UT Arlington and others topped the Dallas Business Journal's list of value-added universities in an article investigating what a person's degree is worth.
Sustainable design of cities is part of a new degree program that melds engineering, architecture.
The University is opening a San Jose, Calif.-based office to attempt to connect technology created here with Silicon Valley entrepreneurs that might commercialize that UTA innovation.
A comprehensive new study led by George Siemens, executive director of the UT Arlington LINK Lab, examines the role that technology plays in higher education and offers steps that universities of tomorrow can take to support student learning.
UT Arlington prepares to unveil a high-tech ‘Smart Care’ apartment designed to improve health care for seniors and people with disabilities. The innovative technology involved was developed by UT Arlington engineering and nursing faculty.