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  • Advanced robotics helps capture drones

    College of Engineering

    A little initiative can go a long way. The Advanced Robotics Club at UTSA found that out first hand when they began reaching out to the Air Force to assist in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) events.

    Robert Lucio, an electronics engineer in the United States Air Force said it was the Advanced Robotics Club that first reached out to him about working with the Air Force during
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  • Priyanka Petluru combines her love for engineering and the classics

    Meet Priyanka Petluru. She’s an honors student with a love for electrical engineering and literature.

    Petluru, 21, became interested in engineering during her sophomore year. By her senior year, she was conducting research on image processing and animation software.

    “I came to UTSA to study biology, then biomedical engineering, before enrolling in the electrical engineering program,” said Petluru. “They all are really interesting, but with electrical engineering, I was exposed to all
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  • COE undergrad follows her dreams

    By Jordan Moss/College of Engineering

     The path to a college degree isn’t always a straight line. And for electrical engineering student Shamariah Jointer the journey took her from the Marine Corps and war on terror, to community college and eventually UTSA. Jointer’s love of engineering goes back to her childhood.

    “It all started the summer of fourth grade,” Jointer said. “My mom enrolled me in a summer program that dealt with
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  • More than 3,800 UTSA graduates will cross the commencement stage this semester

    screen-shot-2016-12-12-at-10-17-07-amUTSA will celebrate its more than 3,800 new graduates during fall commencement with two ceremonies, scheduled Saturday, Dec. 17 at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. UTSA President Ricardo Romo will serve as the keynote speaker for both commencement ceremonies.

    The first commencement ceremony will honor graduates from the College of Architecture, Construction and Planning, the College of Business
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  • UTSA hosts fourth annual Innovation Awards

    16 UTSA faculty members, three students and three community leaders are recognized for their research

    SAN ANTONIO (December 8, 2016) – The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) recognized UTSA physics professor Banglin Chen as its 2016 Innovator of the Year at the fourth annual UTSA Innovation Awards. His selection was based on a number of factors including productivity, new invention disclosures, filed patent applications (three in 2016), and licensing of
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