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Joe Broschak Named Chair of the Department of Management


Joe Broschak has been named chair and professor in the Department of Management in the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA. He will begin his duties on Sept  1. “I’m very excited to have Joe join the Alvarez College of Business in this leadership role,” said Jonathon Halbesleben, dean of the Alvarez College of… Read more »

Fall 2022 Graduate Showcase: Bianca Diaz


When it was time for Bianca Diaz to choose which university to attend after graduation, she had a hard time picking the right fit for her. Upon touring UTSA, interim dean of the Honors College, Jill Fleuriet, quickly made Diaz feel like she was back at home in the valley. Both from Harlingen, Fleuriet’s hospitality… Read more »

Fall 2022 Graduate Showcase: Daniel Reyna


Daniel Reyna,’18 earned his first bachelor’s degree in environmental science almost 10 years ago.  But the COVID-19 pandemic prompted him to return to UTSA to follow his passion for biological advances and statistical data. Reyna, a native of El Paso, will graduate next week with a Bachelor of Science in Statistics and Data Science with… Read more »

Fall 2022 Graduate Showcase: Katie Celaya


Katie Celaya, ’21 has always had a special place in her heart for San Antonio. Frequenting the 210 for family vacations, Celaya knew that someday she would attend UTSA and live here. When the Midland native first arrived in San Antonio for her undergraduate degree, she knew no one. But when Celaya crosses the stage… Read more »

Riley Hamilton Earns Her B.B.A. at the Age of 19


The beginning of Riley Hamilton’s college experience was anything but normal. Not only did she kick off her freshman year at UTSA during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, but she did so at the age of 17. Next week, Hamilton will earn her B.B.A. in Management, with a concentration in Human Resources Management, at just 19… Read more »

Fall 2022 Graduate Showcase: Farah Hamed


Born and raised in San Antonio, Carlos Alvarez College of Business student Farah Hamed will graduate this December with a double major in both finance and management. Though she spent most of her childhood traveling to and from the Middle East visiting family, Hamed’s passion for the 210 is eternal. With a high school class… Read more »

Fall 2022 Graduate Showcase: Dominic Pastucci


Dominic Pastucci is no stranger to the Alamodome. As a former offensive tackle for the UTSA football team, Pastucci spent his undergraduate years dominating foes on the field with the back-to-back conference championship-winning Roadrunners. The next time he’ll be in the Alamodome he’ll be receiving his Master of Science in Business degree during UTSA’s fall commencement.… Read more »

Carlos Alvarez College of Business Names Four Faculty Fellows 2022-2023


The college has appointed four faculty to serve as fellows for the 2022-2023 academic year. The Faculty Fellows program was created to provide faculty members with leadership opportunities and to help develop the next generation of college leaders. With an emphasis on mentorship, shadowing and one-on-one training, the fellowship is personalized to meet the needs… Read more »

From Scholars to Interns: Students Reflect on UTIMCO Experiences


Five students in the UTSA Carlos Alvarez College of Business were chosen to participate in the inaugural UTIMCO Scholars’ program, where they were immersed in the asset management industry to refine their professional development and networking skills.    Participants were nominated by senior leaders at their schools. Forty-one juniors from 10 campuses across The University of… Read more »

Students Build Startups as Part of Portugal Immersion


Twelve Carlos Alvarez College of Business students embarked on a journey 4,973 miles away across the Atlantic Ocean for an experience of a lifetime. They participated in a Global Business Trek to Porto, Portugal hosted by the European Innovation Academy this past summer.  The three-week accelerated learning opportunity included 500 students from over 80 countries.… Read more »

Cyber Professor Awarded $1.5 Million in Grants


Continuing his work on Internet of Things (IoT) and critical infrastructure security, Elias Bou-Harb, associate professor of cyber security in the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA, has been awarded $1.5 million from the National Science Foundation for two grants focused on  related research, development, operations and training. These grants include collaborations with researchers… Read more »

Roadrunner Spotlight: Online Cyber Student Jacob Luevanos


Only one of 326 students in the online cyber security program here in the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA, Jacob Luevanos first chose UTSA to experience life outside of his hometown, but later appreciated UTSA’s flexible modality. When deciding upon his major, Luevanos considered what he was interested in outside of academics, his… Read more »

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