(May 3, 2012) --- For the fifth year running, the UTSA College of Business Briefcase Brigade marched in the Battle of Flowers parade Friday, April 27, and the group placed second in the amusements category. The brigade was comprised of UTSA faculty, staff and students who performed a "precision" briefcase dance routine along the 2.6-mile parade route.
"We were honored to be a part of the Battle of the Flowers parade, a longstanding tradition here is San Antonio," said Daniel Hollas, College of Business dean. "It was a prime opportunity to spread the mission of the college of business and represent UTSA."
UTSA business student participants included Luisa Bran, Tina Brewster, Megan Chavez, Lewis Flores, Dina Jackson, Marston Jefferson, Patricia Lara, Jade Leal, Leticia Littleton, Rochelle Mata, Rose Ornelas, Jo Rios, Julie Rios, Christina Sikorra and Jacquelie Trejo.
Chris Medina represented UTSA College of Business alumni. Faculty and staff participants included Maureen Bird, Jennifer Courtney, Wendy Frost, Larry Garcia, Dan Hollas, Mary Kalicki, Kim Kyle, Deryl Martin, Elaine Miller, Lisa Montoya, Kathy Pope, Joey Ramos, Karen Rayzor, Diane Walz, Sandy Wenzel and Karen Williams.
The Battle of Flowers parade is the oldest event and largest parade associated with Fiesta San Antonio. It is the only parade in the United States organized solely by women volunteers.
The UTSA College of Business offers a comprehensive business curriculum at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels. The college is accredited by AACSB International, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, placing the college in the top 10 percent of business schools worldwide. It is one of the 40 largest business schools in the nation with 6,000 enrolled students.
The college is dedicated to raising its academic profile to become one of the best business schools recognized for developing "Knowledge for a New World." For more information, call 210-458-4313.
The College of Engineering invites you to the Tech Symposium showcasing innovative student projects & research performed across multiple disciplines. The symposium will not only include work in engineering, but also advances achieved in business and science.
Convocation Center, Main Campus
The Historical Trumpets and Flutes are premier chamber ensembles within the US Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps. actively serving their community and official military ceremonies will perform at UTSA. The concert is free and open to the public.
Arts Building, Band Rehearsal Hall (ARTS 2.03.20), Main Campus
Free presentation: Join us as we take a virtual tour of La Provence led by Claudia Carvalho. You will have an opportunity to immerse yourself in France and French culture by experiencing it from a touristical and cultural perspective.
McKinney Humanities (MH 2.01.04), Main Campus
Please join us for a free research symposium of nationally renowned scholars who will share their insights on 21st century educational policies and the climate they foster for today's schools, teachers and students.
Durango Building, Southwest Room (DB 1.124), Downtown Campus
The unofficial Fiesta event is an alcohol-free party that's a favorite among the UTSA community and San Antonio families. There will be free food, live music and other activities. Students will also be able to test out texting and driving and drunk driving simulators.
Paseo, Main Campus
United to Serve is a System-wide volunteer initiative involving UT System students, administrators, faculty and staff. Join fellow Roadrunner volunteers for this kickoff event prior to volunteering.
University Center Lawn, Main Campus
This session will cover Texas' high school graduation requirements and more. It is geared toward parents and families of middle school students planning for high school entry and students already in high school considering going to college.
Buena Vista Street Building, Aula Canaria Auditorium (BVB 1.328), Downtown Campus
UTSA Music Biz Day is an annual music symposium for the San Antonio community and students to network with music professionals and learn about how to get involved in the industry independent of experience. The event is free and open to all.
Arts Building, Recital Hall (ARTS 2.03.02), Main Campus
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