UT Tyler

The University of Texas at Tyler

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The University of Texas System (the “System”) is one of the largest and most comprehensive institutions of higher education in the country, as well as one of the largest employers in Texas. The System’s eight general academic campuses educate one‐third of Texas’ public university students and its six healthrelated campuses educate two‐thirds of the health professional students attending Texas’ public healthrelated institutions of higher education.
Content: Faculty Award
Sean C. Butler received his Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from The University of Texas at Tyler in 2004. He then went on to graduate school at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio that same year. While in graduate school, he studied organic chemistry and was involved in a variety of projects centered on the total synthesis of natural products. He graduated from Ohio State in the spring of 2011 and began his career at UT Tyler in the fall of the same year. He enjoys being in the classroom with students and teaching undergraduate laboratory courses.
Content: Faculty Award
Kerrie Anne Ambort-Clark has served the Soules College of Business since 2009 where her drive to provide a challenging yet engaging learning environment is coupled with her passion for the overall success of each and every student she works with. Innovation, engagement, and critical thinking are the drivers of the instruction that takes place in her classroom. 
Content: News Release
AUSTIN—For the 10th year in a row, the University of Texas System Board of Regents is honoring the best of the best.  
Content: News Release
AUSTIN—Five University of Texas colleges and programs of education have responded to a call to action from the Texas Education Agency to help low-performing schools in their region improve student outcomes and achievement.