TSC and TAMUK Leaders Met to Strengthen Intuitions Partnership
BROWNSVILLE — Texas Southmost College and Texas A&M Kingsville leaders met to explore opportunities of collaboration to strengthen the existing partnership, which will benefit the region.
During the meeting, Jesús Roberto Rodríguez, TSC President, introduced Marks Hussey, TAMUK President, to the various education programs TSC offers for the community.
“I believe the future of the Rio Grande Valley and the Gulf Coast is dependent on the ability of people to come back to college and come back to the region to participate in the economic development of our communities,” Dr. Hussey said.
Dr. Rodríguez and Dr. Hussey agreed to fortify the educational opportunities for the South Texas community and the relationship between institutions.
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