Hispanic Faculty


Jesús H. Hinojosa

Class of 1960
Professor Emeritus of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning

Jesús H. Hinojosa first joined the A&M faculty in 1960 before a teaching stint at Harvard University, where he also received a Masters Degree in City Planning. He returned to Texas A&M, where he served in many positions including Director of Continuing Education and Urban Extension for Model Cities, Department Head of Urban and Regional Planning and Associate Dean for International Programs.

David Hinojosa

Professor Emeritus,
Educational Administration

A noted author, teacher and educational administrator, David Hinojosa received his bachelor’s and master’s from Texas A&I University and his doctorate in Administration and Supervision from the University of Houston in 1974. He joined the faculty at Texas A&M in 1984 as an Associate Professor of Educational Administration and Co-Director of the Principals Center. He left A&M in 1986 to take the position of Assistant Superintendent in the Corpus Christi Independent School District. He joined the Texas A&M University System in 1989 as Associate Deputy Chancellor for Programs. In 1992, he became a Professor of Educational Administration, a position he held until 1994. During his time at Texas A&M, he was one of the founders of the Professional Hispanic Network.



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