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Mavericks will have a critical advantage over their job-seeking competition as the University's new Career Development Center begins serving their needs in a revolutionary way.
Champions Doug Russell '70, who won two gold medals in 1968, and Lanny Bassham '69, a winner in 1976, now coach others.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price ’72, Grand Prairie Mayor Ron Jensen ’73, and Frisco Mayor Maher Maso ’08 hold their city hall’s highest office.
Kate Schickedanz Leino ‘14 lost her husband, Tim, at a young age, and now donates to the College of Nursing and Health Innovation’s Dream Makers scholarship fund in his honor “because giving feels better than just being sad.”
Ali Alrubaiee is an Iraqi native who became a trusted interpreter for the U.S. Military. Now an American citizen, he recently graduated from UTA's College of Nursing and Health Innovation. Soldiers who served with him came to celebrate and thank him for saving their lives.
Fort Worth entrepreneur Larry Kemp, a 1980 graduate who is chief executive officer of Kemp & Sons General Services, credits his UTA education for giving him the foundation for success. “It told me I can compete with the best of them.”
The University honored five exemplary alumni and one outstanding honorary alumnus at the 50th annual Distinguished Alumni Awards held Thursday, Nov. 12.
As executive director of RISE Adaptive Sports, Chris Goad ’93 offers physically challenged athletes the equipment they need to sail, swim, ski, kayak, and play rugby and soccer.
Award-winning architect and alumnus Norman Ward is inspired by seasonal changes and how sunlight moves through a space. He, in turn, inspires future generations to earn college degrees.
The National Hispaña Leadership Institute named Laura Quintero ’12 one of two recipients of its Rising Star Award for encouraging young Latinos and Latinas to pursue a college degree.