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“We take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude,” Dr. Tom Arsuffi stressed near the beginning of the most recent Texas Water Symposium. The panel discussion, moderated by Katherine Romans, Executive Director of the Hill Country Alliance, also brought together District 53 Rep. Andy Murr and Texas A&M researcher Hughes Simpson to discuss the preservation of natural assets.

Recorded April 19, 2018, this symposium features a conversation about how we can all contribute to peacebuilding and gain insights into the challenges confronting today’s global community and finding collective solutions that promote and facilitate peace. Four Fulbright Scholars from Armenia, Turkey, Poland and Kazakhstan participated in a panel discussion at the University of the Incarnate Word Rosenberg Sky Room on the evening of Thursday, April 19, moderated by former congressman Charlie Gonzalez. 

Springs Of South Central Texas

Mar 15, 2018
David Martin Davies

Springs of South Central Texas: Gregg Eckhardt is an environmental scientist with 29 years of experience in environmental modeling and analysis, water resource planning and development, state and federal permitting, and water treatment. He is known as "The Nerd King of South Texas Water History." In this lecture recorded on March 10 for Headwaters at Incarnate Word, he describes San Antonio's colorful water history and the importance of Edwards Aquifer springs to the region's cultural and economic development.

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Leaders in the field of education from San Antonio and beyond gathered at the Mays Family Center at the Witte Museum on March 6, 2018 for the third annual Regional PK-12 Public Education Forum. From the keynote speaker, Dr. Steven Barnett, to the panel discussion, an emphasis was placed on early childhood education, especially in the years prior to kindergarten. The panel also discusses the importance of qualified teachers, and ways to encourage educators to strive for the goal of becoming a “master teacher.”

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A discussion Feb. 21 with experts on the state of education in San Antonio, with an eye to supporting children at risk of dropping out of school.

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