Holub selected Fish Camp Namesake

COLLEGE STATION – Dr. Glenn Holub, instructional assistant professor, pictured bottom front,was selected as a Fish Camp Namesake this August.Fish Camp welcomes the freshman class to Texas A&M each year with the purpose of giving them the opportunity to have fun, make friends, and learn more about life at Texas A&M. Fish Camp is divided into seven sessions and within each session there are six camps. Each camp is named after an individual that has contributed to Texas A&M in a positive way. Being selected as a Fish Camp Namesake is an honor because namesakes have the opportunity to interact with and impact not only 24 upperclassmen counselors, but also up to 150 freshmen in their camp.


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