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Welcome from the Director

Raul Hinojosa Jr., Director of Community EngagementThank you for visiting the Department of Community Engagement at UT Dallas. The focus of our department and the Office of Diversity and Community Engagement is to foster collaborations in our region that increase student diversity at the University and increase college access.

Research shows that individuals who obtain a college education can significantly increase their lifetime earning potential and lead healthier lives. We believe every person can obtain a college education. Our department is committed to helping underrepresented populations pursue an undergraduate or graduate degree at UT Dallas by developing collaborations with community partners including school districts, community colleges, nonprofit organizations and local businesses.

We hope you will visit our website often to learn more about events, opportunities and possible collaborations to help students pursue their college degree.

Raul Hinojosa Jr., Director of Community Engagement

 

News

K-12 Students Expand Their Horizons at Summer Camps

This summer, UT Dallas offered dozens of camps for K-12 students. The campus visitors explored robotics, chess, basketball, engineering, computer programming, debate and more. The University’s summer camps are designed to expose young people to the expertise of faculty and students from the various schools on campus.


Fair Appointed to Serve as VP for Diversity & Community Engagement

Public education advocate Dr. George Fair, who has served as dean of the School of Interdisciplinary Studies since 1994, has been appointed to the position of vice president for diversity and community engagement at The University of Texas at Dallas. Fair said his top priorities include increasing diversity through student recruitment and attracting faculty from historically underrepresented groups.

 


University Celebrates Achievements in Diversity at Fifth Annual Gala

When graduating senior LaToya Mitchell started at UT Dallas, she dreamed about what her legacy would be. Now, she knows. She was one of the University's first diversity scholars. Mitchell shared her story during the Office of Diversity and Community Engagement Diversity Awards ceremony on April 25.

 

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