(MEd) is principal at Clay Academy in Dallas.
(MA, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) is a senior lecturer in the Center for International Education at Salisbury University in Salisbury, Md.
(BA, Broadcast Communication) is weekend technical director for Univision.
Matthew G. Fisher
(MA, Speech Communication) is communications manager of multimedia for the American Heart Association national office in Dallas.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Rouse High School in Leander.
(MEngr, Mechanical Engineering) is a design engineer at Unique Industrial Product Co. in Houston.
(BA, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages; BS, Biology/Linguistics) made a poster presentation on “Bind accessibility and online anaphora processing” at the CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing in April.
(BA, Broadcast Communication) is a helicopter camera operator/videographer for SKY Helicopters in Garland. He provides aerials for KDFW-TV and KTVT-TV.
(BA, Public Relations and Communication Studies) has accepted a position in the Public Affairs Office of the Department of Veterans Affairs North Texas Health Care System. During her final semester, she served as an intern in state Sen. Wendy Davis’ office.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Navarro Elementary School in Corsicana.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at West Junior High School in Richardson.
(BA, Art) was accepted into the Maryland Institute College of Art’s M.F.A. program.
(BM) was accepted into Carnegie Mellon University as a graduate student in the Master of Music Performance program. He received a two-year fellowship that begins this fall.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Adams Middle School in Brentwood, Calif.
Laura “Beth” Henary Watson
(MPA, Public and Urban Administration) received her Institute for Organization Management certification in nonprofit and association leadership from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. She is executive director of the Mineral Wells Area Chamber of Commerce and began her second term on the Texas Association of Business board of directors.
(BFA, Art) had his work featured in a New York Times article about a notorious mob hangout in East Harlem.
(MS, Biomedical Engineering) is a research associate at Becton, Dickinson and Co., a medical technology company in Boston.
(MEd, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) is an assistant principal at Hill Elementary School in Arlington.
(BSN) was honored as one of the Dallas/Fort Worth Great 100 Nurses for 2012. She works at Baylor All Saints Medical Center in Fort Worth.
(BA, Broadcast Communication) is a reporter for the East Texas news team at KTRE-TV in Lufkin.
(BSN) was honored as one of the Dallas/Fort Worth Great 100 Nurses for 2012. She works at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford.
(BSN) was honored as one of the Dallas/Fort Worth Great 100 Nurses for 2012. She works at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth.
(MEd, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) is an assistant principal at Key Elementary School in Arlington.
(BA, Broadcast Communication/Advertising) is a broadcast technician for Norwegian Cruise Lines. Her duties include taking videos of cruises, editing the footage, and producing it into commercials and DVDs for purchase on the cruise ships.
Jesus J. Martinez
(BM) was honored by the state of Texas with a resolution commending his composition “Threnody for 9/11.” He conducted the premiere of the work on the 10th anniversary of the terror attacks.
(BA, Broadcast Communication) received a Lone Star Emmy Award as a producer of DQ Big Game of the Week: The High School Spotlight for Fox Sports Southwest.
(BA, Public Relations) works for TracyLocke, a creative ad agency in Dallas.
(BSN) is director of nurses at Baraton Healthcare in Houston.
(MSN) was honored as one of the Dallas/Fort Worth Great 100 Nurses for 2012. She works at the Texas Health Center for Diagnostics and Surgery in Plano.
(BA, Criminal Justice and Criminology) is an Army second lieutenant stationed in Germany. He was commissioned to active duty through the UT Arlington Army ROTC program.
John Parker Scheideman
(MS, Accounting) is a tax associate at KPMG in Fort Worth.
(MSN, Nursing Practitioner) is a neonatal nurse practitioner at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas and a clinical nursing instructor at UT Arlington. She also is a peer reviewer for the Southern Medical Journal.
(MFA, Art) is glass studio technician in the UT Arlington Department of Art and Art History. He was selected as a finalist for the Saxe Award, given by the Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle to the outstanding teaching assistant for summer 2012.
(BA, Art and Art History, Public Relations) is event rental coordinator at McNay Art Museum in San Antonio.
(MEd, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) and Chadd Johnson (MEd, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) are assistant principals at the Young Men’s Leadership Academy in Grand Prairie.
(MEd, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) is an assistant principal at Hoover Elementary School in Tulsa, Okla.
Adrienne LaShawn Paul
(BSN) is assistant director of nurses at Priceless Care Home Health in Dallas.
(MEd, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) is an assistant principal at Lincoln Middle School in Rio Rancho, N.M.
(PhD, Materials Science and Engineering) is an engineer in Bangkok.
(MS, Taxation) is a taxation associate at KPMG LLP, an audit, tax, and advisory firm in Fort Worth.
(MEd, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) is an assistant principal at Spring Oaks Middle School in Houston.
(MEd, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) is principal at Palmer Elementary School in Palmer, Texas.
(BA, Public Relations) is an account assistant at Jasculca Terman and Associates, a public relations firm in Chicago.
(BA, Spanish/English) is pursuing a Master of Public Affairs degree with a focus on social policy at UT Austin’s LBJ School of Public Affairs.
(MA, Economics) is a reporter for The Texas Tribune, an online news service.
(MA, Criminal Justice and Criminology) is assistant special agent in charge of the Dallas field office, south central region, with the Education Department, Office of Inspector General. A special agent with the ED/OIG since 2000, he oversees 10 special agents who independently conduct investigations to detect fraud, waste, and abuse in programs and operations administered or financed by the Education Department.
(BS, Mathematics/Management) has opened an eatery called Momos & More south of UT Arlington. The signature dish of Nepal, momos are steamed dumplings filled with meat or vegetables.
(MFA, Art) was accepted into the 2013 New Glass Review, an international publication by the Corning Museum of Glass. More than 3,000 works from 48 countries were submitted, with only the top 100 entries selected. He is an adjunct professor in the Department of Art and Art History at UT Arlington.
(BA, Broadcast Communication) is morning news editor and assistant traffic and weather anchor at Univision Dallas.
(BA, Public Relations) is a senior social media strategist with J.C. Penney.
(BA, Broadcast Communication) is a weekend disc jockey for 95.9 FM The Ranch in Fort Worth.
(BA, Public Relations, Art and Art History) is an event rental coordinator at McNay Art Museum in San Antonio.
(BS, Biology) finished second in the men’s division of Fort Worth’s Cowtown Marathon in February. He is a medical student at the University of North Texas Health Science Center. He ran track and cross country at UT Arlington.
(MSN, Nursing Practitioner) is a nurse practitioner at Children’s Medical Center of Dallas.
(BFA, Art) was named to the 2012 ADC Young Guns by the Art Directors Club of New York for his portfolio of work.
(BSN) is a registered nurse at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Sunset High School in Dallas.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Stripling Middle School in Fort Worth.
(BBA, Marketing) is a sustaining engineer lab manager in the avionic systems division at NASA. She also is a member of the Rockets Power Dancers, who perform at Houston Rockets basketball games.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Diamond Hill Elementary School in Fort Worth.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Morningside Elementary School in Fort Worth.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Handley Middle School in Fort Worth.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Stripling Middle School in Fort Worth.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Daggett Elementary School in Fort Worth.
(MEd) is dean of instruction at the Young Women’s Leadership Academy, a middle school in Fort Worth.
(BBA, Management) is a purchasing manager at Site Planning Site Development, a specialty landscape construction firm in Arlington.
(MS, Biomedical Engineering) is a research assistant in radiation oncology with the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Wallace Elementary School in Richardson.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Richardson North Junior High School in Richardson.
(PhD, Public and Urban Administration) is principal at Coble Middle School in Mansfield.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Austin Middle School in Irving.
(MS, Exercise Physiology) is exercise science academic adviser in the Department of Kinesiology at UT Arlington.
(BA, Public Relations) is community director for the Fort Worth March of Dimes. Her duties include community relations, fundraising, and event planning.
(BA, Mathematics) teaches math at Joshua High School.
(BA, Broadcast Communication) is a news reporter for KTVO-TV in Kirksville, Mo.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Leonard Middle School in Fort Worth.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Pearce High School in Richardson.
(BA, English) served as an intern for Fort Worth, Texas magazine and has had several articles published.
(BFA, Art) co-directed the short film 8, which was screened at the South by Southwest festival in Austin in March. The film’s name comes from the jersey number of her late husband, Clay Gould, who played and coached baseball at UT Arlington.
Bradley D. Anderson
(BS, Economics) is a material requirements planning controller with Lockheed Martin.
(BSN) is a registered nurse for Texas Health Resources at Harris Methodist Southwest in Fort Worth.
(PhD, Public Administration and Policy) is superintendent for the Mount Pleasant Independent School District. Previously, he was superintendent at Maypearl.
(MCIRP, City and Regional Planning) is gas well manager for the city of Denton. He previously was gas well coordinator for the city of Arlington.
(BA, Broadcast Communication) is a news reporter at KTVO-TV in Kirksville, Mo.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Rayburn Elementary School in Grand Prairie.
(BA, Public Relations) works at Open Channels Group, LLC, one of the largest minority-owned public relations firms in Texas. She conducts surveys for the Fort Worth Transportation Authority as part of a public affairs campaign for a southeast Fort Worth passenger rail feasibility study.
(MFA, Visual Communication) is lead graphic designer at Direct Capital Corp., a business loan consulting firm in Portsmouth, N.H.
(BA, Communication Technology) is a database programmer focusing on data mining for Ulterra Drilling Technologies, based in Fort Worth.
(Education Certificate) is dean of instruction for Adams Middle School in Grand Prairie.
(MS, Materials Science and Engineering) is doing research on photocatalysis at Nanjing Beilida Industry Co., which specializes in decorative gardening products and artistic sculpture, in Nanjing, China.
(BA, Broadcast Communication) is a producer and editor at KXII-TV in Sherman.
(MEngr, Materials Science and Engineering) is a senior chemical engineer with Foamex Innovations (FXI), a developer in foam technology in Seattle.
(BA, Broadcast Communication) covered the Dallas Mavericks for Radio Cadena Nacional, Colombia’s national radio and television station.
(BA, Broadcast Communication) is a reporter at WOAY-TV in Beckley, W.Va.
(PhD, Materials Science and Engineering) is a senior research scientist for Matheson Tri Gas, a supplier of gases and gas handling equipment based in Longmont, Colo.
(MS, Materials Science and Engineering) is a product engineer/tribologist for NanoMech, which designs materials at nano scale and is based in Springdale, Ark.
(MEd) is an assistant principal at Trimble Technical High School in Fort Worth.
(BFA, Art) was one of several artists featured in Cutting Edge, a glass art exhibit in Oklahoma City last fall.
(BA, Anthropology) helped excavate an Etruscan ceramic vessel depicting a woman giving birth as part of the Mugello Valley Archaeological Project, which oversees the Poggio Colla excavation site near Florence, Italy. Nutt, who is legally blind, is a graduate student at UT Arlington.
David Baron Sims
(BBA, Management) is a nursing home administrator for Mesa Springs Retirement Center in Abilene, Texas. He was a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity at UT Arlington.