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Green home teaches students lessons in engineering, management

Jul 21st, 2011
Green home teaches students lessons in engineering, management

By Robert Crowe   A modern home taking shape in a small plot of land in the middle of a UIW parking lot is launching the careers of engineering management graduates. It’s also earning the campus recognition for environmentally friendly design. The project, known as the House of CARDS (Cardinals Achieve Renewable Design with Solar), evolved
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President’s message

Jul 21st, 2011
President’s message

Dear Friends: In celebrating my 25 years as UIW president over the past 12 months, I’ve often been reminded of just how blessed I am to be a member of this special community. One of these times occurred during my re-inauguration at the Chapel of the Incarnate Word on March 25, Incarnate Word Day, which
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Gokelman earns Moody Professorship

Jul 21st, 2011

Bill Gokelman, professor of music, was named the 2011-12 Moody Professor. Faculty members annually elect the Moody Professor, the highest faculty honor the university bestows. It reflects the level of scholarship, teaching excellence and community service achieved by the recipient. “It was a big surprise and very humbling,” Gokelman said. “I’m so grateful for the
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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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8 things every Cardinal should do before graduation

Jul 21st, 2011
8 things every Cardinal should do before graduation

By Arianna Ingle ’11 and Cameron Tufino ’12 Memories of your college experience can quickly become a blur of classes, socializing, studying, part-time jobs and sleeping. The memories that stay with you for years to come are the college adventures that become treasured traditions. After four years at UIW, the list of things we couldn’t
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UIW celebrates president’s silver jubilee

Jul 21st, 2011
UIW celebrates president’s silver jubilee

On March 25, Dr. Louis Agnese Jr. marked the 25th anniversary of his inauguration as president of Incarnate Word. The Most Reverend Oscar Cantú, S.T.L., the auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of San Antonio, celebrated Mass for Incarnate Word Day and the re-inauguration ceremony. Surrounded by family and friends, Agnese was presented with resolutions from
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Legacy Tree Unveiling

Jul 21st, 2011
Legacy Tree Unveiling

Dr. Denise Doyle (left), provost, and Sr. Kathleen Coughlin, CCVI, vice president for Institutional Advancement, unveiled the fourth and last Legacy Tree in April. The four Legacy Trees honor those who have made a difference in the lives of others and who have been recognized with a gift made to the Faculty Endowment. The Legacy
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Double Play: Twin student-athletes pack twice the punch

Jul 21st, 2011
Double Play: Twin student-athletes pack twice the punch

By Ashley Festa No need to get your eyes checked; you’re not seeing double. UIW really does have five sets of twins competing in five sports: track and field, softball, football, and women’s soccer and basketball. These student-athletes represent a wide range of ages, interests and talents. Despite their busy schedules, we were able to
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Meet the Board

Jul 21st, 2011
Meet the Board

In this issue, meet Board of Trustees member Carmen Nava By Crystal Campos ’07 BA After 12 years of Catholic school, it’s no surprise that Carmen Nava would be interested in serving a Catholic institution as an adult. Nava, born fifth of seven children and raised in Los Angeles, Calif., said the UIW Mission challenges
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Moment for Reflection

Jul 21st, 2011
Moment for Reflection

By Julian Gonzalez ’04 BA Eloquent and beautifully written, the Incarnate Word Mission statement conveys the five core values that resonate with students and alumni. It has been seven years since I followed the bagpipers across campus on a steamy May morning. It represented the culmination of four years filled with sweat, tears and smiles.
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