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Monday, January 30, 2017

Resources available to UTA community members from areas affected by travel ban

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With the recent White House executive order temporarily banning entry into the United States of citizens from several nations, UTA strongly urges those from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen not to travel outside the U.S. at this time.

Several resources are available to members of the UTA family affected by or concerned about this situation.

The UTA campus community is committed to maintaining the inclusive and collaborative environment that defines UTA. As the fifth most diverse college campus in the nation, we treasure the ethnic and cultural richness that makes UTA unique. LEARN MORE.


Herrmann, Thompson honored for leading campaign to create UTA's first planetarium 35 years ago

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The Planetarium at UTA is a direct legacy of the work of Ulrich Herrmann, far right, and Cecil Thompson, two former physics professors who in 1981 teamed to create the University’s first planetarium, which was in the Roundhouse building adjoining Preston Hall. The contributions of Herrmann, who died in January 2015, and Thompson were honored with a plaque commemorating their efforts in the Chemistry and Physics Building's lobby, directly across from the planetarium entrance. LEARN MORE.

Maverick Service Excellence starts third section

The third section of the Maverick Service Excellence: The Total Service Experience program begins Wednesday, Feb. 15.


Help students succeed in their first year

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MAVS 1000 is recruiting faculty and staff with a passion for helping first-year students succeed for the fall 2017 semester. The application deadline is Friday, March 3. LEARN MORE.


Nominate employees for Outstanding Maverick Awards

Outstanding Maverick Awards

Nominate a great employee or team of employees for the Outstanding Maverick Awards. Submit nominations online by Friday, Feb. 10. For questions or concerns, contact Eunice Currie at 2-7091.

Coming Up

Tuesday, Jan. 31—UTA Symphony Orchestra Concert

Thursday, Feb. 2—Go Red for Women

Friday-Saturday, Feb. 3-4—Flight 12 Comedy Improv

Saturday, Feb. 4—Basketball Doubleheader: Mavs, Lady Mavs vs. Texas State: Military Appreciation Night

Monday, Feb. 6—InnovationDay@UTA

Monday, Feb. 6—UTA Wind Symphony Concert

See more on the UTA events calendar.


4 ticket $40 basketball deal

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