Jarrick Brown

November 26, 2013

You’d be hard pressed to find a student more active in campus life than Jarrick Brown. Brown, a senior student majoring in Communications, is the Student Government Association’s second-term vice president, a member of the Campus Activities Board, a Panther Advisory Leader and is the president of the Pre-Alumni Association. This semester, Jarrick was selected …

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Dean Terence Hicks of the Whitlowe R. Green College of Education was recently awarded the 2013 Robert B. Howsam Award from the Texas Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. The award was presented at the annual Consortium of State Organizations for Texas Teacher Education (CSOTTE) Conference. It is given to respected individuals devoted to education …

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The award was presented at the annual Consortium of State Organizations for Texas Teacher Education (CSOTTE) Conference. It is given to respected individuals devoted to education who demonstrate leadership at the state and national level and who are considered creative, innovative and have made contributions of scholarly research. Hicks has conducted research analysis on college …

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Tamara Tuck-Hayes

Tuck-Hayes was a data entry specialist in the Accounting Service Department in W. R. Banks Hall. She had been an employee with the University since 2002. She is the daughter of Rita Jackson, a staff assistant in the College of Agriculture and Human Science. Friends and fellow staff members remember Tuck-Hayes as an outgoing volunteer …

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Gibson has been invited by the Ministry of Justice in Trinidad and Tobago to serve in an advisory capacity as the nation attempts to reform its juvenile justice system and polices. She will be participating in a Youth Justice Symposium in October in the capital city of Port of Spain. She will address best practices …

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