Like our students, faculty, and hometown, UT Arlington is on the rise. Our commitment to research has only deepened as our campus has grown to accommodate some of the most advanced facilities of any Texas university. Explore and learn more about what's behind all of our accomplishments.
Electronic Research Administration (ERA)
Electronic Research Administration (ERA) is a multi-disciplinary group of individuals that share a passion for web development. ERA was established under the Office of Research Administration to serve the needs of the growing campus research community and facilitate and reduce to practice the various electronic initiatives at the Office of Research Administration. Learn more >
Center for Online Development (CODe)
Center for Online Development (CODe) works with faculty members of various departments in order to understand theirunique needs regarding their research projects and design systems usingproven best practices to streamline processes that increase transparency and productivity. Visit Website >
Core Enterprise Group Meetings
Second Tuesday of Every Month
The University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute (UTARI)
7300 Jack Newell Blvd. S.
Fort Worth, TX 76118
The Commercialization of Research Core Enterprise meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month at the University of Texas Research Institute (UTARI). Co-Chaired by Vice President of Research for UTA, Dr. Carolyn Cason, and UTARI Executive Director, Lieutenant General (Retired) Rick Lynch, the meetings are focused on how to improve the process and procedures of commercializing research at UTA. Commercialization of research is critical for UTA on its path to become a Tier I nationally recognized Research University.
For more information on the Commercialization of Core Enterprise meetings, contact Todd Buchs, Business Development Officer at UTARI at 817-272-5971 or email@example.com
Translational Research Advancement Network to Support, Fund, Organize, Roll-Out, and Motivate UT Innovations
A new funding program has been announced to support innovation and entrepreneurial activities at all UT campuses (UT Transform Program). They are now ready to receive your ideas and funding proposals! UT TRANSFORM provides up to $10,000 in seed funding for innovative commercialization projects in development from UT Systems Institutions. To apply for seed funding and read more about any rules and guidelines, go to http://loyacenter.utep.edu/ut-transform/seed_funding_competition.php. Applications will be evaluated as they are submitted. Funds are limited, so earlier applications may have greater access to available funds.
Should you have any questions regarding this process please contact one of the following Investigators of the UT Transform grant: