Jun 15th, 2015 by Stephanie Ozuna
The Graduate School at the University of Texas- Pan American would like to congratulate Dr. Roberto Curci on his recent appointment as the Dean of the Brennan School of Business at the Dominican University. Curci holds a doctorate in international business and finance from UTPA. To read full press release, click here.
Jun 5th, 2015 by Alex Garrido
To Whom It May Concern:
We are seeking an SLP to assist us in our continuing growth.
LNC Health Services, Inc. is a pediatric home health company providing speech, occupational and physical therapy primarily in Montgomery County. Our offices are located in Conroe just 45 miles north of Houston on I-45.
Our ideal candidate would provide evaluations, SLPA supervision, and possibly carry a caseload. We understand a new graduate (CFY) would not be in a position to supervise for a year. However, they could provide evaluations and carry a caseload while they worked toward their CCC.
- Two years of supervision experience is preferred (CCC); however, not necessary
- Flexible schedule; you create your own schedule
- No weekends or nights required
- Company provides supplies
- Experience in Home Health is a plus but is not necessary
- Bilingual in English/Spanish would be a great plus
- Must have SLP/ Speech-Language Pathologist current state license
- Current CPR certification required
- Valid driver’s license and auto insurance required
- Electronic medical records utilized
- Highly competitive rates
Our company provides children with the best speech therapy available.
We are also focused on our therapist’s quality of life; not just revenue generation.
We invite interest from therapists in other home health agencies, schools and clinic settings, who are interested in having more flexibility and freedom in their lives.
New SLP graduates are welcome. We will consider CFY.
Interested parties may send their information to:
May 19th, 2015 by Carlos C. Molina
Iliana Cantu, Master of Arts in Communication Studies, 2014
What are you doing now?
I am a real estate agent with Keller Williams Realty.
What are your career goals?
I plan to pursue a doctorate degree in Communication Studies with a focus on Interpersonal and Organizational Communication. I intend to teach at a university.
What has your UTPA graduate education done for you?
My UTPA graduate education helped me acquire the skills needed to succeed in multiple aspects of my life. In addition, my UTPA graduate education has also given me the confidence and knowledge to set high goals and organize plans to achieve them.
How do you feel about your UTPA experience?
I love UTPA. The faculty was passionate and enthusiastic about the material and ensured that all concepts were understood. I also had to the opportunity to be a Graduate Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant. I was able to learn firsthand what it’s like to teach at the university level. I discovered my love for teaching and doing research. Overall, it was a great experience and I’m grateful for everything I learned.
Best tip(s) for success?
I’d say staying organized and having short term and long-term goals is key. Making daily to-do lists greatly increases productivity. Definitely staying positive and looking at challenges as opportunities to grow instead of a setback.
Do you have any advice for prospective students?
Learn how to manage your time as soon as possible. Get involved with your department. Volunteering for presentations and other activities will not only help you get to know your professors, but it will also give you valuable experience that you can add to your resume or curriculum vita.
May 7th, 2015 by Alex Garrido
Lagace Consulting is looking for a part-time assistant with interest and experience in research, writing, and project management.
Must be super organized and detail oriented. Send resumes or request detailed job description: email@example.com
Apr 30th, 2015 by Carlos C. Molina
UTB (soon to be UTRGV) offers a TxVSN approved Professional Development (PD), or an internal graduate document of completion for Online K-12 Instruction/TxVSN Digital Literacies.
This PD is for any subject instructor, grades 3-12, to teach through www.txvsn.org, under the authority of the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Please see http://www.utb.edu/its/olt/Pages/OnlineK12.aspx.
Apply today: https://www.applytexas.org
If you take 2 classes together, the cost drops.****
UTB is joining forces with UT Pan Am in August 2015 to become UTRGV. Students accepted and enrolled in UTB classes this summer will be guaranteed UTRGV admission if they maintain at least a 3.0 GPA.
Please contact Dr. Kathy Bussert-Webb, UTB, Full Professor and Program Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org (956) 882-7595
Apr 22nd, 2015 by Carlos C. Molina
You’re busy, we know how that goes. Many things come up and before you know it, the deadline has past.
So we’re giving all still interested CHCI-UHF Scholar Internship Applicants extra time to finish their application!
EXTENDED Deadline: April 24, 2015
About the Program: The CHCI-United Health Foundation Scholar Intern Program is designed to allow students pursuing a career in health to not only receive monetary support for their education, but also gain hands-on experience in a health related field through an 80-hour paid internship.
Click here for a full description of the program:
For any questions please reach out to email@example.com.
Apr 20th, 2015 by Carlos C. Molina
1. Meet with your academic advisor to review your degree plan.
2. Activate your UTRGV account. (Emails were sent out)
3. Go to http://my.utrgv.edu/ and register.
Apr 14th, 2015 by Carlos C. Molina
Apply Now to our Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Grant Competition! Deadline: Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Did you know that the U.S. Department of Education provides grants to support doctoral dissertation research in modern foreign languages and area studies?
The Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) Fellowship Program provides opportunities to doctoral candidates to engage in full-time dissertation research abroad in modern foreign languages and area studies.
See our DDRA grantees in action:
DDRA Fellows: Christopher Butler, FY 2012, University of Santa Cruz, Title: Water Unites, Water Divides: Resistance to the West Seti and Upper Karnali Dams in Nepal; Maria Martin, FY 2013, Michigan State University, Title: Gendering African Nationalism; Mohamed Rafiq, FY 2013, Brown University, Title: Shaykhs and the State – The Incorporation of Tanzanian Shaykhs in Biopolitical Projects in Pre and Post Ujamaa Era; Heather Fair, FY 2014, Ohio State University, Title: Glacier Stream Conceptual Model and Physiological Mechanisms of Aquatic Insects.
Interested? Click here to learn more and apply!
DDRA is facilitated out of the Office of International and Foreign Language Education (IFLE) at the Office of Postsecondary Education. To learn more about the scope of IFLE’s grant programs, please visit our home page or follow us on Twitter at @GoGlobal.
Apr 14th, 2015 by Carlos C. Molina