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Web Services

Web Services assists the University of Dallas by maintaining the university's website and designing and producing online materials like email templates and animations. Web Services also provides training and support for content managers.

How to be trained as a content manager

For basic content management training, email webmaster@udallas.edu or call 972-721-5147. Quarterly content manager training sessions are also held to address online communication techniques and cover content management issues.


How to start an email project

If you have an e-newsletter or HTML email request:

Work cannot begin on a project until an Email Template Request Form and completed text have been submitted. All text must be written, edited and finalized before it is given to Web Services.

Email Request


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Our Kids at Heart: The Evangelizing Power of Catholic Education

"You bring me a letter of acceptance to a Catholic school for your child, and I promise your child will attend Catholic school." This is the promise Father Mark Hamlet, BA '68 MBA '70, makes to his congregation at every Mass. The pastor of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Austin, Hamlet has spent much of his ministry advocating for Catholic school education through his nonprofit foundation, Our Kids at Heart.

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Junior Computer Science Major Interns at Google

This past summer, Yeabkal Wubshit, BA '20, earned the internship that every computer science major dreams of: a position at Google -- and spent the summer working on infrastructures for Google Service Accounts at Google's office in Sunnyvale, California.

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Distinguished Alumni Excel in Human Endeavor

The University of Dallas will celebrate the extraordinary achievements of four alumni with its 2019 Distinguished Alumni Awards. Award recipients Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers, MTS '00, Laura Felis Quinn, BS '86 MBA '18, Judy Kelly, BA '63, and John Parker, BA '83 MBA '89, will be honored for their contributions to their professions, communities and the University of Dallas.

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