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Roemer, Crow among co-authors of new UT System Academy of Distinguished Teachers book

Little Orange Book

English professor Kenneth Roemer and Education professor Mary Lynn Crow are co-authors of a new UT System Academy of Distinguished Teaching book aimed at inspiring excellence in teaching.

Extreme weather

Extreme weather

KERA 90.1 FM reported on a new earth science study that predicts the impact extreme weather and climate change will have on roads, railways and other infrastructure.

Hogg Foundation for Mental Health grants and Lifetime Achievement Award recognize work of Social Work professor

Depression, race and faith

Research on mental health and resilience among people of diverse races and faiths earns multiple grants and recognition for a School of Social Work associate professor.

Policing practices

Policing practices

History Chair Marvin Dulaney examined how the impacts of 17th century policing still reverberate in society today for a piece in The Crime Report.

Sustainable roads

Sustainable roads

UT Arlington civil engineers are working with TXDoT to determine the most durable, cost-efficient asphalt mixes to make roads surfaces longer lasting.

Events

Friday, May 22, 2015

Classes continue

All Day.

Late registration

All Day.

Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico

9:00 am. Central Library sixth floor. A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington…

Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom

9:00 am. Central Library sixth floor. This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries,…

"Testament"

12:00 pm. Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102. Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged…

Dynamic Earth

6:00 pm. Planetarium.

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Late registration

All Day.

Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico

9:00 am. Central Library sixth floor. A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington…

Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom

9:00 am. Central Library sixth floor. This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries,…

Secret of the Cardboard Rocket

1:00 pm. Planetarium. Join two children on a magical journey through the…

Black Holes

2:30 pm. Planetarium. Take the ultimate journey in space and time! Learn…

Dynamic Earth

5:30 pm. Planetarium.

"Testament"

6:00 pm. Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102. Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged…

Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon

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

Mejia Ballet Spring Repertoire

8:00 pm. Texas Hall.

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Late registration

All Day.

Athletics

BSB: UTA falls to Texas State

No. 7 UT Arlington fell behind early and was unable to complete a comeback as it fell to No. 6 Texas State 10-2 at Riddle-Pace Field on Thursday night.

W. Tennis. WT: Thoms and de los Rios fall at Nationals

WT: Thoms and de los Rios fall at Nationals

UT Arlington women's tennis team was represented at the 2015 NCAA Division I Doubles Championship by junior, Elizabeth Thoms and sophomore Angeles de los Rios on Thursday afternoon.

BSB: Mavs blow past Trojans in SBC Championship opener

UTA registered season highs in hits and home runs against Troy in the opening round of the SBC Baseball Championship on Wednesday night.