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This edition of the UT Tyler Magazine includes: Fresh Perspectives: Taking a Closer Look at UT Tyler's New Millennium Vision, President's Letter; Around Campus: Student Selected for Prestigious Summer Internship, UT Tyler Receives $100,000 Gift for Endowed Professorship, Professor Honored with Endowment, Program Promotes Relevance of Science Engineering and Math, Federal Funding Recognizes University Efforts; Focus On: Shaping the Next Generation of Artists, A Sports Medicine All-Star, Making an Impact a Helping Hand for Nurses, UT Tyler Master Plan; New Millennium Vision: An Eye Toward the The Future. Leadership by Example, UT Tyler Writing Center, Two Steps Forward No Looking Back, The Blueprint for Success Building a Stronger Tomorrow, A Different Kind of Classroom, The Right Prescription for Accessible Learning, Engineered to Encourage, A Big Win for Student Athletes, In the Business of Creating Opportunities, Giving the Gift of a Better Tomorrow, Expanding Horizons, Reaching Goals Reaching for Greatness; Class Notes; 19,726 and Counting (Alumni Wall).

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Spring 3-2004


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UT Tyler President, Dr. Rodney H. Mabry, Dr. Dale Lunsford, Beverley Golden, President's Letter, campus, News, Robert Boggs, Dow Jones Newspaper Fund, Lecil and Barbara Chandler Endowed Professorship in Computer Science, Gary Wright Diagnostic Reading Endowment, Infinity Project Center, President's Award, Ralph M. Hall, Congressman, Gary Hatcher, ceramics, Dr. Jon Divine, Sports Medicine, Mrs. Louise Herrington Ornelas, Herrington Patriot Center, Emergisoft, Master Plan, Campus Plan, Expansion, Future Projects, 'New Millennium Vision', Chief Executive Officer, Writing Center, Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), National Association of Industrial technology (NAIT), David and Jacqueline Braithewaite Building, Center for the Professional Development of Teachers (CPDT), Elizabeth Helt, Engineering Department, Dr. Jeffery Mountain, Mechanical Engineering, "Development of a Process Control Breadboard System to Attract and Retain Engineering Students", Student Athletes, athletics program, collegiate sports, NCAA Division III, American Southwest Conference, Dr. Isaura Flores, Jaymie Poeschl, Jack and Dorothy Fay White Endowed Scholarship, enrollment, Class Notes, James Bartley Smith, Leasa L. Primo, Lou Ann Berman, Felicity Reedy, Darryl Primo, Robin Wright Brumbelow, Randal Urwiller, Janet Drake Fair, Michael Collins, Misty Collins, Michael N. Romines, Jenny Romines, Penny Urwiller, Alumni Wall.

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The University of Texas at Tyler Magazine (March 2004)



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