Denise Treviño is a senior communications major at Texas A&M University-San Antonio. Born and raised in the Alamo City, she has always aspired to make a difference in her community. She hopes to grow her storytelling skills and delve deeper into the world of multimedia journalism through her current work at university. After graduation, she looks forward to pursuing a career that allows her to tell stories that will inspire as well as entertain.
In her free time, you will find her watching and analyzing British detective shows on the couch with her dogs Ransom and Dougie, strumming a ukulele or out on a hike with family and friends.
Texas A&M University-San Antonio’s Faculty Senate on Sept. 24 called for increased faculty involvement in the provost search committee and the restructuring of the new Health and Sciences Division. Full Story »
University President Cynthia Teniente-Matson announced the current provost, Dr. Mike O’Brien, will move into a new position as the inaugural Senior Vice President for Research and Health Science, in Full Story »
Faculty Senate passed a resolution calling for university support of a co-taught interdisciplinary course application and discussed applications for the Writing Fellows program at their second meeting of the Full Story »
Faculty Senate has asked the administration at Texas A&M University-San Antonio for the freedom to teach and conduct university business online, and to restore other COVID-19 protections this semester. Full Story »