December 10, 2021

Grad student archives pandemic’s memories and West Side’s El Pueblo

UTSA Office of University Strategic Communications

A Mentimeter word cloud generated by the Tactical Visioning Task Force
September 29, 2021

Tactical Visioning Task Force launches second phase of process along with Southwest School of Art

The Tactical Visioning Task Force launched phase II of its visioning process for the College of Liberal and Fine Arts earlier this month, now with the added scope of including the new partnership with the Southwest School of Arts.

A Mentimeter word cloud generated by the Tactical Visioning Task Force
August 4, 2021

Task force for tactical visioning publishes phase I report

As you know, in 2020-21 35 COLFA faculty, staff, and students, along with colleagues from across the UTSA community served on the COLFA Tactical Visioning Team. The goal of the team was to gather input from COLFA faculty, staff, students, the UTSA community, and the wider San Antonio community about the identity – perceived, lived, and aspirational – of COLFA and possible directions following our move from 11 departments to 9.

Farrin Moreno
August 3, 2021

MA student Farrin Moreno featured as a Parent Voice Contributor

Farrin emphasizes how communication plays a critical role in the experience of neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) parents.

Libby Rowe, COLFA Associate Professor of Art at her show, ‘Taming the Chaotic Mind’
July 16, 2021

Libby Rowe funds new show ‘Taming the Chaotic Mind’ with funds from Stumberg Summer Research Award

Libby Rowe, COLFA Associate Professor of Art, was awarded a solo exhibition through a call for submissions held by Clamp Light Artist Studios and Gallery in collaboration with Casa Lü Gallery and Artist Residency Program.

July 6, 2021

Four Roadrunners win Fulbright awards to travel abroad

UTSA Office of Nationally Competitive Awards

“The opportunities are endless and the impact in the community is palpable.” - Dean Martinez
May 4, 2021

Glenn A. Martinez selected as next dean of College of Liberal and Fine Arts

UTSA Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Kimberly Andrews Espy today announced the selection of Glenn A. Martinez, professor of Hispanic linguistics at The Ohio State University, as the dean of the College of Liberal and Fine Arts and the Stumberg Distinguished University Chair. He begins his duties July 1.

Amber Chin, Fullbright Scholar, 2021-2022
April 30, 2021

UTSA student earns Fulbright Scholarship

Her project is focused on political science and social media network analysis, specifically how our political affiliations translate into our digital environments. She's currently completing the first year of German language classes at UTSA, which will help her acclimate to daily life in Rostock.

For their efforts, Hyjek and Martinez received official participation certificates, transcripts, and of course an awesome T-shirt, not to mention significantly approved ability with the Japanese language
April 27, 2021

UTSA Students do virtual study abroad at japanese university

Hyjek and Martinez maintained a grueling schedule attending UTSA by day while studying at Kyoto University from 8 p.m. every evening until three in the morning, Monday through Friday. Both students worked alongside UTSA professor Mimi Yu who served as an unofficial liaison helping student navigate the virtual halls and classrooms of the Japanese university.

Karla Hernández
March 22, 2021

Interview with Karla Hernández

Karla Hernández is a proud first-gen, UTSA 2020 alumna with a bachelor of arts in Medical Humanities and a minor in Biology. She speaks English, Spanish, and Portuguese, and is a CoreCHITM medical interpreter for underserved Hispanic communities in her home city, Houston, Texas.

Smiling COLFA student doing the UTSA roadrunner finger salute

Your future starts here

The University of Texas at San Antonio College of Liberal and Fine Arts is UTSA's largest college. It offers degrees through its 11 departments, administering 33% of all UTSA credit hours.