About Us

The University Career Center is a division of Student Affairs at The University of Texas at Dallas. As a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), our office complies with the Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services Professionals. Our staff also maintains memberships in multiple professional organizations.


Keri Burns


Sandra Bayles

Administrative Assistant II

Clint McClain

Technology & Marketing Coordinator

Career Development

Betsy Chea

Associate Director

Exploring/Undeclared Students

Eric Green

Career Consultant

Engineering & Computer Science

Natural Sciences & Mathematics

Alan Knox

Career Consultant

Naveen Jindal School of Management

Behavioral & Brain Sciences

Bethany AuHoy

Career Consultant

Arts & Humanities

Arts, Technology, & Emerging Communication

Satin Blair

Career Consultant

Economic, Political, & Policy Sciences

Interdisciplinary Studies

Employer Relations

Arturo Silva Lozano

Associate Director


Svend Tambis

Employer Events Coordinator


Annmarie Hageman

Administrative Assistant I


Career Education

Mickey Choate

Associate Director


Student Employment and Operations

Cameron Woods

Assistant Director


Zahra Nourani

Student Employment Coodinator


Laurie Manning

Administrative Assistant I


Andrew Anderson

Administrative Assistant I


Experiential Programs

Brianna Hobbs

Assistant Director


Kayla Hamilton

Experiential Programs Coordinator


Aimee Howell

Administrative Assistant


Elissa Ungerman

Administrative Assistant




Student Services Building

To be an innovative, centralized, proactive and exemplary Career Center, empowering constituents to successfully manage their careers throughout a lifetime.


In support of the UT Dallas mission to produce engaged graduates prepared for life, work, and leadership, the Career Center is committed to the following three-fold mission:

  1. To prepare students and alumni for a lifetime of career transitions in a constantly changing world through comprehensive career education programs, which addresses their diverse and multidimensional needs.
  2. To partner with employers to develop and implement effective and efficient campus relations programs.
  3. To enhance the excellent educational programs of the university as they relate to the career education of students by collaborating and partnering with faculty and staff from all disciplines.

Guiding Themes

  • Empowerment - Serving as a catalyst enabling constituents to assume responsibility for the management of their careers.
  • Dynamic Partnerships - Cultivating meaningful internal and external collaborative relationships, which result in increased expertise and expanded opportunities for constituents.
  • Service - Providing timely, relevant and credible programs, materials and services while maintaining a positive customer-centered focus.
  • Standard of Excellence - Modeling an on-going commitment to professionalism, continuous improvement, and the pursuit of quality in every endeavor.
  • Sensitivity to Diversity - Responding to the unique needs of individuals with care, respect and understanding.