Angela Otuokere
August 24, 2023

UTSA Marketing Student Lands Internship with the NFL

Alvarez College of Business
An affinity for creativity and an intrigue for business sparked Angela Otuokere’s interest in pursuing a B.B.A. in Marketing at the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA. She got to further her passions this summer by working as an intern for the National Football League (NFL).

Wenbo Wu Headshot
August 23, 2023

Wenbo Wu Named a Texas Academic Leadership Academy Fellow

Alvarez College of Business
Wenbo Wu, the Graham Weston Endowed Professor and chair of the Department of Management Science and Statistics, has been accepted into the Texas Academic Leadership Academy (TALA) for the 2023-2024 academic year.

Photo of Pamela Smith, Ph.D.
August 7, 2023

College Mourns Loss of Faculty Member Pamela Smith

Alvarez College of Business
Pamela C. Smith, associate dean of administration and professor of accounting in the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA, died on Aug. 2 following a chronic health battle at the age of 52.

August 2, 2023

Aspiring Entrepreneurs: Business Students Create Startup Companies During Immersion Experience

Alvarez College of Business
Seven Carlos Alvarez College of Business students are participating in the European Innovation Academy (EIA) this summer in Porto, Portugal. EIA is a three-week accelerated learning opportunity that focuses on entrepreneurship and includes students from over 80 countries. Teams comprised of five business students came together to experience the real-life process of building a startup company with the guidance of mentors from companies such as Google, Uber and Amazon.

August 1, 2023

Business Faculty Member Receives NSF Grant to Defend Against Online Hate

Alvarez College of Business
Nishant Vishwamitra, assistant professor in the Department of Information Systems and Cyber Security at the Carlos Alvarez College of Business, was recently awarded a National Science Foundation Computer and Information Science and Engineering Research Initiation Initiative research grant totaling $175,000.