February 2011 Volume 19, Issue 9


Message Board
[Moderator's Notes: Email addresses are generally included in the postings to help alumni and friends contact each other. However, email addresses are posted by permission only.]


2000 - present  

Alicia (Gottfried) Pascua, Class of 2003

My husband Dario and I are happy to announce the birth of our first child, Daniel Dario Pascua, on December 17, 2010.
Maddy (York-Stephens) Zeringue, Class of 2002

Christopher Zeringue (MHA 2010 alum) and I were married in Ruidoso, NM on December 30, 2010 with amazing friends and family attending including lots of Trinity alums from the class of 2002 - Emily Ray, Ian Guagliardo, Jason Quilici, Erin Freeman (MofEd 2003), Genevieve Haggard, Lindsay Ricketts, Lindsay Dobrovolny, Carrie Powell Ingoldsby, Stacey Lindstrom, Taylor Pack Ellis, Nicole Buenning (MHA 2008), and Derrick Cuenca (MHA 2008).


1990 - 1999

Kristin Kautz, Class of 1992

I moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico for the opportunity of a lifetime  - I am the new Director of Marketing and PR at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Come visit!

Susie (Ebel) Wood, Class of 1990

Happy 2011 TU grads!  Just a quick update.  My family and I are living in Las Vegas, NV and I will finish my Masters in Special Education this summer.  I am teaching English Resource at Lawrence Junior High and loving it!  We recently bought a house with a pool, so come visit!


1980 - 1989

No postings from these classes for this issue.


1970 - 1979

Charles Olmsted, Class of 1979

If anyone is a member of an organization in San Antonio and wants to learn more about the tragedy of living in North Korea, please contact me. There is a group called Liberty in North Korea (LiNK) that will be in San Antonio March 14-23 and is looking to show its documentary, "Hiding" to raise awareness.
For more information about the organization, you can check its website, www.linkglobal.org. For those not in San Antonio, you can check the website to see where and when the documentary will be in your area.


1960 - 1969

No postings from these classes for this issue.


1950 - 1959

No postings from these classes for this issue.

1940 - 1949

No postings from these classes for this issue.


before 1939


Bulletin Board
Each year, Trinity University honors a Trinity faculty member with the Dr. and Mrs. Z. T. Scott Faculty Fellowship for excellence in teaching and advising. The fellowship consists of a cash award and an additional stipend to be used by the recipient to enhance his or her professional development as a teacher and advisor. The recipient is announced and recognized at Commencement ceremonies in May.

The selection committee welcomes nominations by Trinity faculty, students, and alumni. All nominees must be currently tenured at Trinity University. Nominating letters should address the nominee’s qualifications for this award – for instance, sustained effectiveness as a teacher and advisor, high expectations for student performance, involvement with the university community outside the classroom, and the ability to integrate teaching and scholarly interests.

Please send all letters of nomination to Duane Coltharp, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, no later than Friday, February 25. Electronic submissions are encouraged.

Duane Coltharp
Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
Associate Professor of English
Trinity University
One Trinity Place
San Antonio, TX 78212-7200
After major spring cleaning, the Mirage staff is selling vintage yearbooks in a huge clearance sale for Trinity alumni and friends. We have at least a few copies to sell for most years from 1950 forward. Find out if we have the books you want. Books for 1950 to 2007 are $30. Books for 2008-2010 are $60. The 2011 is in production and can be ordered before February 17 for $75. Contact: cpbusiness@trinity.edu; 210-999-8371
The Rotary Club Ambassadorial Scholarship is one of the world's largest privately funded international scholarships programs, awarding nearly 700 scholarship in 2009-2010.  It offers academic year scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students and qualified professionals pursuing vocational studies for study in countries around the world.  It also offers an opportunity to participate in building friendly relations and global understanding which is one of the key goals of the organization.
Such funding for post-graduate study abroad is rare and may be of particular interest to Trinity alumni.

The Rotary Clubs in San Antonio offer a $25,000 scholarship.
Rotary International is an international service organization with more than 1.2 million members worldwide fostering greater world understanding and peace.
For additional information on this unique opportunity, visit the website at http://www.rotary.org/EN/STUDENTSANDYOUTH/EDUCATIONALPROGRAMS/Pages/ridefault.aspx

For additional information, you can contact Gaylon Greger, a member of the San Antonio Downtown Rotary and the Director of Planned Giving at Trinity University at ggreger@trinity.edu. If you live outside the San Antonio area, contact your local Rotary Club, or Gaylon Greger can help you with that information.


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