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High schools in Fort Worth, Arlington and the Grapevine-Colleyville school district have signed on to stage future commencement exercises in UT Arlington’s new College Park Center.
A legendary Dallas Cowboys running back and the former governor of Florida are two of the speakers bringing star power to UT Arlington
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.
The University of Texas at Arlington will make going green a little easier for motorists with the addition of a free public charging station for electric vehicles.
The move will elevate the University's competitive sports programs and increase its national profile.
A new, landmark gateway welcoming visitors to The University of Texas at Arlington is rising at UTA Boulevard and South Cooper Street.
University, city and community leaders will gather in The Green at College Park Tuesday, April 5, to officially open the innovative green space that anchors College Park District to the south and embodies Arlington’s progress toward urban renewal.
Humanitarian Maresca to deliver lecture titled "Education for the World of Tomorrow".
The Planetarium at The University of Texas at Arlington is using NASA funding to explore the mysteries of Earth’s closest and most important star in “Magnificent Sun,” an original feature film set to premier Thursday. The 45-minute planetarium show is the third in a series developed by Manfred Cuntz , a UT Arlington associate professor of physics, and the planetarium staff over the past three years. Funding for “Magnificent Sun” came from a $ 30,000 public outreach supplemental grant from NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Physics program. Cuntz’s research, conducted with solar physicist David Hathaway of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., focuses on the structure of the solar surface, particularly convective patterns.
UT Arlington breaks ground on College Park, announces 20-acre College Park District
Internationally renowned artist Alfredo Jaar will offer insight into his award-winning work during a special presentation at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010, in the Architecture Building, Room 204.
“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.
The University of Texas at Arlington's $78 million Special Events Center, designed with sustainability in mind, will have a landscape and adjacent park that is certifiably green, too.
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