals for social services and expanded clinic options through their Fir Street offices.
ENMU has built Health Services with the belief that students come first. This new change in our operation of Health Services should continue that tradition and offer ENMU students consistent quality care and expanded services on campus. Until all the contracts are signed, Health Services will be staffed by our Licensed Practical Nurse, Pam Bayes. She will be able to assess presenting problems, refer for treatment, and schedule all family planning services for Fridays at the Curry Hall location.
We expect full operations to begin at Health Services no later than Oct.15.
Farewell for Don Paschke on September 20
by Kayla Paulk
Please mark your calendars to reserve Friday, Sept. 20, at 2 p.m., for a farewell party for Dr. Don Paschke at COPE (Council of Professors Emeriti). He is moving to Albuquerque.
For those of you who are local and either sing or have sung in the ENMU Choirs with Don (or any choir – church, etc.), Dr. Jason Paulk will share information soon about one or two pieces we plan to sing in honor of Don for this occasion.
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Finally, please send either an email or snail mail letter (to my attention at ENMU Station 16) for Don, to be included in a memento book we’re compiling for him. I was delighted to find nearly 70 pictures of Don’s involvement in the ENMU Choirs and ENMU Music over the past eight years.
Kayla Liechty Paulk
Department of Music
Eastern New Mexico University
Portales, NM 88130
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KENW-FM Public Radio Network News Director Janet Lyn Bresenham was invited earlier this year to begin writing a regular monthly op/ed column for the Sunday Amarillo Globe-News. Her most recent column, “Learn from a life of love lost too soon,” was published in the Aug. 18 edition of the Sunday Amarillo Globe-News as a tribute to her sister on the fifth anniversary of her death.
Janet wrote the column to try to bring hope and comfort to other people who have lost loved ones to suicide and sudden death.
Her column can be found at this link to the newspaper’s website:
Dr. Michael F. Shaughnessy has had "An Interview with Roger Kaufman and Ingrid Guerra-Lopez: About Needs Assessment for Organizational Success" accepted for publication in the Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business Research , 2 (6).
Michael F. Shaughnessy and Roger Kaufman and Ingrid Guerra-Lopez have a paper about needs assessment for organizational success accepted in the Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business Research-Vol 2, 6 pp 991-997.
Dr. Veena Parboteeah and Dr. Patt Burusnukul had their manuscript titled “GenY’s Internet Usage and Materialism” accepted for presentation at the Academy of Business Research Conference in San Antonio, Texas, on Sept. 18-20.
Andy Callens fills a one-year position as a visiting instructor in psychology at Northwestern College in Iowa.
Callens is completing a doctorate in industrial/organizational psychology at the University of Nebraska Omaha. He holds a master’s degree in psychology from West Texas A&M University and a bachelor’s in psychology from Eastern New Mexico University.
Callens is currently completing his dissertation research on brainstorming processes.