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Grant continues the ExxonMobil Science Ambassador Program

Science Ambassadors Trevor Henry, Anusha Sulladmath and Shaliza Ismaili amaze Gililland Elementary third-grader Fred Tshitoko with their “magic” science show.

Science Ambassadors Trevor Henry, Anusha Sulladmath and Shaliza Ismaili amaze Gililland Elementary third-grader Fred Tshitoko with their “magic” science show. The UT Arlington students immersed flowers in liquid nitrogen to demonstrate what happens to living organisms when they’re frozen. The College of Science recently received a $50,000 grant from the ExxonMobil Foundation to continue the ExxonMobil Science Ambassador Program, which has put on more than 250 shows for nearly 20,000 area elementary, middle and high school students since October 2007.

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Designed for glory

Alumni played major roles in the design and construction of the Dallas Cowboys’ new stadium in Arlington.

Buzz cuts

A summary of noteworthy happenings on campus

Igniting innovation

Commercialization grants aim to turn research into marketable enterprises

The Maverick Match

Giving program leverages natural gas royalties

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University research endeavors

President Spaniolo presents ring to Dickie Fears

A true original

Trailblazing cheerleader among first to receive new ring

Donors feted at Cowboys Stadium

Hundreds of UT Arlington donors and special guests gathered at Cowboys Stadium

Maverick glory

A women's tennis championship and strong showings by other teams produce a memorable spring season