Category Archives: Virtual Event

Health Services Management Guest Speaker

Health Services Management

Dr. Patti McCoyDiscover the future of health services management and the exciting opportunities on the horizon in our upcoming Zoom Webinar featuring Patti McCoy, Ph.D. Gain valuable insights into the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare administration, as Dr. McCoy shares her expertise and vision for the industry.

Event Title: “Health Services Management: Newest Changes and Opportunities”
Speaker: Dr. Patti McCoy
Date: Thursday, November 16th 2023
Time: 2PM CST
Register here: Link


Adulting 101: A Series of Library Events

Adulting 101

Unlock the secrets to successful adulthood in the Adulting 101 webinar series, where we’ll empower you with essential life skills. Master financial wellness, discover your career passion, navigate social media with confidence, and fortify your cybersecurity armor. Join us on a transformative journey towards a brighter future.

All webinars will be held on Zoom and everyone is welcome!

Budgeting, Relationships, and Life Events with F3E Online – October 4th at 6PM

Recording available!

Disinformation and Misinformation on Social Media – November 6th at 6PM

Register here.

A Lot of BS (Behavioral Science) About Cybersecurity – November 13th at 6PM

Register here.

All events begin at 6PM on Zoom Webinar. For more information, contact Heather Bobrowicz at 956-872-2277 or

Don’t Be Hasty: Large-scale Landscape Paintings Give Local Surroundings a Fresh Look

Artist Talk: Oct. 4, 10 – 11 a.m.  |  Exhibit Reception: Oct. 4, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.

South Texas College Library Art Gallery presents “Don’t Be Hasty,” a new exhibition by Tenured Associate Professor of Art at UTRGV, Jerry Lyles. The exhibition begins on August 28 through December 7, 2023, on the first floor of the STC Pecan Library Art Gallery located at 3201 W. Pecan Blvd., Bldg. F, in McAllen, TX. 

 Jerry Lyles received his Master of Fine Arts in Painting from the American University in Washington, D.C. This body of work includes large-scale paintings, which include outdoor observational or plein air pieces.  Lyles explores the relationships between space, forms in the given space, and our reaction to them. He poses the question, “How does space impact our sense of identity, and when that space is altered, what is negotiated in order to retain a sense of self?” Through his skilled still-life paintings incorporating color, form, value, shape, and space, Lyles searches for visual metaphors that discuss these relationships. 

The LAG will host an art talk on October 4 from 10 – 11 a.m. in the Student Union in U 2.100 and an exhibition reception the same day from 5:30 – 7 p.m. at the Pecan Library Bldg. F. This exhibit is shown concurrently with the community exhibit, “Ka-Ching! Art About Economics & Money” and will share the reception.

Couldn’t join us in person? View the art talk on YouTube:

 Admission is free and open to the public. 

STC’s Library Art Gallery Program organizes exhibitions and educational programs to engage student’s understanding of art and its role in culture, support the academic curriculum, and inspire continued education through direct engagement with artists, scholars, and original works of art. 

For more information, call 956-447-6663, email, or visit

AI in the Classroom

AI in the Classroom

John Warner

John Warner, speaker.

Join us for an enlightening discussion on the role of Artificial Intelligence in the higher education classroom with John Warner, author of Why They Can’t Write: Killing the Five-Paragraph Essay and Other Necessities. Discover how AI is revolutionizing education, enhancing personalized learning, and fostering critical thinking skills on October 24th at 3:30PM on Zoom Webinar.

STC is excited to coordinate this webinar with the Office of Professional and Organizational Development and the Liberal Arts Department. Faculty of all disciplines are welcome and encouraged to attend.

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Will'n in Weslaco: Macbeth

Conquering Fortune: The Macbeths’ Enterprise

A header image of a skull in a crown.

Dr. Dustin GishWill’n in Weslaco is the Rio Grande Valley’s first and only annual Shakespeare festival. Every spring, Weslaco celebrates one play by the Immortal Bard. The STC Library will host a lecture by Professor Gish (University of Houston) on Shakespeare’s Macbeth on April 18 at 6PM. Join us either on Zoom Webinar or in room G288 on Mid-Valley Campus for this informative guest lecture.

Event Title: “Conquering Fortune: The Macbeths’ Enterprise”
Speaker: Dr. Dustin Gish
Date: Tuesday, April 18th, 2023
Time: 6PM CST
Register here: Link

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence with Anat Samid

Emotional Intelligence

Anat Samid

Emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive, interpret, demonstrate, control, evaluate, and use emotions to communicate with and relate to others effectively and constructively. Some experts suggest that emotional intelligence is more important than IQ for success in life. Join us to learn about this skill and how to cultivate it in your life and career with Licensed Psychotherapist and founder of the Central NJ Mental Health Professionals Network Anat Samid.

Event Title: “Emotional Intelligence with Anat Samid”
Speaker: Anat Samid
Date: Wednesday, April 19th, 2023
Time: 6PM CST
Register here: Link

Fierce and Fearless: Patsy Takemoto Mink with Dr. Judy Tzu-Chun Wu

STC Library is honored to host Organization of American Historians Distinguished Speaker Dr. Judy Tzu-Chun Wu for an informative webinar on the history of Title IX’s namesake, Congresswoman Patsy Mink. A visionary leader and pioneer in education reform, Mink wrote the law in part as a response to the adversities she faced as a woman during her own education experience.

Dr. Wu recently published Fierce and Fearless: Patsy Takemoto Mink, First Woman of Color in Congress alongside Mink’s daughter, Gwendolyn Mink.

Event Title: “Fierce and Fearless: Patsy Takemoto Mink with Dr. Judy Tzu-Chun Wu”
Speaker: Dr. Judy Tzu-Chun Wu
Date: Thursday, March 23rd, 2023
Time: 6PM CST
Register here: Link

Research Strategies Unlocked! Workshops

Research Strategies Unlocked!

Research Strategies Unlocked! Workshops

Tuesday, January 31, 2:00pm
Keys to Library Services 

It’s more than a quiet place to study – find out all the ways the library can help you earn your degree.

Register here.

Wednesday, February 1, 6:00pm
Keys to Effective Searching 

This workshop will demonstrate information on formulating effective searches including how to start your research, how to filter search results, how to use Boolean Operators, and how to select a database.

Register here.

Monday, February 6, 6:00pm
Keys to Participating in the Research Conversation 

Get a visual understanding of where resources derive from and how you play an active role in the creation of information.

Register here.

Wednesday, February 15, 6:00pm
Keys to Wikipedia Alternatives 

Kick start your research with a credible encyclopedia from the library.

Register here.

Tuesday, February 21 2:00pm
Keys to Conducting Research 

Try these research tips and strategies to ace your assignments.

Register here.

Wednesday, February 22, 6:00pm
Keys to Asking the Right Questions

This workshop will demonstrate how research involves asking new questions by combining existing knowledge and information pulled from a variety of sources.

Register here.

Tuesday, February 28, 2:00pm
Keys to Citations and Avoiding Plagiarism 

Explore strategies and techniques that will help you avoid common pitfalls and turn in papers that make the grade.

Register here.

Thursday, March 2, 6:00pm
Keys to Selecting the Right Resource for Your Research Assignment 

This workshop will give students the upper hand in knowing what reliable resources they can choose for their research assignments. Students will also learn what the library has to offer when it comes to trustworthy resources.

Register here.

Monday, March 6, 10:00am and Tuesday, March 7, 6:00pm
Keys to Understanding Credible Sources 

Are all sources equal, or are there better sources to consult for your research—and sources to avoid? Find out how to find and use the most reliable, authoritative sources in your assignments to make the best grade.

Register here for the March 6 session.
Register here for the March 7 session.


Stained Glass Museum: Día De Los Muertos

South Texas College partners with Gelman Stained Glass Museum for a two-day Día De Los Muertos celebration.

The STC Library Art Gallery will kick off the celebration with a live webinar on Tuesday, November 1, at 11:30 am. The presentation will introduce the museum and the history of its stained glass collection, commemorating parishioners from over 100 years ago, and bringing their stories back to life. Admission is free and open to the public. If you missed it in person, view now on our YouTube:

The following Wednesday, November 2, at 6:00 pm, the Gelman Stained Glass Museum will host an in-person celebration and talk for Día de Los Muertos, a day in Mexican culture reserved for prayer and remembering friends and family members who have passed. Attendees may bring candles, flowers, and candies for this memorial. STC students can attend the museum event at a discounted rate.

For more information, email or visit

The South Texas College Library Art Gallery Program organizes exhibitions and programs to engage student understanding of art and its role in culture, support the academic curriculum, and inspire continued education through direct engagement with artists, scholars, and original works of art.

Transgender Protections Under Title IX

Transgender Protections Under Title IX

Transgender Protections under Title IX

Presenter Andrew Ortiz

Andrew Ortiz of the Transgender Law Center

South Texas College Library is partnering with the Department for Institutional Equity to present a series of events celebrating the 50th anniversary of Title IX, the US federal civil rights law that was enacted as part of the Education Amendments of 1972.

For this special Zoom webinar, we’ll be looking into how Title IX helps transgender students and what changes we can expect in the near future. Join us for a discussion with time for Q&A with staff attorney Andrew Ortiz from the Transgender Law Center. Registration is required, however participants will be able to ask questions anonymously through the Zoom platform. This event is free and open to all.

Event Title: “Transgender Protections Under Title IX”
Speaker: Andrew Ortiz
Date: Tuesday, November 15th 2022
Time: 6PM CST
Register here: Link

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