Education digest: Archaeologist plans lecture

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer

New Mexico State University archaeologist Glenna Dean will give a lecture, “In Search of Anasazi Life: Fermentation in New Mexico Prehistory,” at the Cynthia Irwin-Williams Lecture at 7 p.m. today at Eastern New Mexico University, according to an ENMU press release.

The lecture will be in Room 112 of the Jack Williamson Liberal Arts Building.

Dean came to the State Historic Preservation Division, Department of Cultural Affairs, in 1994 and became the New Mexico State Archaeologist in 1997.

For information, call Ziggy Protho at 693-3406.

Nursing program gets positive review
Eastern New Mexico University’s Nursing Program has received a positive re-accreditation site visit review from the National League of Nursing Accrediting Commission. The Commission visited Eastern in Portales from Feb. 27 through March 1, according to an ENMU press release.

The final details of the recommendation will not be confirmed until the national evaluation process is completed later this year, but the site visitors have recommended full re-accreditation for ENMU-Portales, the release said.

Eastern offers nursing courses at the Artesia Workforce Center, ENMU-Portales, ENMU-Roswell, the Eastern New Mexico Medical Center in Roswell, ENMU-Ruidoso, Lake Arthur High School, Mesalands Community College in Tucumcari, New Mexico Junior College in Hobbs and ENMU-Ruidoso.