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The University of Texas at Arlington is offering free SAT/PSAT preparation classes to juniors and seniors from Arlington ISD high schools and juniors and seniors from Summit International Preparatory Academy.
UT Arlington is joining an elite, national organization aimed at producing better university teachers.
The University of Texas at Arlington is taking applications now for this summer’s ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp, a free, two-week residential camp for middle school students.
Students, faculty and supporters of The University of Texas at Arlington will celebrate the debut of the 234,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Engineering Research Building with a March 4 dedication event and open house.
Middle school girls from across North Texas will gather at The University of Texas at Arlington on Saturday, Nov. 6, to participate in the 2010 Expanding Your Horizons program.
A new UT Arlington program committed to bolstering the ranks of math and science teachers has received $150,000 in support from AT&T. UTeach Arlington began this fall as a joint project of the College of Science and the College of Education and Health Professions. The aim is to address the state’s ongoing shortage of secondary school math and science teachers by recruiting and inspiring UT Arlington science majors who are also interested in earning their teaching certification.
A street fair filled with hands-on exhibits, workshops with local scientists and an appearance by Astronaut Barbara Morgan will all be part of the Sally Ride Science Festival Oct. 30 at The University of Texas. The event, presented by ExxonMobil and Sally Ride Science, is one of several held each year across the country to bring science to life and inspire upper elementary and middle school girls to think about the vast range of careers in science.
Hanli Liu, a University of Texas at Arlington bioengineering professor, has landed a three-year, $958,660 grant from the National Institutes of Health to investigate a minimally invasive way to screen for and diagnose prostate cancer by using a multi-channel optical imaging system.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $1.45 million Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program grant to The University of Texas at Arlington College of Education and Health Professions and College of Science to support the education and certification of new science and math teachers. The colleges will work with the Arlington, Dallas, Hurst-Euless-Bedford and Fort Worth school districts on the five-year project, placing the teacher candidates in early field experiences with mentor teachers in the four districts.
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
UT Arlington administrator Michele Bobadilla was one of four women across the state to be honored with Outstanding Women in Texas Government awards this week.
UTeach Arlington, which teams faculty from the College of Science and the College of Education and Health Professions, is patterned after the UTeach program at The University of Texas at Austin. Since 1997, that program has shown success in graduating more math and science teachers by recruiting students within those majors during their freshman and sophomore years. For those who have an interest in becoming certified to teach, UTeach provides education-related courses and classroom experience and mentoring earlier than in past programs.
UT Arlington professor honored for scientific achievement and work with underrepresented minority students
The Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science will award UT Arlington physics professor Ramon Lopez its 2010 Distinguished Scientist Award, the group announced this week. He was one of five honorees from across the country recognized for their “exemplary scientific achievement, teaching, and mentorship of underrepresented minority students.”
The University of Texas at Arlington is co-sponsoring a series of free SAT/PSAT math preparation classes this fall to help local high school students prepare for the important exams.
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.
Forty-eight North Texas middle-school students are building their knowledge and confidence in natural science, engineering, mathematics and technology on the UT Arlington campus this week as part of the free ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp.
“An Empirical Examination of the Safety and Efficiency Implications of Patient Room Handedness” took home the Best International Research Project award this month at the 2010 Design & Health International Academy Awards at the University of Toronto in Canada. Researchers’ examination of hospital rooms designed for right or left-handed health-care workers and whether other standardization of the rooms is needed drew praise from judges.
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