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PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS

The University of Texas at Arlington seeks a new president who possesses a clear vision of how UT Arlington will continue building upon recent successes and achieve top-tier status as a research university. Candidates for president of The University of Texas at Arlington must possess an earned terminal degree or appropriate professional level of experience. 

S/he must have achieved distinction in at least one academic or professional area. S/he must have demonstrated considerable leadership and administrative ability, including fiscal management, and must have a solid record of institutional development, in either the private or public sector, and an ability to work with community leaders. 

The next president of UT Arlington must possess the ability to communicate the mission and needs of UT Arlington to faculty, students, alumni, and other constituencies.

CONTACT

Mirah Horowitz
Russell Reynolds Associates
1701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Suite 400
Washington, DC  20006-5805
Tel: +1-202-628-2150
Direct: +1-202-654-7857
Fax: +1-202-331-9348
mirah.horowitz@russellreynolds.com

Ilene Nagel
Russell Reynolds Associates
1250 Coast Village Road
Santa Barbara, CA  93108
Tel: +1-805-699-3060
Direct: +1-805-699-3050
Fax: +1-805-969-0147
Ilene.Nagel@russellreynolds.com

Steve Newton
Russell Reynolds Associates
600 Travis Street, Suite 2200
Houston, TX  77002-2910
Tel: +1-713-754-5995
Direct: +1-713-754-5976
Fax: +1-713-754-5997
Steve.Newton@russellreynolds.com

FAST FACTS

Boosting the Economy

In the last five years, TMAC (formerly the Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center) has helped Texas companies gain $1.3 million in sales, achieve $537 million in cost savings, and generate or retain almost 17,000 jobs. 

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Community Partners

Through the Center for Community Service Learning and other areas, UT Arlington students annually volunteer more than 400,000 hours in the community, benefiting a wide range of agencies and organizations.

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