3:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 27
Library Conference Room
Faculty Senate Committee
First and third Thursdays of each month
ENMU Support Senate
Meets regularly on the third Wednesday of the month unless otherwise scheduled
1:15 pm - UCC #117
University Budget Committee
Second Wednesday of each month at 1 p.m. in Regents Room
Undergraduate Admissions and Standards Committee
Second Thursday of each month at 3:30 p.m. in COB 163
Monday Memo Deadline - The deadline for submissions to the Monday Memo is noon on the
Thursday prior to the Monday publication. Submissions may be sent via e-mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org. On-line email forms may also be used from the Monday Memo
web address at http://www.enmu.edu/news/monday_memo.html.
Meetings for Student Teacher Applications Set - All ENMU students who plan to student
teach during the Fall 2003 semester must attend a pre-application meeting to receive the required
information concerning application procedures. Three session have been scheduled and student
may choose the session that is most convenient to their schedule. A session is scheduled for 12 –
1 p.m. or 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. on Feb.10 in the Aztec Room, Campus Union Building. Feb.11
session from 6 – 7 p.m. in the Aztec Room, Campus Union Building. During the session students
will complete a pre-application packet indicating intent to student teach during the Fall 2003
semester. ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY! Roswell and Ruidoso student teacher pre-application
meetings will be announced at a later date.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts at Portales High School - Some students at Portales High School
are selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts from now until Feb. 15. They will then be able to pick them
up on Feb. 22 at the Portales High School gym from 9 a.m. to noon. They are $8 for a dozen.
They will be glazed. To order or for any questions, call Brooke Smothermon at home at
359.1877 or cell 749.6228. E-mail email@example.com.
Navajo Taco Sale Set for Jan. 28 - The Office of Native American Affairs will be having a
Navajo Taco sale on Tuesday, Jan. 28 in the Education Building front lobby. The cost of the
meal will be $5 which includes a drink. Try the fry bread for only a $1. They will begin selling
at 11:30 am so come early and get some lunch while it last! All the proceeds will go to putting
together the Native American Week in April. Thank you for your support.
Ground Zero Gets New Face - Had enough yet? We're having a N U F party!
(it's a twist on FUN!) Come see the new face of Ground Zero from 8-10 a.m. on Wednesday,
Feb. 5. We'll be sure and have some delectable sweets and treats! (and you never know---you
might find that you actually LIKE coffee!) See you there!
Celebrate Move to ‘The Alley’ - Come celebrate our Grand Opening! College Success
Program, Multicultural Affairs, and Tutoring are celebrating our move to the Alley. There will
be goodies, music and fun from 1-3 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 5. We're in the basement of the
CUB in the old bowling alley (next to Ground Zero).
AEOP Stuff for Sweeties – AEOP is selling stuff for your sweetie as a Valentine's fundraiser in
February. Items include suckers, gift bags, candy boxes, balloons and stuffed animals. We will
also be selling raffle tickets for a basket which includes all of the above.
Soaps/gift bag $3
Candy box $3
Candy Box w/3 balloons $5
5 balloons w/ stuffed animal $7
5 balloons w/stuffed anima and candy box $10
Raffle tickets $1 per chance
For more information or to place an order, call Bonnie Sink at ext. 4352.
ENMU Bookstore Participating in Ram Band Booster Discount Card – The ENMU
Bookstore is a participating merchant for the Portales High School Ram Band Booster Discount
Card. There are 18 local merchants honoring the card. The card is valid through Dec. 31, 2003,
and can be used repeatedly with most of the participating merchants. If you don't have your card
yet, contact Bobby Brunson (562.4361) at the Bookstore to purchase one. They are $10 each - all
of which goes to support PHS Ram Band.
KBIM-TV Has Opening – KBIM-TV of Roswell is looking for a news reporter who can also
operate a camera and edit stories. Send resume and non-returnable tape to: Kim Stecklein.
KBIM-TV, 214 North Main Street, Roswell, NM 88201.
Freedom from Smoking Offered at ENMU-Roswell - Are you ready to quit smoking?
"Freedom from Smoking" a program devised by the American Lung Association. Funded by the
Department of Health and ENMU-Roswell. Free classes are be offered starting Jan. 27 at 6:30
p.m. at the Roswell Public Library. Also, a class on campus will be held at 4 p.m. in LRC 134
Library. Please sign up by calling 626.7254.
Departments Invited to Showcase Themselves During Science Fair - Attention, Academic
Departments: Every year Eastern hosts the Regional Science Fair. This year's fair is scheduled
for Saturday, March 1. Please consider participating in an open house that will showcase your
department. For instance the Science Department always hosts an open house for the 6th
through 12th graders who bring their science projects to exhibit on that day. We expect about
200 exhibitors, in addition to their parents and teachers, and some siblings. Many students are
coming to a college campus for the first time, so all departments are encouraged to have a
presence on this day. For example, non-science departments could produce a display with a
scientific theme, or help out with the machinations of Fair Day itself. To give you an idea of the
kind of presentation we have in mind, email firstname.lastname@example.org or
email@example.com for more information.
Science Fair Web Page – The web page for the Southeastern New Mexico Regional Science
and Engineering Fair, being hosted by ENMU on March 1, can be found at
http://academic.enmu.edu/mctaggar/www/ScienceFair.html. The site also has a copy of the
judges' reply form for those who would like to judge.
Free Lunch for Science Fair Judges - There is such thing as a free lunch. The Science Fair
will be held on Saturday, March 1. Volunteer judges are the most important ingredient for a
successful fair. Students, faculty and staff are invited to serve as volunteer judges. People who
have judged at the fair in the past say they have enjoyed working with the kids and are glad to
judge again. Judging schedule begins at 8:30 till 11:30, then the free lunch at the cafeteria.
Following lunch, Interviews conclude about 3 p.m. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get
Activities for Science Fair Participants
Eastern New Mexico University Science Department
March 16, 2003
Roosevelt Hall Open House:
Microbiology Research Laboratory - Roosevelt Hall, Room 224.
Dr. Manuel Varela and his students conduct research to find ways to circumvent the problem of
antibiotic resistance associated with infectious diseases. They are also interested in searching for
bacterial mutants that change sugar fermentation properties. Visit the laboratory for a tour. You
are welcome to ask questions.
Miles Mineral Museum - Next to the Natural History Museum. Open 8:00 a.m. till noon.
Minerals, rocks and fossils from New Mexico and around the world are attractively displayed.
Come and see meteorites, gold, diamonds and the new fluorescent mineral display. Look for
minerals from places you've been. See the special display of common items and the minerals
and rocks used to make them.
Natural History Museum - At the main entrance of Roosevelt Hall. Open 8 a.m. till noon.
See live rattlesnakes, fishes, salamanders, frogs, predatory spiders, and other fascinating animals.
Nearly all of the species displayed can be found in New Mexico. Wildlife and Fisheries Biology
students will be available to answer your questions.
Freshwater Biology Laboratory – Roosevelt Hall, Room 210, 9 a.m. till noon.
Observe freshwater organisms, from microcrustaceans to fishes, and learn about their behavior
Lea Hall (near the Post Office and the Bank)
A zooarchaeological collection of animal bones is on display in Lea Hall. Dr. Kathy Roler
Durand will show visitors how archaeologists use such collections of animal bones to determine
what prehistoric people were eating. Archaeologists dig up middens (trash mounds) at ancient
sites and then zooarchaeologists, such as Dr. Durand, identify each bone using a comparative
bone collection of known species.
Physics Department, Science Building, Room 205
Stop in to see the Physics demonstration from 9:00 till noon. Dr. William Andersen will present
topics in mechanics and electromagnetism with demonstrations and some hands-on activities.
This is your opportunity to get personal with angular momentum conservation and electrical
Roosevelt County Museum:
Located in a separate building near the Administration Building, the Roosevelt County Museum
welcomes you. When you enter the museum, it's like traveling back in time. See a 1920s movie
projector from the old Lyric Theatre in Portales and the inaugural ball gown of the governor's
wife in 1950. See remnants of antique technology such as an Edison phonograph and a printing
press from the early 1900s.
Blackwater Draw Museum:
Visit the Blackwater Draw Museum. This archaeological museum tells about the world-famous
discovery of the ancient Clovis People who inhabited this area and hunted the Mammoth here
over 11,000 years ago. Pick up information about this interesting tour opportunity at the
welcome table. The Blackwater Draw Museum is located a short distance away on US 70,
approximately 8 miles northeast of campus. The trip to the museum by auto should take about
10 or 15 minutes. Admission is free for Science Fair participants and their accompanying family
‘I Have a Dream’ Speech Being Played on Video - The Alley Programs (College Success
Program, Multicultural Affairs, and Tutoring) will be running a videotape of Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr.’s " I Have a Dream Speech" all week (Jan. 21-24) continuously to commemorate him.
Research Papers to be Presented - Dr. Manuel Varela, assistant professor of biology, and his
student research group are scheduled to present the following five papers at the upcoming Rio
Grande American Society for Microbiology conference in Albuquerque on Feb. 7-8:
The Raffinose Transporter of Escherichia coli has Distinct Substrate Binding Sites for the
Sugars Raffinose and Lactose. S.A. PEREZ and M.F. VARELA.
Antibiotic Resistance in Clinically Derived Bacterial Isolates from Dogs With Chronic
Otitis Externa. S.A. WALLEY, L.S. JAMES and M.F. VARELA.
Bacterial Tetracycline Resistance Activity in Dairy Farm Water. C.L. GALLEGOS, S.R.
MARINER, S.A. PEREZ, J.M. BURGOS and M.F. VARELA.
Multi-Drug Resistant Bacteria Isolated from Milk. A.M. ARNOLD, E.F. CASTILLO, J.F.
LICATA, J.M. MOSELEY, and M.F. VARELA.
Surveillance of Ampicillin and Tetracycline Resistant Bacterial Isolates in Dairy Milking
Stations. A.M. NUTTALL, M.R. HERNANDEZ, and M.F. VARELA.
Textbooks Available for Review - New Mexico Public School Reading and Language Textbooks are
available for public review at ENMU. Have you ever-wondered how public school textbooks are selected
for use in the school systems? New Mexico follows a six-year cycle in adopting textbooks for each
subject area for use in the public schools. Textbooks placed on the official list are available for local
adoption throughout the six-year period. Teachers, parents, and other community members are invited to
review and comment on the proposed textbooks that have been approved by the State of New Mexico's
Department of Education Instructional Material Bureau. The new Reading and Modern, Classical, and
Native Languages textbooks are currently available for examination at the Instructional Resource Center
(IRC) located at Eastern New Mexico University's Golden Library. The IRC is located on the second
floor of Golden Library and is open on Sunday from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m., Monday through Thursday from
7:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more
information, call Vickie Linthicum at 505.562.2258.
Student Art Show Set - The Art Department at Eastern New Mexico University will hold a
student art exhibition through Feb. 5 in the Runnels Gallery in the Golden Library. Admission is
Defensive Driving Offered - The Defensive Driving Course will be offered on Feb. 3-4 or Feb.
5-6 in the College of Business, Room 109 beginning at 6 p.m. and ending at 9 p.m. All
university employees or students who will be driving, or who expect to be driving, a university
vehicle will need to take the class both days (if they have not taken the course before). All
persons wishing to attend this class must pre-register with the University Police Department at
West 3rd & South Avenue K. The class is offered free to university employees and students. A
charge of $10, to cover the cost of the manual, is required for others who may wish to take the
Dale Hamlett Watercolor Exhibit Set for CCC - A watercolor exhibit, “Painting the West in
This Century,” by Dale Hamlett, ENMU Emeritus Faculty, will be displayed through Jan. 31 in
the Eula Mae Edwards Memorial Museum and Gallery at Clovis Community College, 417
Schepps Blvd. The Gallery is located near the CCC Town Hall on the south side of the campus.
There will be 26 paintings on display.
Two-Year Rotation of Courses On-Line - To assist in planning schedules, a two-year rotation
listing of courses is available at http://www.enmu.edu/academics/courses-
catalogs/rotation/index.shtml or by clicking on "course rotation" on the "courses and catalogs"
Cafeteria Prices for Faculty/Staff – The faculty/staff prices for meals in the Campus
Crossroads (cafeteria) are as follows: Breakfast - $2.99; Lunch - $3.49; Dinner - $4.99.
Webpage Directory Access - With the inauguration of the new website, units will now have
control over the content, maintenance, and development of certain levels of their website.
ENMU faculty or staff may request directory access for the unit that they are charged with
updating. Send emailed requests to Webmaster@enmu.edu with the words “Directory Access
Request” in the subject line. When these requests are received, the Webmaster will contact the
area executive administrator, who must approve all requests for directory access. Once approval
is given, directory access will be set up and the staff member will receive an email confirmation,
with a directory password. At that point, pages in that directory can be changed or added, so
long as the changes comply with the web policies. Informational workshops will be offered
about how to use webpage templates and comply with web policies. If there are any questions
about this process, please contact Webmaster@enmu.edu <mailto:Webmaster@enmu.edu> or
call the Office of Communication Services at 562.2154.
Arsenic and Old Lace Items Needed - Needed for upcoming production of Arsenic and Old
Lace: 40's and early 50's seamed hosen, girdles, slips, wigs, ladies shoes, black and white lace-up
men’s shoes. Costume shop will pick up. Leave a message at 562.2720. Donations are tax
Extended Learning Non-Credit Courses – To register, call 562-2165.
How to Care for Your Computer and Virus Protection - with Mick Hoffman, either Feb. 25
or April 8, 6-8:30 p.m., UCC-107. The fee is $30. Please register by Jan. 20 or April 3,
Tole Painting - a six weeks class for ages 15 years through adult with Janice Lee Wednesdays,
Feb. 26-April 9 (no class March 19, spring break), 6-8 p.m., FCS-99. The fee is $36 with a $5
kit fee payable to the instructor. Materials include water bowl, paper towels and brushes. If you
do not have brushes, please call Jan at 478-2303 before purchasing. Please register by Feb. 21.
Swimming - for 4 years and up with Ben and Jared Zatorski, Lifeguards/Red Cross Certified
Instructors, Natatorium, Mondays-Thursdays, 4-4:50 p.m. The fee is $40 per rotation and
includes a Red Cross certification card. Rotation #1 meets Feb. 17-27, rotation #2 meets March
3-13, rotation #3 meets March 24-April 3 and rotation #4 meets April 7-17. Please register by
the Friday prior to each rotation.
The Busy Gourmet - a one-night, hands-on dinner party with Jan Hauptmann Tuesday, Feb.
18, FCS-98 with the menu including pork loin with raspberry chipotle glaze, stuffed chicken
breast with pecan cornbread, three-cheese scalloped potatoes, sweet potato puree with sherry and
white chocolate bread pudding. The fee is $20 with a lab fee of $7 payable to the instructor.
Paralegal - an intensive 84-hour certificate program with classes held during six consecutive
weeks, Tuesday and Thursday evenings and all day Saturday, COB-136. Five required textbooks
(approximately $200) must be ordered one week prior to the beginning class date of Feb. 18.
The fee is $915. Please register by Feb. 11.
Step by Step Accounting - with Gene Smith Thursdays, Feb. 20 and 27, 6-8 p.m., COB-137.
The fee is $40. Please register by Feb. 17.
Fast Formula - with Creative Memories Consultant, Kyla Gray, your choice Thursday 6:30-8
p.m. on Feb. 20 or Saturday, 2-3:30 p.m. on March 8, SAS-166. The fee is $10 with a kit fee of
$22 payable to the instructor. Please register at least one week prior to the class to
How to Sell Anything Online - offered twice with Tim McGee Tuesday, Jan. 14 or Feb 11, 6-8
p.m., UCC-107. The fee is $20. Please register by Jan 13 or Feb 10, respectively.
Pedagogy in the Student-Centered Constructivist Classroom - for teachers, administrators
and education majors with Tim McGee, Thursday, 6-9 p.m. either Jan. 23 or Feb. 20, UCC-204.
The fee is $30. Please register by Jan. 21 or Feb 17, respectively.
Corner Spots - with Creative Memories Consultant, Kyla Gray, Saturday, Jan. 25, 1-2:30 p.m.
or Monday, Feb. 10, 6:30-8 p.m., SAS-166. The fee is $10 with your choice of kit fee, either
$12 or $20. Please register by Jan. 17 or Feb. 3, respectively.
Ballet/Tap/Pointe - from 3 years through adult with Summer Lasiter beginning the week of
January 27 with recital, May 3. No classes March 17-21, spring break. The fee is $60 except for
Pointe, $90, which must be taken concurrently with 10+ year Ballet and includes both classes.
Leotard, tights and appropriate shoes are required. Material costs include a $5 recital fee per
family and $30-45 costume charges. Please call Extended Learning for specific class times.
Enrollments are limited, so register soon.
Aqua Aerobics - 12 two-day rotations with Kristy Jones, Tuesdays/Thursdays, 6-6:50 p.m.,
Jan. 28- April 24, Natatorium. The fee is $8 per rotation or discounted to $90 prepaid for all 12
rotations. No classes March 18 and 20, spring break. Please register by Monday prior to each
Jazz Dance - Andrea Albrough will offer two age related jazz dance classes, 7-12 years, 5:15-
6:25 p.m., and 13 years-adult, 6:30-7:45 p.m., Wednesdays, Jan. 29-April 30 (no class March 19,
spring break), GA-11. The fee is $60. Leotard, tights and jazz shoes required. Recital May 3
with $5 recital fee and costume fee of approximately $30-$45 per student also required. Please
register by Jan. 27.
Cheer Dance - for ages 14 years and up with Bryan Hahn, Thursdays, 5:05-5:55 p.m., Jan. 30-
May 1, (no class Mar. 20, spring break), GA-11. The fee is $60. Please register by Jan. 27.
Model Rocketry - for 8 years through adult (8-14 years require parent/guardian) with Bill
Moyer, either February 1-22 or April 5-26, 9-11 a.m., COB-123. In each of the four-week
classes, three sessions will consist of lecture and model construction while the fourth session will
be held at the Portales Municipal Airport to launch your model. All supplies are included in a
$20 kit fee payable to the instructor at the first class. Registration is $20 and be sure to enroll
one week prior so that Bill can order your supplies!
Tax Accounting for Small Businesses - with Gene Smith, Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m., Feb. 4 and 11,
COB 137. The fee is $40. Please register by Jan 30.
Speedy Cross Stitch - beginners only will make a potpourri heart in one night with Victoria
Garrett, Cozy Cottage Cross Stitch Shoppe, 119 S. Main St., Tuesday, 6:30-9:30 p.m., Feb. 4.
The fee is $7 with a $5 kit fee, payable to the instructor. Please register by Jan. 30.
Yoga - for 14 years through adult with Lisa Moyer, Tuesdays/Thursdays, 7-7:50 p.m., Feb. 4-
May 1 (no classes Mar. 18 and 20, spring break), GA-11. Please wear non-confining,
comfortable clothes. Mat, strap, block and blanket are optional. The fee is $60, which can be
paid half at registration and half again on March 25. Sorry, no drop-ins. Please register by Jan.
All About Hummingbirds - with Dan True, author of Hummingbirds of North America,
Thursday, Feb. 6, 6:30-8:30 p.m., COB-137. The fee is $15. Please register by Feb. 3.
Saturday Painters' Forum - for ages 10 years through adult (ages 10-15 years require
parent/guardian) with Tim McGee scheduled six Saturdays (Feb. 8, 22, Mar. 8, 29, April 12 and
26), 3-5 p.m., at different sites for $10 per session or pay only $50 for all six! The first class will
meet in COB-137 and requires pencil and/or charcoal and newsprint tablet. Additional class
sites such as Grulla National Wildlife Refuge/Oasis State Park will be determined by each prior
class. Using a medium of your choice--watercolor, acrylic or oil, you will be responsible for
your own supplies; but please contact Tim at 562-2065 prior to any first-time purchasing. Any
transportation or park fees are the student's responsibility. Please contact Extended Learning at
562-2165 for the scheduled site location.
Pickup Bed Utility Trailer – For Sale: Pickup bed utility trailer, call 356.6731 after 5:30 p.m.
Bunk Beds Needed - Looking to buy a set of bunk beds. You can contact Nikki after 5 p.m. at
Duplex for Rent – Newly-remodeled 2-bedroom efficiency duplex with built-in
washer and dryer, ideal for l-2 persons; close to ENMU at l020 A West
3rd; $350/mo. plus Dep./Util. All electric. Call 356.59l6. (1-27)
Computer - Dell Inspiron2500,WinXP Laptop; 900mHz, 128MB Ram, 20GB HD, Floppy&24x
CD, Modem&Network Card, Microsoft Works; Less than year old -- Paid $1250, Asking $850.
Call David @ 562.3116. (1-27)
Electric Range - For Sale: Off-white colored Kenmore electric range with self-cleaning oven
and timer. Excellent condition, asking $125.00. Call 359.1683. (1-27)
Want Fairly New Couch - Fairly new couch to with stand ankle bitters. If you have a couch call
me @ 356.9973. (1-27)
Comforter - Blue's Clues twin size comforter with matching pillow case. Like new! If interested
call Janel @ 356.9973. (1-27)
Home Gym - Gold's Gym Workout Equipment in excellent condition, $450. Dining room table
with four chairs for $150. 1987 Honda Accord LX-i, good condition. Would make excellent
first car or around town car! $1000/obo. Contact Maureen at 359.0162 after 5 p.m. or at
Honda Accord EX 2001 - mint condition. 4-door, 15,000 miles, white, fully loaded with sun
roof. Must sell. Asking 19,000. OBO. Call Mina at 359-4569 after 5 p.m. (1-21)
2000 Dodge Neon - White with dark gray interior, low mileage, excellent condition. Asking
$8000 obo. Moving, must sell. Call 749.2203 for details. (1-21)
Dining Hutch Wanted - Would like to buy a maple dining hutch. Please call 359.0042. (1-21)
Math Textbook - Textbook for Math 107 class. INSTRUCTORS EDITION. Asking $30 OBO.
Call 356.4452 for more information. (1-21)
Fours Seasons Chimney Services - Preventative maintenance is always more cost-effective
than repairs. Let Four Seasons Chimney Service keep your home fires burning safely. Serving
Clovis, Portales, Roswell, Tucumcari and surrounding areas. Call 762.0841 for an appointment