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Changing the Future of Science

Leaders emerge from the College of Sciences — in research and in education. Our programs impart the knowledge and skills required for success in competitive global marketplaces. We seek to inspire students of all ages and backgrounds to pursue research and applied sciences through traditional learning; collaborative, hands-on work; and outreach to pre-college aged students.


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Recent News
Dr. Juan Gutierrez' latest predictive model show Bexar Co. coronavirus cases could reach 200,000+ by summer's end » KENS5 | News4SA
The microscope that helped build a research powerhouse » read more
Dr. John Quarles and PhD student Samuel Ang developed open-source software tool kit that aims to reduce cybersickness in VR use » read more
Dr. Wei Wang helped develop an algorithm that keeps up with the demand of cloud computing » read more
Dr. Mark Robinson and Computer Science seniors Jaime Messinger, Andrew Noe, Sam Carey, and Tyler Mitchell create software to help patients receive faster postpandemic care » read more
Physics senior Aldo Sepulveda is one of five Roadrunner scholars honored with NSF fellowships » read more

COVID-19 in Texas Interactive Mapping Tool
developed by Dr. Hongjie Xie and PhD student YoungHyun Koo

Faculty Highlights
Dr. Doug Frantz Dr. Doug Frantz secured $883,000 from the Voelcker Fund to establish the Max and Minnie Tomerlin Preclinical Pharmacology Core for Accelerated Drug Discovery
Dr. Banglin Chen Dr. Banglin Chen and his team's work on hydrogen storage has been highlighted in Nature Reviews Materials » read more
Dr. Hector Aguilar Dr. Hector Aguilar received the UTSA University Excellence Awards President's Teaching Award for Excellence in University Service » read more
Dr. Chiung-Yu Hung Dr. Chiung-Yu Hung received the UTSA University Excellence Awards President's Teaching Award for Research Achievement » read more


Keep Running with the College of Sciences!

Good news, ‘Runners! Current undergraduate students who meet their program’s criteria will now be automatically admitted to their department’s master’s program for the Fall 2020 semester. This is a great opportunity to further your education, boost your foundational knowledge, and make connections in your field. Learn more about graduate opportunities in the College of Sciences.


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