Navajo Technical University will be working with the Crownpoint Chapter and National Parks Services in hosting focus groups for the development of walking trails in Crownpoint the week of October 21st. We will specifically look to collect feedback of the youth and college students, elders and care takers, and healthcare professionals who utilize the current trails.
Each focus group should last one hour and a smoked brisket dinner will be provided. We only have space for 9 participants in each focus group so please RSVP to Daniel Vandever at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to participate. Please share this information with anyone you feel would provide good insight into trail development in Crownpoint.
For more information, contact me at any time via email or send me a text or voicemail at 505-488-8444.
NTU is pleased to announce that the Institution Actions Council of the Higher Learning Commission approved a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science on September 9, 2019. The new degree will be offered on Navajo Technical University's Crownpoint campus this upcoming spring semester.
The new degree program is designed to provide technical and applied instruction in the biological, physical, technical, and economic aspects of livestock production. The degree includes application of basic principles of selection, animal breeding, animal nutrition, reproduction, feeding and management of livestock for the production of meat, milk, and wool.
Congratulations to everyone who was instrumental in getting this degree approved! For more information contact Dr. Germaine Daye at email@example.com.