ENMU News March 18, 2008

Employee, Student, Alumni Briefs
Mary Ayala, dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, has been named to the board of directors for the Consortium for North American Higher Education Collaboration.

Juchao Yan delivered an oral presentation at the 2008 Annual Meeting of the Institute of Biological Engineering on March 6-9 in Chapel Hill, N.C.

Etienne Musonera, assistant professor of marketing in the College of Business, participated and gave three presentations at the 35th annual meeting conference of the Federation of Business Disciplines held in Houston March 4-8.

The following papers have been published in the Academy of International Business Southwest (AIBSW) conference proceedings:
l Musonera, Etienne, “Entrepreneurship and Poverty Reduction: A Comparative Advantage Study for Sericulture Production,” Southwest Review of International Business Research, Vol. 19. No.1, March 2008, p. 94-98
l Musonera, E., Safari, V., “Challenges and Opportunities of Establishing Stock Exchange in Rwanda,” Southwest Review of International Business Research, Vol. 19. No.1, March 2008, p. 68-73
l Musonera, E., Ndagijimana, U., “International Pricing Strategy: A Review,” Southwest Review of International Business Research, Vol. 19. No.1, March 2008, p. 134-138.

Photos of ENMU students Shannon Saltclah and Antwhan Yazzie will be featured in an electronic newsletter from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s HIV/AIDS Division from March 19-21. The article promotes awareness of the impact of HIV/AIDS on American Indians, Alaska natives and native Hawaiians. The link is at
http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/.

Smithsonian Singers perform Thursday
As part of the Smithsonian Exhibit “Key Ingredients: America by Food,” Bach’s Coffee Cantata, will be performed by Jeanie Ornellas, Roberto Mancusi, Kayla Paulk and Jason Paulk. Following that presentation there will be a performance by the Swanee Singers singing food-releated songs.

The event is at 7 p.m. on Thursday in ENMU’s Administration Building . The public is invited free of charge.