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CONTRIBUTED PHOTOTexas AM University-Corpus Christi comparison biology majors Megan Norfolk and Ruben Palacios perceived awards for their print presentations during a Society for a Advancement of Hispanics/Chicanos and Native Americans in Science National Conference on Oct. 27-30 in San Jose, Calif.   Both students are in a Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Research Fellow module during Texas AM-Corpus Christi.

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Texas AM University-Corpus Christi comparison biology majors Megan Norfolk and Ruben Palacios perceived awards for their print presentations during a Society for a Advancement of Hispanics/Chicanos and Native Americans in Science National Conference on Oct. 27-30 in San Jose, Calif. Both students are in a Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Research Fellow module during Texas AM-Corpus Christi.


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Canales



The Institute for Sustainable Energy and a Environment in a Frank H. Dotterweich College of Engineering during Texas AM University-Kingsville perceived a $1.1 million extend from a Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and a Environmental Protection Agency to assistance account immature growth in a reduce Rio Grande Valley.

Part of a Clean Water Non-Point Source Pollution impediment program, a extend will account Phase II of a ISEE’s “Evaluation of Innovative Low Impact Development Activities in Urban Storm Water Management in a Arroyo Colorado” project.

Demetrio M. Gonzalez perceived a alloy of dental medicine grade from Texas AM Health Science Center Baylor College of Dentistry on May 20. While in dental school, Gonzalez participated in a Asian-American Dental Society and a Hispanic Dental Association. He skeleton to use dentistry in Corpus Christi. He is a son of Florencio M. and Maria Elena Gonzalez of Corpus Christi and is a 2002 connoisseur of Ray High School. He also attended Texas AM University-Corpus Christi and graduated in 2007 with a bachelor’s grade in biology.

JoAnn Canales, associate vanguard of Graduate Studies during Texas AM University-Corpus Christi, perceived a $246,722 Cultivating Underrepresented Latinos To Integrate Values and Academic Resources extend to boost a illustration of Latinos in a food and rural disciplines during a doctoral turn and in a workforce during U.S. Department of Agriculture and associated agencies.

The grants will support programs that residence vicious issues, including tellurian food confidence and hunger, meridian change, bio-based appetite development, childhood plumpness and food safety.

Pamela S. Meyer, highbrow of sociology during Texas AM University-Corpus Christi, has been designated a Regents Professor for 2010-11 by a Texas AM University System Board of Regents. Meyer is one of 19 professors and administrators within a AM System who has been named a Regents Professor or Regents Fellow for 2010-11.

Spring division registration is underneath approach during Del Mar College. In-office registration runs by Dec. 9 during unchanging bureau hours. Online registration will continue over a winter mangle 24 hours-a-day, 7 days a week by Jan. 2. Other registration opportunities will be offering after a initial of a new year. The college will tighten for a Thanksgiving holiday Nov. 24-27 with in-office registration unavailable.

Payment deadline for this registration duration is Jan. 3 and classes start Jan. 17.

Information: www.delmar.edu/reginfo/ or call 698-1290 (East campus), 698-1741 (West campus); 800-652-3357 or email enroll@delmar.edu.

Del Mar College’s new vanguard of Student Outreach and Enrollment Services is Gilbert Becerra, a 1993 Moody High School graduate. Becerra warranted a Bachelor of Arts grade in Government and Mexican-American Studies from a University of Texas during Austin in 1998 and his Master of Business Administration from Our Lady of a Lake University in San Antonio in 2007.

The College also welcomed Cheryl Garner, a new vanguard of Student Engagement and Retention who assimilated a college’s staff Nov. 1.

On a record front, a College’s Information Technology Department has worked closely with a Financial Aid Office to exercise self-service scanners in a Harvin Student Center and Coleman Center. The scanners give students a choice to contention papers electronically and bypass a Financial Aid Office line.

The college also has combined a series of new eForms employed by a admissions, registrar and Financial Aid offices as good as a ability to offer a digital receipt. First launched in August, a college’s new ePrint complement captures remuneration information and frees a tyro from carrying to furnish a paper receipt during registration.

Additionally, tyro advisers now are means to examination transcripts around a new mechanism complement called eTranscripts, that eliminates a need for paper copies during advising meetings.

Texas AM University-Kingsville distinguished a tyro grant recipients and respected a donors during a 4th annual Javelina for Life Scholarship Dinner on Nov. 3.

Students included:

Cecillia Leanos, target of a Greater Texas Foundation and Rumaldo Teresa Juarez Scholarships

Arlene Lara,recipient of a Larry Kruse Scholarship

Jonathan Sulaica,recipient of a Presidential Gold Series Scholarship

Nick Kolbe,recipient of a Presidential Blue Series, Nick Harrel Jr. Wildlife and Lyssy Scholarships

Yvonne Saldivar,recipient of a Presidential Blue Series and Hilda Garcia Undergraduate Scholarships

Allison Meier,recipient of a Presidential Silver Series and Kelly Scholarships.

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