ENMU briefs: April 11

ENMU graduate honored

Eastern New Mexico University graduate Amber Maul, a registered nurse, was recognized as the Hospice Nurse of the Year at the Texas/New Mexico Hospice Organization's annual Meeting in March.

Maul has worked for Hospice of Lubbock for the last two years, previously working in ENMU Health Services for two years.

Civic center promotes alumna

Global Spectrum, the company that manages the Clovis Civic Center, has promoted Operations Manager Maria Rainsdon, a 2009 ENMU graduate, to the center's general manager position.

Rainsdon, who had also served the center as catering manager, will oversee day-to-day operations at the center — a 30,000 square-foot facility that hosts various events from banquets to concerts. She replaces Brock Neely, who received a promotion through Global Spectrum to a position in Pueblo, Colo.

Volunteer event set for Saturday

Eastern in Action will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday with the event kicking off in the Campus Union Building.

The event is a community service program run by students, which gives back to the Portales community members who help the school each year.

Team sign-ups can be picked up in the Campus Life Office, CUB 104. The last day to sign up for the event is Thursday. Free shirts and lunch will be provided for all volunteers. Information: Eastern.InAction@enmu.edu.

Stress workshop being offered

A Lunch and Learn event will be held at 11:50 a.m. April 19 in the CUB Pecos Room titled Arrest That Stress – It's Not MY Monkey!

Participants will learn effective stress management techniques through discussion, video and active participation. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. with the presentation following. RSVP to SD.Assistant@enmu.edu or 562.4323.

— ENMU

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