|Coming Next Week|
Chemistry professor and British-born Dr. Elliott Stollar's work with identifying proteins will be featured in next week's issue.
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ENMU Student Studies in South Korea
by Desiree M. Cooper
"I have so many memories to take back with me to the U.S. Memories that will last a lifetime.” – Zac Self
While many of his classmates chose to visit European countries this summer, student Zac Self decided to journey to Seoul, South Korea, through Eastern New Mexico University’s study abroad program.
“I feel as though it is easy to travel to European countries; however, how often does one get the opportunity to travel to Asia?” asked the communication major with an emphasis in broadcast journalism.
The traveler, who “constantly travels around the city and sees new places as often as possible,” advises students interested in studying abroad to “do it! You only get one life, might as well go on adventures while you have the opportunity to do so.”
The Belen-native said the experience “has truly been a blessing, an adventure and one of the best opportunities I have ever been given. I have so many memories to take back with me to the U.S. Memories that will last a lifetime.”
|Zac with co-anchors at News 3|
|Fun in the Sun: Summer Courses at ENMU|
by Desiree M. Cooper
Get your sunglasses ready--Eastern New Mexico University is offering summer courses that will brighten your day. This is just a sampling.
Jewelry- ART 271, a four-week course that will run from June 2-27, is an “an exploration of techniques of jewelry making based on historical and contemporary methods of fabrication.” The course, taught by Greg Senn, will take place Monday through Friday from 10:20 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Agriculture 106.
History of Cooking- CA 300, an online course taught by Dr. Charles Broz, is a “historical look at where present day foods come from and their dramatic impact on civilization” that “covers the Paleolithic Era through the modern age.” The eight-week course, which gives a “new perspective and respect for the many foods available to today’s consumer,” will run from June 2 to July 25.
Aqua Aerobics- HPE 122, a four-week course that will run from June 2-27, is taught by Marissa Hyde. The course, which takes place Monday through Thursday in the Natatorium from 5:20 to 6:50 p.m., will focus on “aerobic conditioning activities.”
Music Appreciation: Survey of Rock and Roll- MUS 113C, an online course taught by Donnie O’ Hare, that “ attempts to answer the question "What is music?" by acquainting students with knowledge and appreciation of music from several cultures and times.” The four-week course, which includes contact with music through discussion, guest artists and recorded music, will run from June 2-27.
Survey of American History to 1877- HIST 101, a four-week course offered from June 2-27, is about the “development of American principles and ideals from the colonial era through the early national period, issues in sectional divergence and the Civil War and Reconstruction.” The online course is taught by Dr. Donald Elder.
Interpersonal Communication Behavior- COMM 470, an online class taught by Dr. Patricia Dobson, will focus on “communication and the development and maintenance of individual self-image, relationships and social and group roles, transactional states in relationships, emotional social isolation and communication behaviors among youth and the elderly.” The eight-week course will run from June 2 to July 25.
Global Health Care- NURS 312, an eight-week course offered from June 2 to July 25, “examines a cross-section of national health care systems of various countries,” and “provides a foundation for understanding global health issues including ethics and economics in the contexts of their effects on different cultures.” The online course, taught by Irma Goodrich, does not require pre-requisit es and can be taken by non-nursing majors.
For more information or to sign up for a summer course, call 575.562.2165 or visit www.enmu.edu.
|Expected to Open in Spring of 2015|
|ENMU :30 Summer Radio Spot||Video Alert|
Watch the video to see pictures of graduation with the audio for ENMU's :30 summer radio spot. – [video]
The Monday, May 26, 2014, Albuquerque Journal has an article on Page C3 about the death of Clyde Snow, a world famous forensic anthropologist. Snow graduated from ENMU a long time ago. He was a student of Dr. Ben Luck in psychology. He was 86.
In a very different application of his skills when he was working with the Federal Aviation Administration, he was asked once to measure hundreds of stewardess's to assist in the better design of their aircraft hosting spaces.
|(provided by Dr. Everett Frost)|
|Dr. David Kilby Publishes Book|
A book on Clovis caches by Bruce B. Huckell and J. David Kilby can be ordered at http://unmpress.com/ books.php?ID=13202503739305 &Page=book.
|Staff Member Composes Country-Pop Song|
Wendel Sloan, director of Media Relations, wrote a song, "20 Years Since I've Seen You," which was recorded by The High Plains Hippies – ENMU retirees Rick Bresler and Steve Blakeley, and Chris Harrell and Dan Greathouse. The video can be seen on YouTube at [20 Years].