In the News-August 5, 2015

This is a selection of newspapers, stations and publications that contained online news articles about the university. Some of these listings require a subscription to view the full story.


ACADEMICS

The Alice Echo-News Journal featured the university’s summer commencement announcement. Read more…

Incoming Honors College student Noe Martinez Jr. achieved the rank of Eagle Scout and was featured in the Valley Morning Star. Read more…

Public Radio Tulsa featured an interview with Dr. Jim Norwine, Professor Emeritus of Geography, about climate change and culture shift. Read and hear more…

Dr. Mike Tewes was interviewed for a NASA student intern project utilizing GIS to help protect the endangered ocelot. He was featured in this student-made video, for the online IEEE publication Earthzine. Read more…

Texas A&M-Kingsville’s participation in StormCon was featured in a PR Newswire release that appeared in a number of publications. Read more…

The McAllen Monitor featured the ROTC at Texas A&M University-Kingsville Cadet of the Year. Read more…

The Frank H. Dotterweich College of Engineering YES summer camp was featured in a story from KIII-TV. Read more…

KIII-TV also featured some special engineering projects happening outside the classroom. Read more…

The Texas International Fishing Tournament (TIFT) and TIFT Endowment Fund Boards of Directors awarded scholarships to high school students, including Kaufer High School senior Hunter Douglas, who plans to attend Texas A&M-Kingsville. The Coastal Current had the story. Read more…


ATHLETICS

Javelina pitcher Weston Silverberg was named a College Baseball All-American by Jewish Sports Review. The Corpus Christi Caller-Times had the story. Read more…

So did KRIS-TV. Read more…

Two new student-assistant volleyball coaches were covered in the Corpus Christi Caller-Times. Read more…

Alumnus and former football coach Juan Castillo was inducted into the Lone Star Conference Hall of Honor. KRIS-TV had the story. Read more…