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Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families

Meet a Roadrunner: Justin Stout

Meet a Roadrunner: Justin Stout

Army veteran endured two dozen surgeries to heal military injuries and earn his degrees

Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families

Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families

Welcome to San Antonio!

Welcome to San Antonio!

Your New Military Home…

Taking the Hassle

Taking the Hassle

- out of transitioning to a new school

Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families

Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families

Welcome

Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families

Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families

Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families

Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families

Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families

Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families

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Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families
501 W. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd.
Buena Vista Building, 1.302F & 1.302G

Email: military.family@utsa.edu

Carmen Fies
Center Director & Associate Professor
T: 210.458.5967

Nathan Gurulé
Administrative Associate I
T: 210.458.2608





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The Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families



The Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families (the "Center") is housed in the College of Education and Human Development (COEHD) at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA).


The vision of the Center is to enhance the daily experiences of military families. The Center's mission is the holistic engagement with the often-challenging circumstances families experience in military service, with particular attention to the well-being of military-connected children. The long-term goals of the Center are to serve the military community through practical means, as well as through contributing to research and theory that aims to better understand how to mediate challenging circumstances in the lives of military families. The Center seeks to meet these goals by leveraging existing internal and external resources in a collaborative approach. In the process, the Center will become an integral part of the network of resources available to military families, and of UTSA's infrastructure.


 

 

 

 

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Student organization promotes undergraduate education research

Jun 27, 2016 | posted by Jo Ann Jones

The Texas Foreign/Second Language Education Student Organization in the Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies is helping to bridge the gap between undergraduate students and education research through their project, “Developing Undergraduate Researchers and Leaders.”

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