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Investment Society Hosts Sector Wars Competition

Battling it out using Bloomberg Terminals, the UTSA College of Business Investment Society student organization hosted their sixth annual Sector Wars competition last month. Eight sector teams comprised of 28 senior and junior analysts presented their stock-screening model to a panel of experienced portfolio managers. The teams were graded on model organization and sophistication, clarify… Read more »

UTSA Doctoral Student Accepts Academic Position at Michigan State

When Hanyong Park began his doctorate in marketing, he was drawn to the college’s program based on his research fit with marketing faculty members. His laser-focus on research was instrumental in his hiring as an assistant professor at top-ranked Michigan State University upon graduation this May. “My research focuses on how resource scarcity influences an… Read more »

M.S. Business Students Find Success in the Workplace

Master’s students in the UTSA College of Business M.S. in Business program are not only discovering their passions, but they are graduating with jobs utilizing these newfound skills. When Kristen Healey entered the one-year cohort program, she wasn’t sure what career path to take, but knew that she wanted to pursue a career outside her… Read more »

MACY Student Brianna Caban Begins Career with ExxonMobil

San Antonio native Brianna Caban will graduate this May with three College of Business degrees: a BBA in management science, a BBA in accounting and her master of accountancy degree as part of the MACY program. Known for her determination, Caban navigated UTSA as a first-generation college student and used all of the resources the… Read more »

UTSA EMBA Student Glenn Remoreras Named Drymala Scholar

UTSA College of Business Executive MBA student Glenn Remoreras, vice president of information technology at Constellation Brands, was chosen by his classmates as the 2019 Drymala Scholar. Established in 2008, the Wayne J. Drymala Memorial Endowed Scholarship is awarded to one graduating EMBA student each year. The award was established in honor of Wayne Drymala,… Read more »

College Launches New Graduate Certificate in Intelligence Studies

The UTSA College of Business has launched a new graduate certificate in Intelligence Studies.  The certificate is part of the college’s new Critical Technology Studies Program, which was founded last year following a $2 million grant from the Defense Intelligence Agency. The 12-hour certificate program is open to all UTSA graduate students and non-degree-seeking students. … Read more »

Three Business Faculty Receive UTSA Presidential Awards

Three College of Business faculty members were named recipients of the UTSA 2019 President’s Distinguished Achievement Awards. Teaching Excellence Karen Williams, professor in practice in the Department of Information Systems and Cyber Security, received the President’s Distinguished Achievement Award for Teaching Excellence. Williams was recognized for her ability as an educator to thrive in a… Read more »

Finance Students Advance to Finals of Investment Banking Competition

Two teams comprised of UTSA College of Business undergraduate and graduate finance students advanced to the finals of the National Investment Banking Competition (NIBC) in Vancouver. Only the top 32 undergraduate and graduate teams advanced from the more than 400 competitors. Graduate team members were Alex Duncan, Keri-Ann Quinones and Harrison Recht. Undergraduate team members… Read more »

Enterprise Holdings Executive Andrew Taylor Chats with EMBA Students

The UTSA College of Business Center for Professional Excellence (CPE) hosted Andrew Taylor, executive chairman of Enterprise Holdings Inc., for a fireside chat with current EMBA students. Enterprise Holdings operates Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental brands. Taylor’s father founded the privately-held business in 1957. The event was hosted by Priscilla… Read more »

M.S. Business Students Utilize Project Management Skills to Benefit College of Business

Graduate business students in Kevin Grant’s Essentials of Project and Program Management class recently completed experiential final projects that benefited fellow students in the UTSA College of Business. “I wanted to give students the opportunity to learn and apply project management tools and techniques to a real-life project,” said Grant, associate dean of undergraduate studies… Read more »