News & Events
Bone Vascular Lab Seeking Graduate Student
The Bone Vascular and Microcirculation Laboratory in the Kinesiology Department at the University of Texas at Arlington is seeking a graduate student, preferably a Ph.D. student, to join the lab for Fall 2017. Students in the laboratory learn integrative vascular and skeletal biology and work with animal models. Prior basic science lab experience is preferred but not required.
Researchers Present at ACSM
Faculty and student researchers presented at the ACSM's 64th Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado.
CONHI Faculty Selected for 2017 IRP Awards
Of the three Interdisciplinary Research Program projects for 2017, CONHI faculty were selected for two of the teams.
CONHI Honored by Senate Resolution
The Senate of the State of Texas honored the College of Nursing and Health Innovation with a resolution.
Catch up with the College
The Spring 2017 UTA Health Bulletin and 2017 UTA Health Magainze are available!
Fall 2016 Newsletter Now Available
The College of Nursing and Health Innovation is pleased to announce the availability of its Fall 2016 Newsletter.
A Year in Review: The CONHI 2016 Annual Report
Measuring an Impact: the 2016 College of Nursing and Health Innovation Annual Report is now available.
Join CONHI to Celebrate UTA Homecoming
Join the faculty, staff and students of the College of Nursing and Health Innovation for a variety of homecoming festivities on Saturday, November 12. Click on this link to get more information.
UTA College of Nursing and Health Innovation’s doctoral programs ranked among Top 50 in the nation
The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation doctoral programs offer two of the best values in the country for practicing nurses seeking terminal degrees, according to Value Colleges.
UTA’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation launches interdisciplinary PhD in Kinesiology
The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation will begin offering a doctoral degree in kinesiology in the fall, in response to soaring demand for healthcare scientists and faculty.