Friday, 31 August 2012 by UTSA CoE
(Aug. 23, 2012) — Among sixty-five faculty members from institutions across the University of Texas System, seven UTSA professors were honored Wednesday, Aug. 22 by the UT System Board of Regents as recipients of the 2012 Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award. UTSA’s 2012 award recipients include the following: Aaron Cassill, professor, College of Sciences (Biology) David Han,
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2014 Regents Award Winners COE’s Eugene John is one of 4 winners from UTSA Four members of the UTSA faculty have been named UT System Regents Award winners. The awards recognize faculty who deliver the highest quality of undergraduate instruction, demonstrate their commitment to teaching, and have a history and promising future of sustained excellence
Josh Lademora’s journey to graduation Seeing her son graduate with his mechanical engineering degree was a proud moment for Joshua Lademora’s mom. Not because of all she had sacrificed for him throughout his six-year journey, but because of what he had sacrificed for her. Click here to read more.
UTSA, SwRI researchers prove biochar is low-cost, effective method to treat fracking water Flowback water treatment is a critical sustainability issue for the oil and gas industry. One to five million gallons of water mixed with sand and chemicals are required for the fracking of each well. Click here to read more.
Maximizing brain power UTSA acquires high-performance EEG systems to advance brain research in numerous fields across campus Understanding how the human brain functions and how this knowledge can benefit society is both a UTSA and a national research priority. BMI, also known as brain-computer interface (BCI), is a field focused on assisting, augmenting or repairing