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The UTSA Art Collection will have a new home and partner with UTSA Libraries starting in January 2019. This move aligns with the Libraries’ mission to collect, preserve and make discoverable…
Everyone at the UTSA Libraries, aka the “Blue Crew,” welcomes each one of you. And because just one library isn’t enough, we’ve got three! These locations include the John Peace Library (JPL) at the…
Applications are now being accepted for two faculty grants offered by the UTSA Libraries. Both grants are open to tenure and non-tenure track faculty, and offer awards to supplement travel…
UTSA Libraries Special Collections presents an online photo exhibit, highlighting moments in San Antonio’s history. La Puerta: A Photographic Journey of San Antonio opens the door to the city’s past…
Just in time for a new academic year, UTSA Libraries launches a mobile-friendly website during the week of August 14. The UTSA Libraries has launched a new website! The project was…
UTSA’s Mexican Cookbook Collection is featured in a new video with Rico Torres, chef and co-owner at Restaurant Mixtli. The collection is one of the largest of its kind in the U.S.…
UTSA Libraries has awarded 24 Adopt a Free Textbook Grants to faculty throughout the university, resulting in saving students $842,194 during the fall 2017 semester alone. The grants…
Fire safety renovation projects will take place at the John Peace Library over the next year to improve accessibility and safety for students and faculty. The Fire Life Safety Project began over the…
Head of Reference Services William Glenn responds to questions on chat. Librarians are online to assist you seven days a week​ UTSA reference librarians answered over 20,000 online queries from…
Hubert Watson, art collector and UTSA alumnus, has donated art prints from his personal collection to the UTSA Libraries. The prints will hang in the John Peace Library in a yet to be determined…
Next year marks San Antonio’s 300th anniversary, which will be recognized through a series of events and initiatives celebrating Alamo City’s distinct culture and rich heritage. Officially announced…
From now until March 5, UTSA Libraries Special Collections is collecting signs, posters, buttons, stickers and other non-digital ephemera from current and recent protests. Donated materials will be…