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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Parking permits available now

  parked cars  

Parking permits for 2017-18 are available online. Payroll deduction is offered. Go to uta.edu/pats and log in to MavPark to obtain a permit.


UTA Planetarium offers eclipse glasses, viewing party

  solar eclipse  

Faculty, staff, and students can purchase a pair of special solar eclipse glasses for $1.50 in preparation for the eclipse Monday, Aug. 21. The glasses are limited to one pair per UTA ID. Cost is $2.50 for non-UTA individuals. Pick up a pair through Friday, Aug. 18, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the Planetarium gift shop and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Planetarium office in Room 364 of the Chemistry and Physics Building.

A watch party begins at noon with the show Astronomy 101: Solar Eclipses followed by the viewing. LEARN MORE.

The Planetarium also will livestream the eclipse.


Volunteer for excitement of Maverick Stampede!

  Maverick Stampede  

Welcome students to campus during the Maverick Stampede, the official kick-off to the 2017-18 academic year.


Business Affairs Training and Development

  • Aug. 17—Payment Vouchers
  • Aug. 22—MAV eSHOP for Shoppers
  • Aug. 23—Travel and Expenses
  • Aug. 24—Position and Workforce Management

Register at the Business Affairs Training and Development webpage.


Human Resources Learning and Development

See more learning opportunities at the HR Learning and Development webpage.

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