New clusters of research-intensive faculty strengthen UTSA’s ability to tackle society’s grand challenges and to raise the university’s stature at a national level.
Kimberly Andrews Espy has the experience necessary to advance UTSA’s vision.
New faces and promising performances propel UTSA’s athletics program forward.
Lisa Campos leads Roadrunner athletics toward a stronger program with a goal to enhance the overall student experience and build community support.
Recording the important, beautiful, and memory-worthy moments at UTSA.
UTSA mourns the loss of civic leader Tom C. Frost Jr., a tireless university champion.
Will artificial intelligence lead us to one day be ruled by evil robot overlords?
Anthropology professor Luca Pozzi discovers and helps his team chronicle an unrecognized genus of bush baby while doing field work in the south of Africa.
A UTSA team enters Guinness World Records with smallest medical robot.
Dr. Eighmy looks at UTSA’s progress in his first year and to the bold future in store.
Honors College students help make life a bit more interesting for elephants at the San Antonio Zoo by creating interactive tools and toys for them.
UTSA is recognized again as one of the top young universities globally.
A UTSA project is helping set standards to protect South Central Texas’ water supply.
UTSA is consolidating research about San Antonio’s famed shrines.
Karl Klose shares research on infectious disease via his podcast.
A roundup of research taking place at the university.
Chemists develop way to easily test for patient infections in clinical settings.
Generations of the Rodriguezes have alumni pride for UTSA that runs in their family—with four members having graduated from the university.
San Antonio businessman A.J. Rodriguez ’98, M.B.A. ’00 is also a celebrated painter.
Astrophysicist Lindsay Fuller ’17 works with the stars she dreamed of as a child.
Benoit Lecomte ’95 is swimming across the Pacific to raise money for science and bring awareness to the pollution that is choking our oceans.
Michael Cirlos ’11 has a new book on his photography of local citizens.
Two artist alums, Kitty Dudics ’81 and Cruz Ortiz ’00, are noted for their work.
Retired after 43 years, Pat Graham founded the UTSA Ambassadors.
Helping you keep up with fellow classmates through a compilation of alumni submissions & reports from newspapers & other media outlets.
Remembering our Roadrunner family.
Check out the most recent print issue. Just click on the cover to open and start reading Sombrilla Magazine.
Fine arts graduate students invite us into their studios and tell why they chose UTSA’s M.F.A. program specifically.
Coach Kristen Holt makes some big changes in her first year with women’s basketball.