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Board member honored with philanthropy award

Nov 15th, 2010
Board member honored with philanthropy award

The University of the Incarnate Word congratulates J. Scott Beckendorf, past UIW Development Board Chairman and a member of the university’s Board of Trustees, on his selection as Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser by the San Antonio Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Each year the organization honors donors, volunteers and professionals whose gifts of time,
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2010 Seton Award Honorees

Nov 15th, 2010
2010 Seton Award Honorees

Gayle and Tom Benson, 2010 Seton Award Honorees Nominated by the University of the Incarnate Word The University of the Incarnate Word nominated university benefactors Gayle and Tom Benson for the National Catholic Educational Association Seton Award. The NCEA is a national association of educators and institutions throughout the United States representing 7.6 million students.
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UIW named in list of top Hispanic-serving institutions

Jul 15th, 2010

The University of the Incarnate Word is proud to announce it’s listing in the “Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education” magazine as one of the top 100 universities serving Hispanics in the United States. Each year “Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education” publishes its list of the top 100 four-year colleges and universities in the U.S. conferring
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Presidential Teaching Award winner inspires students to think critically

Jul 15th, 2010
Presidential Teaching Award winner inspires students to think critically

By Ashley Festa      Dr. Paul Lewis, associate professor of philosophy, was awarded the 2010 Presidential Teaching Award. The aim of the Presidential Teaching Award is to reward a full-time faculty member who exemplifies excellence in teaching that leads to student engagement. Lewis received a $5,000 stipend as recipient of the award.      “I try
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Campos named new Moody Professor

Jul 15th, 2010
Campos named new Moody Professor

By Ashley Festa      The title of Moody Professor for 2010-11 was awarded to Dr. David Campos, associate professor in the Dreeben School of Education. Faculty members annually elect the Moody Professorship, the highest faculty honor the university bestows. It reflects the level of scholarship, teaching excellence and community service achieved by the recipient.     
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