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Alumni Newsletter |  Institutional Advancement at The University of Texas at Arlington


Top Legal Counsel
Top Legal Counsel

University Attorney Shelby Boseman has been named a finalist for the 2018 Corporate Counsel Awards by D CEO magazine. Boseman is one of four recognized in the Outstanding General Counsel - Small Legal Department category. All 34 finalists from each category will be featured in D CEO’s October issue and recognized at an exclusive awards event in September where the winners in each category will be revealed. READ MORE

Aiding in successful re-entry
Aiding in Successful Re-Entry

Anne Nordberg (left), assistant professor in the School of Social Work, is leading a multidisciplinary team to develop better access to transportation for former criminal offenders as part of a National Institute for Transportation and Communities grant project. Steve Mattingly, associate professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, and Jaya Davis, associate professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, are co-principal investigators on the NITC grant. READ MORE

Mavericks Unite!
Alumni Events

Across the country, Maverick alumni are coming together for networking events and to learn how to become an advocate for their alma mater. On July 24, local alumni gathered at Urban Alchemy to build UTA spirit, while in Washington, D.C., alumni met for the first ever alumni chapter meeting in the region. For more information about how you can start or get involved in a local chapter, contact Alumni Relations at alumni@uta.edu.

National Award
National Award

Led by Meghna Tare, executive director of sustainability, UTA has won a prestigious Excellence in Sustainability Award from the National Association of College and University Business Officers. The University was one of three universities earning the award this year. READ MORE

Find your passion
Find your Passion

Student organizations are gearing up for the fall semester, and part of that preparation is to secure funding for important new projects. From the Rover Team to nursing pins, there is something for everyone to get involved. Check out the list of available projects and help start a new semester for deserving UTA students. READ MORE

Talks with Teik
Talks with Teik

Ever wonder what's really going on at UTA? Join us on Facebook Live as Provost Teik C. Lim chats with current faculty, staff, and students each month during Talks with Teik. WATCH THE LATEST

UTA Magazine
Mark Your Calendar

August 7 | Tuesday

Fort Worth Alumni Chapter | Brian Coltharp ('92), President and CEO of Freese and Nichols, will speak at the UTA Fort Worth Chapter during its noon meeting at Joe T. Garcia’s. If you haven’t made it to a chapter meeting yet, please join us for lunch and networking opportunities. REGISTER

September 18 | Tuesday

UTA Night at the Rangers | The ever-popular UTA Night at the Rangers is back when the Texas Rangers take on the Tampa Bay Rays at Globe Life Park. Save the date and check back with us for details about the time and location of the pre-game picnic hosted by Alumni Relations.

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Institutional Advancement at UTA is here to build traditions and create communities among the hundreds of thousands of current students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of UTA. As part of our dedicated mission, we are here to support your opportunity to be a part of the University family. We want to hear your stories and success as well as create a pathway for you to stay engaged. Email us at alumni@uta.edu and use this newsletter to stay in the mix with those you care about at The University of Texas at Arlington.


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