Casting for The College Tour ends Friday, June 9
The University is seeking fun and engaging students to be featured on an upcoming UTA-focused episode of The College Tour, an award-winning TV series streaming globally on Amazon Prime.
Students who want to participate in the filming of UTA's episode should upload a two-minute video explaining why they would be perfect to help tell the University's story. The deadline to submit is Friday, June 9.
Deen appears on CBS Texas
Rebecca Deen, associate professor of political science, spoke to CBS News Texas about the expanding GOP presidential field.
Kay-Yut Chen, professor of information systems and operations management, spoke to KERA News about the options that businesses and government entities have when faced with ransomware attacks.
Ming-Han Li will serve as the next dean of the College of Architecture, Planning, and Public Affairs. His research experience, teaching, and background cover stormwater management, low-impact development, watershed planning and management, green infrastructure, roadside vegetation management, and landscape architecture construction.
For more than 15 years, Micki Washburn, assistant professor in the School of Social Work, has been on the front lines helping clients and training the next generation of therapists specializing in substance abuse treatment. In this interview, she looks ahead to the future of this life-saving field.
The Fairway to Success program awarded future Mavericks scholarships ranging from $20,000 to full tuition at this year's annual scholarship ceremony. Rachelle Gutierrez, Jose Loredo Quintana, and Joshua Puga were selected from a pool of more than 50 applicants from Dallas ISD high schools.
UTA honors police contributions
Last week, the UTA Police Department celebrated the contributions of its team members during an awards ceremony.
The awards and recipients included:
Award of Excellence – Sgt. David Heinsohn
- Distinguished Service – PSO Waymon Bell
- Police Commendation Medal – Detective Patrick Bush
- Student Service Award – Abinaya Paramasivam
Partnership Award – MavExpress - PD Tech Group: Chris Fulton, James Emmele, Greg Whatley, Owen Cook, and Christopher Dettenhaim
- Professional Employee of the Year – Laura Whatley
- PSO of the Year – Gerald Potter
- Rookie Officer of the Year – Zackary Lawrence
Officer of the Year – Officer Gregory Finney
- Non-Sworn Supervisor of the Year – Yusuf Abdul-Hafiz
- Sworn Supervisor of the Year – Lt. Yvonne Roque
- Overall Employee of the Year – Julie Spann
Windows 11 is now available to all faculty and staff as an upgrade to eligible devices and on new Dell devices. If you would like to upgrade your existing device(s), submit a self-service ticket to determine eligibility. New Dell devices will arrive with Windows 11 installed.
At UTA, we believe that our employees are our greatest asset, and we're committed to providing opportunities for personal growth and professional development across campus. The Office of Talent, Culture, and Inclusion is thrilled to offer multiple opportunities to grow your career and achieve your goals. Visit the UTA Career Site to browse job opportunities on campus.
The Office of Information Technology is updating UTA’s network infrastructure across campus. The project involves building-by-building activity after regular business hours. To view when your building is impacted, visit the project website, which will be updated as the project progresses.
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