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August 29, 2008
Feedback is being sought from those who attended this week's Fall Convocation ceremony. Ideas and comments provided in the online survey will be reviewed to help create the best experience for new UTSA students and employees. The 10-minute survey will help achieve the event's goal -- to instill pride and a sense of excitement about joining the UTSA family.
Complete the Fall Convocation survey now.
Judith Gardner, former director of the UTSA Writing Program, died in May after the close of the semester. A memorial service, open to the UTSA community, will be conducted at noon, Friday, Sept. 5 in the University Center Denman Room (2.01.28) on the 1604 Campus. Speakers will include John Frederick, provost and vice president for academic affairs, and Lawrence Williams, dean of undergraduate studies. Gardner's family will attend the service.
Read more about Judith Gardner on UTSA Today.
More information: Hortencia Sauceda, 458-5340
UTSA faculty or staff members whose families or friends have benefited from State Employee Charitable Campaign agencies are needed to share their stories about the positive impact of the various charities SECC supports. As in years past, feature stories will be posted on UTSA Today during the October campaign. Those with stories to share do not need to write a story, but can be interviewed.
If you would like to share a story, contact SECC planning committee member Daniel Gelo, dean of the College of Liberal and Fine Arts, 458-4350
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