Tag Archives: virtual event

Biotech: Cat Microbiomes

Biotech: Cat MicrobiomesDr. Sandra Porter presents on biotechnology, cats, and more. How was Lil Bub different from your average cat, and what can we learn from her unique genetic profile? Register for this Zoom Webinar right meow! Join us on October 4th at 2:45PM!

Dr. Sandra PorterEvent Title: “Biotech: Cat Microbiomes”

Speaker: Dr. Sandra Porter

Date: Monday, October 4th, 2021

Time: 2:45PM – 3:45PM CST

Register here: https://southtexascollege.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_2nIXELi0T7S_CR1qRehUrg

Why Volunteer?

Why Volunteer?

Why Volunteer?

Join writer, speaker, and volunteer advocate Marla Bautista and the United Way of South Texas for a presentation on the benefits of volunteer work and altruism. This online presentation will be on September 1st at 4PM, and is free and open to all!

Presenter Marla Bautista

Event Title: “Why Volunteer?”

Speaker: Marla Bautista and United Way of South Texas

Date: Wednesday, September 1st, 2021

Time: 4PM – 5PM CST

 

YouTube video coming soon! For now, check out this event as archived on Facebook: https://fb.watch/7MSd7PZDjs/

Author Visit with Jo Reyes-Boitel

Pride Talk with Jo Reyes-Boitel

Jo Reyes-Boitel is a queer, mixed-Latinx parent, poet, essayist, and playwright with a new book coming out in 2021. Tune in for a reading of her work and a talk on how she established her voice as a writer. This event is free, open to the public, and will be hosted on Zoom Webinar.

Event Title: “Pride Author Talk with Jo Reyes-Boitel”

Speaker: Jo Reyes-Boitel

Date: Wednesday, June 23rd, 2021

Time: 6PM – 7PM CST

Recording available!

Juneteenth with JUSTUSarts

Header Image: How Many Freedom Songs Must We Sing Before Freedom Comes?

In honor of Juneteenth, STC Library is thrilled to present JUSTUSarts Educational Entertainment and their program “How Many Freedom Songs Must We Sing Before Freedom Comes?” Join us for a special performance by master storyteller Oba William King, vocalist Lisa Williams White, and drummer Mark Vaughn. Featuring selected poetry, old and original folk tales, and spoken word stories like only Oba can deliver. Ms. Lisa’s vocalizations and songs bring spirit, harmony, and an unmatched reverence for African American history and share the magnificence of the African American journey. Join us for a unique experience of African drumming and storytelling on Zoom webinar.

JUSTUSarts members Oba William King, Lisa Williams White, and Mark Vaughn

Event Title: “How Many Freedom Songs Must We Sing Before Freedom Comes?”

Performer: JUSTUSarts Educational Entertainment

Date: Thursday June 17th, 2021

Time: 1PM – 2PM CST

Recording available!

Chef talk & cooking demo

Chef Medrano on The Cooking Spot

Chef Adan Medrano on the Cooking Spot

Check out the recording on the Culinary Arts YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMrUYBlft0k

STC Library and the STC Culinary Arts department is thrilled to announce that we will have Chef Adán Medrano as a guest on the Culinary Arts live streaming show The Cooking Spot. Chef Medrano was recently the subject of a documentary  about South Texan cuisine, Truly Texas Mexican. Chef Medrano is the author of a cookbook of the same name, which you can also find in our library collection! Join us for a special talk and a cooking demonstration.

This event is free and open to the public, and will be conducted through Zoom.

Chef Adán Medrano

Event Title: “Chef Adán Medrano on the Cooking Spot”

Speaker: Chef Adán Medrano

Date: Wednesday, May 5th, 2021

Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm CST