[UTA Magazine]



Land of opportunity

Nobody thought much about it when enrollment took a small dip in fall 1992. After all, UTA was still the fifth largest university in Texas with nearly 25,000 students.... Then seven consecutive years of declines followed.... In the mid-1990s, the University launched programs and initiatives aimed at reversing the slide. (rest of the story)

  In this issue
Sam's Click Cafe in the Central Library
The Central Library is a hush-hush place no more as students gather for coffee, conversation and camaraderie.
Professors Porter, Dash and Raudonis  
Professors Tom Porter, Rangadhar Dash and Barbara Raudonis have earned a combined 17 diplomas, including seven master's degrees and four doctorates.
roses growing on the west side of Pachl Annex  
Vicky Edwards wanted an affordable degree without driving 100 miles to take evening courses. Solution: UTA took its classes to her. Her story is one of many that illustrates the University's 28 percent enrollment growth since 1998.
architectural rendering of the new Chemistry and Physics Building  
Construction projects continue to change the face of campus.
Mac Callier  
Forward/center Mac Callier ends his career as UTA's all-time rebounding leader.
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