Students partipate in UTIMCO Experience
October 25, 2022

From Scholars to Interns: Students Reflect on UTIMCO Experiences

Alvarez College of Business
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.

Portual Immersion Group
October 13, 2022

Students Build Startups as Part of Portugal Immersion

Alvarez College of Business
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.

Elias Bou-Harb
October 12, 2022

Cyber Professor Awarded $1.5 Million in Grants

Alvarez College of Business
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.

Jacob Luevanos
October 11, 2022

Roadrunner Spotlight: Online Cyber Student Jacob Luevanos

Alvarez College of Business
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.

Outside of building on campus
October 9, 2022

College Hosts Annual Accounting Recruiting and Networking Event

Alvarez College of Business
The Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA held the 2022 Accounting Recruiting and Networking Expo (ARNE) on Thursday, October 6 for accounting and finance students.

Christopher Placencio
October 5, 2022

Roadrunner Spotlight: Cyber Student Christopher Placencio

Alvarez College of Business
After almost eight years of working on his degree and beginning at a community college, cyber security transfer student Christopher Placencio is ready to finish his degree at the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA.