Building on momentum created over the past 50 years—as well as the big, new ideas of a bold leadership—UTSA is poised for an even brighter future.
UTSA’s new Urban Education Institute is already making an impact on San Antonio.
Graham Weston and other leaders sign on to help UTSA build a great city.
The archaeological experts from the university’s oldest research center have been digging up the past since the beginning of (UTSA’s) time.
UTSA data and engineering experts have helped to build a database that will aid in the research of the North Pole.
UTSA becomes a national forerunner in military student support.
Abhijit Majumdar mentors students and teaches the fundamentals of robotics.
In a move supporting the university’s major strategic planning initiatives, UTSA is launching plans for a state-of-the-art athletics excellence center.
Retired architect Milton Babbitt recounts how the original Main Campus design came to life.
Tony Gonzalez ’82 is revealed as Rowdy at the inaugural men’s basketball game.
At 101 years old, Paul Kattapong M.A. ’79 is UTSA’s oldest alumni.
Wayne Terry ’85 and Trish DeBerry are named the first Mr. and Ms. UTSA at the inaugural homecoming.
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Only one person gets to be honored as the Father of UTSA: Frank Lombardino