TAMIU President’s Report 2011 Goes Digital, Interactive
Posted: 12/21/11

TAMIU 2011 President’s
Report Goes Digital

A look back at the past year in the life of Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) is just a click away.  The TAMIU 2011 President’s Report has gone digital and readers can read it on their computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone.

“We wanted to find the best method to broadly distribute the University’s story,  and make the experience accessible for a variety of desktop or mobile devices,” said Dr. Ray Keck, president.

In addition to profiling the University’s enrollment growth, and other key performance measures, the Report showcases the broad spectrum of the University experience.

“We review a year of phenomenal growth and challenge, focused initiative and collaborative achievement.  It  is the story of our University,” Dr. Keck explained.

Using large frame photos, the stories shared include the loving legacy of the Helen Richter Watson Gallery that opened this summer, the uncommon dedication of TAMIU’s student-athlete champions, one student’s personal “Milagro,” faculty research on muscle atrophy, the University’s new “Powered by TAMIU” campaign and the journeys of self-discovery by students on a study-travel program in Cambodia.

The interactive digital publication links to expanded news features and galleries on the University’s website and can be easily printed or emailed. 

To view the 2011 President’s Report go to:  tamiu.edu/annualreport.

For more information on TAMIU, call the Office of Public Relations, Marketing and Information Services, email prmis@tamiu.edu, click on tamiu.edu or come by Sue and Radcliffe Killam Library, room 268.

University information is also available online at tamiu.edu and on the University’s social media sites on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

A TAMIU smartphone application can be downloaded at tamiu.edu and at online stores for Android, Blackberry and iPhone/iPad. 

The application includes the University’s daily news, full calendar information, in addition to other features.

Journalists who need additional information or help with media requests and interviews should contact the Office of Public Relations, Marketing and Information Services at prmis@tamiu.edu