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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Join the #MaverickMade campaign

Maverick Made

As UTA prepares to welcome its newest class this fall, you can showcase all the different ways students find their fit at UTA as part of the #MaverickMade campaign on social media.

Support the campaign in three ways between now and National College Decision Day, Monday, May 1.

  • Download the official #MaverickMade cover photos and set the new images as your cover photos on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Share your story by posting about your experiences at UTA and add “I am #MaverickMade” to the end of your posts.
  • Share, retweet, and engage with #MaverickMade content you like.

LEARN MORE.

MyMav reveals new look on Monday

MyMav update

The look and design of MyMav and the MyMav sign-in page will be refreshed on Monday, May 1, to prepare for future enhancements. You will still sign in to MyMav at uta.edu/mymav and see familiar links to IT, faculty, and staff resources. The header and footer have been streamlined. All the functionality remains the same, but you will need to reset your favorites. Your menu items may look different from the screenshot, depending on your security access. This is the first of many MyMav enhancements underway through 2019. If you have questions, contact the HelpDesk at helpdesk@uta.edu.


Sign up to read at annual Homerathon on Thursday

Homerathon

Readers are needed for Homerathon, an annual public reading of Homer's epic poem, The Odyssey. The event is 7 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Thursday, April 27, on the University Center mall. Text in English translation is available in the office of the Philosophy and Humanities Department, 305 Carlisle Hall. To read, sign up online at uta/studentorgs/classics/homerathon. Homerathon T-shirts will be on sale for $10 as will Homerathon coffee cups.


Mav eShop to streamline purchases; attend demonstration

mav eshop vendor open house

A new way to shop for commodities from the University's contracted vendors will open soon. Mav eShop is an Amazon-like online ordering and requisition system that will provide an efficient and interactive way for shoppers to search and initiate requisitions. The tool will interface with UT Share and enhance the ordering and payment processes, helping to reduce costs and improve productivity.

Attend the Mav eShop demonstration and vendor open house 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday, May 3, in the Red River Room of the University Center. Complimentary tote bags will be given to the first 100 attendees.


Get your team ready for the Blazing Race

blaziing race

Join the Wellness Committee and your fellow Mavericks at 11 a.m. Wednesday May 17, for the 2017 Blazing Race Event. The theme is “Maverick Spirit Run” so show your Maverick Spirit for a chance at some prizes. Register by Monday, May 8, to receive a free pedometer to help you track your steps. Quantities are limited. Teams also can sign up for the SAC Summer Slimdown on the same registration link. The slimdown is May 17-July 12. LEARN MORE.


Coming Up

Small Art exhibit-sale

Thursday, April 27—Homerathon

Thursday, April 27—Choral Concert

Friday, April 28—Military Appreciation Night at UTA Baseball

Friday, April 28—Wind Symphony Concert

Saturday, April 29—Children's Day

See more on the UTA events calendar.


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