Have you met the NVC Student Life Institute Programming team? Thanks to the NVC Student Activity Fee, students have the opportunity for experiential learning through faculty-driven ideas on how to get students engaged outside of the classroom. The ideas come to life with the help of these four employees helping faculty coordinate and plan the events… Read More

It’s been a busy month for Northwest Vista College’s Staff Senate. Earlier in July, NVC hosted the Alamo Colleges Executive Staff Senate for its annual retreat. Staff Senates from the five colleges and the district came together to discuss issues and hear from speakers, which included Molly Cox of SA2020, Alamo Colleges Chancellor Dr. Mike… Read More

Rey Cardenas is now Northwest Vista College’s new college events coordinator On July 1, Rey transitioned over from the NVC Fine & Performing Arts & Kinesiology department. In his former position, he served as the technical director/auditorium manager for over four years. Rey has over 21 years of event and live-performance management experience.  He will… Read More

Congratulations to the new group of graduates from Alamo Colleges Emerging Leaders Program that had their closing ceremony on June 25. The group went through a five-and-a-half month leadership development program founded on Franklin Covey’s process-focused content: Great Leaders, Great Teams, Great Results. The NVC employees were selected by their supervisors or the NVC executive… Read More

Alan Alexis Galvez is the new part-time student service specialist and home school liaison for the Dual Credit Office at Northwest Vista College. Alan is thrilled to be working for the Alamo Colleges where he first began his college education. He has since transferred to The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) to pursue… Read More

Erika Prosper Nirenberg is not only the First Lady of San Antonio, she’s also director of customer insights for H-E-B. She recently visited Northwest Vista College’s Student Success to have a conversation about how H-E-B switched from a customer service mentality to instead focus on hospitality. Nirenberg also spoke at the recent National Council for Marketing &… Read More

Have you had a chance to meet Northwest Vista College’s newest Vice President of Academic Success Dr. Daniel T. Powell? NVC’s Public Relations team has made it a little easier for you with a Facebook video that live streamed on May 16. Lisa McDaniel of the NVC PR team asked Dr. Powell a series of… Read More

District 4 Heroes Northwest Vista College Employees participated in District 4 Heroes 5K+10K Run/Walk to kickoff the 10thAnnual Fit Family Challenge. Coordinated by San Antonio Sports, the event was held on May 11 at Port San Antonio. It’s recognized as an official USA Track & Field (USATF)-Certified course. USATF is the national governing body for track… Read More

Congratulations to Claudia Verdin, Ph.D., a mathematics professor at Northwest Vista College. She was recently honored by the University of the Incarnate Word as a Distinguished Alumna in the UIW Spanish Program. In UIW’s Honors Convocation program, it said: She earned a doctorate degree in mathematics education from the University of the Incarnate Word. Research interest… Read More

Northwest Vista College President Dr. Ric Neal Baser was selected for the Educator of the Year Legacy Award from the West Chamber of Commerce and is doing so on behalf of the college. “I am humbled that this recognition is being bestowed upon me as I consider each one of Northwest Vista College faculty and… Read More

Congratulations to Northwest Vista College faculty Brenya Buchalski who recently competed in the Spa Girl Tri event at the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa. Brenya came in second place in her age group of 55 to 59 with a finishing time of 1:08:41.7. She had to complete a 400 meter swim,… Read More

In all the years La reVista has been covering the “Red Eye Crew,” it has recently learned it has never covered one original member – Barbara Hansen. Northwest Vista’s Gary Bowling leads a small group of caffeinated-charged instructors who teach at 6:30 am. He said this fall there will be 13 classes held at 6:30… Read More