UTA President Vistasp Karbhari reminds us that mutual respect, civil discourse, support, collaboration, leadership, service, inclusion, and diversity are the core principles upon which UTA is built.
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.
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.
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.
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.