Campus-Wide News

    December

  • Ramona Pittman (Faculty)

    Thursday, 12 21 2017

    Some people realize their life’s calling at an early age. This was certainly the case for Ramona Pittman, Ph.D., associate professor of Reading.

  • Happy Holidays - The 2017 Review of Shared Success

    Friday, 12 15 2017

    Please enjoy this video review of our success that was possible because of our shared commitment to excellence. It was another audacious and inspiring year.

  • Dr. Cynthia Teniente-Matson Elected President of Tricentennial Commission

    Friday, 12 15 2017

    Dr. Cynthia Teniente-Matson was elected president of the San Antonio Tricentennial Commission today, following confirmation votes by the San Antonio City Council and the San Antonio Tricentennial Commission. Dr. Matson, who had been serving as a member of the Tricentennial Commission, was nominated last week by Mayor Ron Nirenberg to lead the commission.

  • Texas A&M University-San Antonio President Cynthia Teniente-Matson Elected President of Tricentennial Commission

    Friday, 12 15 2017

    Dr. Cynthia Teniente-Matson, president of Texas A&M University-San Antonio (A&M-SA), was elected president of the San Antonio Tricentennial Commission today, following confirmation votes by the San Antonio City Council and the San Antonio Tricentennial Commission. Dr. Matson, who had been serving as a member of the Tricentennial Commission, was nominated last week by Mayor Ron Nirenberg to lead the commission.

  • Carlos Jarquin (Alumnus)

    Friday, 12 15 2017

    A native of Mexico City and a world traveler, Carlos Jarquin ’13 considers himself a global citizen—a strong attribute in his newly appointed position as the president and CEO of the Free Trade Alliance San Antonio.

  • Dr. Dawn Weatherford receives grant to study accuracy of detecting fake IDs

    Friday, 12 15 2017

    Dr. Dawn Weatherford, assistant professor of psychology, was recently awarded a grant by the American Psychology-Law Society for her study, "You Shall Not Pass: How Professional Security Expertise Shapes Visual Search for Fake IDs."

  • Early Release on December 22, 2017

    Thursday, 12 14 2017

    In appreciation of your hard work and dedication to Texas A&M University-San Antonio this past year, I have approved early release of employees totaling four hours (1-5 p.m.) on Friday, December 22, 2017, for the holiday break. The University, therefore, will be closed for the holidays beginning at 1 p.m., December 22, through January 1, 2018. We will reopen at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, January 2, 2018.

  • Greg Gonzalez (Student)

    Friday, 12 08 2017

    Meet Gregorio “Greg” Gonzalez, your new Mr. A&M-San Antonio. Before the crown, Greg grew up in Somerset as the only boy in a bustling family of four children.

  • Reaffirmation of Commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity, Access and Affirmative Action

    Wednesday, 12 06 2017

    Texas A&M University-San Antonio (A&M-SA) is committed to providing equal opportunity and access to all current and prospective students and employees. I am committed that we will cultivate an educational and work environment that is conducive to the personal and professional development of every employee. As president, one of my top priorities is to foster an environment that supports campus-wide inclusion, equity and a true awareness of the value of campus diversity. As I am responsible for achieving an equal employment opportunity environment, I task each of you to join me in sharing the responsibility for creating a welcoming environment where all individuals are treated equitably and with dignity and respect. Together, we will invite and value every voice. Each member of the campus community will be held accountable for his/her actions in promoting an inclusive environment.

  • Lights of Esperanza

    Monday, 12 04 2017

    An estimated 1,500 attendees witnessed the illumination of more than 30,000 twinkling lights across campus during the Lights of Esperanza event on Tuesday evening.

  • Richard Delgado (Staff and Alumnus)

    Friday, 12 01 2017

    Whether in combat or cowboy boots, Director of Military Affairs and 2010 alumnus, Richard Delgado Jr., is the epitome of a patriotic servant. From sunup to sunset, he spends his days serving military members, veterans and their families— helping them achieve personal, academic and career success. It is an ongoing mission that he carries with him as a badge of honor.

  • November

  • San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg Appoints Texas A&M-San Antonio’s Director of Military Affairs to City’s Commission on Veterans Affairs

    Thursday, 11 30 2017

    Today, the San Antonio City Council approved the appointment of Texas A&M University-San Antonio’s (A&M-SA) Director of Military Affairs Richard Delgado Jr. as the mayoral appointee to the City Commission on Veterans Affairs. Mayor Nirenberg appointed Delgado after receiving several resounding letters of recommendation and a formal application.

  • Happy Thanksgiving

    Thursday, 11 23 2017

    Thanksgiving is a time for us to reflect and give thanks. I extend my sincere gratitude to our faculty, staff, students and alumni for all their hard work and dedication to the University as well as our surrounding community for their support. As you take time to enjoy this holiday, I send my best wishes to you and your family.

  • Energy Conservation During the Thanksgiving Break

    Tuesday, 11 21 2017

    Faculty, staff and students are asked to please turn off all unnecessary equipment and appliances before leaving for the Thanksgiving Break. This will help the University decrease the amount of energy consumed and reduce the campus carbon footprint.

  • Early Release November 22, 2017

    Friday, 11 17 2017

    In appreciation of your hard work and dedication to Texas A&M University-San Antonio, I have approved an early release totaling four hours (1-5 P.M.) on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 for Texas A&M University-San Antonio.

  • College of Education and Human Development Wall of Famers

    Friday, 11 17 2017

    This contains the story of the COEHD Hall of Famers

  • Carl Raba (Donor)

    Friday, 11 17 2017

    Jaguar in the Spotlight features our best Alumnus, Staff, Faculty and Students.

  • The Texas A&M University System’s South Texas Data Center Comes Online at A&M-San Antonio

    Monday, 11 13 2017

    Texas A&M University System institutions located near the Gulf Coast can rest easier about the safety of their data and the functionality of their information technology systems should another storm like Hurricane Harvey make landfall. On Thursday, System officials announced the launch of the South Texas Data Center, which will efficiently enhance System operations while providing a safe location for data storage.

  • Funding Available - Strategic Planning Seed Funds

    Sunday, 11 12 2017

    As a reminder, Wednesday, November 22 is the deadline to submit Strategic Planning Seed Fund proposals to your respective Vice President.

  • Remembering Those Who Served

    Saturday, 11 11 2017

    Today, we join our nation in remembering those who served our country in uniform.Through the observance of Veterans Day, we recognize and give thanks for the many selfless sacrifices they and their families have made.