Cornell Alumni in San Antonio
Cornell Alumni in San Antonio (CASA) aims to enrich the lives of area alumni, current and prospective students, and other Cornell-affiliated individuals through educational, social, and business networking opportunities. We plan to build a stronger alumni presence, share unique experiences, preserve Cornell traditions, and enhance the visibility of Cornell University among prospective students.
CASA consists of roughly 150 members and continues to grow! Membership with CASA is FREE, but donations are certainly welcomed and appreciated to help defray activity/maintenance costs. Please visit our "Community", "Events" and "Get Involved" sections to see how you can make a difference. CASA occasionally partners with the Cornell Club of Austin in organizing social events and volunteer projects.
Remember to visit "Events" for the most up-to-date activities
We bid farewell to Aaron Barriere '07 who has accepted a new position as a Regional Canine Trainer Position with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in the Baltimore area. As a Regional Trainer, Aaron will be developing, training, and evaluating Explosive Detector Dog Teams, who fall under DHS -this includes dog teams at major airports and in mass transit facilities. The Explosive Detector Dog Teams are initially trained in San Antonio, TX, and then transition to airports or mass transit site around the United States.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Hsiang Yee Lai
E-board Minutes (2013)