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March 30, 2015

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Women treated differently in narcotics cases

Women treated differently in narcotics cases
​A recent UTSA study suggests female defendants are treated differently than similarly situated male counterparts in federal narcotic cases, depending on their criminal history.

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Study: ‘Ovulation goggles’ affect how women respond to advertising

Study: ‘Ovulation goggles’ affect how women respond to advertising
​At the peak of ovulation, when estrogen is at its highest, women want more options, not only in men, but also in consumer products, according to Assistant Professor of Marketing Kristina Durante’s (along with Ashley Rae Arsena) latest study, “Playing the Field: The Effect of Fertility on Women’s Desire for Variety.”

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Spring Break Archeology Camp at UTSA

​UTSA regularly engages its future students by holding special events and gatherings, like clubs, workshops and camps, for elementary, middle and high school students; this semester was no exception.

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‘Cyber soldiers’ far from science fiction as UTSA partners with Army Reserves

‘Cyber soldiers’ far from science fiction as UTSA partners with Army Reserves
​“Ever use AirRowdy? Do you think AirRowdy is secure? — it isn’t,” said Dr. Glenn Dietrich, UTSA director of the Center for Education and Research in Information and Infrastructure Security at the College of Business, describing wireless networks’ potential vulnerabilities.