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UTSA faculty, staff travel to Laredo to welcome newly admitted Roadrunners

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Greeting new Roadrunners in Laredo are Claudia Flores '13 (third from left) and Joaquin Villarreal '02

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(May 21, 2014) -- Staff members from the UTSA Office of P-20 Initiatives and Office of Admissions were in Laredo last weekend to welcome newly admitted Roadrunners and their parents.

Representatives from Undergraduate Admissions, Financial Aid, Alumni Association and Academic Advising answered questions and provided information on the next steps for enrolling at UTSA.

The event also was a homecoming for UTSA professors Amaury Nora and Laura Rendon in the UTSA College of Education and Human Development (COEHD). The Laredo natives are co-directors of the COEHD Center for Research and Policy in Education. Both offered inspiring words and welcomed students to the UTSA Roadrunner family.

Additionally, Isidro Alaniz '90, Webb County district attorney, spoke to the group about his being part of a family of many successful UTSA alumni.



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