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ITC and UTSA Libraries celebrate Black History Month
(January 20, 2023) To coincide with the annual observance of African American History Month, the UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures will unveil new content in the African American Texans exhibit…
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UTSA Libraries announces faculty grants: Application period now open
(January 5, 2023) FTIA grants enable faculty to invigorate an undergraduate or graduate course with unique content from Special Collections.UTSA Libraries offers two grants that support teaching: 1)…
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UTSA Libraries’ latest book embodies the story of the accordion and Tejano music
(January 2, 2023) UTSA Libraries Special Collections has announced the debut of “The Real Tejano Conjunto Accordion Book,” a one-of-a-kind book and piece of art that tells the story of…
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UTSA Libraries Announces the Arturo Infante Almeida UTSA Art Collection Endowment
(12/7/2022) UTSA Art Specialist and Curator Arturo Infante AlmeidaThe University of Texas at San Antonio has an incomparable art collection comprising more than 3,000 pieces, built over the last 20…
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UTSA Libraries part of historic deal that will save Texas universities millions
(November 30, 2022) An organization that includes UTSA has inked a new agreement that will not only put copyright back in the hands of authors but will also result in broader access to scholarly…
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Spotlighting LGBTQ History Month with a look at UTSA Special Collections
(October 5, 2022) It was in 1994 that a high school teacher in Missouri founded LGBTQ History Month, which is traditionally celebrated in the United States in October, to recognize and commemorate…
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ITC, Honors College, Library team up for Día de los Muertos observances
(OCTOBER 3, 2022)  The UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures (ITC) is partnering with the Honors College and UTSA Libraries for a month-long observance of Día de los Muertos. The university’s celebration…
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UTSA’s Adopt-A-Free-Textbook grant benefits faculty & students
David Han(SEPTEMBER 22, 2022) UTSA Libraries awarded 13 Adopt-a-Free-Textbook grants to UTSA faculty for the 2022-23 academic year that will save students nearly $206,000. These grants will support…
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UTSA Libraries to lead historical ITC collections preservation project
(August 31, 2022) UTSA has been awarded a two-year, $240,442 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) for UTSA Libraries to digitize and catalog audiovisual items that were…
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Libraries’ services are central to student and faculty success
(August 24, 2022) UTSA Libraries and its many services are an essential component of the college experience for students and faculty. Roadrunners can borrow tech gear, reserve study spaces, chat…
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New Blackboard feature saves faculty time, reduces student costs
 (August 9, 2022) With the onset of the Fall 2022 semester approaching, UTSA Libraries and Academic Innovation announce the availability of a new feature in Blackboard, the university’s learning…
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Remembering Mexican cooking expert Diana Kennedy
(July 27, 2022) Culinary anthropologist Diana Kennedy passed away in her home in Zitácuaro, Michoacán, Mexico on Sunday, July 24. She was 99 years old. Diana Kennedy hand-delivered her beloved…