The Women’s Hall of Fame is saluting the four inductees’ contributions in student success, alternative schools, community engagement, and school operations.
In San Antonio, observing the Lunar New Year means a parade of lanterns, music and cultural performances, artwork, and good food.
UTSA is embarking on a master planning process for its main and downtown campuses as part of its ambitious goals for increased enrollment and student retention.
The project aims to help schools award hundreds of thousands more degrees by 2025 and eliminate the achievement gap for low-income and minority students.
Bernard Arulanandam, who does vaccine research, is the third UTSA faculty member inducted into the National Academy of Inventors.
Raba Kistner, a San Antonio-based engineering consulting firm worth $100 million, has been acquired by an Australian engineering firm.
An investigation into a UTSA professor’s possible discrimination against a black student found that racial bias was not a factor.
Downtown San Antonio needs to be accessible to everyone, CityFest San Antonio panelists agreed on Saturday.
On Saturday, the City and the University of Texas at San Antonio, are holding a tree-planting event followed by a free tree giveaway at UTSA’s main campus.
The goal is to enroll 250 additional Hispanic, minority, and low-income students to become teachers certified in bilingual education, ESL, math, or science.