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The University of Texas at Arlington announces that Ronald L. Elsenbaumer, the University's vice president for research and federal relations, has been named provost and vice president for academic affairs.
The University of Texas System Board of Regents has approved an honorific naming of the new residence hall under construction at College Park for former Arlington Mayor, Congressman and Tarrant County Judge Tom J. Vandergriff.
Diane Snow was recently inducted as a fellow at the group's national conference.
UT Arlington names distinguished civil engineer as new College of Engineering dean.
UT Arlington College of Nursing Associate Dean Beth Mancini is one of a dozen educators from across the United States who will be inducted later this year into the National League for Nursing's Academy of Nursing Education.
Researchers at The University of Texas at Arlington are partnering with a Belgian company to test new construction methods for reinforcing concrete pipes with steel fibers to build stronger, more durable pipes at a lower cost.
UT Arlington librarians showcase historical photos of Arlington in new book about the city's early days.
Two events honoring slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. will be held at The University of Texas at Arlington.
Tickets are now on sale for an event honoring slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. The “Sharing the Dream” Awards Banquet will be held Friday, Jan. 14, at UT Arlington.
UT Arlington breaks ground on College Park, announces 20-acre College Park District
The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has named UT Arlington administrator Michele Bobadilla one of nine National Latina Leader award recipients for 2010, the group announced during its annual convention in Dallas this week
These three University of Texas at Arlington mathematics professors are among seven talented, dynamic UT Arlington faculty honored by the UT System Board of Regents this week with Outstanding Teaching Awards. In its second year, the program rewards faculty members who deliver the highest quality of undergraduate instruction through a demonstrated commitment to teaching. Awardees also are recognized for showing a promising future of excellence in all aspects of instruction.
An assistant professor in The University of Texas at Arlington’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry has teamed with a Hungarian company to allow undergraduate students worldwide to gain valuable experience in hydrogenation, a chemical process widely used in the pharmaceutical, food, petrochemical and materials industries.
The Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies–Sustainability Track will be offered at the University’s Fort Worth Center. UT Arlington faculty and administration have worked together to design a program that meets the increasing demand for individuals with advanced sustainability analysis and evaluation skills, said Megan Topham, graduate adviser for the Master’s of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies.
The director of The University of Texas at Arlington’s pediatric nurse practitioner program has been named a fellow in the National League for Nursing’s Academy of Nursing Education.
The University of Texas at Arlington School of Urban and Public Affairs will offer a minor in environmental and sustainability studies beginning in fall 2010.
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