Network with Local CEOs
St. Edward’s University is proud to host the Austin Technology Council’s annual CEO Summit bringing around 100 local business leaders to campus. The Office of University Advancement invites students and the Summit’s attending CEOs to attend a networking reception on:
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
St. Edward’s University – Mabee Ballroom C
Please RSVP online by Monday, September 11, 2017.
Please contact R. Denise Rocha ’99, MLA’ 07 with questions.
Business Casual Attire.
Wild Basin is excited to have on board Joy Hernandez as Wild Basin’s new Administrative Coordinator. Joy has a B.A in Zoology and over 10 years administrative and technical experience in the Natural Sciences, including managing daily operations at the UT fire ant laboratory and acting as a liaison between the regulated public and TCEQ. She is also a certified Master Naturalist. Joy is a wonderful addition to our team and she offers a wealth of knowledge about Central Texas flora and fauna. Feel free to reach out to Joy by email at email@example.com.
After 7 years of service to St. Edward’s University and Wild Basin, our beloved Kim Johnson is moving on to new adventures. Over the past 7 years, Kim has been a vital member of the Wild Basin team and the driving force behind a broad range of Wild Basin programs, including directing Wild Basin’s social media, managing volunteer trail guides and tours, organizing countless events at Wild Basin including full-moon yoga and concerts by local musicians, spearheading Wild Basin’s role in the Balcones Canyonlands Preserve Hike & Lecture Series, and expertly mentoring many student interns. Kim’s contributions to Wild Basin have made a deep and lasting impact on its programs. We are so grateful for Kim’s expertise, hard work, and big heart — she will be greatly missed! Kim’s last day will be Friday, August 11th. Please join us in a send-off celebration for Kim at Wild Basin on Thursday, Aug 10 from 5:30 – 8pm (potluck on the deck).
Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve was mentioned as one of four destinations for students “on an Aggie budget” in Texas A&M’s online magazine, The Battalion. The article can be found here: