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  • Tuesday, January 30, 2024 5:50 PM | Simone Sanders (Administrator)

    Please share and listen to the new episode "Celebrating TABPHE Women Leaders". 

    Episode 9 Celebrating TABPHE Women Leaders


    You can also find this on Spotify!

  • Tuesday, September 19, 2023 7:06 PM | Simone Sanders (Administrator)

    The TABPHE Tribune is BACK! (Click for the full issue)

  • Tuesday, June 13, 2023 12:02 PM | Adrian Jackson (Administrator)

    A bill that would ban race-based hair discrimination in Texas workplaces, schools and housing policies is headed to the governor after the Senate approved the bill Friday. Texas would become the latest state to enact the law in a movement that was inspired by the experiences of two students near Houston who were told to cut their hair or be disciplined.

    Full article by Alejandro Serrano, Texas Tribune ...
  • Thursday, April 13, 2023 12:14 PM | Adrian Jackson (Administrator)

    Bruce August, director of the University of Texas Dallas Multicultural Center, died unexpectedly on Sunday, April 9, 2023. 

    He was a Life Member of Texas Association of Black Personnel in Higher Education and served the state board in various positions. 

    “On behalf of The Texas Association of Black Personnel In Higher Education, my prayers and thoughts are with the family of Bruce August, Jr., said TABPHE President Dr. LaVelle Hendricks. “Bruce’s life was one of service to his students at the University of Texas at Dallas and TABPHE. He was loved and highly-valued by his immediate family and those of us who personally knew him.  His contributions to TABPHE are unmatched.  The infectious smile and the can-do work attitude are his hallmarks. The Texas Association of Black Personnel in Higher Education is a better organization by the commitment, work ethic, and leadership Bruce gave and demonstrated on a daily basis.”

    Bruce earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science from UT Dallas and a Master of Education Degree in Higher Education Administration from the University of North Texas. He was pursuing a public affairs doctorate degree at UT Dallas at the time of his death.

  • Friday, November 11, 2022 1:14 PM | Adrian Jackson (Administrator)

    St. Philip’s College was named #4 on the Best Historically Black Colleges & Universities in Texas 2022 list by University Headquarters. SPC, the top two-year institution ranked on the state list, is the nation’s only college federally designated as both an HBCU and Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI). The top three Texas HBCUs, by ranking, are Prairie View A&M University, Huston-Tillotson University (Austin) and Texas Southern University (Houston).

    HBCUs are an important part of the higher education landscape. These institutions have been around for generations, with some that predate the Civil War. St. Philip’s was founded by the Episcopal Church in 1898 to educate girls who were the daughters and granddaughters of emancipated African Americans.

    The college ranked #46 on the national Top 50 Best Historically Black Colleges and Universities list. On the national list, SPC is the highest listed two-year institution.

    HBCUs are all excellent educational institutions and many have survived the years of underfunding and segregation. Initially an Episcopal school, SPC went public during the Great Depression when diocesan funding diminished. Under the leadership of Saint Artemisia Bowden, who served at the helm of the institution for 52 years, the school persisted and grew into a community college. She was named a Holy Woman by the Episcopal Church posthumously in 2015 in recognition of her work in education, the church and the community.

    St. Philip’s is the only HBCU in San Antonio and the westernmost public HBCU in the U.S.

  • Friday, November 11, 2022 1:10 PM | Adrian Jackson (Administrator)

    Doctor Tomikia P. LeGrandeTexas A&M University System’s Board of Regents on Thursday named Tomikia P. LeGrande as the sole finalist to become the ninth President of Prairie View A&M University.

    After a nationwide search, Chancellor John Sharp recommended Dr. LeGrande as sole finalist and the Board approved. Under state law, the Board of Regents name a finalist for at least 21 days before making the appointment at a subsequent meeting.

    Dr. LeGrande, who is currently Vice President for Strategy, Enrollment Management and Student Success at Virginia Commonwealth University, would not assume her duties at Prairie View A&M until the end of the 2022-23 school year.

    She would succeed Dr. Ruth Simmons, who will become President Emerita and will hold a faculty appointment as University Professor, a position that will allow her to remain a campus figure raising money, expanding the national profile of the university and lecturing to another generation of students.

    “Dr. LeGrande will provide great leadership for the Panthers for many years to come,” said Chancellor Sharp. “Her experience and leadership in enrollment management and student success is exactly what PVAMU needs at this juncture to build on the great work Ruth Simmons has provided these past five years. I’m excited by where PVAMU is headed.”

    Dr. LeGrande, who has been at Virginia Commonwealth University since 2018, has experience in Texas. She served as an administrator for student affairs and enrollment management at the University of Houston-Downtown from 2012 to 2018. She also received a doctorate in higher education administration from Texas Tech University.

    Prior to her duties in Houston, Dr. LeGrande worked at North Carolina A&T State University and Winston-Salem State University.

    She received her bachelor’s in chemistry from Savannah State University and a master’s in chemistry from North Carolina A&T State University.

    “I want to thank Chancellor Sharp and the Board of Regents for the opportunity to serve as President of Prairie View A&M University. PVAMU has a strong legacy of transforming the lives of its students and contributing to the surrounding region and state of Texas, both educationally and economically. I look forward to working with the faculty, staff, and community as we honor and build upon the university’s powerful legacy and upward trajectory.”

    In May, a 14-member committee was created to conduct a national search to find Dr. Simmons’ successor. The search was led by Bill Mahomes, Vice Chairman of the Board of Regents, and Regent Elaine Mendoza.

  • Thursday, September 01, 2022 8:41 AM | Adrian Jackson (Administrator)

    Texas Association of Black Personnel in Higher Education (TABPHE) is responding to the Biden  Administration’s efforts concerning the student loan relief plan. This long-awaited presidential vision is to help millions of debt-burdened students find financial relief with their student loans.

    TABPHE’s vision is to ensure equity, access, and affordable education for all disenfranchised and marginalized minority students. Education is necessary and should be affordable, but the continued rising cost of higher education makes it harder for students to repay their loans. The Student Debt Relief Plan, announced by the Biden Administration is an action plan that promotes “the progress of Blacks in the pursuit of access to all aspects of the educational process” (TABPHE Constitution, 2022).

    TABPHE stands with the Biden Administration’s decision to help ease the burden of indebted students. This is a relief for millions of predominantly minority and low-income students. We will encourage our students to take advantage of this great opportunity to reduce their student loan debt and embrace financial literacy.

    To receive a more comprehensive understanding of the Student Debt Relief Plan, here is a resource from the U.S. Department of Education:



    Dr. Charles Leslie

    TABPHE Legislative Chair


    Dr. Angela Anderson

    TABPHE Legislative Committee


    Dr. Yvonne Frear

    TABPHE Legislative Committee

  • Monday, August 29, 2022 8:54 AM | Adrian Jackson (Administrator)

    Dr. Melva Williams Huston-Tillotson UniversityFollowing a national search, the Huston-Tillotson University Board of Trustees today announced Melva K. Williams, Ph.D. as the institution’s seventh president and chief executive officer, effective August 15, 2022.  Williams brings to HT her vast higher education experience as an innovative scholar in positions as chief of staff, vice chancellor and associate dean, managing multiple aspects of student affairs and enrollment management, ranging from athletics to recruitment.

    “Dr. Williams’ reputation as a visionary leader, utilizing creative approaches to advancing higher education through layers of innovative improvements will position Huston-Tillotson University for the economic and technological advances shaping the Central Texas market,” said HT Chair of the Board of Trustees, Dr. Carol McDonald.

    Prior to coming to HT, Williams held numerous positions within the Southern University System (Louisiana) including, executive associate to the chancellor, assistant vice chancellor and vice chancellor for student affairs and enrollment management at SU-Shreveport, vice chancellor at SU-New Orleans, and System chief of staff.  A former associate dean of College at Centenary College of Louisiana, Williams has concurrently served as a professor, lecturer and board member at several colleges and universities.  Recently, she served as the senior director of programming for the Clinton Presidential Center.  Additionally, she is the co-founder of the Higher Education Leadership Foundation (H.E.L.F.), a founding board member and board president for Magnolia School of Excellence, and is a national spokesperson for emotional intelligence (soft skills) development.

    “I am honored and energized to serve as HT’s second female president,” Williams said.  “The trust of the Board of Trustees and the HT Presidential Search Committee is very much appreciated, and I look forward to advancing an aggressive agenda that will ensure HT’s continued success.”

    Williams earned a doctorate in higher education from Jackson State University (Mississippi) and a master’s in public administration and a bachelor’s degree in mass communication from Grambling State University (Louisiana).

    AGB Search, Inc. conducted the exploration and research for the University’s next president following the retirement of Dr. Colette Pierce Burnette that identified nearly 50 applicants narrowed to eight semi-finalists, four finalists, and the selection of Dr. Williams.

  • Monday, May 09, 2022 10:48 AM | Adrian Jackson (Administrator)

    Catch the Next will hold its virtual Spring Gala on May 12 from 6-7 p.m., and will feature a panel discussing the future of higher education, including Dr. Tina Jackson, Assistant Commissioner of the Division for Workforce Education for the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB). 

    Dr. Jackson works with all aspects of career and technical workforce initiatives and programs. She is the former District Director of Developmental Education at Collin College, where she worked across all campuses on issues related to developmental education, completion and pathways to careers.

    Jackson served as Associate Dean of Science Technology Engineering & Math (STEM) at Dallas County Community College District from 2016-2017. She was the statewide coordinator of Community College Programs at the University of Texas at Austin from 2012-2016. Helping to redesign developmental math throughout all 50 community colleges in Texas.

    In 2013, Dr. Jackson was named a Jackson Scholar by the University Council for Educational Administration. In 2012, Jackson was awarded a Community College Leadership Fellowship from the University of Texas at Austin. In 2012, she also received an award from the Association for the Study of Higher Education to continue her research on STEM Workforce Development in Community Colleges focusing on students of color.

    Dr. Jackson also serves as Vice President of Programs on the Texas Association of Black Personnel in Higher Education (TABPHE) State Board.

    She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Minnesota and a Ph.D. in Educational Administration from the University of Texas at Austin.

    Some of the possible topics the panel will cover include: “What are the challenges facing higher education, and what are some solutions? What is the value of higher education in the future? What is technology’s influence on higher education in years to come? How can institutions ensure that they continue to deliver to the student-consumer? What can be done about the often-prohibitive cost of higher education? How do colleges address the CoRequisite-Pathways movement within the 60x30TX Strategy?

    Dr. Jackson will be joined on the panel by:
    • Dr. Robert Garza, President of Palo Alto College;
    • Dr. Richard Solis, President of South Texas College;
    • Dr. Richard Rhodes, Chancellor of Austin Community College;
    • Dr. Plummer, Vice-President of Information Services, Planning & Strategic Initiatives and Assistant Vice-President of Strategic Initiatives at South Texas College;
    • Dr. Hector Gonzales, President of Southwest Junior College;
    • Chris Nelson, Dean of Liberal Arts, South Texas College; and
    • Dr. Stella Lovato, Vice President of College Services and Nursing Education and Interim Vice President of Academic Success, San Antonio College.

    Linda Hagedorn, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs, International Programs, Student Services, Diversity, and Community in the College of Human Sciences and Professor in the School of Education at Iowa State University, will serve as moderator for the panel.

    In addition to the panel, there will be video of students talking about the program’s impact and their plans as well as videos of CTN cohort 2021 faculty graduating from our professional development sequence to speak about the effects of our training on their teaching. The gala will end with a student musical performance.

    For more information about the gala, go to


    To register for the gala, go to



    Dr. Robert Garza

    Garza was appointed as the seventh president of Alamo Colleges District-Palo Alto College on July 25, 2018, by the Alamo Colleges District Board of Trustees. Originally joining the Alamo Colleges District in 1999, Dr. Garza held several positions during his tenure at Palo Alto College, including Dean of Community Development and Partnerships, Dean of Student Success, and Vice President of Student Success.

    Within his first year as president, he led Palo Alto College toward being named a Rising Star of the 2019 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, the nation’s signature recognition of high achievement and performance in America’s community colleges, and celebrated the achievements of the Alamo Colleges District and its five colleges as a 2018 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award winner. Additionally, he spearheaded fundraising efforts for ¡Celebración! in October 2018 – Palo Alto College’s premier scholarship fundraiser – and raised a record $1.3 million in committed scholarship dollars for Palo Alto College students and employees.

    In Fall 2020, Palo Alto College announced a new addition to the campus, the Rio Grande. When completed, it will be the largest multipurpose building that will promote collaborative learning and interactive instruction with its specialized program spaces. The Rio Grande will be home to advanced manufacturing, artificial intelligence, robotics, cybersecurity, logistics, dental hygiene, science labs, criminal justice, and more

    In December 2020, Palo Alto College was the recipient of an eight-figure gift from author and philanthropist MacKenzie Scott. This marks the largest one-time donation in the College’s history. Recognized for strong leadership and results, the College stood out among 384 organizations across the country.

    Palo Alto College is committed to building a college-going culture in south Bexar County through existing programming and developing new and innovative ideas. Events like Eggstravaganza, a free egg hunt for south San Antonio families, and PACfest 2019, an official Fiesta® San Antonio event, for the community to come together and be part of the Palo Alto College family. Dr. Garza is a supporter of the community and is a firm believer that education starts at birth. Launched in March 2021, Educate South is a new community effort that focuses on beginning educational awareness at the earliest years of school by building public and private partnerships.

    Dr. Garza was awarded the V. Ray Cardozier Alumni Excellence Award by the University of Texas, which honors a graduate of the doctoral program in higher education who demonstrates excellence in their scholarly/professional work. As an active member of the community, Dr. Garza serves as a board member for the Alamo Collegiate Network, Catch the Next, Inc., Hot Wells Conservancy, Mexican American Civil Rights Institute (MACRI), and Texas Vista Medical Center. 

    Dr. Garza holds a bachelor's degree from Texas A&M University, a master's degree in public administration from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and a doctorate in educational administration from the University of Texas at Austin. His dissertation focused on Faculty Perspectives in Online Learning, which included a study that utilized Interactive Qualitative Analysis to identify challenges in online education and capture faculty perceptions about online learning. (https://www.alamo.edu/pac/about-pac/leadership/office-of-the-president/)

    Dr. Ricardo Solis

    Solis is President of South Texas College and previously served as President of Laredo College, Laredo, TX, Executive Dean for Academic, Professional, and Technical Education at Gateway Community College, and Maricopa Community Colleges, in Phoenix, AZ.

    Dr. Solis earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education Administration – Community College Leadership from The University of Texas at Austin; a Master of Business Administration in International Management from Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, CA; and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Economics from Trinity University in San Antonio. (https://admin.southtexascollege.edu/president/)

    Dr. Richard M. Rhodes

    Since joining the Austin Community College District in September 2011, Dr. Rhodes has worked to improve pathways into higher education, strengthen awareness of the community college mission, and give students the tools to accomplish their educational, professional, and personal goals.

    A native of Alamogordo, New Mexico, Dr. Rhodes received his Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and Master of Arts in Educational Management and Development from New Mexico State University. He earned his doctorate through the Community College Leadership Program at the University of Texas at Austin, receiving its Distinguished Graduate Award in 2001.

    His professional associations include Chair of the American Association of Community Colleges; Board Member of the Texas Workforce Investment Council; and Past Chair of the Texas Association of Community Colleges. Dr. Rhodes also is a Board Member for the Trellis Company, Chair of the Trellis Foundation, Vice Chair for the Capital Area Council of Boy Scouts, and Board Member of the League for Innovation.

    Dr. Rhodes is active in the community, serving as Past Chair of the Board for American YouthWorks as well as serving on the boards of local Chambers of Commerce and Co-Chair of Communities in Schools Central Texas Leadership Circle and the Austin Area Research Organization.

    Prior to joining ACC, Dr. Rhodes served as President of El Paso Community College for 10 years and as Vice President of Business Services at Salt Lake Community College in Salt Lake City, Utah, for seven years.

    Dr. Rhodes is a Certified Public Accountant in Texas and New Mexico. He and his wife, Kate, have four children and nine grandchildren. Dr. Rhodes enjoys reading, golf, hiking, running, and spending time with his family. (https://www.austincc.edu/offices/chancellor/biography)

    Dr. Hector Gonzales

    Dr. Gonzales has served as President of Southwest Texas Junior College since 2012. Prior to that he was Chief Academic Officer & Chief Financial Officer and Director of Accounting and Controller for the college. He was adjunct faculty for Sul Ross State University for four years. He also worked Coleman, Horton & Company CPA's as a Staff Accountant & Auditor and for Tandem Petroleum Marketers as Chief Financial Officer

    Dr. Gonzales is currently on the Board of Directors for the Uvalde Memorial Hospital and is a member of the Rotary Club International. He was also a member of the Lions Club International for seven years.  He served as treasurer for the Uvalde Area Chamber of Commerce for three years and as director of the Uvalde Area Development Foundation for two years.

    Dr. David Plummer

    Dr. Plummer currently serves as the Vice-President of Information Services, Planning & Strategic Initiatives as well as the Assistant Vice-President of Strategic Initiatives at South Texas College and has over 18 years of higher education experience. He is the executive officer overseeing all information services and operations, including information technology and security, instructional technology, library services, centers for learning excellence, institutional research, strategic planning, institutional effectiveness, and accreditation. Dr. Plummer is responsible for aligning information services, learning support services, institutional and student performance and operations with institutional goals and objectives as they relate to the organizational mission. In previous higher education roles, he served as Dean of Administrative Services, Chief Project Officer and as Director over workforce training. In addition to higher education, Dr. Plummer served for over 20 years in the military as an Infantry Officer including a tour of duty in Afghanistan and worked as a Senior Business Analyst in a corporate environment.

    Dr. Plummer has an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Texas A&M–Kingsville, an MBA and a BBA in Computer Information Systems from the University of Texas–Pan American.

    Dr. Stella Lovato

    Dr. Lovato is Interim Vice President of Academic Success for San Antonio College. While serving in this interim position, she remains in her current leadership role as Vice President of College Services. Dr. Lovato began her long affiliation with SAC and the Alamo Colleges District as a student, earning an associate degree in dental assisting. She then embarked on an academic journey that ultimately led to earning a doctorate and becoming both a successful academic and administrative leader.  She has served in numerous faculty and leadership positions at SAC, including as Professor and Chair for the Department of Allied Health and Kinesiology. She also has held a variety of institutional service roles, including as Coach for the 4 Disciplines of Execution, Vice President of the Faculty Senate, Chair for the Alamo Colleges District Chairs Council, and as a member of the Baldrige Committee, among many others. 

    She was appointed Vice President of College Services in 2016.  She oversees such key functions and services as College Services, Risk Management, Campus Logistics, the College Budget Office, the Office of Technology Services, the Scobee Education Center, the William R. Sinkin Eco Centro, Integrated Planning and Performance Excellence, and the Office of Marketing and Strategic Communications. 

    Dr. Lovato earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Health Professions at Texas State University, a master’s in Education at the University of Texas at San Antonio, and her Ph.D. in Adult Professional and Community Education at Texas State University.

    Dr. Christopher Nelson

    Dr. Nelson earned his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Southern Illinois University in 2003.  He began teaching at South Texas College in 2004, where he has worked since.  He was awarded the classification of Associate Professor of Philosophy in 2009, and the classification of Professor of Philosophy in 2015.  He served as Chair of the Department of History and Philosophy, from 2006 to 2009 and from 2012 to 2015, Assistant Dean of Humanities in the Division of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences from 2014 to 2019, and Associate Dean of Curriculum and Student Learning in 2019.  He currently serves as Dean of Liberal Arts, Co-Lead for the College’s Texas Pathways Project Team, and Liaison to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.  He has published numerous articles on various aspects of the philosophy of Søren Kierkegaard, as well as articles on the phenomenology of religious experience in the writings of William James, and the philosophy of education in the writings of Simone Weil.

    Dr. Linda Hagedorn-Panel Moderator

    Dr. Linda Serra Hagedorn is Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs, International Programs, Student Services, Diversity, and Community in the College of Human Sciences and Professor in the School of Education at Iowa State University.  She is a prominent researcher in the area of community college student success with over 200 publications and presentations.  As the Director of International Programs at Iowa State, she is also highly involved in international education. Dr. Hagedorn has extensive international experience beginning with her initial work in Vietnam as a Fulbright Specialist at AnGiang University (2003).  She subsequently has been a researcher and collaborator in China, Russia, Korea, and Spain.  She is on the advisory board of international universities in both China and Iran.  As the past president of the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) and Vice President of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Dr. Hagedorn has a rich history of leadership. Included in her long list of funded projects, including the latest funded by the U.S. Department of State where she heads the American Cultural Center at Henan Normal University in Xinxiang China. 

  • Friday, April 01, 2022 9:24 AM | Adrian Jackson (Administrator)

    St. Philip’s College (SPC) Professor Emeritus Dr. William C. Davis passed away on March 16, 2022, at the age of 95.

    Dr. Davis led a remarkable career as a researcher, food chemist and educator. His career was set in motion when his father took him on a road trip from the family’s home in Valdosta, Georgia, to the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. There, the young Davis attended a workshop with George Washington Carver and Henry Ford. Seeing African American professors and scientists in action inspired Davis to become a chemist.

    Dr. Davis created instant mash potatoes, soft-serve ice cream and industrial glue. He standardized medical tests for insulin and growth hormones. Working with a St. Philip’s College colleague, the late Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Lanier Byrd, Dr. Davis studied the characteristics of drinking water and co-created the formula for Dasani brand water.

    William Conan Davis was born on August 22, 1926, in Waycross, Georgia to Kince Charles and Laura Jane Davis. He graduated from a segregated high school and went to New York City to further his education. He lived with his brother, the late actor and civil rights activist, Ossie Davis, and briefly attended the City College of New York (www.ccny.cuny.edu).

    Davis went on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Talladega College (Ala.) (talladega.edu) in 1956 and a Master’s of Science in Organic Chemistry from the Tuskegee Institute (tuskegee.edu) in 1958, where he was a George Washington Carver Research Fellow.

    He was determined to pursue a Ph.D. in research—an extremely difficult goal for a black student at the time. The University of Idaho (uidaho.edu) was the only institution willing to accept him as a research-track grad student. His thesis was A Study of Sloughing in the Potato Tuber (1965).

    With a Ph.D. in hand, Dr. Davis began to explore human health, studying hay fever antigens, learning radioimmunoassay techniques, and spent nearly 15 years as director of United Medical Laboratories in Portland, Oregon. He helped establish a free medical clinic in Portland’s Albina neighborhood before relocating to San Antonio, Texas. From 1979 to 1982, Davis was a research associate in Molecular Pharmacology at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio (uthscsa.edu) and, in 1983, he became a chemistry professor at St. Philip’s College (alamo.edu/spc).

    Dr. Davis served as department chair of Natural Sciences, starting in 1996. He was named professor emeritus upon his retirement in 2009. In 2012, the college science building was named in his honor, the William C. Davis Science Building. On the day of the building renaming ceremony, Dr. Davis awarded the college a $20,000 endowment toward scholarships for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) students. 

    Davis enrolled in the U.S. Army Officer Training Corps while a student at Talladega College. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, he served during the Korean War and was awarded with a Purple Heart in 1953. He will be interred at Fort Sam Houston Cemetery in San Antonio. 

    The funeral service, burial, and reception for Dr. Davis are planned for Thursday, April 14, 2022. (Updated 3/31/2022)

    Funeral Services

    • Colonial Funeral Home
      625 Kitty Hawk Road
      Universal City, Texas 78148
      (210) 658-7037

      Private Visitation: 10:00 am to 10:30 am
      Public Visitation: 10:30 am to 11:30 am

    Funeral Service: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm


    • Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery
      1520 Harry Wurzbach Road
      San Antonio, Texas 78209
      (210) 820-3891

    Burial: 1:15 pm


    • St. Philip's College
      1801 Martin Luther King Drive
      Sutton Learning Center, Building #10
      Bowden Alumni Center, SLC 3rd Floor
      San Antonio, Texas  78203
      (210) 486-2900

    Reception: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

    To learn more about the life of Dr. William C. Davis, click here.

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