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Articles in this issue of UT Tyler magazine include: President's Letter; Around Campus: Graduate Engineering Degree Programs to be Offered Online, Civil Engineering Faculty Assume Leadership Roles in Professional Organizations, Randle and Ward Named Rotary Young Citizens, UT Tyler Honored at Alpha Chi Super-Regional Convention, One-Stop Center to Enhance Registration and Student Business Services, UT Tyler Unveils Renovated University Center, Muntz Library Features Sara McClendon Exhibit Online; Global Awareness Through Scientific Inquiry, Dr. Teresa Kennedy Brings International Division of GLOBE to UT Tyler; Promoting Truth and Fairness, Mills Finds her Niche as Better Business Bureau President/CEO; Inspiring Excellence, Five-Year Comprehensive Campaign Focuses on Students and Faculty; Internationally Published Author, English Major's Works Featured in 'Chicken Soup' Best-Sellers; GATEway to Success, New UT Tyler Program Focuses on Global Awareness; Quality Enhancement, Addressing the Need for Global Awareness Across Campus; A Closer Look at GATE, 3 New Areas of Focus to Provide Greater Global Perspectives; From Seeing the Saving the World One Student's Life-Changing Journey; Mobile Go Center; Patriot Athletics: Season Highlights; Class Notes.

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Fall 2010


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UT Tyler President, Dr. Rodney H. Mabry, Charlie Hutchins, Emily Battle, President's Letter, Around Campus, computer science, courses, online, Alpha Chi, Alpha Xi chapter, convention, Marc Randle, Ciera Ward, Rotary Young Citizens Club, Dr. J. Torey Nalbone, Dr. Peter Rogers, One-Stop, University Center, Robert R. Muntz Library, Sarah McClendon, online exhibit, Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment, Dr. Teresa Kennedy, Mount Kilimanjaro, Mechele Agbayani Mills, Better Business Bureau of Central East Texas, CEO, President, Smith County, Michael and Elizabeth McNally Professorship in Civil Engineering, Dr. Svetislava Vukelja, Inspiring Excellence, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Tina Bausinger, Dr. Robert E. Sterken, Dr. Barbara Haas, quality enhancement, Dr. Stephen Krebbs, Mobile Go Center, athletics, baseball, golf, softball, Tennis, Track and Field, Class Notes, Dr. Kenneth L. Hall, James McLemore, Nan Shertzer-White, Dr. Donni Cook, Larry Kitchen, Margaret "Peggy" Parsons, Jeff Austin III, Ronnie Spradlin, Barbara Trube, Daniel L. Meyer, LouAnn Everett, Ray Delk, Richard McMullen, Lori Anderson, Hannah Oliphant, Brandon Rhyder, Joyce Serville, Henry Jason "Hank" Carter, Christie Johnson, Toby Wall, Alan Byboth, Keith Kirbow, Rachel Loden, Shane Ellis, Norris White Jr., Dr. Quincia "Queenie" Williams.

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The University of Texas at Tyler Magazine (Fall 2010)



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