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University of Texas at Arlington

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Founded 1895 as Arlington College. In 1917 it joined the Texas A & M system, then became part of the University of Texas on 23 April 1965. In 1967 the name was changed to University of Texas at Arlington.

Location:
Arlington, TX

Founding Date:
1895

Enrollment:
25,000

Official Website:
http://www.uta.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Howard Ahmanson, Jr.
Philanthropist
3-Feb-1950   Reclusive fundamentalist-Christian philanthropist
Kathleen B. Cooper
Economist
c. 1948   Dean, UNT Business School
Tommy Franks
Military
17-Jun-1945   Former C-in-C, US Central Command
Trey Hillman
Baseball
4-Jan-1963   Manager, Kansas City Royals
Phillip R. Kevil
Business
c. 1951   VP at XTO Energy, 1987-97
Terry L. McElroy
Business
c. 1949   McLane Grocery Distribution
Frank H. Moeller
Business
c. 1945   VTEL Corporation
Lou Diamond Phillips
Actor
17-Feb-1962   Young Guns II
William Dean Singleton
Business
1951   Texan newspaper mogul
Kelcy L. Warren
Business
c. 1956   CEO of Energy Transfer Partners
Morgan Woodward
Actor
16-Sep-1925   Punk Anderson on Dallas

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gilbert Plass
Physicist
22-Mar-1922 1-Mar-2004 Climate change scientist
Donald W. Tang
Business
c. 1963   Vice Chairman of Bear Stearns

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert E. Witt
Educator
16-Sep-1940   President, University of Alabama


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