Engineering a brighter future

Construction on the Engineering Research Building is bringing dramatic changes

Engineering Research Building
 
Construction on the Engineering Research Building is bringing dramatic changes to the north side of campus. The façade of the 234,000-square-foot structure is complete, and work has begun inside to install sheetrock, ceiling components, lab equipment and interior finishes. Scheduled to open in early 2011, the $116million facility includes space for multidisciplinary research and teaching labsfor the College of Engineering and the College of Science and is being designed to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification. Follow the progress at www.uta.edu/engineering/coewebcam.
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Creating the next Einsteins

UT Arlington has embarked on an aggressive campaign to interest more students in science and mathematics

Joel Chaverri

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Enhanced University programs and new GI Bill draw veterans to campus

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Wendell Nedderman and Jim Thompson

Alumni photo gallery

Reception honoring lifetime members

Ed and Anne Morton

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