Faculty

Criminal justice assistant professor receives $20,000 research award Date: 09/01/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Criminal Justice Faculty Staff Social Work Faculty Staff

Congratulations to Dr. Kellie Lynch, assistant professor in the department of criminal justice, who recently received $20,000 under the Vice-President for Research Office's Grants for Research Advancement and Transformation (GREAT) Program.

Alpha Phi Sigma holds Hurricane Harvey donation drive Date: 08/31/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Criminal Justice Faculty Staff

The National Criminal Justice Honor Society Alpha Phi Sigma is collecting nonperishable items to help those impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

UTSA offers support in Harvey aftermath Date: 08/30/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Criminal Justice Faculty Staff Demography Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff Social Work Faculty Staff Policy Studies Center

UTSA offers information on how you can help UTSA students and other across the state impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

Donate today for alum’s Books to Incarcerated Youth project Date: 08/22/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Criminal Justice Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff

Dieter Cantu, who received his bachelor's degree in public administration, is helping troubled teens succeed by providing books to youth across Texas as a way to improve their literacy and reduce the rate of recidivism.

UTSA Downtown students working to get child care (San Antonio Express-News) Date: 08/14/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Criminal Justice Faculty Staff Demography Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff Social Work Faculty Staff

UTSA Downtown campus students including social work students, who are members of Students Raising Children, partnered with La Trínidad United Methodist Church to provide child care for graduate students taking classes in the evening.  However, Students Raising Children are lining up funding and seeking to get an exemption to state licensing requirements.