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Cybersecurity industry changes

After so many major data breaches last year, companies, governments and individuals are spending more than ever to protect themselves online. Cybersecurity Ventures expects this to grow to $1 trillion by 2021, making it one of the fastest growing industries in the world. What can we expect from such a boom and how can the average person benefit from it? UTSA's leading cybersecurity researchers can discuss industry changes.

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Human Performance Lab-Athlete

Thousands of athletes from more than 90 countries are competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics and there is a lot of pressure to go for the gold. What factors impact athletes abilities to perform in these high-stress situations? William Land, assistant professor of kinesiology at UTSA and supervisor of the UTSA Human Performance Lab, researches sports psychology and can discuss the mental factors influencing athletic performance at the Olympics. Land conducts research in the lab using a high-tech motion tracking system which provides real-time analysis of human movement and performance.

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Anxiety at school

In the wake of the Florida school tragedy, children might feel anxious and afraid to attend school. Parents are asked tough questions, like "why did this happen?" and "could this happen at my school?" UTSA experts in educational psychology can share advice on how parents can discuss school violence with their children and how to make them feel safe.

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3-D Architecture

With San Antonio's 300-year celebration approaching, there is cool technology being used at UTSA that gives people a different look of the Alamo. UTSA architecture experts and students are using 3-D architecture modeling software to create environments that provide an accurate and in-depth view of what Alamo Plaza was like at key points during its 300-year history.

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