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In honor of Women’s History Month, the UTSA Libraries are showcasing a selection of work generated in the field of women’s studies and highlighting interdisciplinary databases that can guide further…
FEBRUARY 14, 2020 — Unique, handwritten recipes of traditional Mexican dishes dating as far back as 1789 can be viewed online as part of the digitization efforts of the UTSA Libraries’ Mexican…
UTSA faculty looking to integrate unique content from the UTSA Special Collections into their courses are invited to apply for the Faculty Teaching in the Archives Grants for the 2020-2021 academic…
In an effort to better serve students and faculty, the John Peace Library will combine the circulation desk and information desk into a single-service area, making it easier to borrow, book space and…
Applications are now being accepted for Adopt-a-Free-Textbook Grants, offered by the UTSA Libraries. The grant is open to tenure and non-tenure track faculty and offers funds to support faculty…
Artist Enrique "Sebastián" Carbajal (SAN ANTONIO) – The city of San Antonio will celebrate the acclaimed artist, Maestro Sebastian, marking the sculptor’s 50-plus years in the profession. …
UTSA Libraries implemented an improved Library My Account on Thursday, June 13, to provide students and faculty/staff a central location to access account information.  When signed in, the update…
UTSA Libraries Special Collections is now home to a new collection of rare cookbooks and archives from one of the world’s most famous Mexican food experts and Mexican cookbook authors. Diana Kennedy…
This story was published in UTSA Today.  (April 24, 2019) — UTSA Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Kimberly Andrews Espy today announced an initiative focused on the Institute of Texan…
UTSA Libraries is seeking feedback from the UTSA community to help improve its services and guide future plans. Bose QuietComfort Headphones The five-minute survey is open from…
Civic discourse is the theme of UTSA Libraries’ spring Pizza & Research series, supporting UTSA’s investment to teach students to be civically engaged. Bryan Gervais, Ph.D. “The…
Applications are now being accepted for Adopt-a-Free-Textbook Grants, offered by the UTSA Libraries. The grant is open to tenure and non-tenure track faculty, and offers funds to support faculty…