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Archives Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 142
Scope and Content The New Mexico Highlands University Archives was established in October 2000. The archive is housed in the Thomas C. Donnelly Library. This collection contains materials related to the founding and administration of the archives.
Dates: 2000-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Athletics Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 500
Scope and Content The university has fielded teams in a variety of sports since its founding. This collection is comprised primarily of seasonal brochures for various sports.
Dates: Placeholder Unit Date Text; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Board of Regents Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 10
Scope and Content New Mexico Highlands University, originally established as New Mexico Normal School, began operation in 1893. This collection contains the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Regents of the institution since that year, plus related material. All the records are arranged chronologically.

A comprehensive list of the members of the Board of Regents, with some limited biographical information, is located in Box 1, Folder 1.
Dates: 1893-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Campus Security Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 360
Scope and Content In the words of a Campus Security brochure, “The NMHU Police Department is a full-service police agency open 24 hours daily. It is not simply a security force; rather, it is similar to a municipal police department for a small city.” Further, “The primary functions of the NMHU Police Department are: keeping the peace; law enforcement; criminal investigations; and emergency response.”This collection contains miscellaneous items relating to the functions of the Office of Campus...
Dates: Placeholder Unit Date Text; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Clarence Loomis Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 10413
Scope and Content Clarence Loomis was a nationally recognized musician and composer who taught at New Mexico Highlands University in the 1940s and 1950s.
Dates: 1940-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

College of Arts and Sciences Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 160
Scope and Content The College of Arts and Sciences was created as an academic unit in 1997. In 2001, the College was comprised of the departments of Behavioral Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, Communication and Fine Arts, Engineering, English and Philosophy, History and Political Science, Languages and Literature, Mathematics and Computer Science, Natural Resources, and Physics. Each of these units is treated as a sub-series to the College of Arts and Sciences Collection in this archive.Prior to 1981...
Dates: 1997-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Computer Networking Services Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 320
Scope and Content This collection contains reports, plans, committee minutes, and other material connected with the development and maintenance of computer systems at New Mexico Highlands University.
Dates: 1990-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Department of Behavioral Sciences Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 162
Scope and Content The Department of Behavioral Sciences and its inclusive disciplines have a long history as an academic unit at New Mexico Highlands University. With various name changes, this history includes1997- Department of Behavioral Sciences1995- School of Behavioral Sciences1993- Department of Behavioral Sciences1985- Division of Behavioral Sciences1965- Department of Behavioral SciencesBefore 1965, some of the disciplines within...
Dates: 1965-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Department of Biology Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 164
Scope and Content While the subject of biology has been taught since the founding of the university, the administrative structure of the discipline has changed frequently.2000- Department of Biology1997- Department of Life Sciences1995- School of Mathematics, Science, and Engineering1987- Department of Life Sciences1981- Division of Science and Mathematics1975- Department of Biology, Environmental Health, and Earth Science1949-...
Dates: 1930-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Department of Chemistry Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 166
Scope and Content While the subject of chemistry has been taught in some form since the early years of the university, the administrative structure of the discipline has changed frequently.2000 – Department of Chemistry1997 – Department of Physical Sciences1995 – School of Mathematics, Science, and Engineering1987 – Department of Physical Sciences1981 – Division of Science and Mathematics1979 – Department of Science and Mathematics...
Dates: 1930-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Department of Communication and Fine Arts Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 168
Scope and Content Music, art, oratory, and other disciplines that fall within the category of "Communication and Fine Arts" have been offered at New Mexico Highlands University since its inception. Administratively, these disciplines have been organized in a variety of settings.1997 - Department of Communication and Fine Arts1995 - School of Communication and Fine Arts1987 - Department of Communication and Fine Arts1981 - Division of Fine Arts1979 -...
Dates: 1930-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Department of Engineering Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 1610
Scope and Content The discipline of engineering and related fields has a long evolution at New Mexico Highlands University. Viewed from one perspective, it dates back to the early part of the twentieth century, when the university offered courses in “Manual Training.” Such courses became part of the “Industrial Education” program in the 1930s. During World War II the university offered a wide variety of vocational classes. These evolved into offerings in “Industrial Technology.” In the late 1980s various courses...
Dates: 1930-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Department of English and Philosophy Collection

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Identifier: Archives 1612
Scope and Content The disciplines of English, including literature, grammar, writing, and oratory, and philosophy, have been included in the curriculum at New Mexico Highlands University since its founding. Administratively, the disciplines have been housed in a variety of ways, both together and separately.1997 – Department of English and Philosophy1995 – School of Humanities1987 – Department of English and Philosophy1979 – Division of Humanities...
Dates: 1935-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Department of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 202
Scope and Content Since 1995 the Department of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services has been a department within the School of Education. Prior to that time it was an independent academic unit.2001 – Department of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services (School of Education) 1995 – Department of Human Performance and Sport (School of Education)1987 – Department of Human Performance, Leisure, and Sport1983 – Division of Health, Physical Education,...
Dates: 1995-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Department of History and Political Science Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 1614
Scope and Content Courses with historical and political content have been offered at New Mexico Highlands University since its founding. Administratively, these disciplines have experienced little reorganization over the years.1997 – Department of History and Political Science1995 – School of Humanities1987 – Department of History and Political Science1979 – Department of Humanities1971 – Department of History and Political Science1947 –...
Dates: 1940-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Department of Languages and Literature Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 1616
Scope and Content The first catalog of classes offered by New Mexico Highlands University lists instruction in “Ancient and Modern Languages.” Spanish language and literature instruction has always figured prominently in the university’s curriculum. The administrative structure has varied over the years.1997 – Department of Languages and Literature1995 – School of Humanities1987 – Department of Languages and Literature1981 – Division of Humanities1979 –...
Dates: 1930-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 1618
Scope and Content Mathematics has figured in the New Mexico Highlands University curriculum since the founding of the institution. Computer Science was added as an administrative unit in 1977. Since the mid-1950s, Mathematics has always been linked administratively with other disciplines.1997 – Department of Mathematics and Computer Science1995 – School of Mathematics, Science, and Engineering1987 – Department of Computer Science and Mathematics1979 – Division of...
Dates: 1930-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Department of Natural Resources Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 1620
Scope and Content The Department of Natural Resources was created as an administrative unit in 2000. Before then, courses in the field were taught in the Department of Life Sciences/Biology.

This collection contains no folders.
Dates: 2000-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Department of Physics Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 1622
Scope and Content The discipline of physics has had a checkered administrative history at New Mexico Highlands University, often being combined administratively with other disciplines.2000 – Department of Physics1997 – Department of Physical Sciences1995 – School of Mathematics, Science, and Engineering1987 – Department of Physical Sciences1981 – Division of Science and Mathematics1979 – Department of Science and Mathematics1977...
Dates: 1930-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Diana Stein Collection

 Collection
Identifier: SC 9999-1
Scope and Content This collection comprises material on Fort Union National Monument, the Santa Fe Trail, the Santa Fe Trail Association, the Santa Fe National Historic Trail, and Corazón de los Caminos, a chapter of the Santa Fe Trail Association. Diana Stein, a well-known book dealer and the proprietor of Los Artesanos Bookstore in Las Vegas, New Mexico, collected it. The material on Fort Union National Monument dates from the 1950s, when the monument was established, through the 1990s. Ms. Stein...
Dates: 1950-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Dr. Cecilio Orozco Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 1047
Scope and Content Dr. Cecilio Orozco taught in the School of Education at New Mexico Highlands University in the 1970s.
Dates: 1970-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Dr. Jay Schufle Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 1041
Scope and Content Dr. Jay Schufle, Professor Emeritus in Chemistry, spent most of his professional career at New Mexico Highlands University. Upon his death, his family donated his personal and professional papers to the university. This collection contains items related to his college and military years as well as fifty years of personal correspondence, some of it with the most eminent men and women in his field and in the philosophy of science. His professional papers include research notebooks and class...
Dates: 1945-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Dr. Maurilio Vigil Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 104.3
Scope and Content Dr. Maurilio Vigil, Professor of Political Science, taught in the Department of History and Political Science at New Mexico Highlands University for over two decades. This collection includes his unpublished papers, manuscript copies of published works, and student papers from various classes he taught through the years.

The collection is bound in forty volumes.
Dates: 1976-

Educational Outreach Services Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 260
Scope and Content The university has offered some form of off-campus offerings since the early decades of the twentieth century. In general, these offerings have followed national trends in this form of education. Administrative organization has varied. The following list is only an indication of the types of organization there have been. From entries in the University Bulletin it would appear that no off-campus instruction other than at organized centers was offered throughout the 1980s.1913 – the...
Dates: 1913-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

Facilities Management Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 380
Scope and Content As of 2000, the university’s main campus was comprised of forty-two buildings with a total of 270,122 assignable square feet of space that was used for instruction, research, offices, or study activities. Fifteen buildings were used primarily for instruction, ten provided housing, five were used primarily for athletics, three housed administrative offices and student services, seven were occupied by facilities management, and one was a theater. In addition, the university owned a house that was...
Dates: 1972-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

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