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March 2016

            Dr. Mohan Rao knows about the financial and cultural challenges faced by students who leave their home country to get an education in the United States. He dealt with those same challenges as a student from India studying in the U.S., earning degrees in the fields of engineering and business.              Rao went on to...Read more  

Two members of the Dick and Mary Lewis Kleberg College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Human Sciences at Texas A&M University-Kingsville have received prestigious awards from the Society of Range Management at their state meeting held recently in Corpus Christi. Dr. G. Allen Rasmussen, dean of the college, was recipient of the Fellow Award. He received his award for the significant contributions he made to the Society for Range Management.  Dr. Rasmussen ...Read more  

The Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society at Texas A&M University-Kingsville have done it again! For the 12th time in 15 years, they have brought the State Student Chapter of the Year award home to Kingsville.  Students from Texas A&M-Kingsville were present to receive their award at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society, held recently in San Antonio. Faculty and students also won individual awards.  Dr. Fred Bryant, professor and...Read more  

For the second consecutive year, a student from the Department of Health & Kinesiology at Texas A&M University-Kingsville has been recognized as the top exercise science undergraduate student in the state. Senior Exercise Science Pre-PT major Joel Perez was named the Texas American College of Sports Medicine Undergraduate Scholar at the annual meeting of the Texas Regional Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). Perez is the fourth A&M-Kingsville student to...Read more  

For most, the word “lid” is either the top of a container, or what they call their ball cap. In the world of environmental engineering, lid is an acronym for Low Impact Development.  More specifically, Low Impact Development, or LID, makes the most of a naturally produced element—rain. Research and development in the area of LID can provide a community with cleaner drinking water, prosperous plant life and reduce runoff pollution.  Texas A&M...Read more  

The Frank H. & June Smith Dotterweich Memorial Foundation has awarded four scholarships valued at $2,000 each to pursue engineering at Texas A&M University-Kingsville for the spring 2016 semester.  The scholarship recipients are Leslie Maldonado, natural gas engineering major from Mission; Brandon Darr, architectural engineering major from Falls City; Audrey Lopez, chemical engineering major from Corpus Christi; and Justin Karr, chemical engineering major from...Read more  

Dr. Natalya Delcoure, Dean of the College of Business Administration at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, recently received the Outstanding Educator Award from the Federation of Business Disciplines. She received the award at the 2016 Conference of the Southwestern Finance Association (SWFA) held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the Federation of Business Disciplines (FBD) held in Oklahoma City.  About Dr. Natalya Delcoure Delcoure has been Dean of the College of Business...Read more  

Gonzalez receives NOW award — Thu 24, 2016

Dr. Mary Gonzalez, second from left, recently received the Person of the Year award from the National Organization of Women chapter at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The award was given at the Women’s History Month Symposium. Gonzalez is associate vice president for student access. Shown from left are the nominees, Dr. Richard L. Miller, chair of the psychology and sociology department; Gonzalez; Dr. Maria de Jesus Ayala-Schueneman, professor and associate director for public...Read more  

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