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St. Mary’s English Professor Named Finalist

St. Mary’s English Professor Named Finalist

St. Mary’s University English Professor Diane Gonzales Bertrand was named a finalist at the Writers’ League of Texas Book Awards for her book of poetry, Dawn Flower (Pecan Grove Press).

Authors are honored in five categories by the Writers’ League of Texas: nonfiction, fiction, poetry, middle grade and young adult, and picture book. In each category, honorees were distinguished as either Winner, ...

Student-directed Production Draws Large Crowd

Student-directed Production Draws Large Crowd

The student-directed production of The Girl in the Mirror was a hit on the St. Mary’s University campus. The fall 2014 drama featured a young woman struggling with depression and in need of help. During opening night, the show sold out with only standing room available just before curtain call. And, yes, people were standing.

Drama Professor Dion Denevan was responsible for scenic and ...

Small Encounter Led Alum to International Career

Small Encounter Led Alum to International Career

Shortly before graduating from St. Mary’s University with a degree in Corporate Finance, Eric Naranjo (B.B.A. ’02) was lucky enough to have two job offers in his field. Yet, wary of the market, he wasn’t sure what direction to head.

Economics Professor Creates Networking Opportunity for Students

Economics Professor Creates Networking Opportunity for Students

Alejandro Velez, Ph.D., Professor of Economics, is passionate about teaching at St. Mary’s and providing students with opportunities to network with professional societies. This semester Velez invited his Introductory Microeconomics class to attend a luncheon at the Plaza Club in San Antonio with the San Antonio Business and Economics Society, a professional society. Over 50 people attended the event, 20 ...

New Technology Unmasks Ancient Scriptural Manuscripts

New Technology Unmasks Ancient Scriptural Manuscripts

Professor Todd Hanneken, Ph.D., is the first scholar to combine two existing imaging technologies in order to “see” handwritten text that has been indecipherable to the naked eye for hundreds of years. To understand the impact of Hanneken’s work, we’ll need to take a step back in time. A huge step.

 

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