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How to Navigate Your Child's Adolescence

On Point | Sept. 19, 2016

WBUR Boston's On Point interviewed Sara Villanueva, professor of Psychology, about advice to parents as they face challenges such as children's adolescent behavior.

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Clayton County led U.S. in Average Weekly Wage Growth in Early 2016

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Sept. 16, 2016

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution quoted Ali Dadpay, professor of Economics, on the potential benefits of Clayton County leading the country in average weekly wage growth.

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How Three Local Colleges Fuel the Austin Startup Movement

Built In Austin | Aug. 30, 2016

Built in Austin highlighted the opportunities given to students at St. Edward's University exploring careers in entrepreneurship. Nancy Schreiber, dean of The Bill Munday School of Business, and Gary Morris, dean of the School of Natural Sciences, shared their support of students pursuing work in the startup community.

When Students of Different Faiths Come Together, Why Can't We?

Austin American-Statesman | July 29, 2016

The Austin American-Statesman featured a piece written by James Puglisi, associate director of Campus Ministry, on consolidating religious diversity during catastrophic international and domestic events. Puglisi focuses on personal relationships he has seen through student leaders of different religions in a Roman Catholic university, and how they counter hopelessness.

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The Complicated Process of Adding Diversity to the College Syllabus

The Atlantic | July 29, 2016

The Atlantic highlighted St. Edward's University as an example of how colleges can incorporate the topic of diversity into their curriculum. The long-standing cultural foundations curriculum at St. Edward's is mandatory for all students to complete and, has both difficulties and benefits.

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The Writer's Almanac | June 15, 2016

The Writer's Almanac featured Carrie Fountain, writer-in-residence, and her poetry during National Poetry Month. Fountain is the author of two collections of poetry published by Penguin. She says when she was 15 years old, the death of a close friend in a tragic accident prompted her first attempts at writing, although she suspects she wrote at an earlier age.

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10 Ways to Get Relevant Experience if You Didn't Land an Internship

Fast Company | June 8, 2016

Ray Rogers, director of Career and Professional Development, says students can still add experience to their résumés if they didn't secure an internship. 

So You Have a Million Dollar Idea. Now What? 

Austin Monthly | May 31, 2016

David Altounian, assistant professor of entrepreneurship, says that the single most important thing new entrepreneurs can do is connect with others like them.

As Libertarians seek 2016 inroads, is ideology their challenge?

The Christian Science Monitor | May 30, 2016

Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, says growth and name recognition are some of the challenges third parties must overcome before they can achieve success. 

The Q&A: Charles Porter

The Texas Tribune | April 19, 2016

Charles Porter, visiting professor of University Studies, says the largest problem facing Texas right now is attitudes that prevent transferring water from wet areas to dry areas across the state. 

Ellen Troxclair lacks facts for claim about chances of sex assault by an Austin taxi driver

PolitiFact  | April 15, 2016

Carol Gee, associate professor of Mathematics and department chair, debunks a claim that passengers are nine times more likely to be assaulted by taxi drivers than drivers who work for a ride-hailing service.

The History Behind Fiesta, San Antonio's Biggest Party

The Texas Standard | April 15, 2016

How has San Antonio's annual Fiesta evolved? Laura Hernandez-Ehrisman, professor of University Studies, wrote a book on Fiesta and tells the Texas Standard that the city’s biggest party started as a celebration of Texas Independence.

Let's take action now on equal pay for equal work

Austin Business Journal | March 30, 2016

Nancy Schreiber, dean of The Bill Munday School of Business, says unequal pay is bad business. 

St. Edwards busca estudiantes panameños

La Estrella De Panamá  | March 18, 2016

St. Edward’s University President George E. Martin met with Panamanian alumni, current students and high school seniors who shared an interest in higher education and St. Edward’s University. The number of Panamanian students enrolled at St. Edward’s has grown from just one in 2012 to 10 in 2016.

How Texas' Foster Care System is Failing LGBTQ Youth

The Texas Standard  |  March 18, 2016

Adam McCormick, assistant professor of Social Work, says it's time for Texas to recruit foster parents who can commit to supporting and affirming children who are LGBTQ. 

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 8 Career Skills That Make You a Better Parent 

Fast Company | Feb. 11, 2016

Sara Villanueva, professor of Psychology, says using time management skills can help parents meet demands of science projects, PTA meetings and baseball practice while still enjoying parenthood.

Forget it, Ted. It's Iowa

Texas Tribune | Feb. 9, 2016

 Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, says U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz shouldn't take his victory in the Iowa caucus to mean he's guaranteed the presidency. 

 4 Tips For College Students Beginning the Job Search

College Recruiter | Jan. 18, 2016

How do recent college graduates find an entry-level job? Ray Rogers, director of Career & Professional Development, shares four strategies. 

 Architecture's Top Prize Goes to a Jury Favorite, Alejandro Aravena

Dallas Morning News | Jan. 13, 2016

Alejandro Aravena, a Chilean architect who designed The Village, which houses Hunt, Le Mans and Johnson residence halls at St. Edward's University, won the 2016 Pritzker Prize, an award that honors a living architect with significant achievements.

Pritzker Prize for Architecture is Awarded to Alejandro Aravena of Chile

The New York Times | Jan. 13, 2016

Alejandro Aravena, a Chilean architect who designed The Village, which houses Hunt, Le Mans and Johnson residence halls at St. Edward's University, won the 2016 Pritzker Prize, an award that honors a living architect with significant achievements.

Why It's Never Too Late to Go Back to School

Huffington Post | Jan. 8, 2016

Lori Eggleston, director of New College Support Services, gives three reasons to go back to school and get a degree. 

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Closing a Malware Security Loophole

Science Daily | Dec. 7, 2015

Bilal Shebaro, assistant professor of Computer Sciences, co-created a security system add-on that can detect the spread of malware to a computer and block it before it can harm a computer network.

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2015's Best and Worst College Cities and Towns in America

WalletHub | Dec. 7, 2015

Leora Rockowitz, assistant director of Admission, says academic opportunities, cost and location are essential when choosing the right college.

How Cruz's Strategy to Support Drumpf Could Propel Him to the Top

Texas Tribune | Oct. 16, 2015

What do Rodney Dangerfield, The Cold War and Star Wars contribute to presidential politics? Our own Brian Smith, professor of political science, pulls it all together in this TribTalk commentary.

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St. Edward's Professor on Pope in America

KVUE | Oct. 1, 2015

Professor of Religious and Theological Studies Steve Rodenborn reflects on Pope Francis' visit to the U.S.

Free Speech is No Excuse for Muslim-baiting

The Conversation | Oct. 1, 2015

Assistant Professor of Religious and Theological Studies, Jenny Veninga shares her views on free speech and respect for religion in The Conversation.

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Texas Monthly | Sept. 30, 2015

Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric Mary Helen Specht - is featured in the October issue of Texas Monthly.

Parenting Teens is Tough, but Rewarding, St. Edward's Professor Sara Villanueva says in a new book

Austin 360 | Sept. 11, 2015

The teenage years can be frustrating for parents, but they can also be the most rewarding, says Sara Villanueva, professor of Psychology. 

4 Facts for International Students About Liberal Arts

U.S. News & World Report International Student Blog | Aug. 11, 2015

Director of International Admission Amy Kice provides perspective for international students interested in a liberal arts degree.

How to Influence Your Teen's Choices

KEYE | Aug. 10, 2015

Sara Villanueva, professor of Psychology and author of "The Angst of Adolescence," spoke with We Are Austin about how to parent teens.

4 Things Adult Students Should Look for When Choosing a School

Huffington Post | July 28, 2015

Lori Eggleston, director of New College Support Services, says the key to finding the right university for you is doing research first. 

5 Ways to Use Linked In to Get a Job

Huffington Post | July 16, 2015

Ray Rogers, director of Career & Professional Development, gives advice about how applicants can up their job-search game. One tip? Comb your hair. 

The Top 5 Questions to Ask a Financial Advisor Before You Even Apply

Huffington Post | June 19, 2015

The best way to navigate a university's financial aid process is to meet face-to-face with a financial aid advisor, says Lori Eggleston, director of New College Support Services. 

6 Ways to Think Like An Employer

Huffington Post | June 11, 2015

Ray Rogers, director of Career & Professional Development has six ways to show an employer that you are the perfect candidate for the job.  

Smith: Why You Should Care About the Texas Spending Cap

Austin American-Statesman, Opinion | May 12, 2015

Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, explains what the spending cap is, and what potentially raising it means for Texans. 

Meet Nancy Green Schreiber, Dean, Bill Munday School of Business

Austin Business Journal | May 12, 2015

Nancy Schreiber, dean of The Bill Munday School of Business, is featured in an Austin Business Journal profile.

5 Ways to Effectively Manage Change

Austin Business Journal | April 3, 2015

Nancy Schreiber, dean of The Bill Munday School of Business, says although change is hard, it presents opportunities for organizations and individuals. 

St. Edward's, Capital Factory Partner to Accelerate Business School Ventures

Feb. 11, 2015 | Austin Business Journal 

Graduate students now have access to co-working space at Capital Factory, an Austin-based startup accelerator. 

Redefining Entrepreneurship - 4 Common Myths Debunked

Huffington Post | Jan. 7, 2015

David Altounian, assistant professor of Entrepreneurship, says you don't have to change the world to be considered successful. It's one myth he's working to disprove. 

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