News Archive

Emmitt Smith kicks of 2011-2012 Maverick Speakers Series

NSF to further research that will yield online American Sign Language dictionary

UT System honors nine UT Arlington faculty with Top Teaching award

New UTA exhibit offers gripping look at life and death in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico

Princeton Review names UT Arlington one of the Best in the West

UT Arlington expert to study depression among elderly Latinos

Working to save Native American Languages

UT Arlington enrollment reaches nearly 34,000

Bridge-to-Doctorate fellowship program to dole out nearly $1 million

Jean Hood, UT Arlington VP for HR, recognized by Texas Diversity Council with 2011 DiversityCHAMPION award

UT Arlington to participate in national military veteran mentoring program

UT Arlington’s first African-American graduate establishes theVivian M. and Maxwell C. Scarlett M.D. Professorship in Biology

The Maverick Promise scholarship grants free tuition to Pell Grant eligible students whose household income is $65,000 or less

Jim Hayes named to the National Wheelchair Basketball Association’s Hall of Fame

UT Arlington was one of five north Texas college campuses where Sikh students tied turbans and debunked myths for their spring break. Billed as Sikh Turban Week, the event is intended to clarify the misconceptions ignited after September 11, detail the significance of the turban for Sikhs and showcase one of the region’s fast-growing communities. March 2009. More >

As UT Arlington students in the late 1980s, Zeb Strong and Blake Moorman were eager to make a difference in the world. In the two decades since they graduated, they’ve done just that. More >

UT Arlington’s Historically Underutilized Business program was recognized in 2008 among the Top 25 state agencies for their HUB participation, 25.7%. Total HUB expenditures for the 2007 fiscal year were $17,966,338, an increase of 64% in just two years.