Monday Memo
ENMU News and Events Publications Monday Memo Monday Memo - January 7, 2002

 Personnel Briefs

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ENMU Instructor Publishes ‘From Iowa Roots'
Instructor of English Miriam Deen and ENMU President Dr. Steven J. Gambleby Colleen Wright
ENMU News Services

Seventy-four-year-old Miriam Deen, instructor of English at Eastern New Mexico University, has had a full life. Nevertheless, she has just achieved what may be her greatest accomplishment, publishing a book about her life.

"From Iowa Roots" is the story of the Midwestern farm environment that shaped her outlook; her early years in the Martin family; the Iowa schooling that prepared her for her teaching profession; her years of teaching; and her reflections about family members, students, friends and life. [more]

ENMU Student Receives Advertising Scholarship
by Wendel Sloan
ENMU News Services

Adam Williams, senior broadcast journalism major at Eastern New Mexico University, has been selected as a winner of the 2002 Dorothy B. Smith Advertising Scholarship. This $500 scholarship is awarded by the New Mexico Advertising Federation for students studying communications, journalism and advertising in a New Mexico college or university.

Williams, a 1998 graduate of Los Lunas High School, will be invited to attend a New Mexico Advertising Federation luncheon on Tuesday, Jan. 22 in Albuquerque to receive his award.

Personnel Briefs

Dr. Tracy Carr, oboe and Dr. Jean Wozencraft-Ornellas, soprano presented clinics and workshops Tuesday December 11 for the music students at Ruidoso High School. Carr and Ornellas performed in recital that evening at the Spencer Theatre.