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School of Social Work wins grant to educate Hispanic patients about depression, reduce barriers to treatment

Depression among Hispanics

Katherine Sanchez, assistant professor in the UTA School of Social Work, will use a federal grant to educate Hispanic patients about depression and reduce barriers to treatment.

Beyond the decision

Beyond the decision

Jason Shelton, associate professor of sociology, cites decades-long poverty, inadequate public education system and unemployment as underlying issues that preceded recent unrest in Ferguson, Mo.

More to Thanksgiving than feasts

More to Thanksgiving than feasts

"There is a hunger for language. Reconnecting with tribal languages nourishes the soul," wrote Colleen Fitzgerald, professor of linguistics, in a published commentary.

Policy shapers

Policy shapers

UT Arlington associate professor of political science Brent Sasley says civil-military relations in Israel provide good examples of the impact that a security network can have on policy making.

UT Arlington recognized for education of minority nurses

High degree of success

Diverse Issues in Higher Education ranks UT Arlington's nursing program third in the nation for helping minority students attain a bachelor's degree.

Events

Friday, November 28, 2014

"Statera - Hymns of Balance"

All Day. Architecture Gallery. Paintings of Andrew Kochie

Thanksgiving Holidays

All Day.

MavsArt Fall 2014

All Day. first floor Central Library. This semester-long exhibit is a chance for UT Arlington…

Central Library Holiday Hours and Closings

9:00 am. Central Library. Central Library will reopen 9 a.m.

Science and Engineering Library Holiday Hours and Closures

10:00 am. Science and Engineering Library, Nedderman Hall. The Science and Engineering Library will reopen 10…

Architecture and Fine Arts Library Holiday Hours and Closings

10:00 am. Architecture and Fine Arts Library, Architecture Building. The Architecture and Fine Arts Library will reopen…

Saturday, November 29, 2014

MavsArt Fall 2014

All Day. first floor Central Library. This semester-long exhibit is a chance for UT Arlington…

The Price of Manifest Destiny: Maps relating to Wars in the Southwest

9:00 am. 6th Floor, Central Library. The exhibit examines how maps and war interlock in…

One World, One Sky

1:00 pm. Planetarium. Discover the night sky with Big Bird, Elmo and their…

Two Small Pieces of Glass

2:30 pm. Planetarium. Follow two students as they interact with an astronomer…

We Are Astronomers

5:30 pm. Planetarium. Do you know what an astronomer does? Today's astronomer…

Pink Floyd - The Wall

7:00 pm. Planetarium. Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine…

Sunday, November 30, 2014

MavsArt Fall 2014

All Day. first floor Central Library. This semester-long exhibit is a chance for UT Arlington…

Astronaut

1:30 pm. Planetarium. See what it takes to become an Astronaut and the effect…

Spacepark 360: Infinity

3:00 pm. Planetarium. The fastest fulldome show continues with 9 all new…

Monday, December 1, 2014

"Statera - Hymns of Balance"

All Day. Architecture Gallery. Paintings of Andrew Kochie

Athletics

VB: Mavericks season comes to end in Sun Belt Semifinals

Fourth-seeded UT Arlington took a semifinals 3-0 loss (6-25, 17-25, 15-25) in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament to top-seeded UALR on Friday afternoon in Strahan Coliseum.

VB: Four-set win sends Mavericks to Sun Belt Semifinals

There was plenty to be thankful about for UT Arlington in its opening round matchup of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament as the Mavericks gobbled up Appalachian State in four sets (16-25, 25-20, 25-22, 25-21) on Thursday afternoon.

MBB: Mavs celebrate Thanksgiving in Montana

Surprisingly, safe passage across the country wasn't at the top of the thankful list for UT Arlington men's basketball this Thanksgiving.