Create a sense of place and strong identity throughout campus using landmarks, gateway buildings and improved pedestrian bridges.
Complement the City of Arlington Downtown Master Plan with a seamless transition between the campus and downtown, and then establish a link with the future stadium town center at I-30.
Use the latest technologies to enhance teaching spaces while ensuring flexibility to accommodate various learning styles and to strengthen the University’s multidisciplinary comprehensive research core.
Use civic art, open spaces and University symbols to build a stronger, richer, more traditional college campus with an enhanced reputation in the community, state and nation.
Encourage student achievement through an enriching University experience by creating culturally diverse community hubs that integrate housing, open spaces and academic facilities.
Engage the broader community as learners, teachers and partners in the development and growth of the University and downtown Arlington through a welcoming, accessible campus that opens outward.
Create a campus of outdoor rooms, shaded gardens and activity hubs punctuated with water features and interconnected by tree-lined pedestrian malls.
The campus respects and is informed by the natural regional systems in the use of native plants, climate-responsive outdoor spaces and good stewardship of water.
Identify the full and responsible capacity for growth within the University’s existing boundary by transforming underused parcels into sustainable buildings and open space.
Encourage walking, biking and the use of transit throughout the University and downtown by keeping automobiles to the periphery of campus in structured parking accessed by pedestrian-friendly streets.
Corporate gifts establish Goolsby Academy scholarship, professorship
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Professorsí book examines fast-paced families
Ceremony also honors menís track and field teams