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Our Experiences

“Dr. Hugo Rodriguez provided a very challenging learning experience which was refreshing. Dr. Provenzano also encouraged us to learn for ourselves and think deeper as to why certain processes occur. Dr. Michael Lehker had a great teaching method where his case studies forced us to look at microbiology and learn how to apply it in the field.”

 
Karla Martinez, Brownsville
Bachelor of Science in Biology
College of Science, Mathematics & Technology
 
 
“Dr. Benacquista has been my research and life mentor through my undergraduate career. He has elevated my research skills and has greatly influenced my life.”
 
Jesus Hinojosa, Brownsville
Bachelor of Science in Physics
College of Science, Mathematics & Technology
 
 
 
"My advice to freshmen: Try to get involved in as many activities and groups as you can and make connections; that will keep you motivated.  "
 
Adan Lozano, Brownsville
B.A. Communication
College of Liberal Arts
 
 
 
"My advice to freshmen: Always pursue your dreams no matter how hard or impossible it seems, always look forward to that deadline. Study hard always and do not take classes for granted, and always give it your best and love your career path."

Laura Guerra, Brownsville
B.A. Psychology
College of Liberal Arts
 
 
"Starting college at the age of 16 with the Mathematics and Science Academy was difficult at first. I was in a different environment that took time to adapt to. Once I developed good study habits and time management skills, I really started to excel in my education, and I feel very proud and accomplished to be graduating with my bachelor's degree at the age of 20. I have worked very hard these last four years and to finally be graduating is a very rewarding experience."

Kelly Demory, Brownsville
B.A. Psychology
College of Liberal Arts
 

"Mr. Lytle, my forensics professor, always believed in me, always inspired me to be the best person I could be. Dr. W. F. Strong, a communications professor, really opened my eyes to a different version of the world, always challenging me to think outside the box. Dr. Cook, also a communications professor, has not only taught me the meaning of leadership, but has really made me grow as an individual, and for that I’m eternally grateful."

Yvette A. Martinez, Brownsville
Communication
 

"Life did not stop when I began the doctorate. My son was four years old and my daughter was two years old. My greatest struggle was to be fully present in their lives, be a mother like my mother had been to me. I started the program as a full time mom and full time student. I finished the program as a full time student, with a full time job, and striving to be the best mom for my kids."

Maria Eugenia Perez , Brownsville
Doctorate of Education
College of Education
 

"I'm a single mother of 5 children with a full time job so it was difficult making it to class sometimes. The professors were great, very patient and understanding. My advice to students is to stay focused on the destination…not the journey."

Beatrice Martinez, Lyford
Masters in Curriculum and Instruction
College of Education
 

"Dr. Clara Downey-Adams and Dr. Russell Adams – these two professors are simply the backbone of my academic career, and for them I am truly grateful. "

Elizabeth Charles, Houston and Brownsville
Marketing/Entrepreneurship
School of Business
 

"I carry my children in my heart all the time and I do this for them. I want my children to look up to me and see that there are no limits to what you can do with your life. I believe that UTB is an excellent University that gives mothers like me the opportunity to receive an education and stay home with your family. "

Griselda Alaniz-Solis, Brownsville
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences
College of Liberal Arts
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