Feature Stories

Bandera Road’s future — tree-lined boulevard or elevated highway?

Bandera Road’s future — tree-lined boulevard or elevated highway?

February 05, 2018

The ‘boulevard proposal’ favored by Leon Valley mayor Chris Riley was put forth by UTSA urban planners Thomas Tunstall, Bill Barker, and Dr. Richard Tangum, who were hired as city consultants.


Spring 2018 Commencement Spotlight: College of Architecture, Construction and Planning

Spring 2018 Commencement Spotlight: College of Architecture, Construction and Planning

December 04, 2017

Kassandra Morales wants to use her UTSA degree in Construction Science and Management to build up the city.


Taeg Nishimoto’s wall mirror series named Best of Year Award Winner by Interior Design

Taeg Nishimoto’s wall mirror series named Best of Year Award Winner by Interior Design

December 02, 2017

The series was exhibited in Brussels and Milan earlier this year


CACP’s Sue Ann Pemberton, Candid Rogers, Donovan Linsey honored at AIA SA’s People+Place Celebration

CACP’s Sue Ann Pemberton, Candid Rogers, Donovan Linsey honored at AIA SA’s People+Place Celebration

November 13, 2017

While the traditional Place Awards celebrate design excellence, the new People Awards celebrate professional achievement and community leadership.


Bandera Road’s future: UTSA researchers favor four new lanes over six-mile elevated highway

Bandera Road’s future: UTSA researchers favor four new lanes over six-mile elevated highway

November 13, 2017

Dr. Richard Tangum, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning in the CACP is the Principal Investigator in the UTSA Research study.


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