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Bulldogs Reunite in Seoul, South Korea

Bulldogs Reunite in Seoul, South Korea

November 29, 2018

During a professional site visit this fall, Charla Bailey, TLU’s director of international education, had the opportunity to visit several Bulldogs studying and living in Seoul, South Korea.

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​Leadership Group Partners with Make-A-Wish® Foundation

​Leadership Group Partners with Make-A-Wish® Foundation

November 26, 2018

The TLU National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) chapter has partnered with Kerrville-Tivy High School student Zackary Reyna as he collects 54,000 letters to Santa for Macy’s Believe Campaign.

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​Student Projects Benefit Seguin Nonprofits

​Student Projects Benefit Seguin Nonprofits

November 20, 2018

What began as an assignment for students in Professor Judith Hoffmann’s Empathy For Social Change course has significantly improved spaces for two local nonprofits. Their work has resulted in...

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Hunger Banquet Brings Poverty Statistics To Life

Hunger Banquet Brings Poverty Statistics To Life

November 14, 2018

The ​Oxfam Hunger Banquet is a deeply impactful event where participants are invited to attend a meal where they will learn about world hunger and poverty.

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Academic Support Center Certified by International Tutoring Program

Academic Support Center Certified by International Tutoring Program

October 18, 2018

The TLU Academic Support Center has earned certification Levels One and Two through the International Tutor Training Program of the College Reading (ITTPC) and Learning Association. To earn ITTPC...

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Student’s Growing Interest in Botany Leads to Prestigious Research Experience

Student’s Growing Interest in Botany Leads to Prestigious Research Experience

September 5, 2018

​Although Senior Marquise Gates loves football, he enjoys science even more. The former TLU corner back especially loves botany. As an environmental biology major, Gates made the decision his junior year to focus on his growing interest in plants.

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​Lunch Discussions Focus on Improving Civil Discourse

​Lunch Discussions Focus on Improving Civil Discourse

August 31, 2018

As part of efforts to reinforce the importance of civil discourse on campus, Math Professor Dr. Betseygail Rand is leading several discussions throughout the academic year.

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Alumna’s Research Focuses on Developing New Biosensor

Alumna’s Research Focuses on Developing New Biosensor

May 20, 2018

​Nicole Pollok ’15 understands the power and reach of science. The molecular biology and chemistry double major is a graduate research assistant whose work focuses on developing a biosensor patients could use to monitor heart failure.

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