Computing Propels Graduate to IT Career

Computing Propels Graduate to IT Career

By Edmond Ortiz  Markos Rodriguez, a Texas A&M University-San Antonio class of 2023 graduate, has transformed his computer hobby into a successful career in the world of information technology with a degree from Texas A&M University-San Antonio in Computer Information Systems (CIS) . With a passion for computing and a knack for problem-solving, Rodriguez has navigated his […]

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Repurposing Shakespeare

Repurposing Shakespeare

Professors Aim to Change the Way the Bard is Taught by Highlighting Border Artforms By Sam Boykin What started as an interdisciplinary collaboration between college professors about culture, literature and education has evolved into a dynamic new publication called The Bard in the Borderlands: An Anthology of Shakespeare Appropriations en La Frontera.  The first of […]

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Bridging the Gap Between Education and Culture Through Art

Bridging the Gap Between Education and Culture Through Art

Neil Armstrong Elementary provides families opportunities for creative bonding with their children.  By Mariah Gonzalez  In November 2020, A&M-SA professors Dr. Karen Burgard, Dr. Elisabeth Krimbill, Dr. Katherine Espinoza, Dr. Kimberly Stephenson, Dr. Karen Kohler, Dr. Melissa Jozwiak and Justin Korver were awarded the CULTIVAR grant, a $3.35 million grant from the U.S. Department of […]

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A Heart for Justice

A Heart for Justice

Graduate aims to change lives and make a difference by protecting the innocent By Brance D. Arnold Praise Onabanjo holds a lifelong dream to become a criminal defense attorney and stand up for the rights of the innocent. Though born in Minnesota, Onabanjo’s family hails from Nigeria and moved back to the country when she […]

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