David Thomason, assistant professor of Political Science, discussed potential topics to be discussed at the Democratic presidential debate.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, discussed President Trump's motivations for visiting the Apple campus in Austin.
St. Edward's University's food pantry program is part of a larger trend of universities providing food for students.
St. Edward's Unversity's receives a nod for the rising St. Edward’s men’s golf program, which has grown from a national ranking of 55th in 2018 to fifth in the first Golfstat rankings
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, discusses Rick Perry's place in the impeachment hearings.
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Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, chimes in on the amendment proposals in the November election.
Peter Beck, professor of Environmental Science, chimed in on what is needed in climate change policy.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, explains how the impeachment process works.
St. Edward's University's partnership with Breakthrough Central Texas creates a path for first-generation college students.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, weighed in on a heated exchange between presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke and a Republican state legislator.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, discussed the issues that were expected to receive attention at the Democratic presidential debate.
St. Edward's University ranked eighth in the “Regional Universities West” category in the U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges List.
David Thomason, assistant professor of Political Sciences, discussed recent laws that were passed.
Timothy Braun, a visiting assistant professor of Writing, penned a personal column about love and relationships.
Raychelle Burks, assistant professor of Chemistry, explains how poisoned cigarettes work.
David Altounian, associate professor of Entrepreneurship, discusses the lessons he learned in academic leadership.
Peter Walsh, director of campus ministry, hosted a candlelight vigil at St. Edward’s University to honor the victims of the mass shooting at a Walmart store in El Paso shooting.
Arcelia Hernandez, assistant professor of Education, discussed the St. Edward's University and Austin Independent School District's dual language program. During the program, which is taught entirely in Spanish at St. Edward's University, students explore their South Austin campus, learn about financial aid opportunities, and hear from entrepreneurs in Austin.
Robert Denton Bryant, assistant professor in Video Game Development, weighed in on the blame cast on violent video games after the El Paso mass shooting.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, talked about 10 proposed constitutional amendments that will be on the November ballot.
Joe Vitone, professor of Photo-communications, discusses his show, "Family Records," a collection of 55 family portraits taken in the past two decades.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, discusses fundraising challenges for Democratic presidential candidates Julian Castro and Beto O'Rourke.
St. Edward's University and Austin Community College announce an articulation agreement that will make it easier for students to transfer credit and earn a bachelor's degree.
Tracy Canales, senior associate admissions director, and St. Edward’s University alumnus Ben Griffith shared tips for successfully transferring college credit.
Laurie Cook Heffron, professor of Social Work, spoke about the emotional, physical and financial tolls that detention takes on migrant women.
Glenda Ballard, dean of Human Development and Education, discusses how new legislation that brings back education degrees will impact Texas.
Glenda Ballard, dean of the School of Human Development and Education, wrote an op-ed about new legislation that brought back the education degree.
Laurie Cook Heffron, professor of Social Work, spoke about how Central American women migrating to the U.S. often face violence and abuse throughout their journey.
Debra Zahay-Blatz, professor of Marketing, spoke about the use of celebrities in marketing strategies.
Jena Heath, professor of Journalism, wrote an op-ed on how oral history projects can build community.
Laurie Cook Heffron, assistant professor of Social Work, wrote an article about the emotional and physical toll that seeking asylum takes on migrant women and their children.
St. Edward's University spoke about their plans to lease the former El Gallo site to a restaurant.
David Thomason, assistant professor of Political Science, and his colleague Jamie Carroll, a doctoral student at The University of Texas at Austin, co-wrote an op-ed encouraging the passage of two civics education bills.
Gary Morris, Dean of the School of Natural Sciences, penned an op-ed about citizen science and why all Texans should be involved.
Adam McCormick, professor of Social Work, and his student Meagan Biscamp penned an op-ed asserting that Senate Bill 17, a bill allowing state-licensed workers to deny services based on religion, would be harmful to LGBTQ youth.
In celebration of National Farmworker’s Awareness Week, St. Edward’s College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) held its first art exhibition with Bon Appetit Management Company.
Andre Cook was named conference Coach of the Year for leading the Toppers to a 25-3 record.
“Now or Never” showcased the work of eight photo alumni (all of whom graduated in 2007 or 2008): Jaime Alexis, John Clendenen, Monika Kratochvil, Michelle Leedy, Brandon Maxwell, Jessy Price and Ryan Slack.
Camelia Rotaru, professor of Finance, gave advice on what to look for in a credit card.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, weighs in on the impact of Michael Cohen's testimony to Congress.
Men's basketball coach Andre Cook was profiled for driving the team's success this season.
A critic's review of Mary Moody Northern Theatre's The Three Musketeers.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, discussed the growing field of Democratic presidential candidates.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, spoke about the most powerful committee assignments for the Texas legislative session.
Tomas Yufik, associate professor of Psychology, spoke about the benefits of music therapy.
Richard Daly, professor of Religious Studies, spoke about newly-elected Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen's time at St. Edward's University.
Richard Daly, professor of Religious Studies, discussed St. Edward's alum and newly-appointed Texas Speaker of the House Dennis Bonnen.
James Puglisi, associate director of Campus Ministry, gives advice on how to approach a new year.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, discusses Julian Castro's first step toward a possible 2020 presidential bid.
Emily Bernate, assistant professor of Spanish, explains her linguistics research, which is focused on politeness in U.S. Spanish.
Emily Bernate, assistant professor of Spanish, spoke about politeness techniques for U.S. Spanish speakers, which varies from native Spanish speakers.
Ali Dadpay, professor of Economics, discussed how U.S. sanctions might affect the Iranian airline industry.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, spoke about Beto O'Rourke's political chances in the Senate race.
Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve was recognized as the best location for field research.
Raychelle Burks, assistant professor of Chemistry, shared her lab superstitions.
David Altounian, Interim Dean of the Bill Munday School of Business, discussed the academic environment that fuels the Austin tech scene.
Professor of Biological Sciences Andrea Holgado discussed her team's $1.5 million National Science Foundation grant.
Adam McCormick, an assistant professor of Social Work, discusses a proposed plan by the Texas Education Agency that would eliminate all cosmetology programs across Texas.
Robert Denton Bryant, assistant professor of Visual Studies, discusses what you need to know about children playing video games.
St. Edward's University was ranked No. 12 among regional universities in the West.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, shares his thoughts over Kavanaugh's nomination and hearings.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, talks about the legacy John McCain leaves behind.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, discusses State Rep. Travis Clardy's intention to run for Texas House speaker.
Erika Schwarz Taylor, visiting assistant professor of Biology, and EQO of Austin win $100,000 in non-equity cash.
Laurie Cook Heffron, assistant professor at St. Edward's University, discusses the effect that the enacted zero-tolerance and restrictions on asylum has had on families.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, comments on the issues of family separation and immigration in regards to the Texas Senate race.
St. Edward's University and a learning-spaces manager have developed six specially configured spaces that will allow for collabortation and exploration and help improve learning and student success.
David Altounian, assistant professor of Entrepreneurship, conducted a study that underlined the need for strategies to recruit out-of-market investors targeting growth-stage startups.
Laura Lucas, a learning-spaces manager at St. Edward's University, talks about helping faculty evolve their teaching practices when using active-learning classrooms.
Arcelia Hernandez, assistant professor of Bilingual Education, talked about a new partnership between Austin's school district and St. Edward's University that encourages students to become dual-language instructors.
Texas Teen Book Festival announced this year’s line-up for the one-day book festival, held in October.
St. Edward’s University ranked 11th on a list of the best colleges in Texas.
Matthew DeSantis, assistant director of Assessment, wrote an opinion piece on the need for assessments in higher education.
Ali Dadpay, professor of Economics, talked about the growing economic impact of the Austin Marathon.
Ali Dadpay, professor of Economics, unveiled an economic impact study on the 2018 Austin Marathon.
Before retirement, Sister Donna was profiled in a piece that highlighted her contributions to St. Edward’s University over a 30-year career at the university.
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Laurie Cook Heffron, assistant professor of Social Work, discussed how the policy that leads to the separation of families mimics domestic abuse.
Gary Morris, Dean of the School of Natural Sciences, and Paul Walter, professor of Physics, spoke about air quality research conducted at Mount Kilauea in Hawaii.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, discussed what to expect from a meeting between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Robert Denton Bryant, Director of Game Development, weighed in on new trends in the gaming industry.
Raychelle Burks, assistant professor of Chemistry, discussed the chemistry that led to an accidental explosion of rotting fish art.
Bill McHenry, associate professor of counseling education, penned an op-ed about the effectiveness of the STAAR exam.
St. Edward's University was highlighted in a special Central Texas higher education guide.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, said it is unlikely that Texas Governor Greg Abbott will call a special session to discuss school safety changes.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, commented on the race for House District 46.
Adam McCormick, associate professor of Social Work, and his student Rachel Bono co-authored an opinion piece about the importance of sexual education for youth in foster care.
Bill McHenry, associate professor of counseling education, authored an opinion piece about the STAAR test, offering parents guidance on how to decipher the results.
Adam McCormick, assistant professor of Social Work, and two undergraduate students co-authored an opinion piece about raising boys who are respectful of women.
Bill McHenry, associate professor of Counseling Education, said that environmental factors, such as delays, may influence STAAR test results.
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Emily Bernate, assistant professor of Spanish, wrote an op-ed about the importance of world language courses.
Mark Spychala, a research scientist, discussed the eruption of Mount Kilauea volcano and the related climate research happening at St. Edward's University.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, weighed in on why State Rep. Eric Johnson, D-Dallas, would vie for House Speaker.
Ali Dadpay, professor of Economics, discussed Iran's decision to switch from the dollar to the euro for official accounting.
Megan Blair, a librarian, started an archive for Austin's craft beer history at St. Edward's University.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, chimed in on the high-profile race for Senate.
Gary Morris, Dean of the School of Natural Sciences, spoke to a Brownie troop about the science of weather balloons.
Jena Heath, associate professor of journalism, discussed why some people have a complicated relationship with the news.
Michelle S. Polgar, Theatre Managing Director, received the Actors' Equity Association's Lucy Jordan Award, given annually to an individual who shows a lifetime commitment to the theatre and to helping other theatre artists.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, shares his thoughts on Democratic turnout in the Texas primaries.
Arcelia Hernandez, professor of Education, discussed the challenges faced by bilingual teachers.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, talked to KVUE about voting patterns in Texas.
Tammie R. Rubin, assistant professor of Art, worked with the annual People's Gallery at Austin City Hall to help select works by local artists for an exhibition that promotes knowledge and enjoyment of the arts.
Tomas Yufik, associate professor of Psychology, offers tips to viewers about avoiding common relationship problems during Valentine's Day.
Brian W. Smith, professor of Political Science, talks with Fox 7 about the relationship between Austin and the state of Texas.
Mary Hellen Specht, associate professor of Writing and Rhetoric, writes about Elizabeth Crook's new take on the western genre in her book 'The Which Way Tree'.
Raychelle Burks, assistant professor of Chemistry, speaks with Gizmodo about the NSF's new ruling and zero-tolerance stance on sexual harassment.
Professor of Political Science Brian W. Smith talks with the Dallas Morning news about Gov. Greg Abbott's spending during his re-election campaign.
Kris Sloan, associate professor of Education, and Adam McCormick, assistant professor of Social Work, encourage parents to talk to their sons about harassment.
Ali Dadpay, professor of Economics, discusses how Austin can prepare for Amazon's second headquarters and other corporate relocations.
David Altounian, associate dean of Academic Programs and MBA Program Director, weighs in on Silver Lake Partner’s $250 million investment in WP Engine Inc.
Gary Morris, dean of the School of Natural Sciences, discusses how weather balloons provide critical data during major storms.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, chimes in on the factions emerging in the House District 55 race ahead of the March primary elections.
Ryan Turner, adjust professor of Criminal Justice, talks about how the public's withering trust in government can be traced back to the JFK assassination.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, discusses the challenges Republicans face in hammering out a DACA deal.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, helps KUT’s Texas Standard navigate the issues winding through Congress, including DACA, budget talks and a government shutdown.
Raychelle Burks, assistant professor of Chemistry, shares her favorite discovery of 2017.
Director of Campus Ministry Rev. Peter Walsh discusses how a holiday journey can lead to new revelations.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, chimes in on political happenings, from North Korea to a Twitter battle with U.S. Senator Bob Corker, President Trump and the White House.
Ryan Turner, professor of Criminal Justice, blasts into the past to determine just how long ago public distrust in the government began through the Kennedy assassination case.
Jan Buccholz gives a snapshot of some of the higher education projects underway in the Austin area.
Louise Single, professor of Accounting, chimes in on pros and cons of the Senate tax reform to remove the tax benefits bike commuters can attain through their employer.
Chris Garcia, veterans affairs coordinator, and Shea Henning '17 share their experience of finding purpose and passion through entrepreneurship post-service.
Tomas Yufik, associate professor of Psychology, says research suggesting 30-40 percent of direct victims of a traumatic event are likely to develop PTSD and the necessity of intervention.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, comments on the Democratic playbook and the idea of looking into candidates that possess popularity outside the realm of politics.
Katie Peterson, assistant professor of Reading, connected Education students and pre-schoolers with senior citizens at Brookdale Westlake Hills Assisted Living Facility to help each group develop a sense of belonging and purpose in giving back to their immediate community.
David Altounian, assistant professor of Entrepreneurship, and Sarah Sharif, IT program manager and communication strategist, say one advantage of university-supported hackathons is the opportunity for cross-university participation from both students and faculty.
Ali Dadpay, professor of Economics, urges Austin to consider the city's transportation infrastructure if Amazon builds a new headquarters in Central Texas.
St. Edward's University will purchase the former site of El Gallo restaurant as part of its Strategic Plan 2022.
Adam G. McCormick, assistant professor of Social Work, calls for an introspective look into toxic masculinity and how it affects violent and aggressive habits in men.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, discusses the ongoing proposals and threats facing the United States under President Trump's administration.
The Texas Teen Book Festival welcomed young adult fans and more than 40 authors at St. Edward's University.
Gary Morris, dean of the School of Natural Sciences, and professor of Physics, collaborated with New Mexico State University's David Dubois and Micheal DeAntonio to test air quality and ozone levels using weather ballons.
Students at St. Edward's University partnered with the University of Texas at El Paso and New Mexico State University students to test ozone levels using weather ballons to predict possible factors contributing to poor air quality.
David Altounian, assistant professor of Entrepreneurship, illustrates Austin's potential to become a first tier startup city.
David Altounian, assistant professor of Entrepreneurship, explains why Austin is experiencing a venture capital funding gap.
Ali Dadpay, associate dean and director of the MBA program at The Bill Munday School of Business, researched how the Austin Marathon impacts the city.
Ray Rogers, director of Career and Professional Development, shares insight on the mindsight of recent college graduates and how companies can shape their recruitment processes to hire them.
Raychelle Burks, assistant professor of Chemistry, writes in detail about the careers, organizations and degrees available in the forensic science field.
Reporter Ralph K.M. Haurwitz discusses the advantages of small and mid-sized private colleges such as St. Edward's University.
Nancy Schreiber, dean of The Bill Munday School of Business, shares her expertise on how business partnerships in academia can be built and used for success.
Adam McCormick, assistant professor of Social Work, writes about the potential safety and well-being risks of LGBTQ youth under a bill proposed by Texas Sen. Konni Burton.
Professor of Economics Ali Dadpay writes about the new influx of western made airplanes into Iran and the challenges and opportunities the aviation industry creates in Iran.
Sara Villanueva, professor of Psychology, lends her expertise on misused parental advice.
Nancy Schreiber, dean of The Bill Munday School of Business, says closing the gender pay gap is the right thing to do and good for business.
Adam McCormick, assistant professor of Social Work, wrote a piece for TribTalk, a publication by The Texas Tribune, on the possible unintended consequences of LGBT youth by way of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick's statewide initiative for faith-based organizations to recruit foster and adoptive families for children in state care.
512tech, by Austin American-Statesman, visited Portals by Shared Studios, a gold shipping container at St. Edward's University during the fall semester. Portals contain live webcam technology that allowed people in Austin to connect with others around the world in real time.
Ray Rogers, director of Career and Professional Development, advised Career Builder on how to best answer criteria in a job application such as work experience, education and references.
Tribeza featured an article on the architecture of several St. Edward University buildings, highlighting the native, national and international award-winning architects who designed them.
WBUR Boston's On Pointinterviewed Sara Villanueva, professor of Psychology, about advice to parents as they face challenges such as children's adolescent behavior.
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.
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.
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.
Ray Rogers, director of Career and Professional Development, says students can still add experience to their résumés if they didn't secure an internship.
David Altounian, assistant professor of Entrepreneurship, says that the single most important thing new entrepreneurs can do is connect with others like them.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Nancy Schreiber, dean of The Bill Munday School of Business, says unequal pay is bad business.
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.
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.
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.
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.
How do recent college graduates find an entry-level job? Ray Rogers, director of Career & Professional Development, shares four strategies.
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.
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.
Lori Eggleston, director of New College Support Services, gives three reasons to go back to school and get a degree.
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.
Leora Rockowitz, assistant director of Admission, says academic opportunities, cost and location are essential when choosing the right college.
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.
Assistant Professor of Religious and Theological Studies, Jenny Veninga shares her views on free speech and respect for religion in The Conversation.
Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric Mary Helen Specht - is featured in the October issue of Texas Monthly.
The teenage years can be frustrating for parents, but they can also be the most rewarding, says Sara Villanueva, professor of Psychology.
Director of International Admission Amy Kice provides perspective for international students interested in a liberal arts degree.
Lori Eggleston, director of New College Support Services, says the key to finding the right university for you is doing research first.
Ray Rogers, director of Career & Professional Development, gives advice about how applicants can up their job-search game. One tip? Comb your hair.
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.
Brian Smith, professor of Political Science, explains what the spending cap is, and what potentially raising it means for Texans.
Nancy Schreiber, dean of The Bill Munday School of Business, is featured in an Austin Business Journal profile.
Nancy Schreiber, dean of The Bill Munday School of Business, says although change is hard, it presents opportunities for organizations and individuals.
Graduate students now have access to co-working space at Capital Factory, an Austin-based startup accelerator.