On-the-job training
Internships build partnerships with industry and often lead to permanent jobs.


So many stories to tell

Duct tape bought me some time, but the bottom of my heavy-duty accordion folder finally gave way. Too many pages of story ideas about outstanding graduates. At least this issue of UTA Magazine lightened the load a bit.   (rest of the story)

Behind the music
Mechanical engineering alumnus Don Fearing ('77 BS) knew he wanted to work at Fort Worth's Bass Performance Hall before it was built.
  Man in the middle
Dodging large, fast-moving NFL players is all in a day's work for former UTA intramural referee Undrey Wash ('86 BBA).
  At your service
New center integrates active community service into academic courses.
  Savings bond
UTA researchers are helping develop an oil additive, TechroBOND, that may save money and lead to cleaner air.
  The life and legacy of Clay Gould
Popular baseball coach succumbs to cancer at age 29.
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