Campus Activities Board

Meet The Board

The Campus Activities Board consists of University chosen students that plan and manage all CAB activities, from weekly TGITs to the annual Groundhog. These students are some of our finest coordinators and most creative minds. They work together year round taking simple thoughts and manifesting them into the best and biggest events on campus. The Board plans the days where our memories are made.

Erika Keever, Student Activities Intern

Jorge Morales, Sound Intern

Amena Jamali, Clubs & Orgs Intern

Mica Stephens, Rec Sports Intern

Patrick Callahan, Yearbook Head Photographer

Jackie Cacho, Marketing Intern

Brian King, Clubs & Orgs Intern

Liz Millenheft, Yearbook Editor in Chief

Isabelle Melendez-Smith, Traditions Intern

John Bartee, Musical Entertainment Intern



News

Recent DBA Alumnus Begins Tenure-Track Position at UNI

Gabe Dickey, DBA '19, recently successfully defended his dissertation, titled "Exploring the Human Side of Audit Quality: Team Engagement and Partner Leadership Behaviors," for UD's Doctor of Business Administration. Dickey has spent his career in the accounting profession, the vast majority as a certified public accountant working in auditing. He began UD's DBA program three years ago, drawn in by his interest in broader business issues and the program's practitioner-oriented focus.

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Longtime Campus Safety Officer Sworn In to UDPD

Carlos Tijerina came to UD as a Campus Safety officer 23 years ago. He has loved the camaraderie of the CSO, but it has always been his dream to become a police officer. Then, a little over a year ago, UD finally got a police department. On Sept. 10, Tijerina was sworn in by President Thomas Hibbs as an official part of the UDPD team.

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New Trustee Brings Vast Array of Experience to UD's Board

"I guess I'm a man for all seasons," said Irving City Councilman Al Zapanta, who was elected to the University of Dallas Board of Trustees on May 31. Zapanta has had, as he explained, three different, often overlapping careers: in the military, in the private sector, and in both federal and state government and politics.

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