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Alamo Chapter of the U.S. Play Coalition

Jul 21st, 2011

Dr. Mary Ruth Moore, professor in the Dreeben School of Education, recently co-presented “Remember the Alamo: The Story of the Alamo Chapter of the U.S. Play Coalition” at the Value of Play Conference at Clemson University in Clemson, S.C. Leslie Sprague, the education director of the San Antonio Children’s Museum, and Lacy Morrison, of the
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University Collective

Mar 18th, 2011
University Collective

Dr. Judith Beauford, of the Dreeben School of Education, presented “Number Names Research in Mexico and Bolivia” at the School Science and Mathematics Association Conference in Florida in November. Dr. Mary Ruth Moore and Dr. David Campos, both of the Dreeben School of Education, along with four former students, recently wrote an article titled “Inspiration
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Nov 15th, 2010
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Dr. Lisa Lockhart, associate professor of psychology, presented a poster on “Robust Effects of Motivated Skepticism: Are We All Equally Skeptical?” at the Association for Psychological Science Conference in Boston in May. Dr. Renea Fike, of the Dreeben School of Education (DSE), wrote a $2.4 million grant for Amarillo College that is funded through the
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Jul 15th, 2010
University Collective

Dr. David Foglesong, from the department of biology, presented a poster on his research titled “Activation of DNA topoisomerase I and DNA topoisomerase II in nuclei of interleukin-2-treated HuT 78 cells” at the annual meeting of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in Anaheim, Calif., from April 23-28. The following graduate students were
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University Collective – Spring 2010

Mar 12th, 2010
University Collective – Spring 2010

Dr. Matthias Schubnell, professor of English, presented a paper on the significance of Devils Tower in the work of N. Scott Momaday at the Western Literature Association Conference in Spearfish, S.D., in October. Dr. Robert Ball, associate professor of theatre arts, co-authored the 10th edition of two major theatre books, “The Essential Theatre” and “Plays
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University Collective – Fall 2009

Nov 20th, 2009
University Collective – Fall 2009

Dr. John Tovar, assistant professor in the Feik School of Pharmacy, made presentations titled “COPD: Important Considerations for Pharmacists” and “Immunizations: More Than Just Flu Vaccines” at the 2009 annual summer meeting of the Colorado Pharmacists Society in June. His poster “Use of Antibiotics Without a Prescription in a Flea Market Population” was accepted at
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Assistant professor has great aim

Nov 20th, 2009
Assistant professor has great aim

By Ashley Festa Dr. Paul Messina, assistant professor of mathematics, became interested in the sport of shooting while in high school and enjoyed it so much that he continued practicing through his first year in college. Then he took a 25-year hiatus. When he picked up a rifle again, he began setting records right and
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Students learn how coffee farm supports school system

Nov 20th, 2009
Students learn how coffee farm supports school system

Five faculty members and 10 graduate students recently completed a social justice and fact-finding program in Guatemala, led by Dr. Pat LeMay Burr, professor and director of the Center for International Peace Studies in the H-E-B School of Business and Administration. They studied micro-enterprise, coffee production, nongovernmental program development and neighborhood health and education issues.
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