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University of Texas at San Antonio Academic Departments Web Collection

Collected by: University of Texas, San Antonio

Archived since: Nov, 2009

Description:

A collection of web sites from academic departments at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Academics--University of Texas at San Antonio

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Title: Department of Art and Art History

URL: http://art.utsa.edu/

Description: Homepage created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's Department of Art and Art History. The department offers five degree programs: BA in Art, BA in Art History, BFA in Studio Art, MA in Art History, and a BFA in Studio Art. The BA in Art includes specializations in Ceramics, Drawing, New Media, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, and Sculpture.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 6 Videos Captured

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Art and Art History--Web site. Art--Study and teaching. Art history--Study and teaching. Prints technique--Study and teaching. Drawing--Study and teaching. Painting--Study and teaching. Ceramics--Study and teaching. Sculpture--Study and teaching. New media art--Study and teaching.

Title: Academy for Teacher Excellence

URL: http://ate.utsa.edu/

Description: The Academy for Teacher Excellence (ATE) located at the University of Texas at San Antonio, the premier higher education institution in South Texas, is grounded in the College of Education and Human Development's (COEHD) “Culturally Efficacious Teacher” model. ATE is a catalyst for the emergence of the COEHD as a nationally recognized leader in preparing teachers to teach diverse student populations and increasing the number of culturally and linguistically diverse students who enroll and graduate with bachelors and advanced degrees in education.

Captured 7 times between Nov 30, 2010 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 138 Videos Captured

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio--Teaching Aids and devices. University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Education and Human Development. University of Texas at San Antonio. Academy of Teacher Excellence University of Texas at San Antonio--Teachers, Training of.

Title: Department of Bicultural and Bilingual Studies

URL: http://bbl.utsa.edu/

Description: The Division of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies is an interdisciplinary faculty with a shared commitment to responding to the needs of Latinos and other populations who do not have equity of access to higher education. Since the founding of UTSA, the Division of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies has provided leadership and expertise in addressing issues related to language, culture, policy and educational practices. We promote our purpose through strong faculty and student research as well as preparation of educators and other professionals to work with bilingual populations in human and social services. In order to fulfill our mission, we collaborate with researchers, educators, policy makers, and community organizations to promote social through our expertise in Bilingual and Second Language Education, and Mexican American and Bicultural Studies.

Captured  on Dec 04, 2009

Subject:   English language--Instruction and study. English language--Study and teaching--Foreign speakers. University of Texas at San Antonio Department of Bicultural and Bilingual Studies

Title: Department of Biology Homepage

URL: http://bio.utsa.edu/

Description: Homepage created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio Department of Biology. The Department of Biology includes 30 tenured or tenure-track faculty who teach and lead research programs in the biological sciences. Research and teaching expertise/interests include: Biochemistry, Cellular and molecular biology, Developmental biology, Ecology, Immunology, Microbiology, Neurobiology, Physiology, Plant hormones and gene expression, and Virology.

Captured 11 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 3 Videos Captured

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio--Teaching. University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Biology.

Title: Institute for Cyber Security Blog

URL: http://blog.ics.utsa.edu/

Description: ICS Labs conducts world class sponsored research on all aspects of cyber security in collaboration with leading academic, industry and government partners. Our researchers are world renowned for their special talents, skills and creativity in formulating intuitive and practically usable security models and architectures with rigorous formal foundations and analysis. Notable amongst these are the high-impact role-based access control and usage control models, and more recently models for information sharing. Ongoing projects include models for securing social networks and models for botnet detection and mitigation.

Captured  on Dec 04, 2009

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Institute for Cyber Security. Information technology. Cyberinfrastructure--Security. Computer networks--Security.

Title: Bower Lab

URL: http://bower-lab.org/

Description: The Bower Lab researches how information is processed by the neuronal circuitry found in cortical structures in the mammalian brain. Two specific regions are studies: the olfactory system and the cerebellar cortex.

Captured 4 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Dec 12, 2011

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Bower Lab--Web site. Cerebellar cortex--Research.

Title: College of Business

URL: http://business.utsa.edu/

Description: The College of Business at The University of Texas at San Antonio is the largest undergraduate business school in the University of Texas System and one of the 40 largest schools of business in the United States.With 5,600 students, the college is third in the nation, according to a ranking by Hispanic Outlook magazine, in the number of undergraduate business degrees awarded to Hispanics. The college offers a comprehensive portfolio of programs at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level, and unique centers of excellence in global entrepreneurship, financial services, information assurance and security, management of technology and tourism management. A new Business Studies for the Americas Program provides focus for the college's Latin American initiatives and offers innovative immersion and short-course programming. As part of the new Bilingual Business Certificate Program, the college offers 12 hours of business coursework in Spanish. The college has also been named the headquarters of the Business Association of Latin American Studies, the largest business academic association in Latin America.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 22 Videos Captured

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Business. Business education.

Title: Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Lean Systems

URL: http://camls.utsa.edu/

Description: The Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Lean Systems (CAMLS)was founded in 2007 at the University of Texas at San Antonio to address a growing need for a strong interdisciplinary organization that can conduct research and development as well as provide education and training in lean manufacturing and six-sigma, supply chain and logistics engineering, warehouse systems, automation technologies, and advanced sensors and robotics.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Lean Systems. University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Mechanical Engineering. Mechanical engineering.

Title: Center for Archaeological Research

URL: http://car.utsa.edu/

Description: The Center for Archaeological Research (CAR) was established in 1974 to: 1)conduct archaeological research throughout Texas and the surrounding regions; 2)carry out archaeological surveys and excavations for federal, state, and local agencies as required by legislation and executive order; 3) provide public and private sector assistance and guidance regarding cultural resource management; 4) provide students training opportunities in archaeological field and laboratory methods and technical writing; 5) and disseminate to the general public information about the prehistory and history of Texas and San Antonio. Research activities cover prehistoric sites, historic archaeology at Spanish colonial missions, churches and forts, early Texas settlements, and urban archaeology, and bring together archival data and oral histories to guide the scope and level of subsequent field investigations. The staff has conducted archaeological investigations in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Alabama as well as Mexico and South America. Results of these investigations are published in more than 400 volumes.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 8 Videos Captured

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Center for Archaeological Research. University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Anthropology. Archaeology--Texas. Archaeology--Oklahoma. Archaeology--New Mexico. Archaeology--Kansas. Archaeology--Alabama.

Title: Computational Biology Initiative

URL: http://cbi.utsa.edu/

Description: The Computational Biology Initiative (CBI) is a new interdisciplinary initiative at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) and the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) which was launched in January 2005. The overall goal of the initiative is to build infrastructure to significantly advance collaborative interdisciplinary bioscience research in San Antonio. Currently, healthcare and biotechnology industries lead the San Antonio economy with an estimated annual economic impact of over $13 billion and employ almost 100,000 citizens. The San Antonio area is developing a burgeoning biotechnology base. The objectives of this program are to foster the use of state-of-the-art core computational and analytic facilities, to enhance local expertise in San Antonio bioscience community, and to develop training opportunities.

Captured 7 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. University of Texas at San Antonio.Computational Biology Initiative. University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Computational biology. Bioinformatics.

Title: Department of Music Piano Podcasts

URL: http://ccmusicstudio.com/UTSA_Department_of_Music_Piano_Area_Podcast/Podcast/Podcast.html

Description: Podcast presents live performances by piano students studying at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

Captured 2 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2010

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Music--Podcasting.

Title: Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security

URL: http://cias.utsa.edu/

Description: The CIAS is developing the world's foremost center for multidisciplinary education and development of operational capabilities in the areas of infrastructure assurance and security. The CIAS is a part of the Institute for Cyber Security at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). The CIAS has successfully integrated efforts from academia, government, and private industry. The result has been a dynamic team dedicated to infrastructure assurance, research, and education.

Captured 4 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security. Computer security. Computer networks--Security measures. University of Texas at San Antonio. Institute for Cyber Security.

Title: College of Fine and Liberal Arts

URL: http://colfa.utsa.edu/

Description: Homepage created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's College of Fine and Liberal Arts.The College of Liberal and Fine Arts (COLFA) comprises 11 departments in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences: Anthropology; Art and Art History; Communication; English; History; Modern Languages; Music; Philosophy and Classics; Political Science and Geography; Psychology; Sociology.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Fine and Liberal Arts--Web site.

Title: Department of Communications

URL: http://communication.utsa.edu/

Description: The Department of Communications offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees with specializations in social interaction, technical communication, and public relations.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 6 Videos Captured

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Communications. Public relations.

Title: Center for Policy Studies

URL: http://copp.utsa.edu/center-for-policy-studies/

Description: Located in the College of Public Policy, the Center for Policy Studies is an interdisciplinary center that focuses on service, policy issues, and appli ed research in the areas of demography, criminal justice, public administration, and social work. The Center for Policy Studies is dedicated to providing service and outreach, fostering community, cultivating an environment of integrity, excellence, inclusiveness, respect, collaboration, innovation, and transparency, and educating and training leaders.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Center for Policy Studies--Web site. University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Public Policy. Public policy--Learning and scholarship.

Title: College of Scieneces Information Technology Department

URL: http://coscoc.utsa.edu/

Description: Homepage created and maintained by the College of Sciences Information Technology Department. The Information Technology Department assists the College of Sciences' students, faculty and organizations build and maintain their own websites.

Captured 2 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2010

Subject:   Information technology. College of Scieneces. Information Technology Department--Web site.

Title: Center for Professional Excellence

URL: http://cpe.utsa.edu/

Description: The Center for Professional Excellence offers an executive masters degree in Business Administration and certificates of study in paralegal studies, business education, and leadership.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 43 Videos Captured

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Center for Professional Excellence. Business administration. Leadership--Education. Paralegals--Education.

Title: Department of Computer Science

URL: http://cs.utsa.edu/

Description: Homepage created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's Department of Computer Science. The department offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science and optional concentrations in Software Engineering and in Computer and Information Security.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   Information technology. University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Computer Science--Web site.

Title: ExxonMobil Texas Science and Engineering Fair

URL: http://emtsef.utsa.edu/

Description: The ExxonMobil Texas Science and Engineering Fair is the State science fair offering two levels of competition: Juniors for students in grades 6 through 8, and seniors for students in 9th through 12th grades. Students enrolled in accredited home-school programs are also eligible. Over one thousand students from 6th through 12th grade compete from all across the state. To qualify for state competition students must win first, second, or third place in their category at an ISEF-sanctioned regional science fair.

Captured 8 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   School contests--Texas. Engineering. Science fairs--Texas. ExxonMobil Chemical (Firm). University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Geological Sciences.

Title: College of Engineering

URL: http://engineering.utsa.edu/

Description: Homepage created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's College of Engineering. The College of Engineering includes degree programs in Biomedical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. The College also oversees the activities of the Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Lean Systems (CAMLS), Center for Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship (CITE), Institute for Bioengineering and Translational Research (IBTR), Interactive Technology Experience Center (iTEC), and the Center for Simulation, Visualization and Real Time Prediction (SiViRT).

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 56 Videos Captured

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Engineering. University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Engineering--Web site.

Title: Intensive English Program

URL: http://esl.utsa.edu/

Description: The Intensive English Program's mission is to provide academic ESL instruction and cultural orientation for English language learners who are interested in pursuing degrees at the University of Texas at San Antonio or other US institutions or who are interested in improving their English proficiency for professional reasons.

Captured  on Dec 04, 2009

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Bicultural and Bilingual Studies. English language--Instruction and study. English language--Study and teaching--Foreign speakers.

Title: Department of Modern Languages and Literatures

URL: http://flan.utsa.edu/

Description: The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in French, German, and Spanish, and a Master of Arts degree in Spanish. In addition, students can complete a Minor in the above three languages, as well as in Comparative Literature, Foreign Languages, Linguistics, and Russian. Skills-development courses are offered in all languages with a Major or Minor, and in Arabic, Chinese, Japanese and Italian.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Modern Languages and Literatures--Web site.

Title: Institute for Cyber Security

URL: http://ics.utsa.edu/

Description: ICS Labs conducts research on all aspects of cyber security in collaboration with leading academic, industry and government partners. Our researchers are world renowned for their special talents, skills and creativity in formulating intuitive and practically usable security models and architectures with rigorous formal foundations and analysis. Notable amongst these are the high-impact role-based access control and usage control models, and more recently models for information sharing. Ongoing projects include models for securing social networks and models for botnet detection and mitigation.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Institute for Cyber Security. Information technology. Cyberinfrastructure--Security. Computer networks--Security.

Title: Institute for Demographic and Socioeconomic Research

URL: http://idser.utsa.edu/

Description: The Institute for Demographic and Socioeconomic Research is a comprehensive institute for the examination of the determinants and consequences of demographic change. It is comprised of three components, including the Texas State Data Center, a state entity, which distributes demographic, economic, and related data and information to private and public sector clients in Texas and other parts of the nation. The Texas State Data Center directly serves more than 50,000 clients per year through a network of 45 affiliated agencies and provides services to an additional 4,500 clients per day who download more than two gigabytes of data each day from its website.

Captured 5 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Institute for Demographic and Socioeconomic Research. Texas--Economics--Sociological aspects. Texas--Population.

Title: International Review of Economics & Finance

URL: http://iref.utsa.edu/

Description: The International Review of Economics and Finance (IREF) is a scholarly journal devoted to the publication of high quality theoretical and empirical articles in all areas of international economics, macroeconomics and financial economics. Contributions that facilitate the communications between the real and the financial sectors of the economy are of particular interest. IREF especially seeks rigorous papers that deal with open economy macroeconomics, exchange rates and contemporary financial issues.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   International Review of Economics & Finance. University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Business. Economics--Scholarly periodicals. Finance--Scholarly periodicals. Business--Scholarly periodicals.

Title: Liao Y. Chen, Ph.D. Professor of Physics Faculty Web Page

URL: http://jilll.utsa.edu/

Description: Liao Y. Chen, Ph.D. Professor of Physics Faculty Web Page.

Captured  on Dec 04, 2009

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Physics and Astronomy. Chen, Liao Y. Physics--Teaching.

Title: Latin American Development Archive

URL: http://ladark.lib.utsa.edu/

Description: Latin American Development Archive (LADARK) contains data sets and other information useful to social scientists who are doing research on Latin American development. These materials may be copied freely for scholarly research and educational purposes. LADARK is housed at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Collaborating departments include the Program in Cross-National Sociology and International Development (PCSID) and the Digital Knowledge Center.

Captured  on Dec 04, 2009

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Sociology. University of Texas at San Antonio. Library. Latin America--Economic development. Latin America--Economic policy. Development economics--Latin America.

Title: Basal Ganglia Anatomy, Physiology and Computation Lab

URL: http://marlin.life.utsa.edu/

Description: University of Texas at San Antonio Basal Ganglia Anatomy, Physiology and Computation Lab studies the circuitry and neurons of the basal ganglia, with the goal of understanding the computational function of these structures at the cellular level, and their dysfunction in diseases, especially Parkinson’s Disease. Experiments are focused on the ionic mechanisms that endow each cell type with its characteristic responses to synaptic input, the patterns of connectivity that deliver specific inputs to each cell, and the dynamics that arise from the combination of these.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   Parkinson’s disease. Neurosciences. University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Biology. University of Texas at San Antonio. Basal Ganglia Anatomy, Physiology and Computation Lab. Basal ganglia.

Title: Department of Mathematics

URL: http://math.utsa.edu/

Description: Homepage created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's Department of Mathematics. The UTSA Department of Mathematics offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, with two concentrations: (1) Mathematics and (2) General Mathematical Studies. The Mathematics concentration prepares students for graduate school in mathematics and for employment in industry, while the General Mathematical Studies concentration prepares students for becoming mathematics teachers and pursuing a graduate degree, typically in mathematics education. The UTSA Department of Mathematics also offers the Master of Science in Mathematics degree, with two concentrations: (1) Mathematics and (2) Mathematics Education, and a Master of Science in Applied Mathematics-Industrial Mathematics.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 2 Videos Captured

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Mathematics--Web site. Mathematics--Study and teaching.

Title: Department of Music

URL: http://music.utsa.edu/

Description: Homepage of the University of Texas at San Antonio's Department of Music. The department offers an undergraduate degree in performance, music education, music business and composition, and has graduate programs in music education, performance, conducting and piano pedagogy with specializations in Composition and Theory, Guitar Keyboard, Music Education, Music Marketing, Strings, Vocal Music, and Winds and Percussion. The department also has 11 major ensembles, numerous chamber ensembles and nearly 200 recitals, concerts, master classes workshops per year, and coordinates the Institute for Music Research (IMR).

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   Music-Instruction and Study. University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Music--Web site.

Title: Neurosciences Institute

URL: http://neuroscience.utsa.edu/

Description: Neurosciences Institute is the multidisciplinary research organization for the Neurosciences at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Their mission is to foster a collaborative community of scientists committed to studying the biological basis of human experience and behavior, and the origin and treatment of nervous system diseases. Areas of special emphasis include: nervous system development; neuronal and network computation; sensory, motor, and cognitive function; learning and memory, and the disease processes that impact them; implementing mathematical and computational tools in experimental neurobiology; mathematical theory of neurons and nervous systems.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 5 Videos Captured

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Neurosciences Institute. Neurosciences.

Title: Paladini Research Lab

URL: http://paladinilab.utsa.edu/

Description: The Paladini Lab, a part of the University of Texas at San Antonio Neurosciences Institute, researches the dopaminergic (DA) neurons of the ventral mesencephalon that are a part of a pathway that regulates reward-seeking behaviors and are the principal cells affected in Parkinson's Disease and addiction. Many drugs of abuse exert dysregulating effects on levels of dopamine and other neurotransmitters, resulting in widespread effects on DA neuron firing pattern. Psychostimulants (e.g., cocaine and amphetamine) alter interactions among multiple receptor subtypes that are co-expressed on DA neurons. Changes in DA neuron activity secondary to altered receptor interactions may underlie many of the behavioral changes associated with drug addiction independently of natural reward seeking mechanisms like feeding. The projects in the lab are funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (DA016262), the National Institute of Mental Health (MH079276), and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NS060658).

Captured 3 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   Dopaminergic neurons. Parkinson’s disease. Addictive behavior. University of Texas at San Antonio Neurosciences Institute.

Title: Protein Biomarkers Core

URL: http://pbc.utsa.edu/

Description: The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) Protein Biomarkers Core (PBC) applies specialized instrumentation, algorithms, and methods to discover protein biomarkers in complex biological samples. Method development for gel and gel-free, capillary liquid chromatography- mass spectrometry (LC/MS) and –tandem mass spectrometry (LC/MS/MS)-based protein biomarker discovery is performed in conjunction with the UTSA Proteomics Core. We are presently seeking funding with a Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) proposal to the National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Protein Biomarkers Core. Mass spectrometry. Proteomics. Proteins.

Title: Department of Physics and Astronomy

URL: http://physics.utsa.edu/

Description: Homepage created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's Department of Physics and Astronomy. The department offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in physics and astronomy and also coordinates the MEMS Research Laboratory (MRL).

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 164 Videos Captured

Subject:   Physics--Teaching. University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Physics and Astronomy--Web site. Astronomy--Teaching.

Title: 2007 Occupational Voice Conference/4th International Conference on the Physiology and Acoustics of Singing

URL: http://projects.dlc.utsa.edu/

Description: The Occupational Voice Conference brings together health officials, occupational voice users and their employers, occupational therapists, voice scientists, speech-language pathologists, medical doctors and other specialists in a format of lectures, panel discussions and informal conversations. Information sharing about Occupational Voice will benefit those who use their voices heavily in the workplace, those who train occupational voice users, those who treat occupational voice problems, those who design devices to assist occupational voice users, and those who scientifically study the occupational use of the voice. The International Conference on the Physiology and Acoustics of Singing includes singing, choral singing, distinctions between choral and solo singing, non-classical singing (other topics welcomed), and guest artist recital by: Cynthia Lawrence, soprano, and Mark Calkins, tenor.

Captured  on Dec 04, 2009

Subject:   Speech therapy. Occupational therapy services. Acoustics. International Conference on the Physiology and Acoustics of Singing. Occupational Voice Conference.

Title: Proteomics Core

URL: http://proteomics.utsa.edu/

Description: The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) Proteomics Core is focused on capillary liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC/MS) and -tandem mass spectrometry (LC/MS/MS), to identify, characterize, and quantify proteins. We are funded by a Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) grant from the National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), UTSA, and generous donations.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   Mass spectrometry. Proteomics. Proteins. University of Texas at San Antonio. Proteomics Core.

Title: Specialized Neuroscience Research Program

URL: http://snrp.utsa.edu/

Description: The Specialized Neuroscience Research Programs (SNRP) are an initiative under the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes (NINDS). Participating institutions cooperate to plan, coordinate, and direct research and research training programs to attract, retain, and develop future minority neuroscience health and research professionals. The UTSA SNRP, "Quantitative Neurobiology," supports two research projects (Origin and regulation of motor neuron identity in the hindbrain/Control of Dopamine Neuron Firing by Phosphoinositide-Coupled Receptors) and two cores (Image Analysis Core/Neurostatistics Core). Its mission is to develop neuroscience research at the University of Texas at San Antonio through collaborative programs that emphasize training in rigorous, state-of-the-art quantitative methods. The UTSA SNRP is a joint effort with researchers from the University of Utah School of Medicine and the Medical University of South Carolina.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 4 Videos Captured

Subject:   Neurosciences. University of Texas at San Antonio. Specialized Neuroscience Research Program--Web site.

Title: University of Texas at San Antonio Academy of Teacher Excellence Twitter Feed

URL: http://twitter.com/ATE_UTSA/

Description: Twitter feed created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's Academy of Teacher Excellence.

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Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio--Teachers, Training of. University of Texas at San Antonio--Teaching. University of Texas at San Antonio Academy of Teacher Excellence--Twitter.

URL: http://twitter.com/COEHDlabs/

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Title: College of Engineering Twitter Feed

URL: http://twitter.com/EngineeringUTSA/

Description: Twitter feed created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's College of Engineering.The College also oversees the activities of the Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Lean Systems (CAMLS), Center for Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship (CITE), Institute for Bioengineering and Translational Research (IBTR), Interactive Technology Experience Center (iTEC), and the Center for Simulation, Visualization and Real Time Prediction (SiViRT).

Captured  on Dec 04, 2009

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Engineering--Twitter.

URL: http://twitter.com/ICS_UTSA/

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Title: Nonprofit Management Program Twitter Feed.

URL: http://twitter.com/NMPatUTSA/

Description: The Nonprofit Management Program is part of the University of Texas at San Antonio's Center for Policy Studies. The Nonprofit Management Program offers a non-credit, certificate program for nonprofit professionals, volunteers, and board members at every level of experience; explores current trends in nonprofit leadership and management; gives presentations and interactions with career and academic professionals from the nonprofit sector; develops sessions on program planning/evaluation, fundraising and development, volunteer recruitment/retention, communication and leadership skills, marketing and public relations, human resources, risk management, information management, and budgeting.

Captured  on Dec 04, 2009

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Nonprofit Management Program--Twitter. University of Texas at San Antonio--Center for Policy Studies. Nonprofit organizations--Management. Nonprofit organizations--Education.

Title: College of Architecture Twitter Feed

URL: http://twitter.com/UTSACOA/

Description: Twitter feed created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's College of Architecture.

Captured  on Dec 04, 2009

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Architecture--Twitter.

URL: http://twitter.com/acelabUTSA/

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Title: University of Texas at San Antonio Student Teaching Program Twitter Feed

URL: http://twitter.com/utsateach/

Description: Twitter feed created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio Student Teaching Program.

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Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Education and Human Development. University of Texas at San Antonio--Teachers, Training of. University of Texas at San Antonio--Teaching. University of Texas at San Antonio Student Teaching Program--Twitter.

Title: Women's Studies Institute Twitter Feed

URL: http://twitter.com/women_studies/

Description: Twitter feed created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's Women's Studies Institute. Women's Studies Institute is dedicated to scholarship and research that creates critical dialogue on the production of knowledge about and related to all women on the application of such knowledge to social and political practices and processes.

Captured  on Dec 04, 2009

Subject:   Women’s studies. University of Texas at San Antonio.Women's Studies Institute.

Title: College of Sciences Blog

URL: http://utsa-sciences.tumblr.com/

Description: Blog created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's College of Sciences. The college includes twelve undergraduate and fourteen graduate programs. The college is composed of six departments Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geological Sciences, Mathematics, and Physics & Astronomy. The college offers advanced degree programs in every department including Ph.D.s in biology, chemistry, computer science, environmental science and engineering, and physics. Students are exposed to collaboration through programs with local external research institutions including UT Health Science Center, Southwest Research Institute and the Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Sciences--Blog.

Title: College of Engineering Blog

URL: http://utsaengineering.tumblr.com/

Description: Blog created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's College of Engineering. The College of Engineering includes degree programs in Biomedical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. The College also oversees the activities of the Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Lean Systems (CAMLS), Center for Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship (CITE), Institute for Bioengineering and Translational Research (IBTR), Interactive Technology Experience Center (iTEC), and the Center for Simulation, Visualization and Real Time Prediction (SiViRT).

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 48 Videos Captured

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Engineering--Blogs.

Title: University of Texas at San Antonio Student Teaching Program Wiki

URL: http://utsateacher.pbworks.com/

Description: Wiki created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's Student Teacher Program.

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Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio--Teachers, Training of. University of Texas at San Antonio--Teaching. University of Texas at San Antonio Student Teaching Program--Wiki.

Title: Language and Cultural Engagement in Thailand/Course Syllabus C&I 7973/ESL 6973

URL: http://utsathailand.blogspot.com/

Description: Students will learn, experience and engage in language learning, language teaching, and cultural activities for course credit during the Summer 2007. Students will travel to the Trang Province of Thailand where they will be placed in public schools as English as a second language tutors. Students will receive intensive cultural and ESL teaching methodology training prior to a 2-week assignment in an ESL classroom in the Trang province. Students will also participate in cultural excursions and activities in other parts of the country.

Captured  on Dec 04, 2009

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Education and Human Development. University of Texas at San Antonio.Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies

Title: Language and Cultural Engagement in Thailand 2008

URL: http://utsathailand2008.blogspot.com/

Description: Students will learn, experience and engage in language learning, language teaching, and cultural activities for course credit during the Summer 2007. Students will travel to the Trang Province of Thailand where they will be placed in public schools as English as a second language tutors. Students will receive intensive cultural and ESL teaching methodology training prior to a 2-week assignment in an ESL classroom in the Trang province. Students will also participate in cultural excursions and activities in other parts of the country.

Captured  on Dec 04, 2009

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio--International education. University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Education and Human Development. University of Texas at San Antonio.Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies

Title: Visualization and Modeling Laboratory

URL: http://visual.cs.utsa.edu/

Description: The UTSA Visualization and Modeling Laboratory focuses on new ways to model and visualize systems with concurrent behavior. Application areas range from multithreaded operating systems to chaotic pattern-forming systems and neurobiology. Computer animation, image processing, and interactive simulations are some of the tools used in this research. Research projects include: Chaos Pattern Formation, Davis (Data Viewing System), Turtle Cortex Understanding Cortical Waves, Waves And Synchronization, Web-Based Electronic Laboratories, MicroMetal Microarray Meta-Analysis, Distributed Neural Processing, JOTSA (Java On Time Synchronous Animation), Visualization of Mobily Acquired Geophysical Data, Visualization of Scientific Video Data, and Visualization of Systems.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   Neurosciences. University of Texas at San Antonio. Visualization and Modeling Laboratory--Web site. Data visualization. Information modeling.

Title: American Letters & Commentary

URL: http://www.amletters.org/

Description: American Letters & Commentary is an eclectic literary magazine featuring innovative and challenging writing in all forms. Each annual issue features a substantial and diverse selection of fiction, poetry, essays, translation, and critical opinion by renowned and up-and-coming writers. Past contributors have included Paul Auster, Jeff Clark, Stephen Dixon, Amy England, Diane Glancy, Albert Goldbarth, Barbara Guest, Christine Hume, Bruce Benderson, Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge, Ann Lauterbach, Cris Mazza, Kathleen Norris, Michael Palmer, Claudia Rankine, Donald Revell, Cole Swensen, Susan Wheeler, Diane Williams, C.D. Wright, and John Yau. Works from past issues of AL&C have been selected for Best American Poetry, Harper's, and the Pushcart Prize.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   American essays. American letters. American poetry. American ficiton.

Title: Department of Biology

URL: http://www.bio.utsa.edu/

Description: The Department of Biology includes 30 tenured or tenure-track faculty who teach and lead research programs in the biological sciences. Research and teaching expertise/interests include: Biochemistry, Cellular and molecular biology, Developmental biology, Ecology, Immunology, Microbiology, Neurobiology, Physiology, Plant hormones and gene expression, and Virology. Research awards in the department from the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, U.S. Forest Service, and private foundations total more than $8 million annually. Members of our faculty serve on national peer-review panels and are on the editorial boards of well-known scientific journals. State-of-the-art research laboratories provide both undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to learn, participate, and acquire skills in leading areas of biological study.

Captured 11 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Videos: 1 Videos Captured

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Biology.

Title: UTSA Historians

URL: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=105764820609

Description: UTSA Historians is a group of department administrators, current faculty, faculty alumni, current students, alums, and friends of the Department of History at University of Texas at San Antonio.

Captured 2 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2010

Subject:   Facebook (Electronic resource). University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of History. Historians--Texas--San Antonio (Tex.).

Title: Department of Music Facebook Page

URL: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=20734141698

Description: Although UTSA is a young university, the Department of Music has established a reputation as a leader among Texas university programs. With approximately 300 undergraduate and graduate music majors, the department is large enough to offer a complete curriculum with 11 major ensembles, numerous chamber ensembles and nearly 200 recitals, concerts, master classes and workshops per year. The Department of Music offers in the areas of Music Education, Performance, Composition, Music Marketing, Conducting, and Piano Pedagogy.

Captured 4 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Dec 12, 2011

Subject:   Facebook (Electronic resource). University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Music.

Title: Society for the Study of Gloria Anzaldua Facebook Page

URL: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=30441554085

Description: Established in 2005 and housed at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), the Society for the Study of Gloria Anzaldúa (SSGA) provides a place for scholars, students, and community to come together with the intention of engaging in the continued study of intellectual and spiritual work of Chicana feminist Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa.The SSGA is the brainchild of Dr. Norma Cantu, award-winning author and professor of English and U.S. Latina/o Literature at UTSA. Her works include Papeles de mujer (novel), Champu: or Hair Matters (novel), and Meditacion Fronteriza: Poems of Life, Love and Work (poetry).

Captured 2 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2010

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Anzaldúa, Gloria. Society for the Study of Gloria Anzaldúa. Facebook (Electronic resource).

Title: Department of English Facebook Page

URL: http://www.facebook.com/pages/EnglishUTSA/91798132908

Description: Facebook page created and maintained by the University of Texas at San Antonio's Department of English.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   Facebook (Electronic resource). University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of English.

Title: Department of Chemistry Facebook Page

URL: http://www.facebook.com/pages/San-Antonio-TX/Department-of-Chemistry-UTSA/115832895078

Description: The Department of Chemistry at The University of Texas at San Antonio is a comprehensive academic unit, which offers Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science (certified by the American Chemical Society), Master of Science, and Ph.D. degrees.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Chemistry. Facebook (Electronic resource). Chemistry.

Title: Department of Philosophy and Classics Facebook Page

URL: http://www.facebook.com/pages/San-Antonio-TX/UTSA-Classics/119323479521

Description: The Department of Philosophy and Classics brings together an award-winning faculty with diverse expertise across the fields of philosophy, the humanities and classical studies. It offers a major and minor in both Philosophy and Classics, and minors in Religious Studies and Humanities. The Philosophy program offers a wide range of courses in metaphysics, philosophy of religion, epistemology, ethics, logic, continental philosophy, analytical philosophy, Asian philosophy, philosophy of art, applied ethics, and likewise. The Classics program offer courses exploring numerous topics in Greek and Roman literature, culture, art, archaeology, classical mythology and ancient history, as well as introductory to advanced Latin and Greek. A rotating schedule of upper-division courses allows students to delve further into topics as diverse as ancient science and technology, epic poetry, urbanism and the archaeology of Pompeii, gender and sexuality and ritual sacrifice.

Captured 4 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   Facebook (Electronic resource). University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Philosophy and Classics.

Title: College of Fine and Liberal Arts Facebook Page

URL: http://www.facebook.com/pages/San-Antonio-TX/UTSA-College-of-Liberal-and-Fine-Arts/87646133182

Description: The College of Liberal and Fine Arts (COLFA) at the University of Texas at San Antonio comprises 11 departments at UTSA: Anthropology; Art and Art History; Communications; English; History; Modern Languages and Literature; Music; Philosophy and Classics; Political Science and Geography; Psychology; and Sociology.

Captured 6 times between Dec 04, 2009 and Nov 30, 2012

Subject:   University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Fine and Liberal Arts.

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