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Mr. D.M. Edwards with D.M. Edwards Scholarship recipients at the College of Nursing and Health Sciences Scholarship & Donor Recognition Reception.
James and Lynda Shipp with John E. & Dorothy Fay White Endowed Scholarship recipients at the College of Nursing and Health Sciences Scholarship & Donor Recognition Reception.
Carlton and Carol Rizer with Pat Chandler Tiller Memorial Nursing Scholarship recipients at the College of Nursing and Health Sciences Scholarship & Donor Recognition Reception.
Mayor Martin Heines, Dean James Lumpkin, President Rodney Mabry, Provost Amir Mirmiran, President of TEDC Tom Mullins and CBT External Advisory Council Chair Roy Martinez take part in turning of dirt ceremony to commemorate the groundbreaking of the new College of Business and Technology building.

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The University of Texas at Tyler

The Office of University Advancement is comprised of the development and alumni relations operations of The University of Texas at Tyler. These two elements work together to maximize philanthropic contributions to the university and to actively engage alumni in the life of their alma mater. Read More...

Recent News

Michael Tidwell officially named president of The University of Texas at Tyler

The University of Texas System Board of Regents named Michael V. Tidwell, Ph.D., the next president of The University of Texas at Tyler. Tidwell, currently the dean of Eastern Michigan University's College of Business, will begin his new role leading UT Tyler on Jan. 1, 2017. Read More...

UT Tyler Breaks Ground on New Business Building

The University of Texas at Tyler will soon begin construction on the future home of the UT Tyler College of Business and Technology, President Rodney H. Mabry announced.

The four-story 140,000 square-foot building is expected to be completed June 2018. Read More...

UT Tyler School of Performing Arts Working Towards All-Steinway School Designation

The University of Texas at Tyler School of Performing Arts is a few steps closer to becoming an All-Steinway School, Dr. Martin Slann, College of Arts and Sciences dean, announced.

Steinway is the world's leader in producing high-quality pianos for music education. With this designation, UT Tyler will offer the best instruments available for student practice, study and learning. "We believe it will indicate a commitment to quality and enhancing the student experience," said school director Dr. Michael Thrasher. "We also expect that it will help attract more music students to UT Tyler." Read More...

 

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