News and Messages
President Karbhari in the News
Addressing oil & gas safety and health
Friday, December 19, 2014
UT Arlington President Vistasp Karbhari and Lisa London, Assistant Vice President, UT Arlington Division for Enterprise Development, recently gave opening remarks at the 4th-Biennial 2014 OSHA Oil & Gas Safety and Health Conference in Houston, ISHN magazine reported.
Women in the ranks
Thursday, September 25, 2014
A Dallas Morning News story on the inaugural Women in Law Enforcement Conference in Southlake noted that the UT Arlington police department is among the 1 percent of U.S. law enforcement agencies with a female chief. One conference speaker said simply adding more women to the ranks isn’t enough. Female officers should be rising within their own law enforcement agencies — and helping each other to do it.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities will present its President's Awards of Excellence during HACU's 28th Annual Conference Oct. 4-6 in Denver, Colo., Virtual-Strategy.com, Financial Buzz.com and Morningstar.com reported. The 2014 honorees include The University of Texas at Arlington, which earned Outstanding HACU-Member Institution in recognition of excellence in support of HACU’s mission.
Monday, September 15, 2014
Fall enrollment has reached a new record high at UT Arlington, a Fort Worth Star-Telegram editorial said. Nearly 35,000 students are calling themselves Mavericks this autumn, up 4.8 percent from the previous year. The most notable gains this year were in the engineering college, where more than 6,000 students are now enrolled – a 25 percent increase over fall 2013.
Reaching new heights
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Fall enrollment at The University of Texas at Arlington continues to set records, as enrollment has hit a new high of nearly 35,000, the Dallas Business Journal, Fort Worth Business Press, WBAP/820 AM, KLIF/550 AM and CultureMap Dallas reported. Engineering, education and nursing programs are fueling most of that growth. “We’ve been focusing on areas where there’s a workforce need. And, we’ve really been meeting those workforce needs. Students who come here know they’re going to get jobs,” UT Arlington President Vistasp Karbhari said in an interview with KXAS/NBC 5.
Leading the way
Thursday, September 11, 2014
The U.S. India Chamber held its 15th annual awards banquet last week in Dallas, where it honored UT Arlington President Vistasp Karbhari, the Dallas Morning News reported. Karbhari received the Outstanding Leader in the Field of Education Award. Raj Malik, a UT Arlington graduate, received the Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Editorial says alumni relationship essential
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
University of Texas at Arlington President Vistasp Karbhari, like other university presidents before him, is pushing hard to build and maintain strong relationships with the school’s alumni, a Fort Worth Star-Telegram editorial said. But unlike previous presidents, Karbhari may have to build on that relationship without help from the independent UT Arlington Alumni Association.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported that UT Arlington will start an alumni relations office as the 3,000-member UT Arlington Alumni Association decides how it will move forward. The group seems to be on the brink of ending, but alumni voted 52-30 against the measure Saturday.
Alumni Association to disband, University to launch alumni program
Friday, July 25, 2014
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported that the nonprofit UT Arlington Alumni Association will disband in coming months because of financial problems, but the university will simultaneously launch its own program. The story said UT Arlington will “continue to work diligently to engage all alumni and alumni groups in the life of the University.”
Karbhari makes list of top 10 Indian American educators in U.S. universities
Monday, July 21, 2014
UT Arlington President Vistasp Karbhari was included on The American Bazaar’s list of top 10 Indian American educators in U.S. universities. The story said individuals of Indian origin are leading some of the biggest and most renowned universities in the entire world, let alone within just America.
Electrical engineering researchers are participating in an $8 million Defense Department grant to significantly increase the amount of information that can be securely transmitted via the Internet and the distance it can travel.