The Word Magazine: Fall 2023

Fall 2023

We are excited to share The Word magazine's Fall 2023 edition. This edition highlights the incredible work accomplished by faculty members, students, and alumni at the University of the Incarnate Word. Our focus for this magazine is Living the Word.

In this issue, read how UIW alumna and board member, Christie Cody, BBA ’82, honors her father with a legacy scholarship gift. Learn about a new mentoring program taking FLIGHT on Broadway campus, enjoy a powerful reflection of a mission trip to San Cristóbal, Guanajuato, Mexico, and explore the determination and commitment of entrepreneur and alumna Vanessa Jupe, BA ’02.

Read the Fall 2023 Issue (PDF)

Digital Stories

Vanessa Jupe

Building a Support System for Moms to Succeed

Alumna Vanessa Jupe created her company Leva to educate and empower mothers and parents supporting success in all aspects of their lives.

Young Women's Global Connection Meeting

Empowering Young Women Globally: UIW Alumnae Mentoring High School Students

Learn how UIW alumnae are mentoring girls in grades 9 - 12 emphasizing leadership development skills, social justice issues, global citizenship, and cross-cultural awareness.

MIchelle Casares Vasquez

Reflections of a Study

Read a reflection by Michelle Casares Vasquez, a doctoral student in the Dreeben School of Education, as she travels abroad to Mexico with a group of 15 undergraduate and graduate students to participate in the Centro Fox Program.

Student playing soccer

UIW Celebrates Women Athletes

UIW is proud to be the home of many competitive and determined athletes. Each is dedicated to their chosen sport as they continuously work to grow and develop their athletic skills.

faculty and staff mentors

Reaching New Heights: A New Mentoring Program Takes FLIGHT

FLIGHT, an acronym for Financial Literacy, Integrated Guidance, and health career tracts, supports the President’s strategic initiative to establish a mentor program to help guide students on their path to graduation.

Javier Clavere

Institutional Charism

At the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (CHASS), we are honored to house our Mission, identity, and charism, compelling us to continue striving to model by example the incarnational word, incarnational love, and incarnational peace, enacted so humbly and brilliantly by the congregation.