College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs
601 W. Nedderman Drive
Arlington, TX 76019-0108
Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Affairs
Associate Professor of Practice in Interior Design
Info: Rebecca Boles joined the UT Arlington Interior Design Program in 1998, having previously taught at Texas Christian University, Carnegie Mellon University and New Jersey Institute of Technology. Classes she has taught within the Interior Design Program include Interior Design Studio, Interior Detailing, Furniture Design & Construction, and Interior Materials. She has also taught both undergraduate and graduate architecture classes and she was an instructor for SEED, a summer art and architecture collaborative program for high school students at UT Arlington. A registered Architect and Interior Designer, she cumulatively completed 14 years of architectural experience with Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Kohn Pedersen Fox Interiors, Cossuta and Associates, and Morrison Seifert. She has been a member of American Institute of Architects since 1999 and a past officer and executive board member of AIA Fort Worth. She has maintained an architectural practice as a sole practitioner since 1998 and received an American Institute of Architects Fort Worth Chapter Merit Award for her work as an Interior Architect in 2003. She also is a frequent contributor to Texas Architect magazine.
Asst. Director for Academic & Student Affairs
Asst. Adjunct Professor, Environmental and Sustainable Studies Minor Contact
Director of Academic Resource Planning
Associate Dean for Faculty and Student Affairs
Director, Institute of Urban Studies
Info: Alan Klein, MCRP, MBA, Director, Institute of Urban Studies, UT Arlington brings a diverse background and broad perspective to community revitalization, neighborhood planning, real estate analysis, and economic development. With a MBA in Finance from UT Austin and a MCRP from UT Arlington, Alan combines long experience in the thrift and banking industries with his background in developing community organizations. Alan’s concentration is on building partnerships to promote community and economic development and revitalization, with focused experience in analyzing and assisting rural and lower income communities. In his tenure with the Institute, Alan has led in the development of over 50 community planning efforts, ranging from economic feasibility studies to comprehensive plans.
Senior IT Analyst
Administrative Assistant II
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Materials Workshop Manager
Executive Assistant to the Dean, Caroline Stultz
Business Operations Manager
Info: Theresa Ross was awarded a 2017 Outstanding Maverick Award by the University of Texas at Arlington. The award recognizes outstanding work with regard to diversity, community outreach, sustainability, service excellence and teamwork.
Digital Fabrication Specialist
Administrative Assistant II
Academic Advisor II
Coordinator of Special Programs (IUS)
Info: Mitch Stepanovich joined the UT Arlington Library in 1986, having previously worked for Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon, and the Hammond Public Library, Hammond, Indiana. He has also taught formal courses in Information Research Methods, Thesis Research Methods, and Honors Colloquium for the Honors Program. He has been a member of the American Library Association since 1986 and served as various officers, and chair and member of numerous committees. Major awards include the ACRL Special Presidential Recognition Award, Founding Member of the Institute for Information Literacy Steering Committee, 2009; and the Hall of Honor Award, Advisor, Phi Theta Kappa, 1985.
Executive Assistant to the Dean