Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students (ACES)

Articles about ACES

Articles from
The Shorthorn,
the newspaper
of the University
of Texas
at Arlington

Students show off research, work at 2010 ACES symposium, 2010-03-25

Students win big in ACES competition — The Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students paid $50-$300 in cash prizes., 2007-04-03

ACES in the hole — Conference features some of the best UTA students, 2006-03-24

Annual celebration offers students prizes, seminars — Participants will present research to compete within their departments., 2005-03-31

Academic achievement rewarded — More than 200 students were honored for their excellence at the convocation Monday., 2004-04-13

Students to display research — Graduate and undergraduate presentations will be judged and winners will receive cash., 2004-04-02

Students present research — All areas present studies in the annual competition held in the Hall of Flags., 2003-04-01

Articles from
other sources

ACES competition showcases breadth of student research — Crime scene investigation. Homelessness. Cellphone habits. Mosquito evolution. All were among the award-winning student research topics in UT Arlington's 2007 Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students (ACES). Travis Holland, an undergraduate criminal justice senior, investigated the effect of the TV drama CSI on the American legal system, particularly on jury members. His fascination with the hit show triggered curiosity about its influence on viewers. (Read the complete article). Research Magazine, Fall 2007.

Students Shine at ACES — In spring 2007, the university ACES program awarded $3500 in prizes for the best our students had to offer. (Read the complete article) Grad Newsletter, Summer 2007

Celebrating student excellence — ACES program recognizes outstanding research and creative activity, UTA Magazine, Winter 2006