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Big turnout at UTSA hears why Texas needs more train service

Big turnout at UTSA hears why Texas needs more train service

Dr. David Hagy of Texas Central Railway presented information on the private company’s plans to run bullet trains in Texas.


Ian Caine receives 2016-17 ACSA/AIAS New Faculty Teaching Award

Ian Caine receives 2016-17 ACSA/AIAS New Faculty Teaching Award

The award recognizes demonstrated excellence in teaching performance during the formative years of an architectural teaching career.


CACP’s Dr. Rebecca Walter, CoPP colleagues helping public authorities update their housing policies

CACP’s Dr. Rebecca Walter, CoPP colleagues helping public authorities update their housing policies

Dr. Walter and her co-authors outline steps that public housing authorities can take to balance compliance with the Fair Housing Act with the need to keep their tenant population safe.


UTSA CACP 15-Year Celebration

UTSA CACP 15-Year Celebration

We are holding a full-day event on Saturday, April 1, 2017 to highlight our college’s history and invite those in the San Antonio community and beyond to share in the celebration.


“Puro Symposium” Aims to Explore a Loaded Word

“Puro Symposium” Aims to Explore a Loaded Word

UTSA architecture professor Antonio Petrov and his team of graduate students are exploring the word and seeing how it translates in San Antonio’s architecture, urban planning projects and other community dynamics.


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