Western New Mexico University works to ensure the health and safety of its community and is monitoring the global public health concern related to the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19 while also ensuring those pursuing degrees may continue working toward their goals safely.
WNMU Writer in Residence JJ Amaworo Wilson and professor emeritus Sharman Apt Russell both have writing published in “First & Wildest,” which celebrates the 100-year anniversary of the Gila wilderness, which is a stone’s throw from campus.
Best Master’s Degree Programs
Western New Mexico University was ranked #8 for the Best Master’s Degree in New Mexico by University HQ. The ranking touts the affordability of WNMU and also the university’s ability to support students toward improved career prospects.
Nurse Educator of the Year
WNMU School of Nursing Clinical Instructor Mary McBrayer, RN, BSN, MAIS, won the 2022 New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium Nurse Educator Endowment Award to honor the late Nancy Morton. This award recognizes her dedication to ensuring the continuation of clinical lab skills courses for WNMU nursing students.
Spring 2022 edition of Twisted Vine Literary Journal debuted this week. The student-run journal curated by the WNMU graduate writing program is committed to publishing both emerging and established literary … Continued