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April 2017

Texas A&M University-Kingsville was the site of the state-wide High-Impact Practices in Higher Education Conference held on campus Friday, March 31. The conference was sponsored by Texas A&M-Kingsville’s Title V I-CARE (Integrating a Culture of Academic and Research Engagement), the Center for Student Success and the Center for Teaching Effectiveness. Participants came from 14 universities in Texas and Oklahoma with a record number of attendees at 146 for the fifth year of...Read more  

Hundreds were in attendance for the Texas A&M University-Kingsville President’s Legacy Ball, “Noche de Estrella Brillante,” an event which served to recognize nine major contributing people and organizations to the university with induction into its Legacy Society.  The President’s Legacy Ball is annually held in the Memorial Student Union Building Ballrooms and hosted by the university’s President and First Lady, Dr. Steven...Read more  

Dr. Thomas M. Spencer has been selected as the sole finalist for the position of Dean for the Honors College at Texas A&M University-Kingsville.  His appointment is pending approval from the Chancellor of the Texas A&M University System.  Spencer has served as the Director of Honors Student Affairs at Eastern Illinois University’s Sandra and Jack Pine Honors College since 2012. His duties there have included overseeing the day-to-day administrative matters...Read more  

Texas A&M University System Board of Regents approved construction on the new $60 million Texas A&M University-Kingsville Education Complex and Music Building during their regular meeting Thursday, April 27. Construction is set to begin in June 2017. The Texas Legislature approved funding for the project in June 2015. The music program has long outgrown its current facilities and a new music building is critical to maintaining the program’s accreditation status. The current,...Read more  

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