"The partners of the “1st Latino Path to Power and Prosperity” working symposium invite prospective participants to this May 4-5, 2017 policy focused event. The symposium goal is to establish equitable public policies that contribute to economic mobility opportunities which strengthen Latino families. Strong families exemplified by financially stable home environments, increased education, secure employment, greater child development support opportunities, improved health, and more engaged voters.
Written by JamiAlise on Mar 29 2017 - 6:55pm
"A record number of candidates this year are vying to become the next District 5 council representative for the San Antonio City Council. Join The UTSA College of Public Policy and the League of Women Voters, in partnership with student organizations Alpha Phi Sigma and the Public Administration Student Organization (PASO) for a candidate forum to hear what the District 5 candidates have to say on the issues. Six candidates have confirmed:
Written by JamiAlise on Feb 3 2017 - 4:26pm
The UTSA Center for Civic Engagement invites you to the annual Civic Engagement Summit "Building a Civic Infrastructure for a Changing Democracy". The purpose of this annual gathering is to celebrate and showcase UTSA’s commitment to civic engagement through a myriad of efforts by students, faculty and staff. In keeping with our climb to Tier One and our strategic vision to promote community engagement this summit provides us with an opportunity to highlight the significant ways our university impacts the local community.
Written by JamiAlise on Nov 23 2016 - 2:01pm
An open Q&A panel presented by State Representative Diego Bernal. Panelists include: Marisa Bono, MALDEF SW Regional Counsel Jonathan Ryan, RAICES Executive Director Marisol Perez, DMCA LLP Partner Opening remarks from Congressman Joaquin Castro and Congressman Lloyd Doggett. Co-hosted by:
Written by JamiAlise on Nov 3 2016 - 9:50pm
Chasing Light Pictures, LLC is presenting a film screening and Q&A of Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery. This critically-acclaimed film tells the untold stories of Mexican-American history, culture and ancestry, particularly the decade-long quest of filmmaker, writer, and producer Walter Dominguez to unlock the secrets of his long lost family of origin in Mexico and to learn more about the life of his grandfather Emilio Hernandez and the forces that compelled him to immigrate from Mexico to the U.S.
Written by JamiAlise on Oct 19 2016 - 2:41pm
The College of Public Policy welcomes Canadian scholar Jasmin Hristov, from the University of Toronto. Her topic: The Political Violence of Global Capital: Dispossession and Repression in the Global South. Jasmin Hristov is an author of the books Paramilitarism and Neoliberalism: Violent Systems of Capital Accumulation in Colombia and Beyond (Pluto Press 2014) and Blood and Capital: the Paramilitarization of Colombia (Ohio University Press 2009).
Written by Amanda Evrard on Jan 22 2016 - 12:27pm
REPLAY the video of the live webcast of the lecture, Cities and Citizens: Why Public Service? presented by San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor on Jan. 26, 2016. Mayor Taylor presented the first lecture in the UTSA College of Public Policy's Distinguished Lecture Series at the UTSA Downtown Campus Buena Vista Theater. Thanks to the underwriting support of NOWCastSA Nonprofit Member UTSA College of Public Policy, anyone can replay the video right here on this page.