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Texas A&M University-San Antonio

Texas A&M University-San Antonio

incidents. Completed investigations will be forwarded to the District Attorney’s office for review and possible prosecution. The University will change a victim's academic and living situations after an alleged sex offense by making special accommodations such as distance learning options, if those changes are requested by the victim and are reasonably available. University disciplinary action may be imposed on individual students, recognized student organizations and/or University faculty and staff found in violation of the University sexual misconduct policy. In addition to any criminal prosecution, students may be placed on probation, suspended or expelled, for committing violent or criminal acts on campus or at campus related events. University disciplinary proceedings are detailed in the Texas A&M University-San Antonio Student Handbook. If a student is found guilty of sexual offense, the University may impose any of the primary sanctions such as expulsion, dismissal, suspension and banishment from campus. In accordance with the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 57, victims may use a
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Undergraduate Bulletin of TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-SAN ANTONIO. VOL. 1 April 2010 No. 1

Undergraduate Bulletin of TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-SAN ANTONIO. VOL. 1 April 2010 No. 1

The federal government and the State of Texas will provide funds to the university to enable students who qualify for these programs to secure on-campus employment. The university recommends that students secure a job which complements and reinforces their educational program and vocational goals. Students who are enrolled for at least half-time status, are citizens or permanent residents of the United States, have demonstrated financial need, are maintaining satisfactory progress, are not in default on any student loan made through or approved by an institution and who do not owe a refund on any grant previously received are eligible. Students must have been awarded and accepted the Work-Study award before being referred for an interview. Acceptance of the Work-Study award is not a promise of a job; it establishes eligibility. When the terms begin and during the school year, jobs are posted on the bulletin board across from the Welcome Center. Students who have established eligibility and meet the job requirements (if any) can request to be referred for an interview. Continuation in the job depends on funds available and the student’s job performance. Previous employment does not guarantee continued employment.
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Undergraduate Bulletin of TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-SAN ANTONIO. VOL. 2 January 2011 No. 2

Undergraduate Bulletin of TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-SAN ANTONIO. VOL. 2 January 2011 No. 2

The School of Education and Kinesiology is committed to serving the needs of the region by preparing qualified professionals to assume positions of responsibility and leadership in a global society. Reflective of this mission, the School of Education and Kinesiology is dedicated to supporting and retaining quality faculty and staff who nurture and optimize student opportunities while simultaneously pursuing high academic, professional and personal standards that promote student achievement and life-long learning. The School of Education and Kinesiology serves an ethnically diverse population that comprises the university’s student base and seeks to work cooperatively with area early childhood through grade 12 educators, education service centers, area community colleges, community and business leaders and professional organizations in promoting excellence in education at all levels. Students are expected to uphold the Texas Educator’s Code of Ethics as well as the standards of professional organizations in their fields of study.
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Texas A&M University San Antonio University Catalog

Texas A&M University San Antonio University Catalog

The School of Education & Kinesiology is committed to serving the needs of the region by preparing qualified professionals to assume positions of responsibility and leadership in a global society. Reflective of this mission, the School of Education & Kinesiology is dedicated to supporting and retaining quality faculty and staff who nurture and optimize student opportunities while simultaneously pursuing high academic, professional and personal standards that promote student achievement and life-long learning. The School of Education & Kinesiology serves an ethnically diverse population that comprises the university’s student base and seeks to work cooperatively with area early childhood through grade 12 educators, education service centers, area community colleges, community and business leaders, and professional organizations in promoting excellence in education at all levels. Students are expected to uphold the Texas Educator’s Code of Ethics as well as the standards of professional organizations in their fields of study.
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Fuhui Tong, Ph.D., Texas A&M University Aida E. Pérez, M.A., Texas A&M University AERA, 2009 San Diego, CA

Fuhui Tong, Ph.D., Texas A&M University Aida E. Pérez, M.A., Texas A&M University AERA, 2009 San Diego, CA

Do bilingual/ESL teachers differ in teaching efficacy as a result of type of certification, years of teaching, and route to certification.. Do bilingual/ESL teachers differ in their at[r]

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Children’s Lives on the Border

Children’s Lives on the Border

The authors have 35 years combined experience advocating for such children. Dr Son, a professor of pediatrics in the Division of Critical Care at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA), has extensive experience teaching and providing medical care on the Texas-Mexico border and areas of limited resources. Dr Grif fi n is a pe- diatrician at Brownsville Community Health Center, a federally quali fi ed health center in south Texas, and is clinical faculty at UTHSCSA. Eliot Shapleigh served as Texas state senator from 1997 to 2011. Senator Shapleigh ’ s political career continues to focus on the needs of border children.
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Trichoderma longibrachiatum infection in a pediatric patient with aplastic anemia

Trichoderma longibrachiatum infection in a pediatric patient with aplastic anemia

The fungal culture obtained from the initial biopsy specimen was sent to the Fungus Testing Laboratory, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, for further identifica- tion and antifungal susceptibility testing. The organism was subsequently identified as a Trichoderma species, not T. viride, based on its growth characteristics and the appearance of the conidia. Susceptibility testing by broth macrodilution (National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards standard) re- vealed that the organism was resistant to fluconazole (MIC $ 64 m g/ml) and flucytosine (5FC) (MIC $ 64 m g/ml) and inter- mediate to AmB (MIC 5 2 m g/ml) and itraconazole (MIC 5 2 m g/ml). Identification to the species level by molecular tech- niques (G. Samuels, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Belts- ville, Md.) established that the isolate was T. longibrachiatum. Discussion. The genus Trichoderma was first described by Persoon in 1794 as a green fungus growing on fallen branches and other substrates, and he established that it is a hyphomy- cete (19). Its presence in soil was reported by Oudemans and Koning in 1902 (19). The isolation of the species in various parts of the world led to the conclusion that this genus was one of the main components of the soil mycoflora (19). Tri- choderma has also been isolated from the air (3). In the early 1900s, extensive descriptions of the genus Trichoderma and the variability of its species revealed significant difficulty in differ- entiating one species from another. A revision of the taxonomy
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The Writing Program The University of Texas at San Antonio. WRC and WRC Freshman Composition I

The Writing Program The University of Texas at San Antonio. WRC and WRC Freshman Composition I

Instructor: Jason B. Treviño Email: jason.trevino@utsa.edu Office: HSS 3.02.54 TEL: 458-7745 Office Hours: M and W 3:00-4:00 p.m. Class Times/Rooms: MWF 1:00 - 1:50 p.m. (MB 1.124) and 2:00-2:50 p.m. (MB 1.102) COURSE DESCRIPTION

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Fatal disseminated infection caused by Myceliophthora thermophila, a new agent of mycosis: case history and laboratory characteristics

Fatal disseminated infection caused by Myceliophthora thermophila, a new agent of mycosis: case history and laboratory characteristics

The isolate as well as unstained tissue slides were sent to the Fungus Testing Laboratory, Department of Pathology, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio UTHSC for ide[r]

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Dr. Candace Christensen. Assistant Professor, University of Texas San Antonio, Social Work Department

Dr. Candace Christensen. Assistant Professor, University of Texas San Antonio, Social Work Department

“Organizational Climate and Sexual Assault Prevention: UTSA in Comparative Perspective” January 2015 – indefinite. UTSA awarded a $4,000 grant to support this research. To further fund this research, a request for funding will be submitted to the Fahs-Beck Research Fund, the Ruth Landes Memorial Foundation, or the Feminist Review Trust in Spring 2015. This study focuses on assessing the campus climate at a federally designated research institution. This assessment will include disseminating a campus climate survey designed by the Rutger’s University Violence Institute to a diverse sample of students, staff, and faculty at a large state university in the Southwest. The survey assesses attitudes and behaviors associated with the acceptance and perpetration of sexual violence. To triangulate these findings, the research team will conduct focus group interviews and engage students in a participatory action Photovoice research project. The findings from this research will be used to inform policy, intervention, and evaluation development and implementation for the university and these implications may be transferrable to similar institutions.
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Root formation

Root formation

Int J Dr' IIi,,! 39 ~31 ~37 (1995) 231 Root formation H,F THOMAS' Department of Pediatric Dentistry, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas USA ABSTRACT This paper provides an o[.]

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The University of Texas at San Antonio Office of Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management Recycling Management Plan

The University of Texas at San Antonio Office of Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management Recycling Management Plan

Environmental Protection Agency and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality recycling program. Our goal is to reduce the amount of waste which would otherwise end up on our local landfill. This recycling program focuses on paper, corrugated cardboard and commingled aluminum, plastic and glass. Toner ink cartridges are also recycled.

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Physical Therapy Marketing Success :: physical therapy assistant schools usa

Physical Therapy Marketing Success :: physical therapy assistant schools usa

a&m, physical therapy schools rankings 2013, physical therapy assistant jobs in san antonio texas, physical therapy assistant program syracuse ny, physical therapy schools around minnesota, advanced health physical therapy sandusky ohio, physical therapy assistant school maine, physical therapy assistant school columbia mo, physical therapy assistant classes in ky, physical therapy aide jobs texas, physical therapy aide salary nj , physical therapist assistant schools in maryland, american physical therapy association salaries,

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Welcome - Graywater Demonstration Project Mitchell Lake Audubon Center, San Antonio Texas

Welcome - Graywater Demonstration Project Mitchell Lake Audubon Center, San Antonio Texas

2) What is the nature of the landscape to be irrigated? Plants which require lots of water to survive may need additional watering in addition to the graywater; that defeats the purpose of installing a graywater system in the first place. Native and other well-adapted plants, adapted to dry conditions in Texas, will likely thrive using the additional moisture provided by a graywater irrigation system. Also, graywater systems are best suited to watering distinct plants rather than smaller plants spread over a large area.

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Diana Macias-Ollervidez Office of the Assistant Vice President for Financial Affairs and Controller The University of Texas at San Antonio

Diana Macias-Ollervidez Office of the Assistant Vice President for Financial Affairs and Controller The University of Texas at San Antonio

UTSA is the second-largest component in The University of Texas System and has been one of the state's fastest-growing public universities for much of the last decade with more than 28,400 students currently enrolled in 131 undergraduate and graduate degree programs.

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QUICK REFERENCE FLORIDA AUTO POLICY Fredericksburg Road San Antonio, Texas 78288

QUICK REFERENCE FLORIDA AUTO POLICY Fredericksburg Road San Antonio, Texas 78288

share in the recovery, will pay share o f the legal expenses. share is that A. I f make a payment under this policy and percent o f the legal expenses that the the person t o o r f o r w h o m payment was amount recover bears t o the total made has a right t o recover damages f r o m recovery. This does not apply t o any amounts another, will be subrogated t o that right. recovered o r recoverable by f r o m any That person shall do whatever is necessary other insurer under any inter-insurer t o enable t o exercise rights, and shall arbitration agreement.

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Original Article The Laboratory Opossum ( Monodelphis domestica ) as a Natural Mammalian Model for Human Cancer Research

Original Article The Laboratory Opossum ( Monodelphis domestica ) as a Natural Mammalian Model for Human Cancer Research

of Pathology, The Methodist Hospital, Houston, Texas, 77030; 2Department of Genetics, Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research, San Antonio, TX 78227; 3Department of Comparative Medi[r]

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Austin and San Antonio

Austin and San Antonio

In his 16 years with Data Foundry, Ed has held a variety of positions from first line tech support to customer service, system administration and network administration - covering any role or task that needed attention to get Data Foundry off the ground. Recently, Ed led the design and construction of Texas 1, Data Foundry’s flagship data center on the Data Ranch campus, open- ing in Austin, Texas in June 2011.

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United States Bankruptcy Court Western District of Texas San Antonio Division

United States Bankruptcy Court Western District of Texas San Antonio Division

responses to requests for admission. On July 20, 2005, the clerk of court set the motion for hearing on August 2, 2005 at 9:30 a.m. Notice of the setting was given to defendant, through counsel. On August 1, 2005, the day before the scheduled hearing, defendant’s counsel, Hugo Xavier de los Santos, filed a motion to continue the hearing set for the next day. De Los Santos claimed that he could not attend because he was also scheduled to be in Brownsville, Texas for a court-ordered mediation for another case at the same time. The motion did not explain why he was not aware of this scheduling conflict until the day before. De los Santos communicated his dilemma to plaintiff, John Patrick Lowe, who generously agreed not to contest the request for continuance, provided the court was agreeable as well. Lowe appeared at the hearing the next day, and relayed both De los Santos’ desire for a continuance, and the fact that he (Lowe) did not oppose it.
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Hebel Wall Panels are custommanufactured

Hebel Wall Panels are custommanufactured

Xella AAC Texas, Inc., located in San Antonio and San Juan, Texas, distributes lightweight steel- reinforced, precast wall panel that delivers a fast and efficient building material for solid wall construction. These vertical and horizontal wall panels, which can be installed as exterior non-load bearing walls in commercial applications or as firewalls, are intended to respond to today’s design challenges for increased energy efficiency, fire safety, and sound transmission, as well as increased concern over construction safety and resultant libilities. A consequence, exciting new design applications using Xella Texas’s AAC, are almost unlimited. These building components are made of autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC), a result of German research and technological advanced. Hebel Wall Panels are designed to increase the speed of commercial, industrial and institutional construction and are a
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