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Former, recent UTPA professors die

Former, recent UTPA professors die

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

Safety first

Safety first

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

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New services create a hangout for students

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

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Department of Education strengthens student loan servicing

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

Out with the old, in with the new

Out with the old, in with the new

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

Reduce, reuse

Reduce, reuse

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

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Texas judge repeals state abortion law

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

The freshmen

The freshmen

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

On the hunt for a job

On the hunt for a job

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

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UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

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The history of Bronc Country

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

How safe is the Valley?

How safe is the Valley?

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

UT Regents approve academic structure of UTRGV

UT Regents approve academic structure of UTRGV

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

UTRGV mascot finalists revealed

UTRGV mascot finalists revealed

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

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Texas Governor Rick Perry indicted on charge of abuse of power

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

UTPA faculty awarded UT System Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award

UTPA faculty awarded UT System Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

News Briefs: Week of July 28

News Briefs: Week of July 28

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

Former Pan American College professor found dead

Former Pan American College professor found dead

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

Jerry Woodfill

Jerry Woodfill

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

Prisoners of healthcare

Prisoners of healthcare

UTPA Professor Maria Pereyra dies

 

UTPA Assistant Professor of Biology Maria Pereyra died Aug. 27 at the McAllen Medical Center.

 

Pereyra was a faculty member at the University of Tulsa and adjunct professor at Occidental College in California before she started working at UTPA in fall 2012. According to the UTPA Department of Biology faculty news website, Pereyra wrote various publications and presentations that focused on the ecology and physiology of birds and other animals. While at UTPA, she taught anatomy and physiology and mammalian physiology.

 

No formal services were held for Pereyra at the request of her family. However, the biology department held an informal memorial for her Sept. 5 and made a donation in her honor to the Nature Conservancy, an organization she and her husband supported, according to the faculty news website.

 

Former UTPA music professor dies at 78

 

Carl Seale, former UTPA music professor and Rio Grande Valley Symphony Orchestra conductor and composer, died Sept. 10 afternoon. He was 78 years old.

 

According to his obituary, Seale died after a 20-year struggle with Parkinson’s Disease, which is a progressive disease of the nervous system. It is marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow imprecise movement, primarily affecting middle-aged and elderly people.

 

Seale was a UTPA faculty member for 30 years in the department of music and dance. He headed the University’s music department for eight years until he retired in 2001. Seale was awarded the titles of conductor emeritus in 2001.

 

According to a UTPA press release, a number of his works were composed for Rio Grande Valley entities, including the University, the McAllen International Museum of Art and Science, The Valley Land Fund, The Hidalgo Pumphouse and Quinta Mazatlan. Seale’s musical compositions are preserved in the Special Collections Library on campus.

 

His final composition was commissioned for the opening of the new Academic and Performing Arts Center and will be performed by the Valley Symphony Orchestra in March 2015.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in McAllen, with his burial following at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Memorial Gardens in Mission.

 

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