UTA wins $1.5 million in federal grants to support math and computer science and engineering graduate students of superior ability. UTA was the only Texas school awarded funding during the 2015 GAANN grant cycle.
Marco Brotto, an internationally recognized muscle physiology scientist, has won a rare National Institute on Aging grant to study the molecular mechanisms of muscle aging that can lead to muscle loss and weakness.
2015 American Heart Association guidelines regarding CPR amplify calls for quick action on the part of bystanders. The revised standards were developed, in part, by a UTA College of Nursing and Health Innovation leader.
U.S. News & World Report recognizes UTA as one of the nation's best campuses for ethnic diversity. The ranking comes as UTA experiences enrollment growth and other prominent recognition for its many diverse and strategic initiatives.
The Planetarium has produced the first active stereo 3-D planetarium show about NASA’s SOFIA mission. A NASA grant awarded to Manfred Cuntz, professor of physics, funded film production and equipment needed for the 3-D projection system.
UTA announces the inaugural class of Terry Foundation Scholars. The program covers up to the cost of attendance after scholarships, grants, family contributions and financial need have been considered.
The UT Arlington Libraries Special Collections welcomes the fall semester with, "Ringside: Memories of World Class Championship Wrestling," a unique photo exhibit focused on the phenomenon of wrestling.
A new partnership for the UT Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation offers some student nurses community health experience and a glimpse at challenges facing the economically disadvantaged.
Kathleen Tice, a clinical assistant professor in the College of Education, is receiving national attention for a program focused on helping teachers meet the needs of preschool English language learners.
Dr. Marco Brotto, an internationally renowned scientist in the field of muscle and bone physiology, has been named the George W. and Hazel M. Jay Professor in the UT Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation.
A new study led by Arne Winguth, associate professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at UT Arlington, explains how climate change and extreme weather will significantly disrupt infrastructure across the Dallas-Fort Worth region by the end of the 21st century.
UT Arlington prepares to unveil a high-tech ‘Smart Care’ apartment designed to improve health care for seniors and people with disabilities. The innovative technology involved was developed by UT Arlington engineering and nursing faculty.
A comprehensive new study led by George Siemens, executive director of the UT Arlington LINK Lab, examines the role that technology plays in higher education and offers steps that universities of tomorrow can take to support student learning.
In his new book, "Adventurism and Empire: The Struggle for Mastery in the Louisiana-Florida Borderlands, 1762-1803," UTA History Professor David Narrett sheds new light on how the Louisiana-Florida borderlands shaped the United States.
University's March 28 glass art sale and show features designs by students, staff and faculty, many of whom have been recognized internationally for their work. This year marks the first time that the popular event has been held on a Saturday.
Majie Fan, UT Arlington assistant professor of earth and environmental sciences, will use a National Science Foundation grant to research the Rocky Mountains and to expose underrepresented youth to the geosciences.
UT Arlington biology student Emmanuel Fordjour earned a first-place prize at a conference hosted by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for his research presentation involving C. difficile.
Anxiety, lack of sexual function and chronic pain are among problems that adult cancer survivors experience years after going into remission, says Gail Adorno, assistant professor in the UTA School of Social Work.
"Much of this honor I can credit to my father and grandfather -- I am merely carrying on that tradition," said Purnendu Dasgupta, UTA Jenkins Garrett Professor of Chemistry about his new honor from the American Chemical Society.
UT Arlington bio-analytical chemist Saiful Chowdhury has received funding from the NIH and UT System to advance protein research. His work, involving mass spectrometry, is also discussed in the journal Analytical Chemistry.