Alumni and Friends

First NSM Advisory Council

NSM School Advisory CouncilThe first Advisory Council for the School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics was established in spring 2012. Seven alumni of the school are among the nine members of this inaugural Council.

Left to right in the photo are: Patrick Seaman (BA’83 Math); Lynn McIntire (BA’79 Biology); Neil Milburn (past parent); Dean Bruce Novak; Dr. David Daniel; Michael Gorton (MS’88 Physics); Joseph Estrera (MS’90, PhD’92 Physics); David Williamson (BS’98, MS’02, MS’03 Geosciences and GIS); Qingming Yang (PhD’93).

Alumni/Giving Stories

Give NowYou can make a difference by supporting students, programs and research in the Department of Physics.

Dr. Joseph Estrera, a UT Dallas alumnus and senior vice president and chief technology officer at L-3, helps facilitate a gift to UT Dallas.
L-3 Donates Night-Vision Goggles to Teach Students Optics, Physics (12/6/12)

The First Graduates Scholarship honors the first three students – two of them physics students – to earn diplomas from UT Dallas.
First Graduates Help Launch Campaign for Future (4/9/12)

UT Dallas Alumni Relations

If the last time you were on campus was your graduation, come by and see how the campus has changed, visit with a former professor, or stop off for lunch at The Pub and read the latest copy of The Mercury. Graduating with a degree from the School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics (NSM) is not the end of a journey, but rather the beginning of a new relationship with UT Dallas and NSM. As an alumnus, you are invited to participate in alumni events hosted by the University and NSM, connect with other alumni, volunteer, be a mentor or utilize the various networking resources available.
Learn more at UT Dallas Alumni Relations

Career Center

The UT Dallas Career Center offers their services to all UTD alumni. Contact the Career Center and take advantage of the many programs and services they offer, at no cost.