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  • Student Success

    UTSA remains student-focused by creating opportunities for scholarship support, experiential learning, life-changing education, and the recruitment and retainment of the best and brightest.
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    UTSA strives to attract and retain world-class faculty, endow fellowship opportunities, and drive our mission to becoming a nationally recognized research university.
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    UTSA will realize its full potential by enhancing its infrastructure and emphasizing strategic growth to create an environment of excellence for students, faculty, and staff to thrive in.

Mathur and Kamat Gift $20,000 to UTSA Prefreshman Engineering Program

UTSA Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Dean of the UTSA Graduate School Ambika Mathur and her husband, Deepak Kamat, have donated $20,000 to the Prefreshman Engineering Program (PREP), a pre-college summer program that increases participation among traditionally underrepresented middle and high school students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The first PREP summer program launched in San Antonio with 50 students. More than 40 years later, the program exists at more than 125 school districts across Texas as well as school districts in California, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona and Idaho
Ambika Mathur and Keepak Kamat
Gifts That Keep On Giving
Endowing a gift at UTSA can change lives and open pathways to bold futures. This type of gift provides permanent support for our students and faculty who are focused on learning and research. UTSA’s overall endowment continues to increase because of generous supporters, like you, who believe in our mission. Read our latest Endowment Report

Alzheimer’s Researchers Awarded $4M in Oskar Fischer Prizes from UTSA

The University of Texas at San Antonio today announced the 10 recipients of the Oskar Fischer Prize, an international competition to expand society’s understanding of the causes of Alzheimer’s disease. The prize, the world’s largest of its kind, totals $4 million in gold, silver and bronze categories, with finalists receiving $500,000, $400,000 and $300,000, respectively.  

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