A&M-Kingsville celebrated Black Heritage Month with a unity walk on campus. The unity walk was created as a celebration of the rich diversity that represents Texas A&M-Kingsville.
Students, faculty and staff from various departments and organizations came together to walk around University Boulevard.
Online industrial engineering ranked among the best in the nation
The online industrial engineering master’s program at Texas A&M University-Kingsville has been ranked 66th in the nation in the Best Online Engineering Program category by U.S. News and World Report, for 2018.
In 2017, the program was ranked between 72 and 94 indicting that the A&M-Kingsville program is improving its ranking. There are currently about 32 students in the program and most of those are employed when they enrolled.
The online program offers the same contents and has the same standards as the face-to-face classes and includes two certificate programs.
The Texas A&M-Kingsville program scored highest in faculty credentials and training and services and technologies.
Partnership between Naval Air Stations and A&M-Kingsville featured on Kiii TV
Watch the segment Military Matters: Homegrown at the link below.
Javelinas spotted in downtown Corpus Christi
“That’s not a typical habitat for javelinas,” Dr. David Hewitt, Leroy G. Denman, Jr. Endowed Director of Wildlife Research says. “So, there’s some reason why they’re down there.”
Watch the video below to learn what Hewitt explains may be the reason for their appearance in Corpus Christi.
A&M-Kingsville professor’s study links Super Bowl outcome to stock market
“When a team from the NFC wins, the stock market tends to rise,” Texas A&M Kingsville Finance Professor Dr. Thomas Krueger said. “If a team from the AFC wins, the stock market tends to fall.”
Hear more about what Dr. Krueger had to say at the link below:
Exhibit brings fabric show to Bailey Gallery
Celeste De Luna is a printmaker from the lower Rio Grande Valley and her deep South Texas roots are reflected in her fabric art installation entitled Domestic Duty, now on display at the Ben Bailey Art Gallery at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The exhibit will continue through Thursday, Feb. 28. The artist’s talk will be at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8, in room 189 in the Bailey Art Building. The reception with the artist will be held at 5 p.m. Feb. 8 in the gallery.
Texas Association for Bilingual Education (RGV-TABE) 24th Annual Conference
The Rio Grande Valley - Texas Association for Bilingual Education (RGV-TABE) hosted their 24th Annual Conference at the Convention Center at South Padre Island, Texas. January 18-19, 2019.
Texas A&M-Kingsville was represented by faculty and students in attendance. Undergraduate bilingual education group TASBE-RGV facilitated sessions on Thursday, January 18 as volunteers, in which their duties included ensuring that all participants had documentation of attendance at their sessions. TASBE-RGV faculty sponsor, Dr. Gina Garza-Reyna is serving as President Elect of RGV-TABE and serves on the executive committee. In addition, one of our adjunct faculty, Mrs. Karina Chapa also serves on the Board of RGV-TABE as Past-President.
The Department of Teacher & Bilingual Education had an exibitor booth at the conference, promoting our College of Education and Human Performance and our graduate and doctoral programs in Bilingual Education. Dr. Guzman, Associate Professor of Bilingual Education manned the exhibit table with assistance from TASBE-RGV members Bianey Hernandez, Perla Tagle and Andrea Zuniga (pictured above).
Recruiting future Javelinas
Faculty and staff from the Dick and Mary Lewis Kleberg College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Human Sciences are looking to bring more students to A&M-Kingsville.
Academic Advisors Javier Mendoza, Shelly Salazar and Carla Winterbottom and faculty Dr. Steven Chumbley, and Dr. Shad Nelson recently spoke with high school students to show them what A&M-Kingsville has to offer.