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Nursing program seeking examiner applicants
Health, News, On Campus

Nursing program seeking examiner applicants

Nursing program seeking examiner applicants By David Gomez Jr.Editor-in-chiefPublished Monday, Sept. 21, 2020 The Advanced Nursing Examiners Sexual Assault Nursing Examiner program at TAMIU seeks applicants to continually certify local nurses. Texas A&M International University’s ANE-SANE program expects to select 18 applicants, who will be taught and certified as examiners for sexual assault cases. “We are aiming to certify 18 more nurses to become sexual assault nurse examiners (SANE) this year,” program manager Rosario Benavides emailed The Bridge. This program is expected to help in an area that only includes 20 certified sexual assault examiners in all of Laredo and its surrounding areas. “The availability of SANE-trained nurses in our health care facilities in ...
Academia, Alumni, Education, Humans of TAMIU

ALUMNI SUCCESSES: Online learning tries parents, teachers

ALUMNI SUCCESSES: Online learning tries parents, teachers By Matthew BalderasBridge OmbudsmanPublished Monday, Sept. 21, 2020 Think back to when most people received their first mobile phone. If it was 1973, it was probably as long as a briefcase and so thick it wouldn’t even fit in a pocket. In today’s modern world, people often say that children are born with technology in their hands, but did that prepare them for online learning? 2013 alumni graduate, Juan J. Martinez Jr. who currently works at Communities in Schools in San Antonio as the Physic Coordinator, shares his students’ and teachers’ struggles. “Many teachers [and] many educators thought students were going to simply be able to transfer from at-school to at-home very easily, but they are struggling big time,” M...
Spring, fall commencements canceled
Academia, Alumni, Education, News, On Campus

Spring, fall commencements canceled

Spring, fall commencements canceled By Niurka RochaBridge Staff WriterPublished Monday, Sept. 21, 2020 For possibly the first time in its history, TAMIU canceled commencement exercises two regular semesters in a row. After an initial Spring 2020 commencement delay due to the pandemic, Texas A&M International University canceled its planned August makeup for spring along with its fall ceremony. “In light of the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in the City, continuing closure of the Sames Auto Arena and our City’s prohibitions on gatherings of more than six people, the University regretfully has no choice but to cancel our planned Aug. 13, 2020, Commencement Ceremony,” TAMIU President Pablo Arenaz wrote in a web site letter addressed to all TAMIU 2020 graduates and candidates for...
Drive-in Movie event provides entertainment, social distancing
Entertainment, Features, Life & Arts, On Campus

Drive-in Movie event provides entertainment, social distancing

Drive-in Movie event provides entertainment, social distancing By Gabrielle PratherBridge Staff WriterPublished Monday, Sept. 21, 2020 One of the newest additions to campus activities, included a late August Drive-in Movie event, the finale of Welcome Week 2020. “The Conjuring” became a horror feast for the eyes of students who attended the event, but in a pandemic-friendly way. Last semester, TAMIU administrators chose virtual learning options due to the novel coronavirus pandemic and further added to those options proceeding into the Fall 2020 semester. Likewise, the Student Organization, Leadership and Engagement Office, as well as its member campus organizations, responded in new ways to the pandemic. Every fall semester, the University’s Welcome Week events allow students...
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