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Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Willbanks named Title IX coordinator

  Michelle Willbanks  

As part of UTA’s ongoing commitment to campus safety and to further strengthen its Community That Cares initiatives, UTA has hired a new, full-time Title IX coordinator, Michelle Willbanks.

Willbanks is a licensed attorney who demonstrates a lifelong commitment to preventing sexual violence and supporting those who experience it. Her background includes work on the local and national levels focusing on prevention education and programming to advocate for an end to gender violence. She is attuned to issues of diversity and inclusion and well-positioned to steer UTA’s Title IX compliance efforts, while remaining sensitive to all members of our campus community, especially during this time of legislative uncertainty. In this new role, Willbanks will work closely with several deputy Title IX coordinators across campus, along with UTA Police, Human Resources, and Student Affairs, to lead UTA’s efforts to continue to improve the campus climate; ensure we have effective resources in place for students, faculty, and staff who are affected by sexual harassment, discrimination, or violence; and implement policies and practices that are prompt, equitable, and in compliance with Title IX. She will report to Shelby Boseman, University attorney.

Information on how to contact Willbanks or about UTA’s Title IX program, policies, resources, education, and how to file a complaint can be found on UTA’s Title IX webpage.

Zipcar department accounts


Create a University department account to use Zipcar for business driving. Department accounts support multiple drivers and allow them to run office errands or attend conferences. Create a department account and learn more about UTA's Zipcar program.

MyMav unavailable Friday-Sunday

  MyMav update  

A new version of MyMav is the first of a series of upgrades for the portal is scheduled over the next year. As a result, MyMav will be unavailable during the transition to the new version Friday-Sunday, Oct. 6-8.

When MyMav is available Monday, Oct. 9, you will find the full main menu has moved to the right-hand side of the screen under the new navigator compass icon. Read more about the upgrade.

Archive, delete old emails for move to O365 Exchange Online

  email trash  

Prepare for the move of faculty and staff email to O365 Exchange Online in October by archiving and deleting unwanted or unneeded emails. The Office of Information Technology will migrate groups to minimize the impact to the University’s operations. See the schedule. Questions? Contact the Help Desk at or 817-272-2208. LEARN MORE.

Check your personal information on UT Share

  update your details  

Human Resources asks all UTA employees to log in to UT Share and verify their personal information. Items that may need updating include home address, phone number, W-4 information, ethnicity, and veteran status. See the job aids on the Business Affairs Training and Development website.

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