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Under Romo's leadership, UTSA
has surged in the ranks among its peers, emerging as one of the fastest-growing higher education institutions in Texas while tightening its admissions standards from a one-time open admissions institution.
This is the right time to hand the reins of leadership to a new president, knowing there is a solid foundation of excellence in place and tremendous momentum that will keep UTSA
moving forward," he said in a statement.
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largely overlooked by commentators, (12) the UTSA
Moreno says that's when a light bulb went off--the "community" that Tetro was becoming a part of was not just UTSA
, but rather the city at large.
Now in its fifth year in Texas, cohorts of bilingual teacher candidates (20-25 each semester) take a class at the university campus that is directly tied to LCM@ UTSA
Meanwhile, the formation's proximity to the Gulf Coast refinery complexes has not only increased the economic benefits to producers, but shifted the energy mix for the United States as a whole, per UTSA
Athletic Director Lynn Hickey recalls her job interview 12 years ago with school President Ricardo Romo.
26) Ultimately, the commissioners wanted the UTSA
to codify the common
314, University of Texas at San Antonio, One UTSA
said that it is also using the microscope to study Alzheimer's disease, to develop new materials and for other applications.