ARMAS in Education Center

Achieving in Research, Math, and Science

STEM / Data on STEM at NMHU

Supplemental Instruction Data Report for Spring 2014

Data on STEM at NMHU 

Fall 2014 ARMAS center data


Agreement Gives Clearer Pathway for Science Degrees ​Teresita Aguilar, left, Highlands vice president of academic affairs, Jim Fries, Highlands president, and Pete Campos, Luna president, sign an agreement Aug. 11 for collaborative science education at the two schools. At the far right is Ethan Martínez, son of Vidal Martínez, Luna vice president of academics. Las Vegas, NM – Highlands University and Luna Community College students have a clearer pathway to graduation in the sciences, thanks to a new agreement between the institutions. On Aug. 11, Highlands and Luna signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at increasing the number of students in Northern New Mexico who complete bachelor’s




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