The University of Texas at Arlington

The University of Texas at Arlington has been awarded a grant from the United States Department of Education to conduct an Upward Bound Math & Science Center. The UT Arlington Upward Bound Math & Science Center provides to the eligible students the assistance necessary to strengthen their math and science education and assist them in demonstrating competencies in the subject areas required for graduation and success in MSE. The objectives of the program are designed to meet the specific needs of each individual participant. Assistance to the students is provided through the continual academic year activities and the academically intensive six week summer residential component on the UT Arlington campus. Through out the year, students participate in highly motivating math, science and engineering activities during the Academic Year component and Summer Residential component. More....




Local Program:

    February 2015
  • E3 Saturday Activity: 7th
  • Weekly Tutoring: 9th – 12th
  • E3 Saturday Activity: 21st , depart 8:15 am
  • BNSF TAD: 9:30-3:30pm
  • Weekly Tutoring: 23rd – 26th

  • March 2015
  • E3 Saturday Activity: 7th
  • Spring Break Camp Retreat: 11th - 13th
  • E3 Saturday Activity: 21st
  • Weekly Tutoring: 24rd - 26th




State Program
:

    February 2015
  • Recorded VC Session: 4th-30th
  • OTA/Tutoring: 12th, 6-7pm
  • Summer Intent form Due: 20th
  • Feb ICCP Due: 27th

  • March 2015
  • Online Tutoring: 3rd
  • Recorded VC Session: 4th - 27th
  • Spring Break: 9-13th
  • 1-on-1 Phone Session: 23rd - 25th
  • March ICCP Due: 27th



  • Archived Pictures (2007-2009)


  • Siemens Competition


    Participants competed in the 2014 Siemens Competition in Math, Science, and Technology. Extensive amounts of time and commitment have gone into these projects. They have been commended for their efforts, and challenged to continue their efforts in the STEM career field. Click on the names of the students below to view their projects.

    Aaron Juarez’s Siemens Report (Student from Transmountain HS)

    Jazmyn Balboa & Karla Martinez’s Siemens Report (Student from Somerset HS)




  • Participants accepted into the UT Arlington as of November 10, 2014


    LP: Maria Amador, Christopher Escamilla, Hayleigh Fiscus, Jacqueline Gonzalez, Itzel Morales (5)

    SP: Cynthia Diaz De Leon, Elizabeth Henderson, Aaron Juarez, Daisy Marquez, Karla Martinez (5)


  • 2013-14 Scholarship Awards


    2013 TASSSP Matthew W. Taylor Scholarship Recipient: Karla Martinez (SP)

    2014 Gates Millennium Scholarship Finalists: Jennifer Roca (LP), Marla Baltazar (SP)