Friday night, April the 27th, we celebrated with some phenomenal awardees, representing the university quite well. The decisions were difficult, and the awards well-deserved. It was exciting to hear each person speak on where they expect themselves to be in ten years' time. Once again, I am reassured that this school turns out some of the most extraordinary people anywhere. Congratulations to Elida Sorto-Ramos for receiving a Frankie Hansell Trust scholarship, to Lauren Sorto-Ramos for being awarded both a Hansell Trust scholarship and the Mi
The Association provided another of its totally free outings. The ages ranged from Grandkids to Grandparents. The Artists at SiNaCa, many UTA Alumni, provided an outstanding opportunity for us to once again expand our horizons in creating (with help) some truly beautiful artwork. April 14 dawned chilly, which is perfect for hanging around a furnace made to melt glass. Fun was had by all. Keep in touch, and join us next year. We had a Blast!
You may have noticed that two Nobel Laureates were in attendance April 7th with our own Dr. Kaushik De for the new Planetarium show that was intiated in great part by folks here at UTA. Dr. Michael Barnett (Lawrence Berkeley National Labs) and Professor George Smoot (UC Berkeley) were here, joining Dr.