9-7 — ENMU briefs

9/11 memorial scheduled This year’s memorial ceremony to honor all those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks features special speakers and music downtown. The ceremony, which is open to the public, will begin at 7:30 a.m. Friday near the flag pole in the large parking lot outside the main branch of [...]

Aug. 31 — ENMU briefs

• The technology building, which has yet to be named and cost $9 million, including furniture, will be ready to host the art and anthropology departments in the spring semester. The building is being constructed to be eco-friendly. • The ENMU Alumni Association raised $12,260 to benefit the ENMU scholarship fund during its second annual [...]

July 20 — ENMU briefs

Students visiting Guatemala Students from multiple Eastern New Mexico campuses are participating in a Spanish language immersion trip to Guatemala this summer. Seventeen people went on the trip, which began July 3 and will end July 28. Participant Mackenzie Morris, a pre-physical therapy major with a Spanish minor, said the school participates in many such [...]

ENMU briefs — June 29

Texbook rental program set Beginning in fall 2011, the Eastern New Mexico University Bookstore is set to offer a new, multi-channel textbook rental program. The program allows students to rent their textbooks for less than 50 percent of the cost of purchasing a new printed textbook. Students will be able to rent their books either [...]

ENMU briefs — June 22

Politics and media course offered Eastern New Mexico University is offering a “Power Games: Politics and Media” course during its second four-week session, beginning July 5. The three-credit course is an interdisciplinary analysis of the relationship between politics and the media. It ties political science and communications together and gives students the opportunity to learn [...]

ENMU briefs — June 8

Blackwater Draw hosting demonstration of prehistoric technology The Blackwater Draw National Landmark, operated by Eastern New Mexico University, is hosting “Technology of Prehistoric New Mexico” June 25-26 at Blackwater Draw, six miles north of Portales on N.M. 467. The event is free and open to the public. Activities include pottery demonstrations, cooking, hide-working, flint-knapping, Yucca [...]

ENMU briefs — June 1

Wellness program enrollment open The Summer Lifelong Wellness program is accepting enrollment. To enroll for summer, send an e-mail to cathy.hess@enmu.ed. and tell her which option you would like: One credit or two credits. If individuals would like to participate in an existing physical activity class, contact Cathy Hess with the class and meeting days [...]

ENMU briefs —

Employee and student briefs • Eastern New Mexico University Professor of Special Education Michael F. Shaughnessy and Bill Gaedke have had a chapter accepted for publication in a book to appear in a few months. • Shaughnessy has an article appearing in the International Journal of Creativity and Problem Solving in the April 2011 issue. [...]

ENMU briefs — May 11

Kids’Zumba class offered The office of Distance Education and Outreach is offering kids’ Zumba classes this summer. Kacy Cash will teach the classes. The 4- to 7-year-old class is scheduled for 5 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mondays from June 6 to July 29. The 8- to 12-year-old class is set for 5 p.m. to 5:30 [...]

ENMU briefs — April 6

Grad students offering speech therapy services With a collaboration between the Eastern New Mexico University Child Development Center and Communicative Disorders Program, graduate practicum students have started providing speech-language therapy services to pre-school students at the CDC. The center serves 3-, 4- and 5-year olds and is located on campus. Each week, the CDIS practicum [...]