JULY 12, 2021 — Editor’s note: The following Recovery Operations message was sent today via email to faculty, staff and students:
As you know, getting vaccinated is one of the best prevention tools we have against COVID-19, and it’s an important way you can do your part to ensure a safe and healthy on-campus experience this fall. To make it as easy as possible for Roadrunners to get their vaccine, we will continue to offer convenient on-campus COVID-19 vaccine clinics throughout the rest of summer.
The vaccine clinics, hosted by Metro Health San Antonio, will be held in the Student Union Denman Ballroom (SU 2.01.28) and will continue through early August. Visit our website to view the clinic schedule and to learn more.
After you receive your vaccine on campus, you can enjoy lunch on us. All participants will receive a free $10 Rowdy Dollars gift card, redeemable at any dining or retail location on campus.
Students, faculty and staff who attend the clinics can enter for a chance to win their choice of three great prizes: a free garage parking permit for the academic year, or a $500 gift card to the Rowdy Campus Store or Campus Technology Store. For details about UTSA’s summer vaccine incentive program, visit the Get Vaxxed and Win page on our website.
As a reminder, all Roadrunners are strongly urged to be vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to the start of the fall semester. Birds up, sleeves up!
Discover the field of archaeology and more with the archaeologists at UTSA’s Center for Archaeological Research. Campers can expect archaeology themed activities, games, crafts and a hands-on look at artifacts in a lab.Virtual Event
The UTSA String Project Guitar and Orchestra Camp welcomes current year-round UTSA String Project students and public, charter, private, and home school string students who have completed grades 2-8 in the 2020-2021 school year.Virtual Event
As employees prepare to return to the physical workplace, they may experience anxiety about their health and safety and have concerns about the many changes that have occurred since the pandemic began. This session will provide helpful strategies that will help individuals more effectively transition back into working onsite, cope with changes, and re-engage their colleaguesVirtual Event
The vaccine clinics, hosted by Metro Health San Antonio, will be held in the Student Union Denman Ballroom (SU 2.01.28) and will continue through early August. After you receive your vaccine on campus, you can enjoy lunch on us. All participants will receive a free $10 Rowdy Dollars gift card, redeemable at any dining or retail location on campus.Denman Ballroom (SU 2.01.28), Student Union, Main Campus
Once the students have the basics down, we go further in this Intermediate Coding Camp in collaboration with experts from UTSA NASA CAMEE center to see how the coding knowledge applies to real-time data such as data received by NASA, daily weather data, and satellite imagery. This camp lets students put their creative hats on and explore creating more advanced Python programs with graphics.Virtual Event
This camp will introduce students to the world of white-hat hacking and penetration testing. Starting with a comprehensive introduction of foundational cybersecurity principles, this camp will introduce participants to the various toolkits and approaches used to compromise and secure vulnerable computer and network systems, applications, and protocols.Virtual Event
Transitioning from summer courses to fall semester might leave you feeling burned out. Since self-care is important, join us for ways to destress and recharge.Virtual Event
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