UTA has achieved Carnegie "highest research activity" status, joining a distinguished group of 115 institutions including Harvard, MIT and Johns Hopkins in the R1 category.
Military Times named UTA's College of Business as one of the best 50 business schools in the nation for veterans. The University serves more than 3,000 student veterans or dependents of military veterans.
UTA's 21st Annual Scholarship Benefit Powwow and designation as a top college for Native American students strengthen the University's commitment to Native American students and community.
An electrical engineering assistant professor is developing an all-liquid, optofluidic laser that could lead to quicker cancer detection of patients in doctors' offices. Yuze "Alice" Sun received an NSF Early CAREER Award grant to perform the research.
GM has partnered with LULAC to open a new technology center on the UTA campus, KXAS/NBC 5 reported. Students and community members may use the space at the Center for Mexican American Studies to engage in STEM studies.