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Old Posted Oct 5, 2018, 8:08 PM
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Check out what Boston U is proposing for it's data sciences center!

https://www.connect.media/boston-uni...iences-center/
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Check out what Boston U is proposing for it's data sciences center!

https://www.connect.media/boston-uni...iences-center/
That looks a little suspect of Gensler's proposal for Hemisfair...

But that would be awesome if we could get something like that for us, in the future though. We would have to start small with room to grow.
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From The Rivard Report

University of Texas at San Antonio President Taylor Eighmy has some lofty goals for his university over the next decade: increase enrollment to more than 45,000 students, grow the first-year student retention rate to 85 percent, and raise the six-year graduation rate to 60 percent. The latter two goals he wants to achieve by 2023.

https://therivardreport.com/utsa-beg...dents-by-2028/

More growth for downtown SA.
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