Alumni of programs in the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS) go on to do amazing things. From working on Broadway to curating a solo exhibition to creating a safe and welcoming culture for future students, these CHASS alumni have found success doing what they love.

Driven by Design: UIW Alumnus Arnulfo Maldonado Finds Success on Stage

For alumnus Arnulfo Maldonado, Theatre was never about one thing – he loved every aspect of the art form. From acting to set design to costuming, Maldonado had his hands in just about every element of stage production as he could – more so when he was accepted into UIW as a theatre arts and English double major in 1998. He credits the comprehensive education he received at UIW for the work he is currently doing as a full-time freelance set and costume designer in New York City.

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Now and Then: Generations of Incarnate Word Women

Music alumna Mariana Barron Esper wanted to study international affairs and continue to develop as a musician at the same time. Little did she know that she would be following in her family’s footsteps.

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Sarah Benson: An Artistic Journey Far Away and Back Again

As an arts curator since 1982, Roberto José González prides himself in recognizing the quality and skill of visual artists when assembling new exhibitions. His intuition was elevated the first time he saw the work of San Antonio-based artist and UIW alumna Sarah Benson.

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An Open Door Ministry

Bishop Trevor Alexander has worked with UIW for 21 years, having graduated from then-Incarnate Word College and ultimately sending his children through the University. Yet, his positivity and devotion to its Mission and purpose have not wavered.

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