The UT Dallas HUB Program is managed by the Office of Contracts Administration  but responsibility for the success of the program belongs to the entire university. Why is it important?

  • Supplier diversity is good for our university, our community and our state.
  • UT Dallas has a very robust Office of Diversity & Community Engagement that also strives to accomplish the fulfillment of the UT Dallas commitment to embrace, enhance and celebrate diversity at all levels.
  • The markets where business is conducted are increasingly multicultural, multilingual and multidimensional.
  • Minorities and women represent the fastest growth in the consumer base and they contribute significantly to the university and corporate revenue stream.
  • Supplier diversity programs have a direct and positive impact on the communities where we do business, as diverse suppliers may tend to hire more underrepresented employees from the communities in which they operate.

On February 27, the UTD HUB Program will host a Vendor Forum with invited speakers: 

  • Andrew Nash, Director of Operations, Dallas Fort Worth Minority Supplier Development Council
  • Carlton Cooper, Program Specialist– Civil Rights Division, TX DoT
  • Beth Casey, Director of Joint Ventures, Thompson Hospitality

The event will be held in the Amistad Room of the SP2 building, 3020 Waterview Parkway in Richardson, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Please email [email protected] to RSVP. 

Download the event flier

Email us:
[email protected]

(972) 883-2397

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Monday – Friday

SP2 12.502

Mailing Address:
800 W. Campbell Rd., SP2 27
Richardson, TX 75080-3021