4/16/2013Garza and Zamora were named the top “Students of the Year” by the Migrant Student Graduation Enhancement Program during the Exemplary Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony on April 15.
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4/10/2013High school migrant students from across the state will be recognized at the 26th annual Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony at The University of Texas at Austin. The ceremony honors students who have completed distance learning courses through CIE's Migrant Student Graduation Enhancement Program.
5/24/2012The K-16 Education Center is proud to announce its first class of high school graduates from a partnership with the Nam My Vietnamese American Private School in Vietnam.
4/25/2012The Migrant Student Graduation Enhancement Program held its 25th anniversary Exemplary Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony on April 2. Check out our video report, photo gallery and links to press reports from this special event.
4/2/2012Eric Guajardo from Alamo, Texas, and Jessica Reyna, from La Joya, Texas, were named “Students of the Year” on Monday, April 2, 2012, by the Migrant Student Graduation Enhancement Program.
3/28/2012Throughout the month of March, we have posted updates on past Exemplary Migrant Students. Those posts have led up to this: the 25th anniversary of the Migrant Student
Program and Recognition Ceremony on April 2.
3/27/2012On Thursday, March 8, the Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music hosted a special concert for members of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at The University of Texas at Austin.
3/20/2012To commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Migrant Student Program, we interview Maricruz Garcia Leal, a 1997 Exemplary Migrant Student now working as an elementary school teacher.
3/8/2012On February, 19 – 23, CIE hosted the first of several planned cultural exchange excursions to Antigua, Guatemala. Over 20 guests from Austin took part in lectures and tours based at Casa Herrera, a historic property in the heart of Antigua.
3/5/2012In 2012, the Migrant Student Program celebrates its 25th Anniversary. To mark this milestone, we will feature updates on former students to see how the program impacted their lives. First is Alexis Fernandez, who went from 2006 Student of the Year to UT Austin graduate to Samsung Semiconductors engineer.
3/1/2012Adam Fivenson travels to remote locations for his work, where electricity and Internet access are unpredictable. Despite these difficulties, Adam completed two self-paced online courses from University Extension (UEX) to prepare for graduate school.
2/27/2012The Professional Development Center is now offering the Medical Interpreter Training Seminar (MITS). This new 40-hour program, conducted evenings and weekends, is designed to train bilingual health care workers to interpret for Spanish-speaking patients and English-speaking doctors.
2/17/2012William J. Powers, Jr., president of The University of Texas at Austin, recently acknowledged the good work of the University of Texas-University Charter School in his Tower Talk blog.