A student works on a figure drawing during a studio art class in the 1970s. Both the B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees were offered when classes started at UTSA during the 1973-1974 school year.
May 30, 2024

Nurturing artistic minds and enhancing San Antonio: 50 years with UTSA’s School of Art

The UTSA School of Art is celebrating a remarkable journey as San Antonio’s destination for affordable, high-quality arts education.

Joe Steussy (former director of the Division of Music) and Alan Craven (former director of the Division of English, Classics and Philosophy) put the finishing touches on the UTSA Alma Mater in January of 1982.
May 30, 2024

Celebrating 50 years of musical excellence: The School of Music at UTSA

This year, UTSA celebrates the 50th anniversary of its School of Music, a milestone that honors its long-standing legacy and influence in music in higher education.

Students involved with the Center for Dialogue & Deliberation
May 15, 2024

New Center for Dialogue & Deliberation opens

Drs. Laurie Lewis and Sara DeTurk, both of the Department of Communication, led the effort to establish the Center for Dialogue & Deliberation (CDD) as an official UTSA Organized Research Unit, approved April 24, 2024, by the Deans Research Council (DRC).

During an upcoming five-week trip to Oaxaca, Mexico, UTSA students will attend classes at the Universidad Autónoma de Benito Juarez de Oaxaca and participate in community-engaged learning programs.
May 15, 2024

Study Abroad at UTSA

UTSA Today highlights the wide variety of study abroad opportunities at the university and within COLFA, including over 20 university-led programs that are taught by dedicated faculty and staff who have the expertise to offer unique academic experiences abroad.

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May 7, 2024

Juliet Wiersema featured on New Books Network Podcast

Professor Juliet Wiersema from the College of Liberal and Fine Arts at UTSA was recently featured on the New Books Network's "Latin American Studies" podcast to discuss her latest publication, "The History of a Periphery: Spanish Colonial Cartography from Colombia's Pacific Lowlands."