Top News  

UTSA welcomes Department of Defense representatives Sept. 18 for conference

Conf. will uncover collaboration opportunities for DoD and educational institutions

U.S. Science and Tech Adviser visits UTSA to talk STEM, science diplomacy

Frances Colón to keynote 2014 San Antonio Postdoctoral Research Forum, Sept 16

UTSA named a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense

New designation by NSA/DHS recognizes UTSA's strength in cybersecurity

UTSA awarded $500,000 NSF grant to study cloud computing

Engineers and scientists collaborate to improve security of cloud-based structures

Bicultural-Bilingual Studies department acquires Bilingual Review journal

Transfer of journal underscores UTSA's strength in bilingual education

UTSA Meet a Roadrunner: Linda Santos is making dreams come true

Set to graduate in December, she always knew she was meant to teach

UTSA, SwRI research finds low-cost method to treat fracking water

Study discovers biochar effectively cleans chemicals released in flowback water

UTSA African-American institute makes graduate school dreams a reality

Forty-three percent of participants are in grad school or have earned graduate degree

UTSA awarded $300K from DoD for brain-controlled drone research

Unmanned Systems Lab to study man-machine interface behind unmanned aerial vehicles

UTSA receives $2.6 million grant to research Hispanic student retention

Academy for Teacher Excellence aims to increase Hispanic enrollment by 20 percent

UTSA students celebrate grand opening of The Paisano Media Arts Center

It is oldest independent collegiate student newspaper at a Texas university

UTSA College of Education and Human Development names department chairs

Jeremy Sullivan and William Cooke began new roles this semester

UT Health Science Center, UTSA partner to bring more nurses into workforce

Joint agreement will make it easier for qualified students to enter nursing school

UTSA engineering and business colleges rank in top 10 for Hispanics

UTSA programs consistently rank high for Hispanic grad students by HispanicBusiness

UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures hosts Tejano Ranching Family Day Sept. 14

Program offers view of early Tejano culture and life on historic ranchos

UTSA professor participates in Washington panel on minority students

Anne-Marie Nunez discusses opportunities for minority students

President Ricardo Romo to deliver State of the University address Sept. 30

President will recount UTSA milestones and outline new top-tier initiatives

COA renamed College of Architecture, Construction and Planning

New name more accurately reflects the disciplines offered through the college

UTSA President Ricardo Romo receives Outstanding Civilian Service Medal

Award is one of the highest civilian honors bestowed by the Army

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Around Campus  

UTSA North Paseo Building move-in proceeds through Nov. 21 on Main Campus

See the complete move-in schedule by classroom and department

VPR, Faculty Center offer NSF grant writing workshops Sept. 16

Workshops will teach UTSA faculty about grant writing best practices

Faculty and staff: UTSA offers 250+ free training classes this fall

Enhance your skills, build confidence, prepare for advancement and have fun

UTSA community invited to join Black Faculty and Staff Association

Group works to increase support and mentoring for black faculty, students, staff

UTSA Undergraduate Orientation Advisory Board seeks program proposals

Proposals will modify student orientation programs beginning spring 2015

City of San Antonio adds bike lanes on Valero Way next to UTSA Main Campus

Addition of bike lanes will eliminate vehicle parking on the city street

UTSA to benefit from new funding initiative by University of Texas System

Initiative will help maintain tuition rates, shift auditing control to UT System

UTSA Community Connect Breakfast brings together community agencies

Representatives from nonprofits, businesses and public agencies visit UTSA

UTSA Today Poll

Please select an option!
Faculty-staff: How many HR training classes will you take this fall? (
1 class
2 classes
3 classes
4 or more classes
Not sure
UTSA Poll Results
Faculty-staff: How many HR training classes will you take this fall? (

1 class
8 votes - 12%
2 classes
5 votes - 8%
3 classes
10 votes - 15%
4 or more classes
10 votes - 15%
Not sure
33 votes - 50%
Total: 66 votes


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