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Graduate Assisting Patients at Houston Hospital as Social Work Counselor

Graduate Assisting Patients at Houston Hospital as Social Work Counselor

April 28, 2020

As a social work counselor at a Houston-area hospital, alumnus Thomas Verm is a frontline employee working with patients during this unprecedented time in global history.

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Graduate Wins 2019 Best Indie Book Award™ for Poetry

Graduate Wins 2019 Best Indie Book Award™ for Poetry

January 10, 2020

Weaving together topics like black masculinity, vulnerability, and racial profiling, Fernando Rover’s debut book, “Lab​yrinth,” was recently named a 2019 poetry winner by Best Indie Book Awards™.

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Feminist Studies Journal Publishes 2014 Graduate

Feminist Studies Journal Publishes 2014 Graduate

November 30, 2019

Kenna Neitch’s research focuses on the testimony and organization of Central American women during revolutions throughout the last 40 years.

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​Jessie Everline ’05 Leads Community Health Care Efforts in Austin Area

​Jessie Everline ’05 Leads Community Health Care Efforts in Austin Area

November 12, 2019

As Director of Operations for Baylor Scott & White in Austin, alumnus Jessie Everline is focused on addressing the health care needs of specific populations, including the most vulnerable among us.

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​2017 Graduate Part of Award-Winning Team at DOJ Office of the Inspector General

​2017 Graduate Part of Award-Winning Team at DOJ Office of the Inspector General

October 15, 2019

As an investigative specialist for the Department Of Justice Office of Inspector General, she and her colleagues are responsible for deterring fraud, waste, and abuse by DOJ employees while also supporting law enforcement.

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Former TLU Volleyball Player Wins Gold at 2019 Parapan American Games

Former TLU Volleyball Player Wins Gold at 2019 Parapan American Games

September 27, 2019

Jill Williams Sights Now Set on 2020 Tokyo Paralympics

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Alumna Named Finalist For American Physical Society’s 2019 Apker Award

Alumna Named Finalist For American Physical Society’s 2019 Apker Award

July 15, 2019

Emily Churchman ’19 has been named a finalist for the American Physical Society’s (APS) prestigious LeRoy Apker Award.

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Alumnus Jaime “Rusty” Suarez Promoted to Assistant Chief at Seguin Police Department

Alumnus Jaime “Rusty” Suarez Promoted to Assistant Chief at Seguin Police Department

June 29, 2019

​Seguin Police Department Assistant Chief Jaime “Rusty” Suarez ‘03 didn’t know his interest in fitness would lead him to a career in law enforcement

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