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Yash P. Gupta as the new dean of the Robert C. Vackar College of Business and Entrepreneurship. Although sustainability is making a slow but steady trickle into the minds of younger generations, the fact remains that sustainable concepts are steadily entering the mainstream, which includes sustainability-based learning.
Gilman International Scholarships that will take them to diverse parts of the world for their Study Abroad courses this summer. But winning three national awards in one school year is quite the achievement. Cristina V. Hundreds of people gathered to celebrate and remember Torres, honored posthumously by the university with the naming of its observatory in her memory. But not Dr. Lino Garcia Jr. Then they raced to collect plastic eggs that yielded small prizes or a treat — with colored tickets deating the prize.
John H. It was summerright before UTRGV opened its doors, and Din was finding it difficult to find out about events or social gatherings. Daniel Hunter-Holly was still in his office helping students. Elizabeth A. His grandmother, Ernestina Notargiacomo, started the ball rolling.
University faculty and students were on hand to guide visitors through a of stations set up by the university to teach and entertain. Here, UTRGV geosciences major Brandi Reger works with areren to help identify items in their own rock collections, or to use hers, to try out the X-ray Fluorescence spectrometer, a research tool that determines the elements of a rock sample. But The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley's College of Engineering and Computer Science is striving to shift that demographic and break stigmas by inspiring young women to become engineers.
An initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest, the NEA Big Read broadens our understanding of the world, our communities and ourselves through the joy of sharing a good book. Alex Racelis. Chad Richardson has republished a popular book, co-authored with Michael J. Sweet or savory? Salt or cinnamon? Dessert or main course?
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Instead of traditional fairy tales filled with castles and magic, the stories were filled with lechuzas, la llorona and plenty of cucuys. Definitely not an everyday sight in the Rio Grande Valley. UTRGV campuses in the Upper Valley saw some minor ice, but Vaqueros on the Brownsville Campus were greeted by icicles from a strong winter freeze that pushed through Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. UTRGV students volunteered at a wide variety of community locations to lend a helping hand. But while the season has ended, the need hasn't. The work accomplished in the past 12 months literally stretched from a discovery in the cosmos to the identification of a new species of snail in our own backyard.
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Nelda C. Martinez, RN, Ph. Thousands of middle and high school students, educators and parents will visit UTRGV campuses for presentations by world-renowned speakers and interactive educational exhibits, and to take part in dynamic robotics competitions and more. Ravindranath Duggirala, Ph. Jairam K. Vanamala, Ph. Lydia Aguilera's office are greeted by a wall full of framed educational accomplishments, recognitions of her achievements and thankful notes from her pharmacy students at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Monday, Sept. The event is part of Best Week Ever festivities, which kicked off the Fall semester and celebrate the university's second anniversary.
Alyssa Guadalupe Cavazos, assistant professor of writing and language studies, was 10 years old when she migrated to the United States from a small town in rural Nuevo Leon, Mexico. She struggled through her early years in the American education system because of the language barrier, but it was that very challenge that helped her find her true passion — teaching. Amy Weimer to combine all her passions and fulfill her life goal of having an impact on the world in a positive way. Zeeshan Afzal wants fellow physicians in the Rio Grande Valley to keep an eye out for murine typhus when treating patients with acute fever.
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Congressman Eligio de la Garza was a legend on Capitol Hill over the course of his protracted political career. The conversation turned out to be propitious. William F. Strong's storytelling venue is the radio — and more recently, the podcast. Census' newest campaign, called The Road to Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera and Texas-based author and publisher Bryce Milligan stressed the importance literature has in promoting social justice and encouraged students to use their literary voices to uplift their communities and speak out against injustice.
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