Alumni Gather for 20th Homecoming During Several Events
UT Dallas’ 20th annual Homecoming featured an exclusive alumni breakfast with President David E. Daniel and the deans. More than 100 alumni visited with friends, networked with colleagues and learned more about the University’s progress toward becoming a Tier One research institution.
Following breakfast, free Comet Quick Courses were offered by UT Dallas faculty on topics ranging from identity theft to marriage trends.
Later in the day, alumni and their families packed the Alamo Drafthouse for a screening of the animated feature film Free Birds, by Reel FX and Relativity Media. UT Dallas alumni who work at Reel FX also talked to the group about their contributions to the film.
(From left to right): At the Homecoming breakfast, Amanda Rohleder BA’08, and her husband Chris Rohleder BS’08, MS’10, with their son, chat with Brittany Rohleder BA’10 and her husband Bill Rohleder BS’10. Chris and Bill Rohleder are brothers.
Treva Tokarz and Jim Tokarz EMBA’98 attend the breakfast with their children.
UT Dallas Computer Science lecturer Kamran Khan BS’00, MS’01 shares breakfast with his daughters.
Dr. Michael Kilgard, professor of neuroscience, discusses new technology for repairing the human brain as part of a Comet Quick Course, a special Homecoming offering for alumni.
(From left to right): ReelFX employees and UT Dallas alumni panelists Ken Kanipe, BA’09, Nick Shirsty BA’10, MFA’13, Sing Khamnouane BA’05, MFA’08 and Ed Whetstone BA’11 appeared on the “green carpet” at the Free Birds screening at Alamo Drafthouse.
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