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Communicating, collaborating, listening, learning--these qualities have served James D. Spaniolo well during his short time as UTA's seventh president
Sally Spaniolo plans to immerse herself in all things UTA
J.W. Dunlop Collection believed to be largest anthology of Arlington photographs
One image at a time, J.W. Dunlop amassed what is believed to be the largest collection of Arlington photographs. Last year, he donated them to UTA
UTA's first African American graduate was in the right place at the right time
Maxwell Scarlett is proud--but not wowed--by his designation as UTA's first African American graduate. He says it could easily have been someone else.
It's not money but love of football that transforms alumnae Aurelia Green and Debbie Wells into hard-hitting gridiron warriors.
Are those women in helmets and shoulder pads? Yep. Aurelia Green and Debbie Wells knock heads for the Dallas Diamonds of the Women's Professional Football League.



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Mars rover software designer credits UTA’s real-world focus

Investiture ceremony formally installs 7th president

SUPA class helps alumnus with plans to revitalize Dallas neighborhood

Housing, research and teaching facilities among latest construction projects

Technology incubator director doubles as a top-ranked senior tennis player

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