The College of Liberal and Fine Arts Outstanding Student Award is currently given out to one undergraduate and one graduate student at Student Government Association's annual University Life Awards.


As College of Fine Arts and HumanitiesEdit


  • Winner: Dolores Diaz[1]


  • Winner: Mary Bowen[2]


  • Winner: Karen L. Camp[3]


  • Winner: John Anderson, Jr.[4]

As College of Liberal and Fine ArtsEdit


  • Winner: Dina Miller[5]


  • Winner: Danette Salas[6]


  • Winner: Melanie Neely[7]


  • Undergraduate: Angela White
  • Graduate: James Ordner[8]


  • Undergraduate: Jocelyn Campos
  • Finalists: Jeremy Faulk, Rachel Finn
  • Graduate: Larissa Mercado
  • Finalist: Beatriz Perez


  • Undergraduate: Jonathan Nomamiukor
  • Graduate: Jason Treviño[9]


  • Undergraduate: Regi Cantu
  • Finalists: Rob Pohl, Jessica Garza
  • Graduate: Victor Kopic
  • Finalist: Dianna Lopez


  • Undergraduate: Elissa Dougherty
  • Finalists: Aida Ghazvini, Autumn Lansford
  • Graduate: Niyaz Barzani
  • Presenter: Associate Dean Christopher Wickham


  • Undergraduate: Jennifer Kennedy
  • Finalists: Sarah Allred, Itza Carbajal
  • Graduate: Gabriella Boschi Scott
  • Finalists: William Robertson, Michael Gardin
  • Presenter: Associate Dean Christopher Wickham


  • Undergraduate: Hannah Beck
  • Finalists: Ariana Treviño, Alex Guajardo
  • Graduate: Willie Hale
  • Presenter: Associate Dean Steven Levitt


  • Undergraduate: Danielle Chapa
  • Finalists: Christine DeMyers, Kimberly Redgate
  • Graduate: Leah McCurdy
  • Finalists: Michael Lee Gardin, Argon Gruber
  • Presenter: Associate Professor of Anthropology Kathryn Brown


  • Undergraduate: Saifa Pirani
  • Finalists: Ghada Ghannam, Matthew Treviño
  • Graduate: Lydia Light
  • Finalists: Raluca Owens, April Rodriguez
  • Presenter: Associate Dean Steven Levitt


  1. "University Life Awards banquet honors UTSA's best". Paisano from 4/13/93, page 2. Retrieved September 1, 2012.
  2. "UTSA students, faculty shine at University Life Awards". Paisano from 4/19/94, page 1. Retrieved September 1, 2012.
  3. "Presenting the winners: Results are in from the nineteenth annual University Life Awards". Paisano from 4/16/96. Retrieved August 27, 2012.
  4. "Student, students honored at university life awards". Paisano from 4/15/97, pages 1 and 3. Retrieved August 31, 2012.
  5. "UTSA honors outstanding campus members with University Life Awards". UTSA press release from 5/17/01. UTSA Special Collections UA 16.01 Box 20. Retrieved July 22, 2013.
  6. "UTSA Rewards Service With 'University Life Awards'". UTSA press release from 4/9/02. UTSA Special Collections UA 16.01 Box 20. Retrieved July 22, 2013.
  7. "UTSA Today". UTSA Today from 4/29/05. Retrieved October 17, 2011.
  8. "UTSA Today". UTSA Today from 4/11/07. Retrieved April 4, 2012.
  9. "Congratulations to University Life Awards Recipients!". UTSA Department of English. Retrieved October 5, 2013.
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