Jerry Quijano's enthusiasm for storytelling earned him a spot to attend the 2016 Podcast Movement in Chicago where he received instruction on crafting audio stories. He was selected as an alternate for NPR's Next Generation public radio training. Jerry envisions working in public radio in a large market and would like to become a producer on WBEZ’s This American Life. He serves as assistant editor of The Mesquite and producer for "Magnified," a podcast production.
Texas A&M University-San Antonio will host the Student Research Symposium on May 5 and 6, presenting work from the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business and Education departments. Students Full Story »
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By Jerry Quijano The Texas A&M University-San Antonio Foundation recognized Texas A&M University System Regent Elaine Mendoza Tuesday with the 2016 Dream Maker Award. The Foundation honored Mendoza alongside Full Story »