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All day Exhibit of drawings of Mauricio Rocha + Gabriela Carrillo - Special Events (Architecture Gallery)

MavsArt Fall 2014 - Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community (first floor Central Library)
This semester-long exhibit is a chance for UT Arlington students, staff, and faculty to showcase their many artistic talents. Please note... more
8:00am Jeremy Schack Art Exhibition - UC Art Gallery - Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community (University Center Art Gallery)

8:00am Sogeti On-Campus Interviews - Special Events (The Career Development Center, 216 Davis Hall)
Sogeti is conducting on-campus interviews in the Career Development Center, 216 Davis Hall, on Thursday, 10/16. If you're interested in req... more
9:00am Walk-In Hours - The Career Development Center - 9:00AM - 11:45AM - Special Events (216 Davis Hall, The Career Development Center)
Walk-ins are short, 15-minute sessions. Students may have their resume critiqued, get quick advice about interviews and job search strategie... more
9:00am The Price of Manifest Destiny: Maps relating to Wars in the Southwest - Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community (6th Floor, Central Library)
The exhibit examines how maps and war interlock in the nineteenth century and was mounted in conjunction with the Ninth Biennial Virginia Ga... more
10:00am Art Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA: Philip Van Keuren / Liz Ward - Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community (Fine Arts 169)
Though distinctly different in their choices of medium, the two artists in this exhibition share a poetic sensibility in their work as they ... more
12:30pm Alternative Spring Break Interest Session - Special Events (Student Congress Chamber (Upper Level of University Center) )

12:30pm Exhibiting Artist Talk by Liz Ward - Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community (The Gallery at UTA - Fine Arts 169)
In association with her exhibition titled "Time and Temperature," artist Liz Ward, chair of the Art & Art History Department at Trinity Univ... more
1:00pm Walk-In Hours - The Career Development Center - 1:00PM - 5:45PM - Special Events (216 Davis Hall, The Career Development Center)
Walk-ins are short, 15-minute sessions. Students may have their resume critiqued, get quick advice about interviews and job search strategie... more
2:00pm Virginia Garrett Lectures on the History of Cartography - Conferences/Symposia (Central Library sixth floor parlor & atrium)
The Price of Manifest Destiny: War and American Expansion, 1800-1865
4:00pm Department of Biology Fall 2014 Colloquium Series - Lectures/Talks (118 Life Science)
Talk presented by: Joe Barrera, SIRT Director, UT Arlington (Shimadzu Institute for Research Technology) Talk titled: Innovation through... more
4:00pm Graduate Students - Seminars/Workshops (Planetarium Conference Room (located in the Chemistry and Physics Building on the 3rd floor))
Intro to Graduate School - Writing This workshop covers an array of topics related to writing in graduate school. The workshop will intro... more
5:00pm College of Engineering Speaker Series - Lectures/Talks (Rady Room (Reception); 100 Nedderman Hall (Lecture))
Chris Singer, NASA Director, Engineering Directorate Marshall Space Flight Center "Engine of Possibility: Exploration" Nothing insp... more
6:00pm Two Small Pieces of Glass - Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community (Planetarium)
Follow two students as they interact with an astronomer at a local star party. Along the way the students learn how telescopes work, the his... more
8:00pm COMIC POTENTIAL - Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community (502 S. Cooper St., Fine Arts Building-North, MainStage, Room 174)
COMIC POTENTIAL by Alan Ayckbourn. It is the near future, and actors have been made obsolete by "Actoids" - robots considered superior becau... more










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