Dr. Stephanie Black Featured in MoneyGeek Articles

Dr. Stephanie Black Featured in MoneyGeek Articles

Dr. Stephanie Black, Associate Professor, Department of Management and Marketing, was recently featured in two MoneyGeek.com articles as a subject-matter expert. Click the links below to read the articles: https://www.moneygeek.com/credit-cards/rewards/#expert=stephanie-black-phd https://www.moneygeek.com/credit-cards/low-interest/#expert=stephanie-black-phd

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Professors provide their sustainability insights

Professors provide their sustainability insights

Faculty members from across A&M-San Antonio (including Dr. Bryan Bayles, pictured above) reflect on what sustainability means to them within the context of their academic disciplines. Today sustainability encompasses a broad scope of interests and activities, including clean energy, biodiversity, environmental and social justice, DEI, and mental and physical well-being, among other priorities. A&M-SA Today […]

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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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Faculty grant will engage more students in biology research

Faculty grant will engage more students in biology research

Engaging students in science taking place within their own community and boosting the STEM workforce are longer-term goals for this incubator project. Two Department of Life Sciences faculty members at Texas A&M University-San Antonio plan to use their $75,000 National Science Foundation incubator grant to engage more undergraduate students in biology research activities occurring in […]

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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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The tragic cost of prejudice

The tragic cost of prejudice

Regents Professor of History Dr. Edward Westermann explores the use of alcohol and music to encourage mass murder during the Holocaust. History can take you to some dark places. No one knows that better than Dr. Edward B. Westermann, Regents Professor of History at Texas A&M University-San Antonio. His latest book, Drunk on Genocide: Alcohol and Mass […]

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