Read on to hear about our trip to Washington D.C., get an update on our renovation progress at the new Headquarters, meet our newest visitors Elsa and Diana, and, of course, hear about the progress of the Alexandria Project.
In parallel with the dramatic growth that has seen the student body grow to nearly 39,000 students, Texas State University has also become more representative of the State of Texas’ population as a whole. This growth reflects the mission of the university to serve the citizens of Texas and to play a leading role in preparing the workforce for the coming decades. The latest… Read more »
The Growery. We had quite a setback from Harvey and the 2 hard freezes, but the surviving plants have now revealed themselves, and we have sorted through most of them and put them on display. Emma Shelly has made us some new signs for the most-common offerings. We have also planted many seeds over the winter, and have MANY new plants coming up. Workdays have been started again… Read more »
Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin is launching two new projects around population and mental health to advance its efforts to improve health and health care in Central Texas. These projects were made possible by two grants awarded by the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation.
Based upon what the national media, NCAA committee members and staff, the participating schools and fans have said, the 2018 NCAA® Men’s Final Four® in San Antonio is being considered one of the best in the history of the event. Since San Antonio won the bid in 2014, the San Antonio Local Organizing Committee (SALOC) has worked tirelessly on the multitude of events, operations and tasks… Read more »
Donors Account for Nearly Two-Thirds of Harassers 🙁
Deaths from Alcohol, Drugs and Suicide Reach Highest Level Ever Recorded
Spring Fling and the Art Auction! Spring Fling is here and we couldn’t be more excited! Quintana Sanctuaries is in full bloom and already being visited by travel-weary birds. Stop by from April 7th to May 6th anytime from 9 am – 4 pm daily to wander the beautiful grounds and see what migrants have set up camp at the Sanctuaries. Quintana… Read more »
We take pride in our scientific research and methods. We love to share our discoveries and experiences with our peers. Conferences like the SAA annual meeting allow us to communicate our research methods and findings to our colleagues and also receive advice, thoughts, and evaluations from them.
U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in rankings and civic journalism, in collaboration with the Aetna Foundation, the independent charitable and philanthropic arm of Aetna, today announced the inaugural Healthiest Communities rankings. The new report evaluated nearly 3,000 communities nationwide across 10 categories, from education and population health to infrastructure and economy. In addition to assessing which communities offer their citizens the greatest opportunity to live a productive, healthy life, the rankings offer insight into the best approaches for improving public health that can be shared and implemented across the country.
Every year, the country’s best chefs join together with one goal in mind: end childhood hunger in America by supporting No Kid Hungry Dinners presented by Citi. In more than a dozen cities across the nation, guests enjoy a one-of-a-kind dining experience curated by each city’s premier culinary talent and participate in unique food, travel and lifestyle auctions – all while raising funds for No Kid Hungry, Share Our Strength’s campaign to end childhood hunger in America.
In San Antonio, we are proud to be hosted for the second time by Chef John Brand at Hotel Emma. In addition to delicious food and find
The graduate program in Criminal Justice at Texas State University has been named among the Best Grad Schools in Criminology for 2018 by U.S. News and World Report.
THEY, WHO SOUND
Presented in collaboration with Nameless Sound
Experimental sound making, improvised music, noises,
the sounding of art, and the performance of art and…
Different Artists and Performers
Every Monday at Lawndale
Two distinct sets each night
We have some fun low- and no-cost events coming up! Find your next new-to-you read, learn some new poetry skills, or show off your poetry chops in our competition!
The Mountain Chickadee (Poecile gambeli) is a common year round resident in the mountains of West Texas (predominantly the Guadalupe and Davis Mountains) where they live in coniferous forest. There are occasional records for this species in lower elevations, including the desert scrub of the Trans-Pecos regions, predominantly during the winter as well as a few records in the western Panhandle. The Mountain… Read more »
Born of a desire to bring the many members of the North Texas poetry community into conversation with each other, The Common Language Project places participants in the same room and turns them loose to dream.
The much anticipated Dress for Success® annual Spring sale is upon us and this year, we are taking full advantage of all the Fiesta fun!
The Texas State University System Board of Regents has authorized Texas State University to offer an Executive Master of Healthcare Administration (EMHA) degree program via distance education.
More than 300 conference attendees will visit Alamo Heights High School on Tuesday
On March 22nd, every gift of $20 or more will go further in supporting our mission. As our way of saying thank you, you will receive our inaugural 2018 FVPS FIESTA MEDAL.