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  • January 8, 2004

    St. Edward's University is pleased to present exhibited work by photocommunications faculty members Bill Kennedy, Sybil Miller, Ann N. Paterra and Joe Vitone. The exhibition will be on display Jan. 23 through Feb. 22 in the gallery of the Fine Arts Center on campus. An opening reception will be...

  • January 5, 2004

    In celebration of the Christmas and New Year holidays, St. Edward's University will be closed beginning Wednesday, Dec. 24 through Sunday, Jan. 4. The university will reopen with a normal operating schedule on Monday, Jan. 5. Undergraduate classes resume on Monday, Jan. 12, and Graduate classes...

  • December 23, 2003

    St. Edward's University is pleased to present exhibited work by photocommunications faculty members Bill Kennedy, Sybil Miller, Ann N. Paterra and Joe Vitone. The exhibition will be on display Jan. 23 through Feb. 22 in the gallery of the Fine Arts Center on campus. An opening reception will be...

  • December 20, 2003

    St Edward's University is pleased to announce the naming gift for the future John Brooks Williams Natural Sciences Facility. The $7.5 million gift, which is the largest single gift in the university's history, comes from the estate of Houston businessman John Brooks Williams. Though raised in North...

  • December 15, 2003

    For efforts to recruit and retain Hispanic students, St. Edward's University has been named as one of the "Top 100 Schools Graduating Hispanics" and as a "Publisher's Pick" by the national academic journal The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education. The "Publisher's Pick" schools were selected...

  • December 8, 2003

    Toby Hammet Futrell, '88, Austin city manager, will deliver the keynote address at the College of Professional and Graduate Studies ceremony at 10 a.m. Barbara Filippidis, professor of English Literature at St. Edward's will deliver the keynote address for the Undergraduate College ceremony at 2 p....

  • December 3, 2003

    "This gift represents a tangible opportunity to memorialize a man who lived quietly and without fanfare. It is a tribute to a great man which will inspire and impact the lives of countless young people right here in the State of Texas," said John H. Bauer, an executive vice president of Nintendo of...

  • November 15, 2003

    Each week millions of people around the world tune into CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, the top-rated television drama in the country. The fascination with forensic science and its use in solving crimes on television has translated into a new demand and "cool factor" for chemistry programs on...

  • November 15, 2003

    Each week millions of people around the world tune into CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, the top-rated television drama in the country. The fascination with forensic science and its use in solving crimes on television has translated into a new demand and “cool factor” for chemistry...

  • November 4, 2003

    Named after Space Shuttle Challenger astronaut Ronald S. McNair, the national McNair Scholars program serves undergraduate students interested in pursuing doctoral degrees but who are in minority groups typically underrepresented in such programs. Many McNair Scholars are low-income students who...

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