Campus-Wide News

    February

  • Samuel Allen (Student)

    Monday, 02 12 2018

    A native San Antonian, Samuel Dale Allen is a young man who is creating his own path in life. Diagnosed with high functioning autism as a child his mother was relieved to finally know what made her son different from the other children.

  • Inaugural Strategic Planning Funding Updates

    Friday, 02 09 2018

    Last fall, the Office of the President identified $500,000 to invest in strategic initiatives that advance the University's Strategic Plan: Build. Impact. Transform. I am pleased to announce the award of 25 seed grants. The awards directly align to at least one of the four strategic goals: 1) becoming a national model for student and academic success, 2) building academic excellence, 3) increasing enrollment growth and 4) fostering community partnerships.

  • "Do the Right Thing"

    Thursday, 02 08 2018

    The Texas A&M University System is dedicated to adhering to the highest ethical standards and principles. If you have factual information suggestive of fraudulent, wasteful or abusive activities, we want you to report it. Examples of reportable issues include fraud; misuse of resources or information; violations of safety rules; inappropriate conduct, harassment or discrimination.

  • University Branding Initiative

    Wednesday, 02 07 2018

    As many of you are aware, the University is working on a branding initiative to help us define who we are and what we do in a way that differentiates us in the higher-education marketplace.

  • Ed Westermann News Room Story

    Monday, 02 05 2018

    On January 31, Dr. Ed Westermann, professor of history, gave an engaging presentation at the San Antonio Central Library about artistic depictions by survivors of the Holocaust. He also discussed the insights that the works of art offer as a method for understanding genocide.

  • Flu Awareness and Prevention

    Thursday, 02 01 2018

    The influenza (flu) virus can be spread easily from person to person. Although we have not had many cases of flu on our campus, we are taking proactive steps to prevent the spread of it.

  • Texas A&M University System Public Hearing

    Thursday, 02 01 2018

    A&M-Systems Public Notice

  • January

  • Lawrence Scott (Faculty)

    Monday, 01 29 2018

    Assistant professor of educational leadership, Lawrence Scott, Ph.D., was recently announced as an awardee of the San Antonio Business Journal’s 2018 40 under 40. His philanthropic efforts and educational leadership proved that he was fit for the title.

  • Temporary Parking Lot Changes

    Thursday, 01 25 2018

    Our University is preparing for the arrival of additional materials for the construction of the Science and Technology Building. Due to the space required to deliver and store these materials, one section of Parking Lot #2 will close until construction of the building is completed.

  • Welcome Back to the Spring 2018 Semester

    Monday, 01 22 2018

    I hope you all have returned from winter break refreshed and ready for an exhilarating spring semester. We have already hit the ground running this year with a number of exciting activities.

  • Faculty member and alumnus recognized on SABJ’s 2018 “40 Under 40”

    Faculty member and alumnus recognized on SABJ’s 2018 “40 Under 40”

    Monday, 01 22 2018

    Newsroom story #1 Congratulations to Dr. Lawrence Scott, assistant professor of educational leadership, and A&M-SA alumnus Blaine Beckman '15, '17 for being selected to the San Antonio Business Journal's 2018 "40 Under 40." Among the record-setting 250 nominations submitted for the award, these Jaguars are being recognized for their many achievements and proven leadership.

  • A&M-SA community marches for equality at San Antonio’s Martin Luther King Jr. March

    A&M-SA community marches for equality at San Antonio’s Martin Luther King Jr. March

    Sunday, 01 21 2018

    On January 15, nearly 70 Jaguars participated in the three-mile march from MLK Academy to Pittman-Sullivan Park to support the legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This was the first University-involved San Antonio Tricentennial event of the year.

  • December

  • Ramona Pittman (Faculty)

    Thursday, 12 21 2017

    Some people realize their life’s calling at an early age. This was certainly the case for Ramona Pittman, Ph.D., associate professor of Reading.

  • Happy Holidays - The 2017 Review of Shared Success

    Friday, 12 15 2017

    Please enjoy this video review of our success that was possible because of our shared commitment to excellence. It was another audacious and inspiring year.

  • Dr. Cynthia Teniente-Matson Elected President of Tricentennial Commission

    Friday, 12 15 2017

    Dr. Cynthia Teniente-Matson was elected president of the San Antonio Tricentennial Commission today, following confirmation votes by the San Antonio City Council and the San Antonio Tricentennial Commission. Dr. Matson, who had been serving as a member of the Tricentennial Commission, was nominated last week by Mayor Ron Nirenberg to lead the commission.

  • Texas A&M University-San Antonio President Cynthia Teniente-Matson Elected President of Tricentennial Commission

    Friday, 12 15 2017

    Dr. Cynthia Teniente-Matson, president of Texas A&M University-San Antonio (A&M-SA), was elected president of the San Antonio Tricentennial Commission today, following confirmation votes by the San Antonio City Council and the San Antonio Tricentennial Commission. Dr. Matson, who had been serving as a member of the Tricentennial Commission, was nominated last week by Mayor Ron Nirenberg to lead the commission.

  • Carlos Jarquin (Alumnus)

    Friday, 12 15 2017

    A native of Mexico City and a world traveler, Carlos Jarquin ’13 considers himself a global citizen—a strong attribute in his newly appointed position as the president and CEO of the Free Trade Alliance San Antonio.

  • Dr. Dawn Weatherford receives grant to study accuracy of detecting fake IDs

    Friday, 12 15 2017

    Dr. Dawn Weatherford, assistant professor of psychology, was recently awarded a grant by the American Psychology-Law Society for her study, "You Shall Not Pass: How Professional Security Expertise Shapes Visual Search for Fake IDs."

  • Early Release on December 22, 2017

    Thursday, 12 14 2017

    In appreciation of your hard work and dedication to Texas A&M University-San Antonio this past year, I have approved early release of employees totaling four hours (1-5 p.m.) on Friday, December 22, 2017, for the holiday break. The University, therefore, will be closed for the holidays beginning at 1 p.m., December 22, through January 1, 2018. We will reopen at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, January 2, 2018.

  • Greg Gonzalez (Student)

    Friday, 12 08 2017

    Meet Gregorio “Greg” Gonzalez, your new Mr. A&M-San Antonio. Before the crown, Greg grew up in Somerset as the only boy in a bustling family of four children.