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University Collective

Nov 15th, 2010
University Collective

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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In His Own Words

Nov 15th, 2010
In His Own Words

On a pleasant September afternoon we sat down with Dr. Louis Agnese Jr. to talk with him as he begins his 25th year as president of the University of the Incarnate Word. He is the longest-serving president of any four-year university in Texas, and only 3.2 percent of college presidents have served at least 25 years. We wanted to get his thoughts on his years with the university and his goals for the future. Here’s what he had to say.



Interview With Dr. Agnese: The Videos

Nov 15th, 2010

Watch the three-part interview with UIW’s President.



Student group helps build hope in Africa

Nov 15th, 2010
Student group helps build hope in Africa

By Robert Rodriguez, UIW junior premed biology major During the spring semester of 2009, my freshman year at UIW, I started a nonprofit student organization called STAND. It was created to advocate against the Darfurian genocide that began in 2003. The name is an acronym for “Students Taking Action Now for Darfur,” and we did
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Expanding department grows in harmony

Nov 15th, 2010
Expanding department grows in harmony

By Ashley Festa The music department at Incarnate Word has always hit a sweet note. The compassion and dedication of those who have served the department over the years has contributed to its continuous growth. This growth has filled the Fine Arts building to capacity, a mixed blessing to which help will come soon. Getting
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Set in Stone

Nov 15th, 2010
Set in Stone

Limestone cardinal commemorates Agnese’s 25th anniversary By Rudy Arispe, ’98 BA Most people know that while admiring a work of art at a museum or art show, there’s a general rule to abide: Please don’t touch. Jackson Kennett ’91 BA, however, wants you to break that rule while viewing his 100-pound limestone cardinal on display
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Two former UIW athletes enter Hall of Fame

Nov 15th, 2010
Two former UIW athletes enter Hall of Fame

By Catherine Duncan Soccer player helps others prevent injury Since completing her years at the University of the Incarnate Word as a soccer player and undergraduate student, Christie “CP” Powell has dedicated her life to providing physical therapy and injury prevention training to athletes while continuing to pursue her own education. “I built my physical
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Athletics briefs

Nov 15th, 2010
Athletics briefs

UIW enters Lone Star Conference In July, UIW officially became the 16th member of the NCAA’s Lone Star Conference, a league that has nearly 80 years of history behind it. The Lone Star Conference sponsors championships in 16 sports, eight men’s and eight women’s. Incarnate Word will be the sole member to compete in all
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Class Notes

Nov 15th, 2010
Class Notes

1960s Dolores Noguera Gresham ’64 BA was elected to the Tennessee State Senate in 2008, becoming the first Latina in the State Senate. Before that,
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Weddings and Engagements, Future Alumni

Nov 15th, 2010
Weddings and Engagements, Future Alumni

Weddings and Engagements Alexandra Kate Dilazzaro ’07 BSN and Dustin Kelly Yockey were married May 29. Future Alumni