Multicultural Center

Student Success Assistants

Student Success Assistants


Eliud Fasil
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Hello all!

My name is Eliud Fasil, I am an Ethiopian American born and raised in Dallas, Texas! Currently I am entering my senior year as a Neuroscience major on the pre-dental tract, and I aspire to be a dentist. I enjoy and hold leadership roles in a number of student organizations on campus, and even serve as the volunteer coordinator for the Habesha Student Union. Outside of school I spend time staying active with soccer, practicing piano and guitar, and exploring different foods.

As this year’s Student Success Assistant, I am stoked in having the role of providing leadership and student enrichment programs that support the African and African American community here at UTD. It is important to equip students with skills that help them lead to greater achievements, and to stay ahead of the game in their home, workplace, or any area of life.

I am excited to work with and direct students to many resources in the Multicultural Center and on campus. Contact or visit me if you need anything! Always here to help enhance your college experience!


Diego Narvaez
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Hello!

My name is Diego Narvaez, I am a junior majoring in Biomedical Engineering with the goal to eventually become a professor and go into some kind of research. I grew up in Dallas, Texas and have lived here all my life. When I am not in class, I enjoy playing soccer, and am a huge fan of anime shows such as One Punch Man and My Hero Academia. I also enjoy playing music; I play the drums set as part of the choir at my church.

As a leader on campus, I am a part of a number of student organizations. This year I will serve in the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) as SHPE Jr. Chair, Vice-President of Lambda Theta Phi, Latin Fraternity Inc., and one of the Student Success Assistants in the Multicultural Center.

As a Student Success Assistant, I hope to provide leadership opportunities to the Hispanic/Latinx students on campus. I want to encourage students to be ambitious, and to help them prepare for their professional careers.

I’m excited to work with any and all students dedicated to helping the Hispanic/Latinx community. You can find me at the MC if you have questions or ideas to share, or if you just want to say hello!