- Associated Press - Friday, October 10, 2014

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - The National Hispanic Cultural Center and New Mexico Highlands University have signed an agreement to strengthen research ties.

The five-year agreement reached Friday calls for the two institutes to share resources and develop courses focusing on Hispanic culture.

Under the agreement, the Las Vegas university will create a plan to encourage its professors to use the Albuquerque center’s genealogy program and the center will bring some of its exhibits to the college.

The school also will seek to hold national professional conferences at the center.

Highlands will allow the center to use its laptops in its classrooms.



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