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06 May 2024

MAY 3, 2024 — UTSA recently broadened the sphere of collaborators in its space research enterprise by joining the Universities Space Research Association (USRA). The association facilitates cooperation between federal government, foreign governments, higher-education institutions and other organizations in the development and application of space-related science, technology and engineering programs. 

17 December 2022

DECEMBER 15, 2022 — The UTSA-led Consortium on Nuclear Security Technologies (CONNECT) has received a five-year, $5 million renewal grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration. The funds will go toward UTSA’s efforts to educate and train the next generation of scientists and engineers…

18 February 2023

Single Largest Philanthropic Investment in Organization’s 45-Year History Will Establish a Fund to Help Schools Across the Country Reduce Inequities in Education

22 July 2023

Chancellor Sharp thanked Dr. Banks for her years of service and named Welsh as acting president until the Board of Regents can meet to name an Interim President. Chancellor Sharp is recommending Welsh continue as Interim President until a national search can find Dr. Banks’ successor.

14 December 2022

You wouldn’t think there would have been many firsts in flight left for someone who wasn’t born until 1920 — the year of the first transcontinental air-mail service, the first U.S. Navy flight and the first vapor trail, left by the first turbo-charged aircraft. 

06 May 2024

MAY 3, 2024 — UTSA Interim Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Heather Shipley today announced the selection of Eric Brey as dean of the Margie and Bill Klesse College of Engineering and Integrated Design (Klesse College) and David and Jennifer Spencer Distinguished Chair.

19 August 2023

(DAYTON, Ohio – August 11, 2023) The National Aviation Hall of Fame (NAHF) announced today that Megan Tucker STEAM Specialist and Dean of Curriculum at Hillsboro Charter Academy in Hillsboro, Virginia, has been selected as the NAHF’s 2023 A. Scott Crossfield Educator of the Year.

04 February 2022

NASA has chosen San Antonio's Scobee Education Center as a partner to provide space exploration and STEM education to traditionally undeserved areas, naming it an Informal Education Community Anchor.

17 July 2024

JULY 16, 2024 — UTSA is hosting a dozen students who are enrolled in a free Air Force-sponsored program that inspires young people to explore careers in aviation. The AIM High Flight Academy offers students a chance to receive personalized training from the U.S. Air Force and certified flight instructors.

24 January 2023

Says Terri Mynatt (BSEd ’89), "Being an educator to the Athabascan people of Alaska is the most rewarding experience she could have found. Now, she’s on a quest to find other graduates of the PSU College of Education to join her."

23 March 2024

A student mariachi band broke into song and cheerleaders shook pompoms on a crisp Monday morning as the single propeller on Dragon 1, a small airplane built by Southwest High School students, roared to life before taking off on its first official flight.


31 July 2023

The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents unanimously approved Mark A. Welsh III as the interim president of Texas A&M University in a special-called meeting Sunday.

26 December 2023

Sam Ximenes is a pioneering space architect who has a big vision and plans to make San Antonio a hub for space exploration and architecture. And while his local companies achieve success through design, Ximenes is recruiting San Antonio students for the workforce, making STEM education, tech and architecture accessible.

09 October 2022

“We have a variety of different programs. We have our school year program which are live-run 40-minute lessons provided by our tutors directly to our students. And so that program is actually currently going on right now, which is great. And then we also have our summer camp program, which is around like the last few weeks before school starts,” Guan said.

05 April 2023

Later this year, a group of three local scientists will take a canine-like robot — the popular Spot model, developed by Boston Dynamics — and venture deep into a South Texas cave.  

The upcoming venture into the Earth's crust marks the latest step by the group of experts to develop a detailed step-by-step set of recommendations that will allow NASA and other organizations to plan exploratory missions on the Moon using similar technologies to identify, carefully map out and get accurate readings of a lunar lava tube site ahead of human arrival and settlement.  

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