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Jeremiah Follis Earns Job with Microsoft Post Graduation

Born and raised in San Antonio and in close proximity to the university, Jeremiah Follis has been influenced by the richness of UTSA culture his whole life. The oldest of nine children, he often found himself navigating a path to success independently, without many close role models to guide him. With a heart for communicating… Read more »

Graduate Student Chris Engstrom Completes His Master’s in Business

Non-traditional graduate student Chris Engstrom was born in Frankfurt, Germany to a military mother and later adopted at the age of 2. After graduating from high school, he joined the Coast Guard and served for over 16 years as a corpsman. Learning the importance of discipline, teamwork and good leadership, this life-changing experience helped him… Read more »

Juan Carlos Gallegos Gears Up for Finance Job at JP Morgan

Juan Carlos Gallegos will graduate with a degree in finance from the Carlos Alvarez College of Business this fall, following the footsteps of his older brother who inspired him to attend UTSA. Originally from Laredo, Gallegos moved to Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico at the age of 3 and later moved back to the states at… Read more »

Graduate Megan Nguyen Begins Cyber Career with Black & Veatch

Megan Nguyen, a senior cyber security major looks forward to crossing the Alamodome graduation stage and making her immigrant parents proud. Inspired to attend UTSA and the Carlos Alvarez College of Business because of the devout dedication to diversity, Nguyen attributes her successes at the university to her parents who escaped the Vietnam war and… Read more »

Two Faculty Receive Endowed Chair Appointments

Two faculty members have recently been named to newly-created endowed chair positions in the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA. Joseph Broschak, chair and professor in the Department of Management, has been named the Glenn and Ann Biggs Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship. Juan Manuel Sanchez, Ph.D. ’06, has been named the Charlie and Ann… Read more »

Eric Bachura Uses Data to Pursue Research that He Loves

Growing up in rural Kansas, Eric Bachura, Ph.D. ’20, assistant professor of information systems and cyber security in the Carlos Alvarez College of Business, fosters a pantologic spirit that has shaped him into the person he is today: a scholar and adventurist. Bachura’s interests range from machine learning to martial arts mastery. A jack of… Read more »

UTSA Accounting Students Attend Deloitte Leadership Summit

Seventeen accounting students from the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA were selected to attend the Deloitte Making Accounting Diverse and Equitable (MADE) Leadership Summit at Deloitte University in Westlake, Texas last month. Student attendees were John Arreola, Michelle Cruz, Lily Espinoza, Paola Garza Lambert, Katarina Guevara, Maria Hernandez, David Herrera, Sierra Hugos, Derek… Read more »

Ph.D. Student Receives Scholarship from the American Marketing Association

Erika Zuloaga Cosme, M.A. ’19, a marketing doctoral student in the Carlos Alvarez College of Business, was selected as a recipient of the Valuing Diversity Ph.D. scholarship from the American Marketing Association. The scholarship seeks to widen opportunities for underrepresented populations attending marketing doctoral programs. “I was attracted to this scholarship because of its purpose–to… Read more »

UTSA Alvarez Alumna Named CEO of Tech Bloc

Going above and beyond in all aspects of her life, Ileana Gonzalez, ’16 has made bold choices throughout both her professional career and her time as a student at UTSA. From wrangling Rowdy at the Alamodome to serving as student body president and Ms. UTSA, Gonzalez uses her passion to foster her success in all… Read more »

College’s Cyber Enrollment Growing to Meet Industry Demands

With a cyber security threat occurring every 39 seconds and costing more than $6.9 million in fraud annually according to the FBI, the need for professionals trained to thwart these attacks is critical. The Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA is helping fight this danger through its nationally recognized cyber security programs. The undergraduate… Read more »

UTSA Takes Top Spot at Cybersecurity Competition

A team of UTSA cybersecurity and computer science students won first place in the central region Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition (CPTC) held last month in Tennessee. The students will compete in the global finals in January 2024. Team members were Alex Bryant, a junior computer science major; Aditya Dindi, a sophomore cybersecurity major; Logan Goins,… Read more »