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July 9, 2015  •  Alumni E-Newsletter Archive

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Dear UT Arlington alumni,

We are sharing news highlights of some of the wonderful things going on at your alma mater over the summer. Please let us know what you are interested in hearing about from one of the fastest-growing public research universities in the nation. Go Mavs!

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. Stuart Deane .

Golf Coach Deane Qualifies for U.S. PGA Team

UT Arlington golf coach Stuart Deane has qualified for the 2015 United States PGA Cup Team. The U.S. team is playing for the PGA Cup from Sept. 18‑20 in San Martin, Calif. Deane earned a spot on the 10‑man team based on a two-year rolling points system. He was hired as men’s and women’s golf coach on May 19 after previously serving as assistant men’s coach since February. Deane is also a PGA teaching professional at Rolling Hills Country Club in Arlington, which is one of the facilities used by the golf program.

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FSAE Racing: Student Designed and Built

Some 30 student-built Formula SAE race cars from universities across North America will compete in the 15th Annual Texas Autocross Weekend July 17‑19 on the UT Arlington campus. Formal competition starts at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 18, in Lot 49, at the northeast corner of Cooper Street and Doug Russell Road. Admission is free. UT Arlington’s FSAE team will compete against students from UT Austin, Texas A&M University, University of Houston, University of North Texas, UT San Antonio, University of New Mexico, University of Kansas, Oklahoma State University, Louisiana State University, Texas Tech and others.

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. Mila Hunt .

Student Excellence: Engineering Intern

Oncor’s news site, The Wire, interviewed UT Arlington student Mila Hunt in an article about the company’s 30 summer interns and why they chose to focus on energy. “Energy is the future,” Hunt said of her decision to pursue a career in that industry. “As a society, we’ve come into this great knowledge of how to harness, convert, control and benefit from energy. It only makes sense to focus all of our efforts on changing the way we interact with it.”

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. Aaron Miri .

Alumnus Named Standout Hospital Chief Information Officer

Aaron Miri, chief information officer of Walnut Hill Medical Center, was noted as one of the nation’s standout CIOs by Becker’s Hospital Review this week. Miri joined C‑suite peers in Idaho, San Antonio, Boston, and New Jersey who the magazine says are leaders in the industry. Becker’s highlights Miri’s oversight of the North Dallas hospital’s information services, including electronic health records and its ancillary systems. He holds a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from UT Arlington.

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To tell us what you’d like to know more about from UT Arlington, contact utacommunications@uta.edu or the Office of Alumni Relations.

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