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University Collective

Jul 21st, 2011
University Collective

Dr. Caroline Goulet, professor of physical therapy, delivered the keynote address at the 2011 Physical Therapy Education Faculty Summit in El Paso, Texas, on March 25. The title of her presentation was “Acculturation and Social Responsibility in Physical Therapy Education.” Dr. Brian A. Kinnaird, associate professor of criminal justice, has published two articles in Sheriff
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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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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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University Collective

Mar 18th, 2011
University Collective

Dr. Judith Beauford, of the Dreeben School of Education, presented “Number Names Research in Mexico and Bolivia” at the School Science and Mathematics Association Conference in Florida in November. Dr. Mary Ruth Moore and Dr. David Campos, both of the Dreeben School of Education, along with four former students, recently wrote an article titled “Inspiration
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GRACE added to curriculum

Mar 18th, 2011
GRACE added to curriculum

New program gives pharmacy students real-world experience By Ashley Festa On staff for slightly more than a year and a half, Cynthia Villarreal, Pharm.D., is already making big changes for students at the Feik School of Pharmacy (FSOP). As coordinator of Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE) at the FSOP, Villarreal researches and implements new programs
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UIW launches San Antonio’s only iPad pilot program

Nov 15th, 2010
UIW launches San Antonio’s only iPad pilot program

By Pat LeMay Burr, distinguished chair and professor of international business When I wrote a white paper for Dr. Louis Agnese outlining how the H-E-B School of Business might initiate an iPad Pilot Program for Fall 2010, I had already begun to outline a process to implement the program in my MBA International Business class.
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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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University Collective

Jul 15th, 2010
University Collective

Dr. David Foglesong, from the department of biology, presented a poster on his research titled “Activation of DNA topoisomerase I and DNA topoisomerase II in nuclei of interleukin-2-treated HuT 78 cells” at the annual meeting of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in Anaheim, Calif., from April 23-28. The following graduate students were
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Beyond theory, into practice

Jul 15th, 2010
Beyond theory, into practice

Abstract concepts become real-life projects for MBA students By Sherrie Voss Matthews At first glance, the evening class in Room 109 of the Gorman Building appears to be perfectly normal. About 20 students intently watch a video about accounting principles. Some take notes on computers; others jot down key points in notebooks. The classmates are
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