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Welcoming new students, renewing friendships, and celebrating UTSA unity, Roadrunner Days kicks off today, August 23, 2019, and continues until September 7, 2019. Students busy with today’s Residence Hall Move-In, are invited to bring their families and friends to Rowdy’s Stop & Go for snacks and refreshments, and can wrap up the day with the premiere of the Spirit of San Antonio (SOSA). A complete list of the events, photos and more, is available at UTSA Roadrunner Days. (https://roadrunnerdays.utsa.edu/).

Classes start on Monday, August 26, 2019. Everyone Wear their Roadrunner Gear!

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UTSA to host Mexican American Studies academy for teachers

The University of Texas at San Antonio’s College of Education and Human Development is hosting the Mexican American Studies Teachers’ Academy June 17-21, 2019.

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Baptist Health foundation gift to help fund scholarships

The funds from a $50,000 gift from the Baptist Health Foundation will provide scholarships to students pursuing degrees in Nutrition and Dietetics, Counseling Mental Health, and Brain Health programs.

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Clark first to be featured in Speaker Series

Dr. Langston Clark, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, Health, and Nutrition, will be the first COEHD speaker featured in the 50th Anniversary Scholar Speaker Series. Utilizing historical, sociological, and cultural perspectives, Dr. Clark will present "Mind and Muscle: The Intersection of Black Intellectualism and Black Athleticism," on Tuesday, August 27, 2019, at The Garage at the Pearl located at 250 E. Grayson.

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Counseling Students awarded NBCC Fellowships

Helon Belton, Jennie Ho, and Mabel Diaz (L to R), Clinical Mental Health Counseling students, were recently awarded fellowships by the National Board for Certified Counselors Foundation (NBCCF), an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC). Created under NBCCF's Minority Fellowship program, the awards provide financial support to master’s- and doctoral-level counseling students who demonstrate a commitment to serving minority communities.

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