Donors feted at Cowboys Stadium

Hundreds of UT Arlington donors and special guests gathered at Cowboys Stadium in June to honor members of the 1895 Society and the Carlisle Society. The gala reception featured remarks by UT System Chancellor Francisco G. Cigarroa and tours of the Dallas Cowboys’ new Arlington home.

Dr. Maxwell Scarlett ('66) speaks with UT System Chancellor Francisco G. Cigarroa.

 The 1895 Society recognizes contributors who provide annual leadership support by giving $1,000 or more to any of UT Arlington’s colleges, schools or programs during the fiscal year. The Carlisle Society recognizes donors who have included the University in their wills, charitable trusts, gift annuities, life insurance and other deferred gift arrangements, as well as those who have created permanent endowments.

Arlington Mayor Robert Cluck, Steve Willey (‘73) and UT Arlington President James D. Spaniolo attended the event, which featured tours of the new stadium.

Left: Kerry Gonzalez ('92) and Raul Gonzalez ('85). Middle: Sen. Royce West ('74, '79) and Dr. Ignacio Nuñez ('75). Right: Jan Dombroski and Harry Dombroski ('79).

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