Vol. 60, Issue 35 | Arts & Life7 | SportsWilson reflects on Waco loss Crush the crisis The PaisanoSeptember 10 - September 17, 2019Est. 1981Graphic by Emma ReevesIncreased tuition and fees? For the first time, univer-sities in the UT System are being compared to one an-other for cohesive planning at the System Administra-tion level. Prior to the 2019 Fall semester, each school operated independently within their own param-eters. This leaves UTSA with roughly one month to develop any proposals they might have, including tuition and fees.“We have to have our proposals for tuition and fee changes, which typically are increased, to the system by Nov. 1,” Dr. Kimberly Espy, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs, said during the Student Govern-Continued on page 2See “Three programs ranked among the best”UTSA seeks to rename Main Campus. UTSA has partnered with Trilogy Education to offer a 24-week cod-ing boot camp program beginning Sept. 17. Each boot camp is expected to last six months.UTSA is the latest of a growing number of U.S. universities including UC Berkeley Extension, Univer-sity of Central Florida, UCLA Extension, UC Irvine, Northwestern and Rutgers to partner with Trilogy to offer similar programs.Coding boot camps, like San Antonio based “CodeUp,” and now UTSA’s Coding Boot Camp, are 20-30 week programs designed to accelerate students’ ca-reers by quickly teach-ing them how to write web-based software. UTSA’s Coding Boot Camp will be offered through UTSA’s new Department of Data Sciences and is open to all UTSA students and the public. However, the new coding boot camp is designed for working professionals and offers primarily night and weekend class sessions combined with a course curriculum that em-phasises a distributed, but “social,” coding By Ben ShiraniStaff WriterPartnership initiates coding boot campUTSA master’s programs receive recognitionEduniversal, a global ranking and rating agency specializing in higher education, recognized three master’s degree programs at UTSA as among the best in the world. The company evalu-ated over 1,000 universities and more than 20,000 master’s and M.B.A programs in 154 coun-tries using specific quantitative and qualitative criteria to select the 1,000 best business schools. Eduniversal divided the selected schools into five Palmes levels of Excellence based on the following criteria: accreditation, major rankings and member-ships in academic associations. Each program was evaluated by schools ranked with the same Palmes level given a dean’s vote. UTSA received three Palmes of Excellence and a 57% dean recommendation rate. UTSA made two regional ap-pearances and one international appearance in the 2019 Best Master’s and MBA Rankings. The M.S. in Business secured the No. 36 spot in General Management among programs in North America. “We are proud to be recog-nized internationally for our M.S. in Business program. Since the program began in 2016, we have worked hard to provide non-business majors with a solid foundation in business, create bonds that will last a lifetime within this cohort program and ultimately secure meaningful professional employment,” said Daniel Davied, assistant dean of graduate studies in the UTSA By Geoffrey OkoloStaff Writer/PaisanoOnline/ThePaisano@ThePaisano@PaisanoMediawww.Paisano-Online.comIndependent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio CommunityProvost discusses master plan and associated university costs with student government UTSA held the Involvement Fair on Sept. 6 under the Sombrilla on the Main Campus. There were over 100 organizational booths ranging from cultural groups to organiza-tions focused on technology, health, fighting famine, sports and science.Various student organizations handed out treats along with infor-mation about their organization. Other organizations, such as the Institute of Electrical and Electron-ics Engineers (IEEE): Robotics and Automation Society, had games available for students to play. For more information on organi-zations at UTSA, visit RowdyLink online. Student organizations recruit membersBy Tali DuarteAssistant Magazine EditorTali Duarte/The PaisanoUTSA Master of Business, Master of Commu-nication and Master of Finance met criteria.Involvement Fair encourages student participation.

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UTSA held the Involvement Fair on Sept. 6 under the Sombrilla on the Main Campus. There were over 100 organizational booths ranging from cultural groups to organizations focused on technology, health, fighting famine, sports and science.

Various student organizations handed out treats along with information about their organization. Other organizations, such as the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE): Robotics and Automation Society, had games available for students to play.

For more information on organizations at UTSA, visit RowdyLink online.

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