The College of Business has recently made several administrative changes to better reflect the college’s strategic priorities. Kevin Grant, associate professor in the Department of Information Systems and Cyber Security, has been appointed as the new associate dean of undergraduate studies. An active scholar and teacher, Grant will be responsible for all undergraduate academic services.
“With an exceptional record of service, Dr. Grant will be instrumental as we restructure our undergraduate degree programs to facilitate a timely graduation process for all business students,” said Sanders.
Grant has taught at UTSA since 2000, and he has led the project management program. He has previously served as assistant dean for academic programs at the Graduate School of Logistics and Acquisition Management at the Air Force Institute of Technology.
In an effort to expand professional development opportunities for all business students, Lisa Montoya has been named associate dean for professional development and international business programs. She previously served as the associate dean for undergraduate studies and entrepreneurship.
Through her work in the Center for Student Professional Development, Montoya and her team will manage all student development and extracurricular activities including the international immersion programs.
“My priority is to expand upon our already successful professional development programs to produce students who will have the total package upon graduation—polished professional skills, leadership training, compelling internship opportunities as well as international experiences,” said Montoya.
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