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Students Embark on Business Trek to Washington, D.C.

Nineteen Carlos Alvarez College of Business students traveled to our nation’s capitol to participate in the college’s Global Business Trek experiential learning program. Student participants were Ricardo Ayala, Anyssa Bravo, Sofia Chapman, Emmanuel Collingwood, Lily Espinoza, Andrew Estrada, Daisy Flores, Stephanie Florez, Sydney Jackson, Jasmine Mendoza, Luis Nino, Dante Okpala, Angela Otuokere, Cynthia Pena-Baker, Beverly… Read more »

Leung Receives Richard S. Howe Outstanding Teaching Award

Mark T. Leung, associate dean for undergraduate studies and professor of management science and analytics in the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA, was named the recipient of the Richard S. Howe Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award during the University Excellence Awards event last month. “It is an honor and a privilege to receive this… Read more »

Graduate Lilian Udenenwu Cherishes Her Time at UTSA

Lilian Udenenwu’s graduation from the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA will be bittersweet. She is excited to start a new chapter in her life with Whirlpool, but she will miss the friendships that she’s developed during her time at UTSA.  Udenenwu will receive her B.B.A. in operations and supply chain management this month.… Read more »

College Partners with San Antonio Area Foundation on Nonprofit Data Program

Data visualization and analysis aren’t typically areas of strength for many – if not most – local nonprofit organizations. They know the benefits from being in the know on this front but, facing perennial staffing and budgeting challenges, it’s an investment they haven’t been able to consider. Now, thanks to a new and unprecedented partnership… Read more »

Angel Morales Completes His Academic Journey

Inspired by his grandfather to chase his dreams and finish what he started, Angel Morales will receive his bachelor’s degree in management from the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA 15 years after he first started his educational journey. “I’m more grateful this time around,” said Morales, who left UTSA to care for his… Read more »

College’s MBA Programs Ranked by CEO Magazine

The Executive MBA (EMBA) program in the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA was ranked No. 13 globally and fourth in the United States by CEO Magazine in their 2023 Global MBA Rankings. The UTSA MBA was ranked as a Tier One Global MBA program. This is the fifth consecutive year that both programs… Read more »

Pepe Chang Paved a Unique Path to Professorship

Becoming a college professor can be a fairly straightforward path for many aspiring instructors: earning bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees, spending time as a teaching assistant, conducting and publishing research and writing dissertations. Pepe Lee Chang chose to take a less traditional route in her higher education journey. Her resume includes her current role as… Read more »

Graduate Students Find Security Vulnerabilities in Life360 App

Is anything ever safe and secure in today’s digital age?  Probably not, but a group of graduate students in the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA were surprised to discover security vulnerabilities in a location sharing mobile application designed to promote family safety. As part of a semester-long research study, M.S. Information Technology student… Read more »

Business Researchers Study How Workplace Impacts Sleep

How you choose to vocally express yourself at work—either positively or negatively—can affect your sleep. A new research study by Zahra Heydarifard, Ph.D. ’22, a UTSA alumna and assistant professor of management at Bryant University, and Dina V. Krasikova, associate professor of management at the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA, are connecting the… Read more »

College Announces Changes to Leadership Structure

The Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA has realigned its leadership team in order to better support college strategic initiatives. The college’s associate dean roles have been restructured and expanded into four positions. “As I have settled into my role over the past nine months, I have had an opportunity to evaluate how we… Read more »

College Mourns Loss of Retired Faculty Member David Johnsen

David Johnsen, a retired associate professor of practice in marketing in the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA, died on Feb. 4 following a battle with pancreatic cancer at the age of 75. A Celebration of Life memorial service will be held from noon-2 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 22 at River City Community Church,… Read more »