Around Javelina Nation Scroll down and see what is happening on campus for the week of 5/1

We talked to students around Javelina Nation and found out what they are doing to prepare for finals this semester. Watch the video above to learn more!

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The new music building will be nearly three times as large as the current Bellamah Music Building. The university expects to break ground on the project this summer. Read more about it from Corpus Christi Caller-Times.

About 240 engineering students showed off projects that they worked on for most of the school year during the College of Engineering’s Senior Design Day. Click on the links below to see the local news coverage of Javelina Engineering.

The Presidents of Texas A&M University-Kingsville and Southwest Texas Junior College met in Kingsville May 1 to sign a Memorandum of Understanding articulation agreement allowing engineering students to make an easy transition between the two entities.

Dozens of faculty and staff members were honored Wednesday for their continued dedication to Javelina Nation. The Years of Service Awards recognize faculty and staff who have served the university for 10-40 years.

Fred Nuesch, coordinator for external relations for Javelina Athletics, is featured in the 60th anniversary issue of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) magazine. Nuesch, former sports information director, is a long-time active member of CoSIDA. The story featuring Nuesch is entitled CoSIDA Cornerstones and is found on pages 16-17 of the magazine.

A&M-Kingsville faculty and staff enjoyed some tranquil time on Thursday, May 4. Several stations were set up by Student Health and Wellness to promote a healthy lifestyle, including yoga, massages and a coloring station.

Last week, students Eric Andrew Cardona, Feyisayo Edalende and Ashley Rosenbaum (featured L-R with Dr. Richard Miller, professor and chair of psychology and sociology department) presented their research at the Phi Kappa Phi Undergraduate Research Forum. The three students, who had previously won recognition for their posters at the Javelina Symposium, presented and answered questions about their research. Their faculty mentors are Maria E. Velez-Hernandez and Daniel Burt.

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