Woodley approved as UTPB president
10 May 2017
Author: OA Online
The University of Texas System Board of Regents unanimously approved Sandra Woodley as the new president of the University of Texas of the Permian Basin today during a meeting in Austin.
Woodley will succeed David Watts. Watts has been UTPB president since 2001 and is resigning effective Aug. 31.
Regents approved Woodley as a finalist for the position in March.
“I am humbled by this chance to serve The University of Texas System once again,” Woodley said in a news release. “UTPB has a heart for students, particularly the underserved, and I am inspired by this. I will do everything I can to ensure that UTPB continues to be a place where opportunity meets excellence.”
The Midland Development Corporation along with the City of Midland Celebrate the Completion of Briarwood Avenue Road ImprovementsMay 8 2017
Author: Midland Development Corporation May 9, 2017 (Midland, Texas) – The Midland Development Corporation (MDC) is pleased to have been a contributor to the improvements and widening of Briarwood Avenue between Holiday Hill Road and Avalon Drive. The initial contract of $8.62 million was awarded to the sole bidder...
Author: CBS 7 The Midland Development Corporation recently approved a funding agreement with TxDot for a highway safety improvement project. The project will construct main lanes and interchanges at the intersection of Loop 250 and County Road 1150 to convert non-freeways to freeway. The Midland Development Corporation will contribute $2...
MDC approves agreement to fund Loop 250 overpassApr 30 2017
Author: Midland Reporter - Telegram A major step toward completion of Loop 250 was taken Monday at the Midland Development Corp. monthly board meeting. The board voted 4-0 to execute an advanced funding agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation. Board member Gary Douglas was absent. The MDC...