Jan 22 2021

Fiesta Oyster Bake canceled in 2021

The St. Mary’s University Alumni Association event will return in April 2022 To help ensure the community’s health and safety amid the pandemic, the St. Mary’s University Alumni Association today suspended Fiesta Oyster Bake for an additional …

Jan 22 2021
A female student reading a Bible in class.

Theology Department receives $25,000 grant for Bible literacy project

The Theology Department at St. Mary’s University received a $25,000 grant from the Catholic Biblical Association and Confraternity of Christian Doctrine to “foster love and explorations of Scripture in the Catholic communities of San Antonio and beyond,” said Professor and Chair of Theology Todd Hanneken, Ph.D.

Dec 28 2020
Todd Hanneken, Ph.D.

New Blume Library grant funds open source theology textbook

St. Mary’s University is among two universities to receive a grant this fall from Atla to fund the creation of open educational resources.  The grant to Blume Library will support the creation of a modular, open textbook supplemented with primary source readings and community-created content for the undergraduate Core Curriculum course Foundations of …

Dec 15 2020
Rowena Ortiz-Walters

St. Mary’s University appoints new Greehey School of Business Dean

New dean becomes first Latina to lead the business school St. Mary’s University today named Rowena Ortiz-Walters, Ph.D., Dean of the St. Mary’s University Greehey School of Business. Ortiz-Walters comes to St. Mary’s from SUNY Plattsburgh, a public liberal arts college that is part of …

Dec 14 2020
StMU Faculty Janet Armitage

St. Mary’s University creates Public Health certificate

Amid the greatest public health crisis in modern history, St. Mary’s University recently approved a new certificate allowing students to study Public Health within the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and affect change for the common good. The Public Health certificate created by the Sociology Department …

Dec 10 2020

St. Mary’s Law graduate overcomes obstacles on path to degree

Gilbert Vasquez III (B.B.A. ’02, M.B.A. ’05, J.D. ’20) is no stranger to adversity.  After four and a half years of law school, he is finally ready to (virtually) cross the stage.   It hasn’t been easy. Vasquez was originally set …

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