CEO Magazine EMBA ranking badge
April 24, 2024

College’s MBA Programs Ranked Highly by CEO Magazine

The Executive MBA (EMBA) program in the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA was ranked No. 7 globally and second in the United States by CEO Magazine in their 2024 Global MBA Rankings. The UTSA MBA was ranked as a Tier One Global MBA program. This is the sixth consecutive year that both programs were recognized.

College benefactor Carlos Alvarez
April 22, 2024

In Memoriam

UTSA Today
The UTSA community is mourning the loss of Carlos Alvarez, a highly respected businessman, passionate philanthropist, generous benefactor and honorary Roadrunner.

Members of the winning SAS data analytics competition
April 17, 2024

Data Analytics Students Win Global Data Competition

Four graduate students from the Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA are one of three winning teams of the 2024 SAS Curiosity Cup, a global data analytics competition. They were awarded first place in the data presentation category.

The Ph.D. Project Conference student participants
April 10, 2024

Alvarez MBA Students Gain Insight into Ph.D. Programs

Carlos Alvarez College of Business MBA students Gisela Riddle and Diana Vasquez were chosen to attend The Ph.D. Project annual conference in Chicago.

Yvonne Addison '09, '18
April 8, 2024

Alvarez EMBA Alumna’s Journey from Engineering to Business Leadership

Carving a remarkable path from her roots in mechanical engineering to her current role as CEO and business owner of Addison Prime, Yvonne Addison, ’09, EMBA ’18 has embarked on a career journey marked by resilience, passion and a commitment to continuous learning.

Isabella Haua
March 22, 2024

From Campus to Catwalk: UTSA Alumna Presents Her Work in London Fashion Week

Inspired to follow her heart for fashion and entrepreneurship, Isabella Haua, ’21 traveled 5,000 miles across the world to study in London and ultimately have her work shown at London Fashion Week. 

Headshot of Felicia V.
March 21, 2024

UTSA Alvarez Alumna Forges Career in Washington D.C. Intelligence Community

Passionate about math and science, alumna Felicia V. found her career trajectory shift after a serendipitous encounter with one of her undergraduate professors Jerome Keating. He shared with her news about the college’s new M.S. in Data Analytics program, and the applied nature of the program inspired her to transition from her previous career into her current profession in data analytics within the intelligence community when she completed her master’s degree in 2021.

Nima Patel
March 14, 2024

Roadrunner Spotlight: Nima Patel

Meet Nima Patel, an undergraduate student from San Antonio earning a B.B.A. in Accounting with a minor in finance at the Carlos Alvarez College of Business!

Hailey Atwood
March 7, 2024

Roadrunner Spotlight: Hailey Atwood

Meet Hailey Atwood, a graduate student from Austin and a member of the UTSA women’s basketball team earning a M.S. in Business degree at the Carlos Alvarez College of Business!

NYC Forté Conference Attendees
March 5, 2024

Business Students Attend Forté Womens’ Finance Conference

Four Carlos Alvarez College of Business finance students traveled to New York City last month to attend a finance conference presented by Forté.

Frost Distinguished Lecture Series
February 15, 2024

Graham Weston to Keynote Frost Distinguished Lecture Feb. 27

Graham Weston, chief executive officer of Weston Ventures, will present the keynote address during the Carlos Alvarez College of Business Frost Distinguished Lecture Series.

Participants in the Arboretum San Antonio project
February 14, 2024

Business Students Provide Recommendations for Arboretum San Antonio

Alvarez College of Business
Students in Andrea Marquez' Management Strategy class conducted a semester-long project to assist Arboretum San Antonio with launching their business plan.

Dian Wang, Assistant Professor of Marketing
January 7, 2024

Marketing Professor Explores Effects of Online Shopping on Brand Loyalty

Alvarez College of Business
With the digital era offering endless opportunities for people to shop online with just a tap of a button, marketing to shoppers is impacted by this shift as well.

Deepa Chandrasekaran, Associate Professor of Marketing
January 7, 2024

Marketing Researcher Studies Technology Disruption

Alvarez College of Business
Technological change is inevitable. Whether that is electric versus gasoline cars, streaming versus cable service or laptops versus tablet computers.