UTSA Cyber Range
October 30, 2021

UTSA Cyber Range Hosting Open House Nov. 9-10

Alvarez College of Business
The Cyber Range at the UTSA Carlos Alvarez College of Business is hosting an open house from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 9-10 to showcase their world class, interactive cybersecurity training facility. Simulating real world cyber-attack scenarios, the range provides individuals and companies with hands-on training in a safe and secure environment.

Harrison Louis
October 24, 2021

Roadrunner Spotlight: Harrison Louis

Alvarez College of Business
Cyber security major Harrison Louis values the practical experience that he has gained from lab work in his classes as well as his professional experience with Advanced Micro Devices. Taking classroom concepts and implementing those skills in real-life projects is instrumental in his learning. Harrison encourages students to follow their passions by committing fully to their studies.

Tu Thai Photo
October 17, 2021

Roadrunner Spotlight: Tu Thai

Alvarez College of Business
Undergraduate business student Tu Thai is majoring in one of the college’s newest degree fields–business analytics. A member of the college’s Business Honors program, he encourages other Roadrunners to not be afraid to ask for help from their advisors or college faculty and staff members.

Victor Feagins
October 7, 2021

College Launches Alvarez Fellows Undergraduate Research Program

Alvarez College of Business
Promoting undergraduate research initiatives, the UTSA Carlos Alvarez College of Business has named three senior business students as inaugural fellows in the Alvarez Fellows Undergraduate Research Program. This opportunity was created due to the generous contributions of Carlos Alvarez, founder of The Gambrinus Company.

October 3, 2021

Nicole Beebe Selected for IAspire Leadership Academy

Alvarez College of Business
Cyber security expert Nicole Beebe has been named a fellow in the third cohort of the IAspire Leadership Academy, a national leadership program for academics in the STEM fields. The program aims to help STEM faculty from underrepresented backgrounds ascend to leadership roles at institutions of higher learning.

Photo of Hamid Beladi
October 3, 2021

Researcher Hamid Beladi Explores Link Between COVID-19 and Obesity

Alvarez College of Business
Links between obesity and mortality have become increasingly evident, since the earliest stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. Leading researchers from The University of Texas at San Antonio Carlos Alvarez College of Business and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee investigated if excess body weight may have been associated with high rates of COVID-19 mortalities around the globe.