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February Member Spotlight
This is the first installment of the Alumni Association Member spotlight, where we take a closer look at people that mean a great deal to UT Arlington.
March Member Spotlight
Take a closer look at the President of the African-American Alumni Chapter, Walter Price.
April Member Spotlight
This month the Association is excited to spotlight member Mike Kinney '81. Mike is currently involved in our Houston Alumni Chapter. Click for more!
May Member Spotlight
This month the Association is excited to spotlight member Bob Watson '03. Bob is the Immediate Past President for the Alumni Association's National Board of Directors. Click for more!
June Member Spotlight
This month the Association is excited to spotlight member Greg Gardner '91. Greg grew up around UT Arlington and is now a local business owner. Click for more!
July Member Spotlight
Click here to read about Patti Diou, executive director of the Levitt Pavilion in downtown Arlington!
Alumni Association Social Media
Connect with us online to stay even more up to date on the latest news from your Alumni Association and the University. What are you waiting for?
August Member Spotlight
When it comes to Maverick spirit, Life Members Dorothy and Michael Burton are a perfect match. Dorothy starts her first term on the Alumni Association National Board of Directors in September. Her husband, Michael, served on the Alumni Association National Board of Directors from 1998-2002 and was the president from 2002-2003. Click here for more!
Never Miss Another UT Arlington Alumni Discount
Your UT Arlington alumni membership entitles you to great discounts at restaurants, hotels, car rentals, entertainment and more. Click here to see how Larkey can help you stay organized.
Maverick Speaker Series Announced
The next slate of Maverick Speaker Series speakers has been announced! Click here to see why we are looking forward to the 2013-2014 line up!
Association Members 10% Bookstore Discount
Members of the Alumni Association receive a 10% discount at the UT Arlington Bookstore!
Sunrise Pep Rally Photo Gallery
Click here for photos from the Sunrise Pep Rally on Friday Aug. 30
Scholarship Dinner Photo Gallery
Click here for more photos from the scholarship dinner!
Oozeball 2013 Photo Gallery & Video
Check out photos and a video from this year's event!
Gala Video
Click here to catch a glimpse of this year's Gala event!
New MAX Bus Service Celebrates Sucessful First Month
Arlington’s new MAX bus service is averaging about 250 riders per day in its first month, which the region’s top transportation official says is an amazing number for a new route in a city with virtually no tradition of public transportation.

Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2013/09/15/5165180/reaction-to-arlington-bus-service.html#storylink=cpy

Deep in the Heart of Arlington
University and city leaders shared a vision of transforming downtown into a dining and entertainment destination. The result: a revitalized corridor featuring restaurants, performance venues, nightlife, and a rising cool factor. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/utamagazine/2013/04/deep-in-the-heart-of-arlington/#sthash.xWcEP7S1.dpuf
University and city leaders shared a vision of transforming downtown into a dining and entertainment destination. The result: a revitalized corridor featuring restaurants, performance venues, nightlife, and a rising cool factor. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/utamagazine/2013/04/deep-in-the-heart-of-arlington/#sthash.xWcEP7S1.dpuf
University and city leaders shared a vision of transforming downtown into a dining and entertainment destination. The result: a revitalized corridor featuring restaurants, performance venues, nightlife, and a rising cool factor. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/utamagazine/2013/04/deep-in-the-heart-of-arlington/#sthash.xWcEP7S1.dpufUniversity and city leaders shared a vision of transforming downtown into a dining and entertainment destination. The result: a revitalized corridor featuring restaurants, performance venues, nightlife, and a rising cool factor.

University and city leaders shared a vision of transforming downtown into a dining and entertainment destination. The result: a revitalized corridor featuring restaurants, performance venues, nightlife, and a rising cool factor.
Alumni Career Switch
Four alumni describe how UT Arlington prepared them to succeed in professions vastly different from their original ones.
Your first job is rarely your last. In fact, many Americans change occupations a half-dozen times. Four alumni describe how UT Arlington prepared them to succeed in professions vastly different from their original ones. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/utamagazine/2013/04/career-switch/#sthash.QdVkU5bg.dpuf
Your first job is rarely your last. In fact, many Americans change occupations a half-dozen times. Four alumni describe how UT Arlington prepared them to succeed in professions vastly different from their original ones. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/utamagazine/2013/04/career-switch/#sthash.QdVkU5bg.dpuf
Your first job is rarely your last. In fact, many Americans change occupations a half-dozen times. Four alumni describe how UT Arlington prepared them to succeed in professions vastly different from their original ones. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/utamagazine/2013/04/career-switch/#sthash.QdVkU5bg.dpuf
Your first job is rarely your last. In fact, many Americans change occupations a half-dozen times. Four alumni describe how UT Arlington prepared them to succeed in professions vastly different from their original ones. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/utamagazine/2013/04/career-switch/#sthash.QdVkU5bg.dpuf
Your first job is rarely your last. In fact, many Americans change occupations a half-dozen times. Four alumni describe how UT Arlington prepared them to succeed in professions vastly different from their original ones. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/utamagazine/2013/04/career-switch/#sthash.QdVkU5bg.dpuf
Your first job is rarely your last. In fact, many Americans change occupations a half-dozen times. Four alumni describe how UT Arlington prepared them to succeed in professions vastly different from their original ones. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/utamagazine/2013/04/career-switch/#sthash.QdVkU5bg.dpuf
Your first job is rarely your last. In fact, many Americans change occupations a half-dozen times. Four alumni describe how UT Arlington prepared them to succeed in professions vastly different from their original ones. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/utamagazine/2013/04/career-switch/#sthash.QdVkU5bg

Time Frames- The Roundhouse
The Roundhouse is perhaps the most unique building on The University of Texas at Arlington campus. When it was completed as an annex to Science Hall in October 1928, UT Arlington was North Texas Agricultural College, a part of the Texas A&M System. 
Time Frames - Southland Conference and UT Arlington
When Arlington College became Carlisle Military College, the school’s enrollment grew rapidly, and James M. Carlisle and his staff felt the need to expand campus activities to encourage student and community involvement.
UT Arlington Research Institute Developing Robots to Assist Vets
UT Arlington's Research Institute is developing robots to assist wounded veterans with accomplishing daily tasks.
UT Arlington Wins Federal Funding to Help Veterans Become Nurses
Federal officials who aim to help veterans translate their military service into nursing careers have awarded a grant of almost $300,000 to College of Nursing to increase enrollment and graduation rates for veterans.
$5.5 Million Upgrade Planned for UT Arlington Softball & Baseball Complexes
UT Arlington softball and baseball players will have clubhouses, training facilities and press boxes worthy of a world-class, collegiate program by January 2015 as a result of a $5.5 million softball/baseball complex expansion and renovation plan.
AAC: Volleyball Celebrates Alumni Day
UT Arlington Volleyball recognized its alumni Saturday, with 29 former student-athletes and 61 families in attendance at College Park Center.
U.S. News Ranks UT Arlington Fifth Most Diverse National University
The University of Texas at Arlington is one of the most ethnically diverse campuses in the United States, according to rankings of national universities by U.S. News & World Report.
Growth of UT Arlington
More than 33,300 students call UT Arlington their academic home this fall, enrollment that demonstrates a period of sustained growth for the University.
November Member Spotlight
This month the Association is excited to spotlight members Scott Cross '98 and Jennifer Cross '99. Together, they hold close ties to the UT Arlington community through their Joint Life Membership in the Association and their dedication to the UT Arlington Mavericks Athletics Program.
A New View for Researchers
Scientists from UTA and MIT have successfully demonstrated a new method for observing reactions on a "lab-on-a-chip" devices.
Architecture Alliance Noted

A UT Arlington architecture professor helped found TEX-FAB, a nonprofit to connect professionals and academics interested in digital technology.


Student Organizations Get in the Spirit of Giving
Student organizations joined together to collect donations of toys, blankets and canned food
Deck the Mall Provides Shelter from Cold Weather
Click here for video footage of UT Arlington's exciting holiday kick-off event, Deck the Mall!
Early Admissions Initiative Launched
The Star-Telegram praised UT Arlington for its 'Bound for Success' early admissions initiative aimed at increasing the number of students who ultimately earn a college degree.
Mavs End Fantastic First Season in the Sun Belt
UT Arlington volleyball ended the 2013 campaign with a 19-15 overall record, while earning a 10-8 mark in Sun Belt Conference play.
Member Spotlight: Cheryl Mitchell
Alumna and Arlington native Cheryl Mitchell ’07 radiates Maverick spirit as one of UT Arlington’s own lecturers and collections specialists. Although ultimately successful, her path surely was not traditional. Click to read more about her and the African Art exhibit she manages on campus!
Historic Day Remembered
CBS 11 reported live from the UT Arlington Central Library on a free exhibit available to alumni and students that features photos from President Kennedy's visit to Fort Worth hours before his assassination.
Theatre Arlington Offers Holiday Entertainment
Settled in downtown Arlington, the award-winning theatre seeks to get residents to enjoy local entertainment. With the approach of the holiday season, Theatre Arlington has prepared a hilarious show and encourages Alumni to attend.

Philanthropy Recognized
Alumna Shirlee Gandy and her husband, Taylor, are honored for their efforts that funded the Kennedy Tribute in downtown Fort Worth, media reported.
Q & A with 'Breaking Bad' and UT Arlington's Own Skinny Pete
Learn more about UT Arlington Alumnus Skinny Pete from AMC's hit television series, Breaking Bad
2014 Masters Golf Tournament Raffle Drawing
Click here to see the winner announced live from Homecoming!
Professor's Art Lauded
The Dallas Morning News calls UTA assistant professor Sedrick Huckaby one of North Texas' most original artists in a review of his new exhibit.
Measuring the Earth
In research noted by the New Scientist and others, a UTA Arlington assistant professor of engineering suggests the Earth is heavier than thought, perhaps due to an invisible belt of dark matter.
Farm Plowing Ahead
A new community farm designed by UT Arlington architecture students would provide healthy food, jobs and education in Dallas, according to The Dallas Morning News.
Purchase Your Blaze Driver Cover
Click here to purchase Blaze driver covers for your golf clubs! This is a great gift idea for the sports fan on your list!
Alumnus Wins Golf Tournament
Zack Fischer has won what some have called the toughest golf tournament to win outside of the major championships.

Read more here: http://sportsblogs.star-telegram.com/golf/2013/12/uta-product-zack-fischer-wins-webcom-tour-q-school.html#storylink=cpy

Street Artist
Alumnus Carlos Donjuan (’05 BFA, Art) was selected to paint Dallas city-funded murals to brighten retaining walls beneath the Jefferson Boulevard bridge’s Zang and Marsalis entry/exit ways in Oak Cliff. He is a lecturer in art and art history at UT Arlington.
Carlos Donjuan (’05 BFA, Art) was selected to paint Dallas city-funded murals to brighten retaining walls beneath the Jefferson Boulevard bridge’s Zang and Marsalis entry/exit ways in Oak Cliff. He is a lecturer in art and art history at UT Arlington. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/utamagazine/#sthash.K4dIwk2o.dpuf
Carlos Donjuan (’05 BFA, Art) was selected to paint Dallas city-funded murals to brighten retaining walls beneath the Jefferson Boulevard bridge’s Zang and Marsalis entry/exit ways in Oak Cliff. He is a lecturer in art and art history at UT Arlington. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/utamagazine/#sthash.K4dIwk2o.dpuf

Remembering Ray Price
One of UT Arlington's most famous alumni, Ray Price, recently passed away at the age of 87. Price was a UT Arlington Distinguished Alumni in 1972.
A Moving Graduation
UT Arlington's College of Education and Health Professions conferred a posthumous degree last weekend for a woman who struggled with blood cancer as she worked toward her degree.
Degrees of Success
Click here for a video recap of the fall 2013 commencement ceremony!
Inventors Honored
The National Academy of Inventors has recognized four innovators at UT Arlington as academy fellows, including President Vistasp M. Karbhari, the website Bio-News Texas reported.
Engineering Undergraduates Take First Place, $10,000 Prize for App that Deters Texting while Driving
A team of UT Arlington undergraduate engineering students has taken first place and a $10,000 prize in the second annual AT&T Coding Contest for developing a cell phone app that discourages motorists from reading text messages when driving faster than 15 mph.
A Message From the President
President Karbhari discusses UT Arlington's success as it continues to distinguish itself as a leader in higher education.
African Art Exhibit at UT Arlington
Click here for a glimpse at what UT Arlington's African Art Exhibit housed in the VRC (Fine Arts Building) has to offer.
"One to Watch"
FMV Magazine, an online site for film, music and video game reviews, features assistant film professor Ya'Ke Smith as "One to Watch."
The Power of Tiny Windmills
UT Arlington is receiving national media coverage for the development of tiny windmills with the ability to recharge batteries.

Film Mastermind
Bart Weiss, associate professor of film/video, is one of six winners of the Dallas Observer 2014 Mastermind awards. Weiss is the man behind the Dallas Videofest, an independent film director, producer and editor.
Interaction Will Be Part of Research Process
New Research and Learning Center brings UT Arlington research to masses.
MBB: Defense is key as Mavs top Texas State

Formula SAE Team Ranked Fifth in the World
The success of UT Arlington's Formula SAE race car program across three decades earned the program a top-five ranking in the world in the latest Formula Student Combustion World Rankings, compiled by Formula Student Germany e.V.
UT Arlington Baseball Season Tickets on Sale
Season tickets for UT Arlington baseball are now on sale at UTATickets.com or by calling 817-272-9595.
Time Frames - Minnie Pearl Visits NTAC
Remember when comedienne Minnie Pearl performed for a boisterous crowd of students packed into the gym for the “Ranch Week” Dance?
Metro ArlingtonXpress Updates
Click here for an update on the services offered by the Metro AlringtonXpress!
Test Your UT Arlington Knowledge
Think you know it all? Take this quiz to see how much you really know about UT Arlington!
Alumni: Musical Roots
Every time Danny Mekonnen picks up his saxophone, he’s connecting with his Ethiopian heritage. The music he creates is vibrant, blazing, and fun. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/unbranded/alumni/index.php#sthash.rzxgWVjF.dpuf
Every time Danny Mekonnen picks up his saxophone, he’s connecting with his Ethiopian heritage. The music he creates is vibrant, blazing, and fun. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/unbranded/alumni/index.php#sthash.rzxgWVjF.dpuf
Every time Danny Mekonnen picks up his saxophone, he's connecting with his Ethiopian heritage. The music he creates is vibrant, blazing and fun.
Every time Danny Mekonnen picks up his saxophone, he’s connecting with his Ethiopian heritage. The music he creates is vibrant, blazing, and fun. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/unbranded/alumni/index.php#sthash.rzxgWVjF.dpuf

Every time Danny Mekonnen picks up his saxophone, he’s connecting with his Ethiopian heritage. The music he creates is vibrant, blazing, and fun. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/unbranded/alumni/index.php#sthash.rzxgWVjF.dpuf
Every time Danny Mekonnen picks up his saxophone, he’s connecting with his Ethiopian heritage. The music he creates is vibrant, blazing, and fun. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/unbranded/alumni/index.php#sthash.rzxgWVjF.dpuf
Every time Danny Mekonnen picks up his saxophone, he’s connecting with his Ethiopian heritage. The music he creates is vibrant, blazing, and fun. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/unbranded/alumni/index.php#sthash.rzxgWVjF.dpu
Every time Danny Mekonnen picks up his saxophone, he’s connecting with his Ethiopian heritage. The music he creates is vibrant, blazing, and fun. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/unbranded/alumni/index.php#

UT Arlington Ranked Seventh Fastest Growing Public Research University
UT Arlington's student population soars, reaching nearly 38,000 total enrollment.
Three Mavs take titles at Varsity Apartments Invitational track meet
A trio of Mavericks picked up individual wins to highlight UT Arlington's performance at the Varsity Apartments Invitational on Saturday in Wichita, Kan.
Maverick Speaker Anderson Cooper
While discussing his career in journalism as part of the Maverick Speaker Series, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper captivated the College Park Center audience with his humility, humor and sincerity.
Discovering the Wealth of Our Shared Experiences
Explore the building blocks of UT Arlington. They’re part of our DNA, empowering us to create a healthier, happier, and more advanced society.
The Eureka Engineers
Decades devoted to creating life-altering advancements in health care, transportation, and other critical fields have earned four professors induction into the National Academy of Inventors.
UT Arlington Mentioned in Wall Street Journal
WSJ reports that, as part of a $1 million investment nationwide, Chase will provide a $122,000 grant to The University of Texas at Arlington to fund educational opportunities for military veterans.
Track & Field: Men's Track Smashes Way to Sun Belt Crown
The UT Arlington men's indoor track and field team picked up its first league team title since 2000 by taking the crown at the Sun Belt Conference Championships in record-setting fashion.
Alumnus Brings Power to the People
A recent computer science and engineering Ph.D. graduate is developing a sensor and monitoring system to put consumers in charge of their energy, gas and water use.
Worldwide Partners
Agreements with four Jordanian institutions will further UT Arlington’s global mission of expanding access and excellence for education and research.
Initiative Lauded
Efforts by master’s level social work and nursing students to create a holistic approach to health care gains national attention.
  
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