Our team sadly lost one of our own this month. Communications Officer James A. Garcia passed away Feb. 5 after a short illness. James was a dedicated employee who would have celebrated his 14th anniversary with Public Safety on February 20.
The Purchasing department is excited to have Miller and Monserrate on the team. Although new to the department, both have already proven to be assets to the department, serving UTSA with dedication and experience.
In a continuing effort to advance and align operations and services with the university’s administrative efficiency initiative, Business Affairs is making organizational changes to its Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management (EHSRM) department.
The San Antonio Chapter of the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) Institute welcomed Veronica Mendez, Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President for Business Affairs, as their keynote luncheon speaker in June.
UTSA today announced the selection of Sylvia Ann Enriquez, a native of San Antonio’s westside with more than 25 years of professional experience, as its new Associate Vice President of Human Resources.
UTSA placed first among nine Texas universities participating in Recyclemania’s waste diversion category. Recyclemania is an annual eight-week intercollegiate competition that started this year on February 3 and ended March 31.
UTSA’s commitment to building a healthier, more sustainable campus community has earned it a gold score from the City of San Antonio’s ReWorksSA certification. UTSA is the first university in San Antonio to receive the program’s highest designation, which recognizes businesses for their waste reduction and recycling efforts
Welcome Basura Bashers! Basura Bash is a one-day, all-volunteer event to clean the San Antonio Watershed. For the past 24 years, volunteers have cleaned area waterways. Join us for the 25th Annual Basura Bash Waterways Cleanup.
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