A&M-San Antonio Celebrates National Student-Athlete Day

A&M-San Antonio Celebrates National Student-Athlete Day

Texas A&M University–San Antonio (A&M-San Antonio) athletics is on the move! The Athletics Department held its second annual National Student-Athlete Day on April 6. The event brought the A&M-San Antonio community together to recognize and celebrate Jaguar student-athletes. “Today recognizes student-athletes’ success of navigating the work in the classroom and at the same time successfully […]

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University caps Hispanic Heritage Month with book reading, presentations

University caps Hispanic Heritage Month with book reading, presentations

Full schedule of month-long celebrations reflect the achievements and contributions of Hispanic American champions who inspire others. As a proud Hispanic-Serving Institution, Texas A&M University-San Antonio kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month on Sept. 15, 2021, by commemorating the opening of “Nuestra Gente: A Tribute to Hispanic Innovators and Dreamers.” The photographic exhibit by local artist […]

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University celebrates Hispanic Heritage

University celebrates Hispanic Heritage

A&M-San Antonio pays tribute to local artist in kick-off of monthlong celebrations. As a proud Hispanic-Serving Institution, the University kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month by commemorating the opening of “Nuestra Gente: A Tribute to Hispanic Innovators and Dreamers.” The photographic exhibit by local artist and creator Bernadette Peña is now a permanent part of the […]

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Patient care in a digital age

Patient care in a digital age

College of Education and Human Development Dean Dr. Carl Sheperis identifies the virtues and challenges of telehealth. Many are familiar with the term blended learning – a combination of in-class and online educational instruction that has gained new relevance and necessity during a global health pandemic. But, what about blended care in which virtual doctor-patient […]

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Valuing inclusion and community

Valuing inclusion and community

Professor of History Dr. Philis M. Barragán Goetz was recently named a Mellon Emerging Faculty Leader. It’s been a banner year for Texas A&M University-San Antonio Professor of History Dr. Philis M. Barragán Goetz. Not only was she named a 2021 Mellon Emerging Faculty Leader (MEFL) by the Institute for Citizens & Scholars. She also […]

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