One of the first stories readers encounter in Genesis describes two migrants, Adam and Eve, leaving their first home and struggling to create a life in a new land. From Genesis through Revelation, the Jewish and Christian Bibles depict migration and responses to migration, and given the prominent role of the Bible in public life, politicians, thinkers, and migrants themselves have turned to those texts to think about just and appropriate immigration policies.
For the IWA’s celebration of the 150th Jubilee, they installed a large (40 feet long!) mural with the “A Life for God / A Heart for Others” motto in the main hallway of the administration building. In addition, there are also large posters with the motto in each building on campus, as well as a smaller version in each classroom.
Nov 23, 2019.
New name and new initiative coming to Old AT&T building.
See the video with the most important moments of the Graduations at the University of Incarnate Word 2019.
The 150th Anniversary of the foundation of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, December 8, 2019.
Mission Plaza is dedicated to the memory of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word: as presidents, deans, professors, department heads, officers, or in the many related service areas of the University.
We share with you the photos of the dedication of Mission Plaza with Dr. Evans followed by a beautiful reception.
The University of the Incarnate Word dedicated Mission Lobby to the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word who served at the University, in thanksgiving for their dedicated work with the University students and in honor of the 150th Anniversary of the Congregation.
Dr. Thomas Evans and the UIW Board of Trustees Celebrate the final closing on the acquisition of the AT &T Building on Broadway, adjacent to the UIW.