People

  • Albert Migliori  received his B. S. in physics in 1968 from Carnegie Mellon University, his M. S. and Ph.D. in physics from the University of Illinois in 1970 and 1973. He is co-discoverer of acoustic heat engines, Chair of the Science Advisory...

  • Bob is President and CEO of Respira Therapeutics, Inc. an Albuquerque-based specialty pharmaceutical startup company.  He has an extensive background and network in the medical technology field from his 40+ year career as a technologist, senior...

  • Diane is an arts activist, arts educator, arts connector and devoted supporter of the creative process in all realms of society. She has a Ph.D. in Art History and after teaching 20th-century art history at Temple University she became the...

  • John F. Andrews is a Carlsbad native and a member of the New Mexico Humanities Council. He has taught at several universities, among them Florida State and Georgetown, and he spent ten years (1974-84) as Director of Academic Programs at the...

  • I have been researching and writing about northern New Mexico for almost all of my adult life.  A retired professor, I chaired the American Studies Department at the University of Massachusetts Boston for 26 years, before retiring in 2009 and...

  • Mi’Jan Celie Tho-Biaz, Ed.D. works in the fields of arts education,  community based media production and oral history collection, while serving as the Executive Director of Youth Media Project in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Mi’Jan Celie has over 15...

  • Ned Jacobs has devoted most of his professional career to causes. He founded a private school for children with learning disabilities in 1972 in Los Angeles and served as it's Executive Director until 1992.  He then worked for Kaplan...

  • ·      Current. Senior Scholar and Advisor to the President of Kaplan University.

    ·      2013-2015, President of the Open College at Kaplan University

    ·      2007 -2013. Senior Vice President of Kaplan Higher Education. In this...

  • Philip S. Cook moved to Santa Fe from Washington, D.C., in 1990 after more than 30 years as a journalist and magazine editor and occasional stints of government service. He graduated from Williams College in 1951 and served as a psychological...