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​Children’s Book Emphasizes the Power of a Mother’s Love

​Children’s Book Emphasizes the Power of a Mother’s Love

April 13, 2017

When Professor Shannon Ivey sat down to write a book for her newborn son Isaac back in 2009, she didn’t do it with the intention of ever publishing.

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​Education Major Honored for Work With Military Children

​Education Major Honored for Work With Military Children

April 12, 2017

Fort Sam Houston Elementary recognizes Student Teacher Brianna Hinson for her lessons about what it means to be a military child.

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STEM Students Present to Texas Academy of Sciences

STEM Students Present to Texas Academy of Sciences

March 27, 2017

Students and faculty recently attended the 120th Annual Meeting of the Texas Academy of Sciences.

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​Alumna Joins Semi-Professional Soccer Team

​Alumna Joins Semi-Professional Soccer Team

March 14, 2017

Kelly Lochte ‘16 is passionate about two things: fitness and soccer. A personal trainer and middle school coach, the former TLU athlete is returning to the pitch as a member of the new semi-professional women’s team the San Antonio Athenians.

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Faculty Form Women in STEM Group

Faculty Form Women in STEM Group

March 3, 2017

Texas Lutheran University Physics Department Chair Dr. Toni Sauncy credits the guidance of a very influential female professor as to why she pursued physics.

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Exhibit Showcases the Art of Imperfection

Exhibit Showcases the Art of Imperfection

January 20, 2017

Marshall K. Harris finds beauty in the imperfections of everyday objects. His current exhibit at Texas Lutheran University’s Kraushaar Gallery is inspired by his love of history, texture, and what he calls an obsession with detail.

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