Documenting the Careers of UTSA Faculty
The University Archives actively seeks to collect the professional papers of current and former UTSA faculty. Papers of most interest are those that document the teaching, research, and service of faculty members while at UTSA.
Types of Faculty Records Sought by the University Archives
- Biographical Material: Resumes, vitae, bibliographies, biographical and autobiographical sketches, chronologies, newspaper clippings, and memoirs
- Correspondence: Official outgoing (copies and/or drafts) and incoming letters and memoranda generated in the course of conducting University business
- Diaries, Notebooks and Journals reflecting work done for UTSA
- Classroom Material: Lecture notes, syllabi, course outlines, reading lists, examinations, and evaluations
- Research Files: Outlines, research designs, raw data, notes, analyses, and reports of findings for projects worked on at the University
- Departmental or Committee Records: Agendas, minutes, reports, correspondence, and related material
- Published Articles and Monographs
- Audiovisual Material: Tapes of lectures, speeches, discussions, interviews; videotapes, motion pictures, architectural drawings, examples of creative work
- Photographs: Prints, negatives, and slides with identifying information
- Memorabilia related to UTSA
Faculty members interested in donating papers to the UTSA University Archives should contact the Head of Special Collections.
Images (top to bottom): History 3063 syllabus of Dr. Felix Almaraz (UA 99.0009); photograph of Carmen Perry receiving award for service to UTSA (UA 99.0012); Program for satellite meeting of Society for Neuroscience conference, organized by UTSA professor Dr. Matthew Wayner (UA 99.0010); UTSA button (UA 98); Lecture series program, Dr. Jacinto Quirarte speaking (UA 99.0003)