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December 2020

KINGSVILLE (December 11, 2020) — As COVID-19 continues to impact celebrations and get-togethers, Texas A&M University-Kingsville produced its third virtual commencement as nearly 650 students were prospective fall 2020 graduates.   The administration at Texas A&M-Kingsville did not want their graduating seniors to miss the pomp and circumstance that surrounds commencement, so students were honored with a virtual ceremony. The commencement activities can be seen on the special...

KINGSVILLE (December 9, 2020) — The chemistry department at Texas A&M University-Kingsville has received funding that helps students with their studies and helps support research in the department. The department has received the Departmental Research grant from The Robert A. Welch Foundation since 1998. And, they just received notice that they will get $150,000 for another three years.   Dr. Christine Hahn, chair of chemistry, said the grant helps support students in research...

Texas A&M University-Kingsville’s School of Music is proving a quality education can be affordable. Great Value Colleges, a resource website for students that ranks programs and degree offerings, recently named Texas A&M-Kingsville in the top quarter of the “100 Great Value Colleges for Music Majors.” The article explains many music majors are faced with high tuition and low acceptance rates of major music conservatories without realizing there is a plethora of affordable...

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