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UTSA Criminal Justice science summer camp inspires high school students

High school junior, seniors discover the ins and outs of criminal justice careers

Meet a Roadrunner: Fiesta queen Ashley Littlefield makes UTSA her home

As a member of #UTSA19, she's ready to start college life by giving back

UTSA awarded $300,000 from Texas Comptroller to study monarch butterfly

Data gathered will determine whether to place butterfly on endangered species list

UTSA awards seed funding to faculty in engineering, kinesiology, science

Seed funding helps researchers demonstrate proof of concept for larger grants

SwRI, UTSA invest in two new joint research projects

Biofuels and vaccine projects receive $125,000 awards

Engineering student creates smart, disposable 3-D printed robot

Device can open and close valves, will soon have voice recognition

A message from UTSA President Ricardo Romo, June 2015

NASPA award recognizes vibrant quality of UTSA student life

UTSA student's dancing pendulums find home in The DoSeum

Engineering senior is working to create larger, permanent exhibit

Young African leaders learn to make their business dreams a reality

UTSA professor helps leaders from 23 African nations realize humanitarian goals

UTSA researchers warn about damaging effects of do-it-yourself brain stimulation

At-home brain stimulation is used to improve memory and mental health

Research to help IED injuries in soldiers supported by $1 million DoD grant

UTSA professor to look for new methods to treat optic nerve injuries

UTSA alum designing communal home for seniors to enjoy their golden years

Design by San Antonio-based architect Felix Ziga receives Universal Space award

UTSA researcher to study how bilingual children process math

Cognitive neuroscientist receives grant to study link between language and math

UTSA SA-PREP program opens with record enrollment at nine local campuses

A record 1,764 expected to participate in the seven-week program June 15-July 30

UTSA engineer looks to save lives with $1.8 million NIH grant

Biomedical engineering researcher takes on aneurysms with new method

UTSA students help H-E-B build a new SPARK Park on East Side

Construction students managed 300+ volunteers to complete Wheatley Middle School park

Want to motivate your employees? There’s hope in the health plan

UTSA researcher finds perception of benefits control motivates workers

Bexar County's new BiblioTech to be named for UTSA President Ricardo Romo

Ribbon cutting for new West Side facility will be held on July 25

UTSA employee receives San Antonio Volunteer Administrator of the Year Award

Cristina Dominguez helps UTSA students have enriching community service experiences

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Around Campus  

Human Resources Management and Development holds benefits fairs

Information sessions on Open Enrollment scheduled for July 9

New office hours set for Student Financial Aid and Enrollment Services

Office also announces extended hours for peak period before new term

UTSA updates benefits policy to comply with Supreme Court ruling

Benefits plan changes for employees, retirees effective July 1

Libraries dean, vice provost for info technology take new positions

Krisellen Maloney joining Rutgers, Kenneth Pierce heads to TSU

Fiscal Year-End Financial Workshop Offered in July

Faculty and staff can register for the workshops via MyTraining

Water restrictions lifted as rains ease drought conditions

Summer is a high-use time, but SAWS said it will continue to monitor the weather

UTSA changes employment and income verification process

Requests will be routed through an automated service

UTSA Handbook of Operating Procedures policies updated

HOP policies have been revised to address institutional requirements

BSE Building to Undergo Repairs May 22 to Oct. 26

Road closures will accompany roof, interior and exterior repairs as necessary




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