UTSA College of Sciences hosts 2013 research conference Oct.18
(Oct. 16, 2013) -- The UTSA College of Sciences (COS) will host the 2013 COS Research Conference from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday, Oct. 18 in the University Center on the UTSA Main Campus. The research conference will feature nearly 600 participants from universities across South Texas.
This year's theme is "Collaborative Basic and Translational Research in the Sciences” and will include exhibitor booths and more than 300 scientific oral and poster presentations by students, faculty and researchers. Additionally, nearly 60 area high school students will be in attendance.
In conjunction with Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Ravi Sandhu, UTSA Lutcher Brown Endowed Professor of Cyber Security, will provide the 3 p.m. keynote address, "The Science, Engineering, and Business of Cyber Security."
UTSA students and faculty, and researchers from across South Texas will make presentations representing various disciplines including neuroscience, stem cells and development, infectious diseases, physics and astronomy, chemistry and biochemistry, computer science, and earth, energy and the environment.
For more information, contact Cheryl Negrete at 210-458-5168.
Part of the University Relations Speakers Series, this panel discussion addresses the impact of Covid19 on the Latino community. Sarah Zenaida Gould, Ph.D., Mexican American Civil Rights Institute; Gabriel R. Sanchez, Ph.D., University of New Mexico; Marie T. More, Ph.D., University of Missouri; and Dr. Rogelio Saenz, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Demography at UTSA will be a part of this panel.Virtual Event
Rosie Castro is an American civil rights activist and educator from San Antonio who has been invovled in prominent groups like the Young Democrats of America, the Mexican American Youth Organization, the Committee for Barrio Betterment and La Raza Unida Party. She is the mother of former presidential candidate Julián Castro and Rep. Joaquín Castro.Virtual Event
In observance of Hispanic Heritage Month, the book for this month will explore issues of Latinx identity, diversity, equity, student success and social justice. Weekly sessions will include guest speakers and virtual discussions. The club will be reading "Redeeming La Raza: Transborder Modernity, Race, Respectability, and Rights" by UTSA professor Dr. Gabriela González.Virtual Event
Organized by faculty and staff from the College for Health, Community and Policy, the third Texas Latino Policy Symposium convenes academics, practitioners and activists from across the state to engage in discussions that examin the need of our Latino population and the impact of COVID-19 in Texas. The goal of this symposium is to formulate policy responses to propose to the Texas legislature that redress the disproportionate lasting impact the pandemic has had on Latino families.Virtual Event