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Two Students Selected to Join Alvarez Fellows Research Program


The Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA has selected two business students to join the Alvarez Fellows Undergraduate Research Program for spring 2022. The new fellows are Shawn Marchand, a junior information systems major, and Luis Nino, a junior economics and finance major. Established in fall 2021, the Alvarez Fellows Program is a two-and-a-half… Read more »

UTSA Business School Earns AACSB Reaccreditation


The UTSA Carlos Alvarez College of Business earned reaccreditation in business and accounting from AACSB International, the longest-serving global business accrediting agency. With only 926 accredited business schools and 189 accredited accounting programs, AACSB accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. “The renewal of our accreditation is a testament to the… Read more »

Economics Professor Studies Links Between Rain, Church and Crime


Drawing from the widespread belief across the U.S. about the benefits of religion, Jon Moreno-Medina, assistant professor of applied microeconomics in the UTSA Carlos Alvarez College of Business, is studying the causal effect of church attendance on crime and the role weather plays in this dynamic. The UTSA researcher says that pinpointing the effect of church… Read more »

Finance and Economics Student Lauren Chung Will Graduate Debt Free


Feeling financially liberated, Lauren Chung will graduate from the UTSA Carlos Alvarez College of Business debt free this month. When her father passed away unexpectedly during high school, obtaining financial support was an important concern for her.  UTSA offered Chung a Presidential Scholarship, Pell grants and financial aid to help offset the cost of her… Read more »

Roadrunner Spotlight: MA Economics Student Rafae Ahmed


Rafae Ahmed is a graduate student in the college’s Master of Economics program. Learning to adapt like everyone else during the pandemic, he completed an internship last summer with Marathon Petroleum and interns with the company currently. This summer he has been offered an internship with USAA as a credit risk analyst. Favorite class Macroeconomic… Read more »

Economics Graduate Jacob Reyes Begins Career at Dell


Understanding the relationship between the human and technical elements of a problem has been a unifying element of Jacob “Jay” Reyes’ studies in the UTSA College of Business. “Economics is not just about policy, but ultimately it is the study of tradeoffs—how humans and organizations respond to those tradeoffs,” said Reyes, who will graduate this… Read more »

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