Meghan Garza-Oswald is all about helping people in a way that is life changing and sustainable. But life has taken her on a winding, unexpected path to get there. She will be among the first graduates of The Greehey MBA program, but she has already earned her Master of Public Administration, worked as an elementary school teacher, interned at the White House, served the city government as a policy aide and led a taskforce on issues of homelessness. Oh, and she was a ballerina, too.
Honor the body. Raise consciousness. Embody prayer. For Terri Boggess, Ph.D., yoga is the avenue for self-awareness and giving thanks. As Chair of the Exercise and Sport Science Department, she wants her students to experience something similar.
St. Mary's University's Department of Engineering is keeping pace with the technology trends. Professor Albert Sun explains what the 3-D printer means to our students.
After several years of retirement, Leland Blank (B.S. '67) is back in higher education a world away. More than 40 years after he began his career, Blank is serving his second tour as dean of an engineering school in the United Arab Emirates.
Travis Wessler’s first experience in Turkey came a few years ago while he was stationed as an Army infantry officer in Germany. A bit of an adventurer, he signed up to run a marathon in Turkey and was instantly intrigued with the culture and people. “I knew this was a place that I wanted to come back to,” Wessler said.