UTSA Celebrates

Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15-October 15

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Stronger Together

Covid Impact on San Antonio

COVID's Devastating Impact  // Dr. Rogelio Sáenz explores how people of color are bearing the brunt of the pandemic

Contact Tracing

Partners in Public Health  // UTSA students get hands-on experience on how to track people exposed to COVID-19

Roarunner Network

Roadrunners Mentoring Roadrunners  // See how students and alumni are connecting through the new Roadrunner Network

Westside Community Center

Building Relationships with San Antonio's West Side  // UTSA marks first anniversary of historic Westside Community Center

New Faculty

New Year, New Faculty  // UTSA begins the academic year with 71 new full-time faculty who come from prestigious institutions around the nation and world

“UTSA Library’s Special Collections has been a wonderful resource to continue researching Mexico’s gastronomy. We’re excited to continue sharing that history and the stories through our food”

Rico Torres Chef and co-owner of Mixtli Progressive Mexican Culinaria // San Antonio Current, Sept. 14, 2020

Celebrating Our Hispanic Heritage

Masks Up - Birds Up

UTSA has a comprehensive plan in place for fans to attend home football games as safely as possible this season at the Alamodome. Key components include reduced attendance capacity, physical distancing measures and required face coverings for all fans. Masks Up! Birds Up!

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