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.
Architectural Conservation Theory; Cultural Traditions and Heritage; Historic Preservation; Master Planning for Historic Sites; San Antonio Historic Preservation
Architecture; Historic Preservation (esp. in Poland); Interior Design; International Partnerships and Exchanges; Leadership; Study Abroad
Indoor Air Quality (e.g.: Asbestos); Legal Issues in Construction Management; Pre-construction, Estimating, Costing and Contract Administration
Architecture and Urbanism of the Medieval Mediterranean; Civic Architecture in Europe; History of Women in Architecture and Construction; Preservation of Cultural Heritage Sites; The Architecture of Medieval and Modern Spain focusing on Barcelona
Archaeology; Maya Civilization; Mexico