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This issue of UT Tyler Magazine includes: President's Letter; Around Campus: Chemistry Professor Receives Grant, Patterson Named VP of Student Affairs, FOS Appointed Provost/VP of Academic Affairs, Palestine Students Elected to TNSA Board, University Mission Statement Approved, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Don King 'Only in America' Scholarship Recipients, Community Leaders to Oversee Minority Affairs Council, New Director of Student Life and Leadership; Outstanding Marketing Educator, UT Tyler Professor Honored for Innovative Teaching; Journey to Success, Leading financial Adviser Says UT Tyler Put Her on the Right Path; Quiet Dedication, Lasting Impact, Jack and Dorothy Fay White Strong Supporters of Young People and Education; Creating Solutions in Molecular Biology, Students Engage in Cutting-Edge Research; Decade of EXCELLENCE, UT Tyler Celebrates 10 years of Phenomenal Growth and Success; It's About the Students; Connected to the Community; A Home for EXCELLENCE; Solutions for Tomorrow; Meeting Unique Educational needs; Class Notes; Photo: Meadows Art Gallery.

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Fall 2008


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UT Tyler President, Dr. Rodney H. Mabry, Dr. Howard Patterson, Emily Battle, President's Letter, Around Campus, Dr. Tanya Shtokyo, Chemistry, Grant, Vice President of Student Affairs, Dr. Peter J. Fos, Provost, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Palestine Campus, University Mission Statement, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Phi Kappa Phi, Honor Society, Don King, "Only in America" Scholarship, Rev. Jerome R. Milton, Pastor Gilberto Avila, Minority Affairs Council, Ona Tolliver, Office of Student Life and Leadership, Dr. Barbara Ross Wooldridge, Nan Shertzer, Dr. Marilyn Young, Dr. Charles Murray Wade, Jack and Dorothy Fay White, Jack and Dorothy Fay White Endowment, R. Don Cowan Fine Performing Arts Center, Molecular Biology, Dr. Blake Bextine, decade, students, enrollment, UT System, Board of Regents, community, Robert and Mary Irwin, Riter Family, State Sen. Kevin Eltife, Ratliff, Patriot Village, A.W. and B.J. Riter Millennium Carillon Tower and Plaza, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Z. Ornelas Residence Hall, Ralph and Mary John Spence Fountain and Plaza, David G. and Jacqueline M. Braithwaite Building, Louise Herrington Patriot Center, Bill Ratliff Engineering and Science Complex, Bob and Mary Irwin Baseball Field, Citizens 1stbank-Perkins Soccer Complex, Dr. Arlene Horne, Center for Organic Semiconductor Modeling and Simulation (COSMOS), East Texas Center for Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (TSTEM), Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP), Longview University Center (LUC), Patriot Athletics, season highlights, Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Track & Field, Golf, Softball, Tennis, Class Notes, Todd Clifton, Robert E. Reed Jr., Jess Laird, Gay Smith, Gay Venable-Brookshire, Hannah Oliphant, Michael Clendenin, Susanne Lambert, Jeff Austin III, Byron Skaggs, Carole Jones, Jill Kinsely, Starla Bickerstaff, Suni Davis, Ryan Palmquist, Kristen Reeves, Justin Weiner, Nathan Taylor, Beth Andersen, Chase Colston, Meadows Art Gallery.

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The University of Texas at Tyler Magazine (Fall 2008)



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