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Graduate Derek Cantu Awarded ER Nurse of The Year by Baylor Scott & White

Graduate Derek Cantu Awarded ER Nurse of The Year by Baylor Scott & White

May 16, 2019

Baylor Scott & White Health hospital in Dallas has recognized Texas Lutheran University graduate Derek Cantu ’17 as the 2019 Emergency Department RN of The Year for his dedication to patients and outstanding teamwork.

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Political Science Graduate Mentoring At-Risk Youth with City Year AmeriCorps

Political Science Graduate Mentoring At-Risk Youth with City Year AmeriCorps

May 14, 2019

​As a native of San Antonio’s West Side, Sal Acosta ’17 understands the obstacles many neighborhood children face when it comes to their education. An English-Language Learner (ELL) until middle school, Acosta admits having a classroom mentor would have made a huge difference. The political science major has now stepped into that role for students at Lanier High School, also on the city’s West Side, as a City Year AmeriCorps member.

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​Home Run Dugout Business Model Hitting It Out Of The Park

​Home Run Dugout Business Model Hitting It Out Of The Park

May 9, 2019

Alumnus Glynn Bloomquist is now the chairman and co-Founder of Home Run Dugout, a Texas-based entertainment company featuring a baseball themed batting endeavor with a food and beverage component.

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Alumna Using Data to Positively Impact People

Alumna Using Data to Positively Impact People

April 22, 2019

As a data analyst for the Kronkosky Charitable Foundation in San Antonio, Sharon Huffman ‘18 sifts through information daily while tracking demographics, timelines, and events as part of a collective network to serve clients.

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​STEM Graduate Awarded Prestigious NSF Fellowship

​STEM Graduate Awarded Prestigious NSF Fellowship

April 15, 2019

Vanessa Espinoza ’17 now joins Nobel Prize winners like U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu and Google founder Sergey Brin as a recipient of the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship.

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Angel Duncan ‘00 Merges Science and Art in Work With Alzheimer’s Patients

Angel Duncan ‘00 Merges Science and Art in Work With Alzheimer’s Patients

April 1, 2019

As a clinician and director of education at the Neuropsychiatric Research Center of Southwest Florida, alumna Angel Duncan’s work with Alzheimer’s patients merges science and art.

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Graduate Pursuing Advanced Degrees in Dual Psychology-Law Program

Graduate Pursuing Advanced Degrees in Dual Psychology-Law Program

March 14, 2019

Josh Haby ‘09 works as a graduate research assistant and business manager for Scientific Resources for the Law at the University of Nebraska Lincoln—a group that provides research and support services to trial consultants while offering students the opportunity to gain applied trial consulting experience.

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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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