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Monday, February 13, 2017

Pete Carlon honored for dedication to UTA Athletics

Pete Carlon

Former athletic director Pete Carlon was recognized for his service to UTA Athletics and upcoming retirement during halftime of the men’s basketball game Saturday. Carlon began as head athletic trainer with no assistants in 1981 and served as athletic director from 1996 to 2012. “I want to be remembered as a person who cared about not just wins and losses, but about student-athlete welfare,” he said. “I wanted them to excel in their academics and achieve their dreams." LEARN MORE.

New IT service management system in place

The ServiceNow IT service management system has been implemented to automate and expedite service requests and reported IT incidents. Faculty, staff, and students should expect increased notifications of their ticket status from uta@service-now.com instead of customerserv@uta.edu. LEARN MORE.


Support campus sustainability with Green Office Program

The Green Office Program can help your department be part of the collaborative effort toward sustainability at UTA. Green Office teams are recognized for their efforts in conservation, recycling, and more. LEARN MORE.

Coming Up

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Monday-Tuesday, Feb. 13-14—Romancing the Stars

Monday, Feb. 13—College of Engineering Night at UTA Basketball

Tuesday, Feb. 14—Staff Advisory Council

Wednesday, Feb. 15—Pizza with President Karbhari

Wednesday, Feb. 15—Focus on Faculty: Sridhar Nerur

Wednesday, Feb. 15—CAAS Power Hour Lecture

Thursday, Feb. 16—Maverick Speakers Series Featuring Kevin O’Leary

See more on the UTA events calendar.


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