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March 2017

  • Induction ceremony for UTA’s Military Science Hall of Honor
    Military honors

    Tuesday, March 21, 2017

    News Topics: Arlington

    Three former ROTC cadets at The University of Texas at Arlington will be inducted into the Military Science Hall of Honor on Saturday, March 25.

  • Lockheed Martin donation fuels career development at UTA
    Corporate partner

    Monday, March 20, 2017

    News Topics: alumni, employment, engineering

    A gift from Lockheed Martin will help enhance UTA's focused strategic approach to career development and preparation. In recognition of the gift, the University announced the naming of the Lockheed Martin Career Development Center.

  • UTA organizes inaugural ‘Responsible Shale Energy Extraction’ Conference as part of Earth Day Texas 2017
    Hosting multiple perspectives

    Thursday, March 16, 2017

    News Topics: chemistry, economics, energy, engineering, environment, science, sustainability

    UTA is organizing the inaugural “Responsible Shale Energy Extraction” Conference on April 21-22 at Fair Park in Dallas as part of Earth Day Texas, the world’s largest annual forum for sharing the latest initiatives, discoveries, research, innovations, policies, and corporate practices that are reshaping our world.

  • Aim of assessment study to foster collaboration across region
    Fair housing

    Thursday, March 16, 2017

    News Topics: engineering, urban and public affairs

    A University of Texas at Arlington interdisciplinary study will assess fair housing challenges across the region, looking at proactively removing barriers among affected populations. The study has more than 20 entities involved now.

  • UTA graduate programs ranked among nation’s best
    Highly ranked

    Wednesday, March 15, 2017

    News Topics: architecture, business, education, engineering, faculty, liberal arts, nursing, research, science, social work, urban and public affairs

    Graduate programs in each of The University of Texas at Arlington’s eight schools and colleges are ranked among the nation’s best according to 2018 assessments by U.S. News and World Report, a recognized leader in higher education rankings.

  • UTA researcher uses mathematical modeling to predict student success, dropout rates
    Social research

    Monday, March 13, 2017

    News Topics: education, science

    A UTA researcher has used mathematical modeling to demonstrate that negative peer pressures can spread in a high-risk setting, influencing students’ decisions to drop out of school. The study, “Why do students quit school? Implications from a dynamic modeling study,” was published in the Royal Society Journal Proceedings A.

  • Movin' Mavs win national championship
    National championship

    Monday, March 13, 2017

    News Topics: Arlington, awards, health and fitness, recreation, sports, staff, student life, students

    The UTA Movin’ Mavs men's wheelchair basketball team won its eighth championship this weekend, defeating the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 76-52. The women were the national runners up, losing to the University of Alabama, 57-48.

  • UTA hosting aspiring innovators, scientists and engineers for the 2017 ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camps 
    Inspiring innovation

    Monday, March 13, 2017

    News Topics: science, student life, students

    UTA is hosting the 2017 ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp June 11-23. Applications are now open for middle school students aspiring to study science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) and experience college life at the same time at http://www.uta.edu/sciencecamp. 

  • UTA named to Phi Theta Kappa's 2017 Transfer Honor Roll
    Transfer honor roll

    Thursday, March 9, 2017

    News Topics: admissions, awards, student life, students

    The University of Texas at Arlington is one of only 63 institutions in the nation named to Phi Theta Kappa’s 2017 Transfer Honor Roll. The honor roll recognizes excellence and success in the development of community college transfer pathways.

  • UTA researchers to develop new math theory for improvement of imaging technology
    New math theories

    Wednesday, March 8, 2017

    News Topics: science

    UTA researchers are working on a project which could have a sizable impact on imaging technologies, by developing new mathematical theories that can help solve outstanding problems. Technologies that could benefit include: modern healthcare equipment, national security, space exploration and industrial applications.

  • Vickery Meadow requests strategic plan from UTA’s Institute of Urban Studies
    Redevelopment

    Wednesday, March 1, 2017

    News Topics: research, urban and public affairs

    UTA's Institute of Urban Studies, a research center within the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs, is formulating a strategic plan for a community in northwest Dallas called Vickery Meadow. The city of Dallas hopes the plan will foster inclusive and sustainable economic growth and area redevelopment.

  • 22nd Annual Powwow raises funds for UTA students
    Committed to culture

    Wednesday, March 1, 2017

    News Topics: alumni, Arlington, diversity, faculty, food, staff, student life, students

    UTA will host the 22nd Annual Native American Student Association Scholarship Benefit Powwow on Saturday, March 4. The event will bring together hundreds in celebration of American Indian culture and heritage.

  • Student senior design project yields patent on smart bandage
    Undergraduate research

    Wednesday, March 1, 2017

    News Topics: engineering, faculty, medicine, research, student life, students

    The University of Texas at Arlington and Raytheon teamed up to secure a patent for a smart bandage device that a student engineering design team developed years ago.

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Jessica Lilley, a junior majoring in biology and microbiology and minoring in chemistry and psychology, has developed a process to detect drug residue on a suspect’s fingerprint taken at the crime scene, the Star-Telegram reported. 

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