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Cybersecurity

Cyber attacks and data breaches seem to be in the news weekly. No one prepares its students in the fight against cyber attacks like UTSA. Top-tier researchers and professors is a big reason why. The Ponemon Institute ranks UTSA s overall cybersecurity programs No. 1 in the nation. The graduate cybersecurity programs is ranked among the top two in the United States according to Universities.com. UTSA has a wide range of cybersecurity experts in science business and engineering.

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Brain health

The brain is one of the largest and most complex organs in our body. The UTSA faculty includes 40 active researchers in brain health an extensive initiative that includes research in neurodegenerative disease traumatic brain injury regenerative medicine stem cell therapies medicinal chemistry neuroinflammation and drug design. UTSA researcher Dr. Charles Wilson just received a 5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Dr. Wilson s research focuses on the brain region involved in voluntary motor behavior the basal ganglia.

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San Antonio leadership shift

San Antonio is seeing a big shift in leadership with a new mayor and several new city council members. What makes a great leader? How will these changes impact the Alamo City? UTSA experts can lend their vast knowledge and top-tier research to help you understand successful leadership and management practices.

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San Antonio Missions Research

The University of Texas at San Antonio is leading the charge to centralize and share San Antonio Missions research. An interdisciplinary collective of faculty and staff experts at UTSA has founded the UTSA San Antonio Missions Research Consortium, a group dedicated to the study protection and enhancement of the universal values of the historic early 18th-century San Antonio Missions. UTSA has a list of experts to talk about the missions and historic preservation.

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