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Racial, ethnic, gender bias occurs in pathway from teacher to principal

Pathway to principal

A new College of Education study shows that race and sex still have an impact when public school teachers begin their ascent toward becoming a principal.

Bachelor’s degree in construction management to meet growing workforce demands

New degree

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board recently approved a new bachelor's degree in construction management for The University of Texas at Arlington. Enrollment started this semester.

UTA researcher earns TxDOT contract to use geocells to improve pavement infrastructure

Improving infrastructure

A UTA civil engineering researcher will work with the Texas Department of Transportation to fill geocells with recycled materials that could lead to stronger, longer-lasting roads.

Surrounding real estate shows increase in value if near transit station

Transit value

A UTA urban planning researcher discovered that single-family real estate values around transit stations increase only slightly but multi-family and commercial property values around those stations increase dramatically.

Study provides new insight into different forms of heart failure

New tool for fighting heart disease

College of Nursing and Health Innovation Professor Mark Haykowsky led a team of researchers in using a novel noninvasive technique to measure oxygen consumption in the legs of heart failure patients.

Athletics

BSB: UTA 7, No. 23 DBU 9 - Postgame Notes

BSB: UTA 7, No. 23 DBU 9 - Postgame Notes

BSB: No. 23 Dallas Baptist Edges UTA

No. 23 Dallas Baptist scored seven runs combined over the fifth and sixth innings to post a 9-7 win at UTA

SB: Clakley lifts UTA to split against Red Flash

UTA defeated Saint Francis 6-0 in Game 2 to split the day against the Red Flash at Allan Saxe Field.

Videos

Tomorrow's teachers play video

Tomorrow's teachers

Grand Prairie high school students now have a clear, streamlined path to a degree in education and a career as a bilingual or ESL teacher thanks to a new UTA partnership.

Innovators and Entrepreneurs play video

Innovators and Entrepreneurs

More than 300 people from across North Texas participated in InnovationDay@UTA.

Cancer Crusaders play video

Cancer Crusaders

The University of Texas at Arlington is harnassing expertise from across campus to discover new ways to find, treat, and prevent cancer.

Humble beginnings play video

Humble beginnings

The Planetarium at UTA is one of the largest planetariums in the state. It would not be the icon it is today without the vision of two beloved professors from the College of Science.