The snout butterfly has taken over San Antonio. Scientists say that late summer rains lead to population explosions in South Texas. https://media.kens5.com/embeds/video/8264349/iframe
(September 17, 2018) — The UTSA Vice President for Research, Economic Development, and Knowledge Enterprise (VPREDKE) and the Cibolo Preserve have renewed their research collaboration master agreement for another five years. Cibolo Preserve, a Texas charitable foundation/nonprofit, allows UTSA faculty, staff and students the controlled access to observe, instruct and conduct research per an application […]
Business Affairs’ efforts touch thousands of campus community members every day. In the spring, members of the UTSA Student Government Association (SGA) approached VPBA about the possibility of installing hydration stations at the MH and MS buildings. They like the convenience of filling up their reusable bottles with cool, filtered water as well as the […]
Facilities teamed up with the Recreation and Wellness Center to install replacement AstroTurf carpet on the east fields within the Recreational Field Complex. The project is going well and is expected to be completed by July 31, 2018.
The City of San Antonio is now in Stage 2 drought restrictions according to the San Antonio Water System (SAWS). Stage 2 restrictions begin when the 10-day rolling average of the Edwards Aquifer level reaches 650 feet mean sea level at the monitored well. In support of water conservation and environmental stewardship, UTSA campuses will […]