Search Advisory Committee announced.
As the largest university in North Texas and second largest in The University of Texas System, UT Arlington is a Carnegie Research 1 institution located on a 420-acre campus in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. UT Arlington offers more than 180 baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral degree programs, and prides itself in challenging students to engage with the world around them in ways that make a measurable impact. More than 48,000 students attend classes on campus and online and come from every state in the U.S. and more than 100 countries, resulting in one of the most diverse campus populations in the nation.
The UT System welcomes all qualified applicants as it seeks an exceptional president to lead and execute UT Arlington’s mission. The position specification is available here.
UT System hosts town hall meeting regarding UTA’s presidential search, The Shorthorn (September 13, 2021)
Editorial: The UTA community should take advantage of the town hall meeting and influence the presidential search, The Shorthorn (September 11, 2021)
UTA becomes fourth Texas university to obtain coveted research designation, Dallas Morning News (August 19 2021)
UT-Arlington becomes latest emerging research university to reach “Texas Tier One” status, Texas Tribune (August 19 2021)
UTA achieves prestigious Texas Tier One designation, UT Arlington news release (August 19 2021)
UT System launches UTA presidential search website, The Shorthorn (July 28 2021)
National search to launch for next UT Arlington president; advisory committee named, UT System news release (July 19 2021)
Search for next UTA president restarts after pandemic pause, The Dallas Morning News (July 19 2021)
UT System announces national search for next UTA president, The Shorthorn (July 19 2021)
The search advisory committee will engage in an intensive process and make recommendations on candidates to the UT System Board of Regents, which will make the final decision on the next president of UT Arlington. Committee members were selected in accordance with the Board of Regents’ Rules and Regulations, which requires broad representation from the university community. The members of the search advisory committee are listed here.
The UT Arlington community and the general public are welcome to nominate potential candidates or provide comments about the UT Arlington presidential search. Please include your contact information only if you would like a response. All submissions are considered anonymous unless you elect to offer your name. (If you are nominating a candidate, please provide your contact information or the nominee’s contact information.)