A decade after Texas A&M-San Antonio was approved as a stand-alone institution, university officials are planning for the future and significant growth.
Texas A&M-San Antonio celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and has cleared one major hurdle in its bid to start an intercollegiate athletics program.
With the release of initial guidelines, projects under the program to boost low-income urban and rural communities are expected to gain steam.
The Rivard Report on Wednesday announced the lineup for San Antonio CityFest, a first-ever event to celebrate ideas that accelerate progressive change in the city.
Cybersecurity threats are growing in San Antonio, a local cybersecurity expert said Thursday, and companies headquartered here are feeling the impact.
With a $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation, UTSA will tackle one of the 21st century’s imminent concerns: securing the cloud.
The building will allow the university to respond to demand for graduates with STEM training and skillsets.
Questions on immigration were at the heart of a “Conversation with the Constitution,” a free, public event held Sunday at Texas A&M University-San Antonio.
“Southside First is a nonprofit whose mission is to be the voice of prosperity, community bridging, and responsible development.”
Bexar County Commissioners approved a lease agreement with Texas A&M-San Antonio Tuesday that will allow the university to house its archives alongside the Daughters of the Republic of Texas (DRT) Library in the the former Federal Reserve Bank (FRB) building, now known as the Presidio Gallery, at 126 E. Nueva St.