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A Musical Memory: Ingrid Seddon honored through UIW’s music program

Mar 11th, 2014
A Musical Memory: Ingrid Seddon honored through UIW’s music program

By Alex Castaneda ’83 BA Robert and Ingrid Seddon’s first contact with the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) was in December 2011 when they came to campus for the graduation of their granddaughter, Amanda Seddon. Amanda graduated with a Master of Arts in Administration with a concentration in organizational development. Ingrid spoke with an
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Healing generations through scholarship

Nov 18th, 2013
Healing generations through scholarship

  By Brance Arnold ’10 MA “Sigue luchando y no te dejes vencer,” which translates to “keep on fighting and don’t ever give up,” is the mantra Lea Lopez-Fagin ’96 MSN carried close to her heart as she made the lifelong journey from living deep in the jungles of Peru to achieving the American dream
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Lifelong friendship impacts future generations

Jul 15th, 2013
Lifelong friendship impacts future generations

  Mary Helen “Pinkie” Devine Pinner, ’46 BA, developed many lifelong friendships during her years at UIW. Sr. Mary Helene Probst, CCVI, was among those very special friendships. Probst was director of speech and dramatics from 1940 to 1955, and was one of Pinner’s favorite professors. Years later Pinner and her husband, Bill, established The
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Larger than Life

Mar 14th, 2013
Larger than Life

In April 2012, the university lost one of its dear nursing alumni… Capt. Margaret Cathlene Donoghue NC, USN, ’54 BSN. Anyone who knew “Maggie” would tell you she was larger than life. Donoghue stood six feet tall and projected herself in a way that demanded attention. Her commanding presence was integral to who she was
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Generations of Giving

Mar 18th, 2011
Generations of Giving

By Dick McCracken When my mother, Betty Huth, was a student at Incarnate Word College in 1922, Incarnate Word had everything a fine arts student could ever want,” said Betty Stieren Kelso, UIW Board of Trustees member. “Mother was a music student.” In 2011, it would be quite a trick to assemble the large number
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Profiles in Generosity

Mar 18th, 2011
Profiles in Generosity

A legacy honoring special professors Gayle Biehunko Sette graduated summa cum laude from Incarnate Word College in 1973 with a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics. She went on to earn a master’s in computing science from Texas A&M University. After a successful career, she recently retired after 30 years with IBM. A native of Shiner,
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