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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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UTSA public health students eligible for two new scholarships

UTSA public health students eligible for two new scholarships

Faith Kouadio, Staff Writer January 23, 2024

Starting in Fall 2024, UTSA will use a $50k anonymous gift to create an endowment for its public health students. The new scholarships were raised in honor of Dr. Anita Kurian and Dr. Junda Woo, San Antonio...

Each Career Bridge workshop will take place in the HCAP Student Success Center (MS 2.02.36), located in the breezeway in the Multidisciplinary Studies Building.

HCAP holds ‘Career Bridge’ for students

Kaitlyn J. Grace, Staff Writer September 25, 2023

The College for Health, Community and Policy (HCAP) will be holding a Career Bridge on select Tuesdays until Nov. to give students an advantage in interviews, resume building, job searching and more. Each...

HCAP merges demography and sociology departments

HCAP merges demography and sociology departments

Misty Olawunmi, Staff Writer September 19, 2023

The Departments of Demography and Sociology in the College for Health, Community and Policy recently merged into one department. Now known as the Department of Sociology and Demography, the program aims...

HCAP launches new master’s degree

HCAP launches new master’s degree

Regina Robert, Staff Writer February 28, 2023

A new interdisciplinary master’s program in health, community and policy has been launched by UTSA’s College of Health, Community and Policy (HCAP). It is a collaboration between the Department of...

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UTSA’s new College for Health, Community & Policy launches

Breahna Luera, News Editor January 28, 2020

UTSA officially launched the new College for Community, Health & Policy (HCaP) this semester. The college will offer several undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as a number of certifications....

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