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San Antonio Gathers for Great Conversation! on Wednesday, Feb. 29

San Antonio Gathers for Great Conversation! on Wednesday, Feb. 29

San Antonio leaders, scholars and donors will gather at the Institute for Texan Cultures on Wednesday, Feb. 29 for The University of Texas at San Antonio’s 12th annual “Great Conversation.” The UTSA fundraising event pairs guests with conversations leaders for engaging after-dinner conversations on an array of diverse and stimulating…

UTSA Invites the Community to Dinner and Great Conversation!

UTSA Invites the Community to Dinner and Great Conversation!

Tickets are on sale for The University of Texas at San Antonio’s 12th annual “Great Conversation,” the signature fundraising event that brings together prominent community leaders, scholars and donors for engaging dinner conversation diverse and stimulating topics. The event benefits UTSA Honors College student scholarships, research stipends, and leadership and…

Do Paid Advocates Prevent Juvenile Delinquency Better than Volunteers?

Do Paid Advocates Prevent Juvenile Delinquency Better than Volunteers?

Supported by a two-year, $280,000 grant from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, researchers J. Mitchell Miller in the UTSA College of Public Policy’s Department of Criminal Justice and Michael J. Karcher in the UTSA College of Education and Human Development’s Department of Counseling will partner with the…

“XXI” Exhibit Chronicles Journey of 16-foot by 6-foot Silk Cloth

While driving to her native Piedras Negras in April 2010 to prepare for an upcoming show, the stark contrast between the generally pleasant surroundings of the United States and the bleak Third World atmosphere of Mexico were never more apparent as the artist crossed the bridge into the border town…

The Nugget Company Joins UTSA Engineering Consortium

The Nugget Company Joins UTSA Engineering Consortium

San Antonio-based manufacturer The Nugget Company and The University of Texas at San Antonio today jointly announce the manufacturer has joined the UTSA Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Lean Systems (CAMLS), a consortium of interdisciplinary faculty members that partner with manufacturers around the world to improve production and solve other…

UTSA College of Architecture Students Win Third Consecutive Anderson Prize

UTSA College of Architecture Students Win Third Consecutive Anderson Prize

For the third year in a row, a team of UTSA students instructed by architecture professor Sue Ann Pemberton, FAIA, has been awarded the Kenneth Lanier Anderson Prize, given annually to the highest-ranking Charles E. Peterson Prize entry from a university located in the state of Texas. The UTSA team…

UTSA Writer-in-Residence Carmen Tafolla Honored Again by U.S. Library of Congress

UTSA Writer-in-Residence Carmen Tafolla Honored Again by U.S. Library of Congress

The Hispanic Division and the Center for the Book in the U.S. Library of Congress is again honoring Carmen Tafolla for her work in children’s literature. Tafolla’s latest children’s book, Fiesta Babies, is being recognized as a 2011 Américas Award Commended Title. Last year, she and illustrator Magaly Morales won…

UTSA welcomes scientists from Beirut

UTSA welcomes scientists from Beirut

UTSA welcomes scientists from Beirut for Nov. 18 infectious disease symposium Education, government and industry experts from across Texas and as far away as Beirut will gather at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) on Nov. 18 for the San Antonio Infectious Disease Research Symposium. The meeting, sponsored…

La Clase Mágica after-school program introduces kids to technology

La Clase Mágica after-school program introduces kids to technology

On Nov. 15, The Academy for Teacher Excellence in the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) College of Education and Human Development will celebrate the successful third year of La Clase Mágica, its ongoing, bilingual afterschool technology program.   La Clase Mágica’s end-of-the-semester gathering of students, parents and undergraduate…

UTSA Small Business Center opens office in New Braunfels Nov. 17

UTSA Small Business Center opens office in New Braunfels Nov. 17

The UTSA Small Business Development Center is opening a new office in New Braunfels to serve entrepreneurs and small business owners in New Braunfels, Schertz and Seguin areas. The office is funded through the economic development corporations of the cities New Braunfels, Schertz and Seguin through an agreement with the…

Manufacturing Execs Share Success Stories with Peers

Manufacturing Execs Share Success Stories with Peers

Manufacturing Execs Share Success Stories with Peers Nov. 18 at UTSA On Friday, Nov. 18, manufacturing executives will gather at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) to share testimonials about how the engineers at the Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Lean Systems have helped them address a variety…

“The Many Centers of Havana” @ UTSA College of Architecture

“The Many Centers of Havana” @ UTSA College of Architecture

Mario Coyula presents “The Many Centers of Havana” in UTSA College of Architecture series Cuban architect, urban designer and critic Mario Coyula Cowley will present “The Many Centers of Havana,” the third installment in the UTSA College of Architecture’s Fall Lecture Series. In his lecture, Coyula will challenge the conventional…

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