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Two music faculty featured in First Fine Arts Lenten Series March 17, 24, 31

Soprano Linda Poetschke and Pianist Kasandra Keeling accompany musicians

UTSA names Kathryn Funk-Baxter Vice President for Business Affairs

1988 UTSA master's grad will oversee six divisions, 31 departments

UTSA researchers are tackling cancer in many different ways

Scholars from various disciplines help combat the second leading cause of death

UTSA Great Conversation! raises a record $312,000 for scholarships

Discourse focused on arts, business, food and other topics

UTSA announces creation of Open Cloud Institute

New partnership will support education, research in cloud computing

Natural gas grants generated $128 million for Texas economy in 2014

New UTSA economic impact study explores clean energy in the Texas Triangle

ITC presents Los Peloteros featuring baseball in Tejano communities March 8

San Antonio Missions will give free baseballs to first 50 children in attendance

UTSA hosts nationally-recognized experts at Big Data Symposium March 17

Big data is a key strategic priority and academic initiative

UTSA offers SBDC Counselor and Director Certificate trainings in Argentina

Trainings will help Argentina establish SBDCs to strengthen its economy

UTSA Mobile Go Center adds Brackettville to South Texas road trips March 2-5

One stop source for college knowledge will visit Laredo, Eagle Pass and Brackettville

UTSA Roadrunner Remembrance Ceremony is March 7 on Main Campus

UTSA community invited to honor, celebrate Roadrunners who passed away in 2014

San Antonio mayoral debate to be held at UTSA

Candidates will discuss issues facing the city at March 25 forum

UTSA Int'l Trade Center staff attend launch of first SBDC in Dominican Rep.

Dominican Republic will open six SBDC pilot centers in Feb. and March

UTSA releases student census numbers for spring 2015

College of Business has largest population of enrolled students this semester

U.S. Army Reserve taps UTSA to create education pathways for cyber warriors

Army invited six universities from across the nation to form unique partnership

Criminal justice researchers examine role of gender in federal sentencing

Researchers examined how gender, criminal history intersect in the courtroom

Are walking, talking, feeling robots like Chappie in our future?

UTSA engineering professor Pranav Bhounsule shares his expertise

Psychology student studies perceived promiscuity of females with tattoos

Lisa Oakes investigates how tattoos infuence perceptions

Meet a Roadrunner: Earlene Gonzales is a tireless advocate for children

UTSA Child Development Center director always puts child's needs first

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Around Campus  

Lisa Marie Gomez named executive director of UTSA international programs

Gomez committed to raising the profile of the university globally

Portion of Bauerle Road to be closed for repairs beginning Saturday

Daily closure for crosswalk repairs will run from March 7 to March 15

UTSA students attend National Collegiate Leadership Conference

Students explored leadership, social justice and service

UTSA First-Year Experience program seeks student peer mentors

Jobs available for eligible students, March 6 application deadline

VPR announces grant funding available through UTSA

Awards will be available through three separate grant programs

UTSA hosts student leaders for civic leadership conference

More than 100 college student leaders learned importance of civic engagement

UTSA celebrates Women's History Month 2015 March 3-31

UTSA Women's Studies Institute plans month of events celebrating women's history

UTSA students attend 2015 Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference

Twenty-eight UTSA students learned about leadership, reflected on personal experience

UTSA Student Leadership Center Roadrunner of the Month: Crystal Alsip

Alsip was nominated for promoting lifelong learning and her commitment to excellence

Green UTSA: RecycleMania competition runs through Mar. 28

UTSA participates in national intercollegiate recycling/waste reduction competition

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