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Carlos Eric Bowles

(512) 232-3480 BEL 224

Carlos Eric Bowles has served the UTeach-Liberal Arts program for the past 14 years as the academic advisor, program coordinator, and most recently as the assistant director.  He began his career in 1998 at the University of Texas at San Antonio where he worked with the Enrollment Service Center and has been at UT-Austin since 1999 where he managed the Student Organization Center.  He is currently the director of the Rapoport Service Scholarship Program and has taught seminar courses in civic engagement, ethics, and leadership since 2005 for the Rapoport Service Scholarship Program. During his Rapoport Service Scholarship Program tenure the program has produced two Truman Scholars, a Schwarzman Scholar and a Rhodes Scholar. Carlos Eric Bowles earned his B.A. in English at UTSA and holds a master’s degree from UT-Austin in higher education administration. Eric has also been awarded the Outstanding Service Award from UT-Austin, the Texas Exes Vick Advising Award, the Outstanding Advisor award from Liberal Arts Council, and was a certificate of merit winner for Outstanding Institutional Advising Program in 2013.  


Soo Aldrich

(512) 232-2143BEL 224

Soo Aldrich joined the UTeach-Liberal Arts program in 2010 and serves as its office manager. Soo began her career in higher education in 1998 at the University of Florida’s Engineering Research Center where she coordinated meetings and undergraduate research programs. She later moved to the Washington, DC area and was the Director of Meetings and Membership for eight years at a non-profit trade association. Soo earned her B.A. in History and certificate in secondary education from the University of Texas at Austin.


Lori Hahn

Administrative Associate/Webmaster 
(512) 232-2789 BEL 224

Lori joined the UTeach-Liberal Arts staff in November 2014. She previously worked at Pepperdine University for seven years where she held managerial and coordinator positions in the Alumni Affairs Office. Prior to working in the higher education sector, she worked in public education for six years, teaching K-8 in Fairfax SD, Alief ISD, and Katy ISD. Lori received her teaching credential from California State University, Bakersfield in 1993 and also earned a B.B.A. in management from the University of Texas at Austin in 1991.