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PREPARING FOR THE SAT REVIEW: College Entrance Exams are the most important tests a high school student ever takes. This special 12-hour session will help juniors and seniors perform up to their potential when they take the SAT exam. Students will be introduced to the organization and format of the test, terms and concepts it uses and the kinds of questions asked.

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2021 Trinity University Orff Music Educators Virtual

While our in-person Orff courses have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we offer some exciting online opportunities for CPE credit. #TrinityOrff2021 Week 1, June 7 - 11, 2021 Introduction to Orff Schulwerk Angela Leonhardt, Ben Torres, and Natasha Thurmon, instructors Dates: June 8 and 10, (Tuesday and Thursday) Time: 9:00 - 11:00AM CSTPrerequisite: A love of music!CPE …

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Modern Languages And Literatures

The study of modern languages and literatures provides individuals the opportunity to learn a language while exploring the culture, literature, and history of the culture from which the language derives. The department offers majors and minors in Chinese, French, German, Russian, and Spanish, and courses in Italian., powered by the Localist Community Event Platform

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New Student Orientation

Students will meet in groups with their faculty adviser who will provide detail into registering for courses, additional Pathways curriculum information, and 8/16/2019 4:45pm

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Student Group Advising Sessions

Students will meet in groups with their faculty adviser who will provide detail into registering for courses, additional Pathways curriculum information, and their advising expectations., powered by the Localist Community Event Platform

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Artificial Intelligence: What Its Implications For You

Mathew Hibbs, Ph.D., is an associate professor of Computer Science at Trinity University. He teaches courses in computer programming, computer graphics, game development, and bioinformatics. His research is in the area of computational biology, which applies computational methods to solve biological problems.

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MAS Alvarez Seminar: An Excerpt From "The Canción Cannibal

Alvarez Seminar events are incorporated into the courses of MAS faculty to maximize the engagement that students will have with the chosen theme. Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Northrup Hall 040 One Trinity Place, San Antonio, Texas 78212. Event Type.

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MAS Alvarez Seminar: In Between Worlds: Poetry Of

It is interdisciplinary by nature and the coordination of the seminar rotates among MAS faculty from various departments. Alvarez Seminar events are incorporated into the courses of MAS faculty to maximize the engagement that students will have with the chosen theme. Presentations will begin at 6 p.m., with light refreshments beginning at 5:30 p.m.

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Individual Advising Sessions

Students will meet with their faculty advisor who will assist in developing their fall course schedule, talk about their degree plan, and help them map out a sample schedule of courses. Each individual advising session will be 30 minutes long., powered by the Localist Community Event Platform

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Intangibles: The Unexpected Traits Of High-Performing

About Amer Kaissi: Dr. Kaissi is an award-winning professor at the Healthcare Administration Program, a top-10 nationally-ranked program. He teaches courses in healthcare management, strategic planning, marketing and human resources management, and he directs the executive program. Dr.

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"Communicating In An Era Of Fake News"

Delwiche teaches courses on game design and criticism, hacking subcultures, film studies, and propaganda. With support from the Martha, David & Bagby Lennox Foundation, he organized the 2010 seminar series "Reality Hackers: The Next Wave of Media Revolutionaries" and the 2017 seminar series titled "Propaganda and Political Persuasion."

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Transfer Student Orientation

Students will meet in groups with their faculty adviser who will provide detail into registering for courses, additional Pathways curriculum information, and 8/16/2019 4:45pm

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Computational Propaganda, COVID-19, And The Assault On

A Professor in the Department of Communication, Aaron Delwiche teaches courses on topics such as game development, computer hacking, and political propaganda. The co-editor of the Participatory Cultures Handbook, Aaron's recent work includes a chapter about the history of computer bulletin board systems in the Sage Handbook of Social Media and

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MAS Alvarez Seminar: Virgin Territory: Latinidad

It is interdisciplinary by nature and the coordination of the seminar rotates among MAS faculty from various departments. Alvarez Seminar events are incorporated into the courses of MAS faculty to maximize the engagement that students will have with the chosen theme., powered by the Localist Community Event Platform

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San Antonio Alumni Chapter

San Antonio Alumni: Let’s go to COOL CREST and then to THE METZGER BIERGARTEN Come test your putting skills against 2 challenging but family-friendly 18-hole courses built in 1929 and 1959. Nestled under the shady canopy of beautiful banana trees and other lush vegetation, with the quiet murmur of its running brooks and fountains, and the kiss of a gentle breeze …

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Symphonic Wind Ensemble Concert, Featuring

The composer will be in attendance and will be a Stieren Guest Artist in Residence from Feb. 28 through March 4, 2018. Mahr is a professor of music at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn., where he is the conductor of the St. Olaf Band and teaches courses in composition, conducting, and music education.

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Tennis Alumni Reunion

6:30pm – Experience a creative and savory dinner at the Culinary Institute of America, prepared and served by the culinary students (includes 4 delectable courses with paired wine) 9:00pm to 10:00pm - TU Van ride will shuttle from Pearl to Hotel Indigo (Expertly driven by Jacob and George, TU assistant coaches) Sunday:

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Latinx Heritage Month: Laura Varela

She has won awards from the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture, Humanities Texas, and Latino Public Broadcasting’s Public Media Content Fund and has taught courses on documentary film at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Her newest project explores about the life and times of Xicano poet and activist Raul Salinas.

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