As founder of Tempest Tours, a storm-chasing business based in Arlington, alumnus Martin Lisius guides people on tornado safaris. His company has been featured in numerous national media outlets.
Every time Danny Mekonnen picks up his saxophone, he’s connecting with his Ethiopian heritage. The music he creates is vibrant, blazing, and fun.
There were those who questioned whether New Orleans would ever recover from the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina. Alumnus Robert Lynch wasn’t one of them.
Nursing graduate Kaci Hickox works alongside some of the nation’s top epidemiologists in her two-year postgraduate fellowship with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Las Vegas.
Alumnus Jason Croft began his film career with a strong interest in being a photography director.
Alumna Nada Shabout has embarked on a mission to collect information on works of art lost in Iraq.
On a good day, she might help save a life. On a bad day, she at least improves the quality of life of people in need.
A 1989 graduate and filmmaker, Daniel Millican shot his latest production, Rising Stars, on campus.
Every success story has to begin somewhere. For Brittney Joseph, it began with the people she met at UT Arlington and three little letters: F - I - G.