- Academy of Distinguished Teachers
Faculty are selected each spring based on outstanding teaching.
- Academy of Distinguished Scholars
Faculty are selected each spring based on outstanding research.
Grants and Leaves
- Research Enhancement Program
Grants to support research and professional creative activity.
- Faculty Development Leave
Leave program to support faculty publication, research, teaching, and creative activities.
- Request for Leaves of Absence
Leave of absence for faculty and staff without pay.
- Faculty Guide
The Faculty Guide is designed to inform faculty and staff about the rules, policies, and procedures related to UT Arlington. It is composed of a collection of links to documents and web pages that are maintained and updated regularly such as the UT Arlington Handbook of Operating Procedures and the UT System Regent’s Rules and Regulations.
- Faculty-to-Faculty Mentoring Program
Designed to match newly-appointed, tenure-track faculty with respected tenured faculty from another college or school at UT Arlington.
- Teaching Circles
Small faculty discussion groups that focus on issues related to teaching and learning such as active learning, technology in the classroom, and assessment.
- Instructional Support Sessions
Sessions on teaching strategies, techniques and tools are delivered each fall semester by Dr. Mary Lynn Crow, Professor in the College of Education.
- Research and Creative Activity Support Sessions
Sessions on research strategies, techniques and tools are delivered periodically in conjunction with the Office of Research Administration.
New Faculty Orientation Resource Materials
- New Faculty Orientation
This resource was created for New Faculty Orientation and is updated each August. Questions about specific programs and support services should be directed to the units represented. Comments may be addressed to David Silva, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs.
UT Arlington Strategic Plan
- UT Arlington Strategic Plan, 2010-2020
Documents and provides information related to the University’s strategic planning process.
A $1.35 million National Science Foundation grant is helping researchers develop smart skin applications and sensor garments to make robots more lifelike.