by Jennifer R. Lloyd
Professor of Law Aloysius A. Leopold (B.A. ’70, J.D. ’62) espouses the firm opinion that teaching is not learned. “It’s a talent you are born with, but you can always refine it.”
Since graduating from St. Mary’s School of Law in 1962 and ...
Fifteen years after a planned retirement, alumna Sylvia Villarreal is helping patients as a pediatrician and owner of a small-town clinic in New Mexico.
Kathleen Gallagher, Ph.D., has lived a life filled with adventure — and a bit of danger. She spent seven years trekking around Nepal, lived through a strong earthquake there and once witnessed her Nepalese classmates being arrested during a major political shakedown. Her time in Nepal wasn’t easy, but it shaped her both personally and professionally.
Judy Reyes (B.A. ’01) was just 4 when her family moved to the Texas border town of Mission from Mexico. Her dad, a professor in Mexico, stayed behind and visited on weekends, while her mom worked in a convenience store. These were sacrifices fueled by her parents’ desire to give their children a chance at the American dream.
Just a few years after graduating from St. Mary’s University, Erika Rendon is doing things she only dreamed of as a student. Now assistant press secretary to Julián Castro, Secretary of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development ...