JANUARY 15, 2020 — All UTSA faculty, staff and students are invited to attend open forums in January and February featuring finalist candidates for the dean of the College of Liberal and Fine Arts.
Reporting to the provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, the dean will serve as the chief academic officer for the College of Liberal and Fine Arts with responsibility for developing a comprehensive, ambitious, and dynamic vision for the college’s future.
The new dean will play a critical role in effectively aligning the departments that now comprise COLFA; articulating and implementing a strategic plan; and guiding the college through the process of creating a refined identity, increasing its academic culture of excellence and strengthening external partnerships to advance research, scholarship and creative activity and community impact.
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During the forums, candidates will give an overview of their qualifications and discuss their vision, followed by a Q&A session.
All forums will be held on the Main Campus. Information on the individual candidates as well as candidate surveys are available online. UTSA authentication is required to view all candidate information.
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Roadrunner Days events welcome UTSA's newest students and helps our returning Roadrunners learn strategies for success in the new year.Various locations, Main and Downtown campuses
Join the UTSA contingent as we honor the memory and work of Martin Luther King Jr. in this citywide march. The City of San Antonio has sponsored this march on the east side of the city down MLK Drive since 1987.MLK Academy, 3501 MLK Drive, San Antonio
This exhibition, curated by Libby Rowe and Scott Sherer, presents the work of women artists who are compelled by their commitments to investigating and transforming social and cultural legacies and contexts.UTSA Art Gallery (ART 2.03.04), Main Campus
UTSA will further honor King with the university's annual MLK Day of Service. Roadrunners are encouraged to participate in the service day, located in various locations, including helping to beautify campus.Various locations, Main Campus
Celebrating the Year of the Rat, the 33rd annual Asian Festival will feature a wide spectrum of Asian cultures with family-friendly events and performances. Enjoy authentic Asian foods with a menu including Vietnamese, Korean, Thai, Pakistani, Chinese and Filipino cuisines. Vendors will sell clothing, artwork, dolls, silk items, jewelry and other exotic gifts.Institute of Texan Cultures, Hemisfair Campus, 801 E. César E. Chávez Blvd., San Antonio
Peniel E. Joseph, founding director of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy at UT Austin, will discuss his book “The Sword and The Shield,” which focuses on the lives of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X.Student Union, Denman Room (SU 2.01.28), Main Campus
The Heart Walk will be held at all three campus locations starting at the same time. Support Go Red for Women Day by wearing red.All UTSA campuses
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