Drives Vision: 15 years with President Louis J. Agnese, Jr.
by Vincent Rodriguez
In Favor Say Aye
by Rebecca Minjarez
New academic agreements bring more together than top administrators
for a nice lunch they generate opportunities for students
and the local workforce of San Antonio. Over this past spring semester,
two agreement-signing ceremonies were held at the University of
the Incarnate Word. One marked the development of a new undergraduate
program, and the other opened another door to students who want
to study and travel abroad.
Technology is the buzzword these days - from the internet to innovations
for the home and office - the rate of change has been breathtaking.
UIW has recently implemented three new programs to better prepare
students to join the workforces of the future: Computer Graphic
Arts, Computer Science, and Engineering.
Board Helps UIW Reach Goals
by Laura Shaw
"Helping Incarnate Word raise scholarship funds is a way to
give back to my alma mater and to invest in the future of today's
students," says Tom Jackson, UIW alumnus and current chairman
of the University's Development Board. A member of the board since
1994, Jackson is a retired U.S. Army colonel who volunteers for
a variety of community organizations, but counts his work with the
university as his most rewarding.
UIW Recruits Top Guns To Serve As New Trustees
In the academic year of 2000-2001, UIW graduated over 800 promising
young students. Alongside the millenium graduates, alumni, community
members and administrators were also honored for their achievements.