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Happy New Year .. 2011 .. San Antonio

Happy New Year .. 2011 .. San Antonio

I would like to wish everyone in San Antonio and eveyone around the world a Happy and Safe New Year !! May the Econmy be FIXED ! This footage was filmed off San Pedro and Quincy St . Where the old Lacks Location use to be .. A Special Thanks…

Christmas Day .. San Antonio 12-25-10

Christmas Day .. San Antonio 12-25-10

Merry Christmas from my Family to yours .. What a treat to spend the day with my Family and friends on this special Day .. This video was made for The Springtime65 Show Saturdays 10:30 pm on Time Warner Digital 20 and 19 Grande Cable and 99 ATT U-Verse for…

Three UTSA Faculty Receive Inaugural 2010 Howe Teaaching Awards

Three UTSA Faculty Receive Inaugural 2010 Howe Teaaching Awards

(San Antonio) UTSA President Ricardo Romo and Provost John Frederick joined executive administrators at a luncheon November 29 honoring UTSA professors Cory Hallam, Lisa Montoya and Valerie Sponsel with the 2010 Richard S. Howe Outstanding Service to Undergraduates Teaching Award. The award recognizes UTSA tenure, tenure-track and non-tenure track professors…

Teams Dead-eye and Chute Damper Tie for First at UTSA’s $100,000 Tech Venture Competition

Teams Dead-eye and Chute Damper Tie for First at UTSA’s $100,000 Tech Venture Competition

(San Antonio) UTSA business and engineering students responsible for developing and marketing a marksmanship training aid and a parachute shock absorber tied for first place at The University of Texas at San Antonio $100,000 Student Technology Venture Competition, held Saturday, Dec. 4 on the UTSA Downtown Campus. The business planning…

UTSA receives $1.25 Million from NSF to Support Cyber Security Students

UTSA receives $1.25 Million from NSF to Support Cyber Security Students

(San Antonio) The University of Texas at San Antonio has been selected to receive a four-year, $1.25 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF)s Federal Cyber Service: Scholarship for Service program to support UTSA undergraduate, masters and doctoral students committed to pursuing careers in computer and information security. UTSA…

Could an Iron Overdose Kill Breast and Prostate Cancer?

Lutcher Brown Distinguished Chair Donald Kurtz in the UTSA Department of Chemistry has been selected to receive $199,906 from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) to develop a novel approach to delivering iron at toxic levels to kill cancer cells and tumors. The two-year research project is…

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