TAMIU Names New Registrar,
Student Success Promotions
Texas A&M International University has named a new University registrar and announced a series of promotions for its Division of Student Success.
Dr. Minita Ramírez, vice president for Student Success, announced the addition and changes.
TAMIU Student Success Team
Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) has announced promotions within its Division of Student Success. Left to right are Miguel Treviño, director of Student Orientation, Leadership and Engagement; Mayra Hernández, director of Student Conduct and Community Engagement; Gerardo Alva, associate vice president of Student Affairs; Aracely Hernández, director of Student Counseling and Disability Services; Juan Gilberto García , University registrar and Scheiby Fisher, director of Recruitment and School Relations.
“We are pleased to name Juan Gilberto García as our new University registrar. García’s experience and passion for TAMIU and our students makes him the perfect person for the position. His success and experience with scheduling, advising, records, data mining and technology will help the Office continue to expand its services. His vision for the growth and development of personnel and students will help us define areas of need and adjust adroitly,” Dr. Ramírez.
García, who has been associated with the University for 10 years, was most recently TAMIU’s director of Recruitment and School Relations. A TAMIU graduate, he holds his BBA with a concentration in Finance and his MBA in International Business from TAMIU. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at Texas A&M University.
Ramírez shared the additional promotions:
Scheiby Fisher, part of the University for the past nine years, has been named director of Recruitment and School Relations.
“Her experience as a recruiter and associate director in the office makes her ideal for the position. As we expand our recruitment markets and further embrace diversity, we are confident that she will lead the office and the University’s undergraduate recruitment growth. We have been long impressed by her creativity and energy and share her steadfast belief that everyone can learn and deserves a University experience,” Ramírez observed. Fisher holds a BBA from TAMIU.
Gerardo Alva, affiliated with TAMIU for the past 13 years, has been promoted to associate vice president of Student Affairs, supervising Recreational Sports, Student Conduct and Community Engagement, Student Orientation, Leadership and Engagement and Student Health Services. Alva holds a BA in Political Science from TAMIU and a Masters in Education with a specialization in Enrollment Management from Capella University.
Miguel Treviño, associated with TAMIU for the past eight years, is now director of Student Orientation, Leadership and Engagement. He recently received his Master of Arts in Applied Psychology in Higher Education Student Administration from the Massachusetts School of Psychology. His BBA was earned at Baylor University.
Mayra Hernández, part of TAMIU for the past four years, will be director of Student Conduct and Community Engagement. She earned her BA in Psychology with a concentration in Criminal Justice and her MA in Political Science from TAMIU.
Aracely Hernández, associated with TAMIU for the past five years, will be director of Student Counseling and Disability Services. She received her BA in Psychology and her MA in Counseling Psychology from TAMIU.
For additional information, contact the respective offices of the Registrar at 956.326.2250; the office of Student Affairs at 326.2282 and the office of Student Counseling and Disability Services at 326.2230.
Information is also available on the dedicated TAMIU Division of Student Success home page, http://www.tamiu.edu/studentsuccess/
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