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30-year career at UTSA ends after classroom management controversy

30-year career at UTSA ends after classroom management controversy

Heather Montoya

September 3, 2019

Dr. Anita Moss, a human anatomy and physiology professor at the university for 30 years, has not been reappointed after two investigations into her classroom management in the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters. “Dr. Moss has completed the term of her contract and, based on the university’s teaching...

Task group analyzes classroom management etiquette

Task group analyzes classroom management etiquette

Heather Montoya

August 27, 2019

The 21st Century Learning Environment task group established in the Spring 2019 semester continues their outset as the fall semester begins and aims at providing Dr. Kimberly Andrews Espy with recommendations in November on improving the learning environment in UTSA classrooms. “The charge of this...

UTSA completes investigation on Anita Moss

UTSA completes investigation on Anita Moss

Heather Montoya

March 6, 2019

UTSA has concluded its investigation concerning Professor Anita Moss’ classroom management with recommendations that Moss, who teaches human anatomy and physiology, may be more suitable to develop laboratory courses outside of the classroom and pursue online teaching. According to the report, “By...