TAMIU 2014 President’s Report Available Online
Posted: 12/18/14

TAMIU 2014 President’s
Report Available Online

While a New Year of hope and promise awaits, an opportunity to review 2014 in the life of Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) is just a click away.

The TAMIU 2014 President’s Report is now available online, offering readers a fully digital experience on their computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone.

Presidents Report 2014

Since 2012, the University has augmented its print edition of the Annual Report with a digital distribution.  While online, it maintains the look and feel of a conventional physical magazine, complete with pages that “flip.”

The President’s Report offers a comprehensive look at the year 2014, highlighting student and faculty accomplishments and TAMIU’s role in building legacies, cultivating leadership, inspiring innovation and forging partnerships.

The Report’s cover story features the recent passage of Proposition One, which focused on a City-University partnership to develop an athletics complex on the TAMIU campus and has the potential to elevate the campus and community to heights previously unimagined.

Also included is news about the University's launch of a new branding program that strategically elevates and defines its international identity, nature and mission with a new logo and icon reflecting this.

Profiling the University’s enrollment growth and other key performance measures, the 24-page Report showcases the ever-broadening spectrum of the University experience and the donors who share the University’s vision.

  It also includes links to expanded news features, videos and photo galleries and can be easily printed, emailed or embedded in social media for sharing.

To view TAMIU’s 2014 President’s Report, go to: http://www.tamiu.edu/annualreport/

The Spring Semester 2015 at TAMIU begins Tuesday, January 20, 2015.  Online registration is underway at tamiu.edu.  University offices close in a State-authorized holiday at noon on Tuesday, Dec. 23 and re-open Monday, Jan. 5.

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.

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