In the News-May 22, 2015

This is a list of websites that contained news articles about the university.

ACADEMICS 

The spring 2015 prospective graduate list was posted in the online version of the Corpus Christi Caller-Times. Read more…

And the Alice Echo-News Journal. Read more…

Ludacris will perform at the university Sept. 24. The Kingsville Record had the story. Read more…

The latest exhibit at the Ben Bailey Art Gallery, featuring the work of Liliana Wilson, was in The Kingsville Record. Read more…

Victoria Packard earned a Peer Reviewer award. The Kingsville Record had the story.  Read more…

The Fredericksburg Standard noted a local performance featuring associate professor James Warth. Read more…

Members of the Texas A&M-Kingsville Leos Club were recognized at a banquet hosted by the Kingsville Noon Lions Club. The Kingsville Record had the story. Read more…

The Corpus Christi Caller-Times gave a behind the scenes look at the original university radio series Expanding Horizons, featuring the students, faculty and staff that make it possible. Read more…

The Gilmer Mirror featured alumnus Jason Hardin of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, who will be giving the presentation “Texas Turkey Talk” in Tyler next week. Read more…

   

ATHLETICS

Jeron Robinson set a Division II high jump record at the LSC Outdoor Championships. KRIS-TV had the story. Read more…

So did the Corpus Christi Caller-Times. Read more…

The Seguin Gazette reported on Valerie Vrana setting a Javelina shot put record. Read more…

Javelina men’s track and field was ranked fifth in the nation, in the latest Division II rankings. The ranking was posted in the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches’ Association website. Read more…

In more track and field news, thirteen track and field athletes received All-Lone Star Conference honors. The Corpus Christi Caller-Times had the story. Read more…        

Javelina baseball player Weston Silverberg was recognized by The Katy Rancher for his accomplishments from the pitcher’s mound. Read more…

The Nueces County Record Star reported on football summer camps at Texas A&M-Kingsville. Read more…