Feb. 24 ENMU Briefs

• Dr. Manuel Varela, professor of biology, and his research personnel have had a paper accepted for publication by the refereed Journal of Membrane Biology.

Feb. 17, 2009 ENMU briefs

ENMU Women to Host Guest Speaker ENMU Women invite everyone to join them for lunch noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Pecos Room of the Campus Union Building. ENMU’s historian and past president Bob Matheny is to talk about “Moses, Columbus and Northern New Mexico.” Information: Sue Stockly at sue.stockly@enmu.edu. ENMU Hosting Guest Saxophone […]

Feb. 10, 2009 ENMU briefs

PNT Staff • Professor of History Donald Elder III was included in the 2008 edition of Madison Who’s Who of Executives and Professionals. • ENMU graduate John F. Russell II of Roswell has been appointed to the Board of Regents at New Mexico Military Institute. • Chris Taylor, assistant professor in the College of Business, […]

Feb. 3 ENMU briefs

Faculty news • Attila Hertelendy, director of the Emergency Medical Service Management Program, had his abstract titled “Has the proportion of EMS-related research authored by paramedics changed over the last 10 years?” accepted by the Prehospital Care Research Forum at the University of California-Los Angeles for both oral and poster presentation at the annual EMS […]

Feb. 1, 2009 Local Briefs

Fund created for LovatosA fund for Kacee Lovato’s family has been set up at First Financial Federal Credit Union. Lovato died in a car crash Thursday.Donations: 356-5530, extension 1607, or 700 W. Second St. City Council has Thursday meetingThe first Portales City Council meeting in February is scheduled for an unusual day. The meeting is […]

Jan. 27 ENMU Briefs

ENMU Communications Dept. Employee Briefs • During the 2008 Southwest Association of Student Assistance Programs Regional Conference, Susan Cramp, director of Upward Bound, was elected secretary of the association.

Jan. 20 ENMU briefs

ENMU’s MySpace sponsoring video contest Eastern New Mexico University’s MySpace page is sponsoring a video contest with the theme of “Cool School ENMU.” The video should be between 30-60 seconds with no restriction on format. It shouldn’t be risque. The contest is open to all of ENMU’s MySpace friends – high school students, college students, […]

Jan. 13 ENMU Faculty Briefs

ENMU staff recognized • Kenneth M. Henrie and Chris Taylor in the College of Business recently had their article “Use of Persuasion Knowledge by the Millennial Generation” accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Young Consumers. •

ENMU Briefs Dec. 16

Contest winners announced The Eastern New Mexico University Speech and Hearing office won the Support Senate’s Christmas door-decorating contest, and the $72 pot. Communication Services came in second, Accounts Payable placed third and the Registrar’s Office took honorable mention. Tammi Gardner, vice president of the Support Senate, said, “The judges said that the contest illustrated […]

12-9 Local briefs

Senior fitness event setNew Mexico Senior Olympics, Inc. is conducting a TREK health education event free for residents age 50 and up 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

12-9 ENMU briefs

Faculty Briefs• Juchao Yan is part of an energy research team in New Mexico. • Jordan Kobritz, assistant professor of sport management, will deliver a presentation on “Conflict in Sport Management” at the Baseball Winter Meetings in Las Vegas, Nev., today.• Chris Taylor, assistant professor of management, has either had a paper published in or […]

Local Briefs Dec. 5

ENMU hosting teacher job fair Eastern New Mexico University’s education department will host a teacher job fair Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Greyhound Arena. The public, as well as ENMU alumni and students, are invited. Participants should bring their resumes and dress professionally to interview with prospective employers from 20 school districts. […]

Local Briefs Nov. 13

Bingaman representative to visit Clovis A representative from Sen. Jeff Bingaman’s Roswell office will be available in Clovis on Friday to help people with problems or concerns with federal government agencies, according to a news release.“The office hours in Clovis will give area residents a chance to meet with a representative from my office to […]

Local Briefs Nov. 12

PNT Staff Reports Democratic Women to meet Roosevelt County Democratic Women will meet at noon Monday in the Roosevelt General Hospital conference room. The theme of the meeting will be “Happy Holidays,” which will be a program looking toward the New Year. All Democrats are invited to participate in planning. Pick up a tray in […]

Local Briefs Nov. 7

PNT Staff Reports ‘Cash and carry’ sale planned Habitat for Humanity will hold a “cash and carry sale” from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Bosco Hall, corner of Grand and Gamma in Clovis.The sale includes kitchen cabinets for $20, vanities for $30 and medicine cabinets for $20.Proceeds from the sale will help support […]

ENMU Faculty Briefs Nov. 4

ENMU faculty published Michael F. Shaughnessy and Susan Fulgham of Texas A&M have an article appearing in Educational Technology, Vol 48, No 6, the November–December 2008 issue. Hardman serves as commentator Peggy Hardman presented “Education in a Tempest: The Choctaw Academy and a Battle of Egos, Politics, and Good Intentions” at the Ohio Valley History […]

Local Briefs Oct. 26

PNT Staff Reports Flute player to perform Eastern New Mexico University in Portales will host guest flutist Chih-Hsien Chien for a master class and performance. Chien’s master class will be held from 2-4 p.m. today in the Zia Room of the Campus Union Building. Chien’s solo recital featuring Dr. Lindsey Beasley will be held at […]

Local Briefs Oct. 24

Matt Rush to speak at McCain event Matt Rush of Portales will participate in the pre-program rally for Sen. John McCain’s campaign event Saturday in Albuquerque, according to Marta Kramer, state director for the McCain campaign in New Mexico. “They called this afternoon and asked if I would be one of the speakers,” Rush said […]

Oct. 17, 2008 Briefs

Mayor launches Christmas toy drive The Mayor’s Christmas Toy Drive: Operation Santa Cop will host the first toy drive of the season from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday during the Lion’s Club Pancake Breakfast at First Baptist Church in Portales. Police officers will be collecting new toys for boys and girls from birth through age 18 […]

Local Briefs Oct. 9

PNT Staff Reports Floyd schools plan homecoming Floyd schools will celebrate homecoming this weekend, starting with a bonfire at 7 p.m. Friday at Jim and Judy Chandler’s home. The homecoming coronation will be held at noon Saturday, followed at 1 p.m. by the varsity Broncos football game against Springer. Also on Saturday, the Lady Broncos […]