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October 2009

Foreign journalists tour ITEC Center, Campus
Wu Yun landed at Brownsville – South Padre Island International Airport on Wednesday, Oct. 28, ready to start his first visit to the Rio Grande Valley and Matamoros...more

Friends Endow Kids Voting USA - Brownsville
Friends of Father Armand Mathew presented him with a surprise birthday gift as they celebrated his 87th birthday on Wednesday, Oct. 28...more

A look back at UTB/TSC’s first Homecoming
The last time Rhonda Spurlock Dahlke visited The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College was with Leadership Texas in 2005...more
 
Dedication of Recreation, Education and Kinesiology Center
Kicking off the Scorpions Forever Homecoming 2009 week, the public is invited to the dedication of the Recreation, Education and Kinesiology (REK) Center at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 14, at the REK Center lawn...more

UTB/TSC remembers Barry T. Horn
Funeral arrangements have been set for longtime friend and colleague Barry T. Horn...more

Foreign journalists tour ITEC Center, Campus
Wu Yun landed at Brownsville – South Padre Island International Airport on Wednesday, Oct. 28, ready to start his first visit to the Rio Grande Valley and Matamoros...more

UTB/TSC Welcomes New Provost 
The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College will have a new provost on Thursday, Oct. 22...more

Kids Voting to benefit from birthday celebration 
Friends of Father Armand Matthew will gather in the shade of the Free Speech Area behind Gorgas Hall to celebrate Fr. Matthew’s 87th birthday from noon – 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 28...more

UTB/TSC Dedicates Recreation, Education and Kinesiology Center
The 65 student employees of the Recreation, Education and Kinesiology (REK) Center, sang and danced a routine shouting “ “Let’s be strong, Let’s be fit, Sting ’em hard, Sting ’em hard, Let’s sting ’em hard! ...more

Campus Construction Update
Click here to see October's construction update...more

Alumni honored at plaque unveiling ceremony
Longtime Brownsville business owners Johnny and Nena Cavazos were honored at a ceremony on Monday, Oct. 12, in the rotunda lobby of the Education and Business Complex at The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College...more

TSC alumnus sworn in as TCEQ commissioner
A Texas Southmost College alumnus visited his hometown on Wednesday, Oct. 7 to be formally sworn in as a commissioner for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality...more

Friedman gives insight into the intricacies of war at DLS student lecture
Defending a common language, culture and religion received from one’s parents and having a sense of place is why individuals and nations go to war, an Austin author and futurologist told area students at The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College’s Distinguished Lecture Series morning lecture on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at Jacob Brown Auditorium...more

UTB/TSC Professor Emeritus Norman L. Richard Leaves Legacy of Excellence and Commitment
Norman Lee Richard, retired professor of biological sciences at The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College, died Friday, Sept. 25 at Valley Regional Medical Center in Brownsville after a four month illness. He was 73...more

UTB/TSC RECEIVES FUNDING FROM DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Today, U.S. Rep. Solomon P. Ortiz announced The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College received more than $240,000 from the Department of Education for the implementation of a hybrid graduate program of study in Computer and Information Sciences...more

UTB/TSC AWARDED FUNDING FROM DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Today, U.S. Rep. Solomon P. Ortiz, TX-27, announced close to $300,000 in funding for the implementation of a master’s degree in Translation and Interpretation at The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College...more

UTB/TSC receives $5 million grant from NASA
The Center for Gravitational Wave Astronomy at The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College has received a $5 million grant from the NASA’s Group 5 University Research Center awards program...more

“The Big Squeeze entertains area students, campus community
Gloria Jean Cantu first picked up the accordion when she was 11 years old...more

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