Undergraduate Advisors

College of Liberal Arts Advisor Listing

John Macejak

Department of Communication

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Email: commadvising@uta.edu

Phone #: 817-272-5760

Office: Fine Arts Building 125

Melinda Long

Department of Communication

Melinda Long Headshot

Email: commadvising@uta.edu

Phone #: 817-272-5760

Office: Fine Arts Building 126

Rachel Dix

Department of Communication

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Email: rachel.dix@uta.edu

Office: FAB 126

Jessica Rose

Department of Art & Art History

Kate Helmes

Department of Art & Art History

Kara Rybicki

Department of Art & Art History

Amber Owens

Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice

Barrie Hill

Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice

Mikila Salazar

Disability Studies (Minor)

Dr. Catherine Corder

Department of English

Catherine Corder

Email: ccorder@uta.edu

Office: 210 Carlisle Hall

Dr. Kaci O’Donnell

Department of English

Kaci O'Donnell

Email: kodonnell@uta.edu

Office: 209 Carlisle Hall

Nancy Gandre

Department of History

Dr. Alex Hunnicutt

Department of History

Medieval Studies (Minor)

Cindy Nguyen

Department of Linguistics

Thelma Cabrera

Department of Modern Languages

Carolyn Buckhout

Department of Music

Charles Hermes

Department of Philosophy

Kimberly Caraway

Department of Political Science

LaDorna McGee

Department of Sociology & Anthropology

Linette Tucker

Department of Theatre Arts

Trudi Beckman

Department of Women’s & Gender Studies

Christiana Ampadu

University College

Christiana Ampadu

Dr. Eric Bolsterli

Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs

CoLA - Dr. Eric Bolsterli

Bio: Dr. Bolsterli joined the History department as an adjunct in 1994, and became the History advisor in 1998, before moving to the Dean's Office in 2005. He graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1982 with a double major in History and Anthropology. After a short stint outside academia he earned his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Arkansas, finishing in 1998. His focus was on Modern U.S. diplomatic History, but he has since branched out to include Economic History as well. He has had a strong interest in student success, both in the classroom and in the University environment, evidenced by the Outstanding Adjunct Instructor Award, the Provost's Award for Excellence in Teaching and Outstanding Academic Advisor Award.

Phebe Erwin

Administrative Assistant I

Dean's Office

CoLA - Phebe Erwin

Bio: Phebe received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas Woman’s University in 1994. She received her Master of Arts degree from Dallas Baptist University in 2001. She has served in higher education administration for more than 30 years as an instructor, proctor, registrar and administrative assistant. Currently Phebe serves as Administrative Assistant to the College of Liberal Arts’ Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family. She is a soccer mom and proud “Memaw” to her four grandchildren. Phebe, along with her wonderful husband of more than 30 years, have partnered in raising three beautiful children.