Cardinals Add Game with Cyclones, Drop UNA Matchup

first_imgFans who bought season tickets can apply the funds for the North Alabama game to any home sporting event for the 2018-19 season or towards football season tickets for 2019. It can also be transferred to donation credit. With the change, Senior Day, originally scheduled for Nov. 15, will now be celebrated on Nov. 3 against Sam Houston State. The move to a Saturday allows for a bigger and more festive Senior Day celebration. Friends and family are welcome to the UIW campus to root for their senior players who gave their all this season. Moving the game originally scheduled on Nov. 15 to Dec. 1 will also allow UIW staff to focus on final preparations for “Light the Way,” UIW’s signature Christmas event scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 17.  “Light the Way” is the University’s gift to San Antonio and the surrounding community.  The event features all the traditional holiday favorites including a visit from Santa, a Holiday Shoppe, musical performances, illuminating the campus with a million twinkling lights and a fireworks finale. “This is a great opportunity for us to play a Power 5 team at a great venue,” said Director of Athletics Dr. Brian Wickstrom. “This will help us provide a better student-athlete experience and will be an exciting trip for the team. This is also a chance to take our brand to the Midwest, which will be great for the university as a whole.” The contest against the Cyclones replaces UIW’s matchup with North Alabama, which was originally scheduled for Nov. 15. SAN ANTONIO, Texas — The University of the Incarnate Word football team has altered its football schedule and will face Iowa State on Dec. 1 at 1 p.m. (CT) on MidAmerican Energy Field at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa. The game will streamed on Cyclones.tv. The game will be contested unless Iowa State qualifies for the Big 12 Championship Game or UIW qualifies for the FCS Playoffs. Iowa State’s season-opening contest was cancelled due to inclement weather, providing an open week for the Cyclones. “We are excited to add this game to our schedule,” said UIW Head Football Coach Eric Morris. “This is an opportunity to reward our student-athletes for their hard work, both in the classroom and on the field. We’ll have two more weeks of practice and are excited for the opportunity to play in Jack Trice Stadium.”  Change of plans! We are headed to Iowa State on Dec. 1! ????#CardstoMidwest pic.twitter.com/SNstgb6RES— UIW Football (@UIWFootball) September 12, 2018last_img read more

Public Policy Expert Joins Interthinx in Washington DC

first_img Share June 6, 2012 497 Views “”Interthinx””:http://www.interthinx.com/ has added a public policy expert to its leadership line up. The company recently announced the appointment of Sharee McKenzie Taylor as Interthinx’s director of industry relations in Washington, D.C.[IMAGE]Joining Interthinx from her previous role as the director of public policy for the “”Mortgage Bankers Association””:htt[://www.mbaa.org/, Taylor will become a part of Ann Fulmer’s Capitol Hill-based team. [COLUMN_BREAK]In her new position, Taylor will focus on expanding Interthinx’s relationships with industry leaders in real estate finance, federal lawmakers, and diverse federal agencies. “”Risk management and regulatory compliance are critical to restoring confidence and achieving a successful housing recovery,”” noted Fulmer, vice president of industry relations for Interthinx. “”Taylor brings a unique blend of skills and experience that will help us monitor and report on regulatory changes and industry trends affecting our clients. I had the pleasure of working with her while she was with the MBA, and I know she’ll bring valuable insights to bear during these challenging times.””Commenting on her decision to accept a role with Interthinx, Taylor noted, “”I’ve had the opportunity to work closely with many companies seeking to help the mortgage industry recover from the downturn. Based on its excellent reputation, I’m excited about the opportunity to join Interthinx. I’m particularly looking forward to increasing the firm’s profile in Washington by working with key policymakers on issues critical to the industry.”” Public Policy Expert Joins Interthinx in Washington, D.C.center_img Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Investors Lenders & Servicers Movers & Shakers Processing Service Providers 2012-06-06 Abby Gregory in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing, Technologylast_img read more