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UTA Institute of Urban Studies to investigate walkability of downtown Dallas

Friendlier streets

Students from CAPPA’s Institute of Urban Studies are embarking on an analysis of pedestrian traffic in downtown Dallas. The student researchers will evaluate characteristics including density, block size, noise levels, parks and landscapes, building uses, active storefronts and other aspects in the downtown area.

Dream among the stars

Dream among the stars

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp held at UTA offered inspiration to 40 North Texas middle school students interested in science, technology, engineering and math.

Electric motor FSAE car to make competitive debut at 16th Annual Texas Autocross Weekend July 9-10

Battery powered

The 16th Annual Texas Autocross Weekend, scheduled July 9-10 on The University of Texas at Arlington campus, will feature a student-designed, all-electric vehicle for the first time in competition. Dozen of college teams will compete for bragging rights that weekend in formula-style cars.

July 2 All-Star Football Classic highlights increasing commitment and engagement of UTA to Native American students and faculty

More than a game

High school graduates from Native American tribes across the U.S. and Canada will gather at UTA for a week filled with academic activities, friendship and competition that culminates with the 14th annual Native All-Star Football Classic July 2 at UTA’s Maverick Stadium.

 UT System honors three UTA faculty members with Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Awards

Teaching awards

Three UTA faculty members are among University of Texas System educators honored with 2016 Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Awards for excellence in the classroom. Honorees are nominated based on recommendations from department chairs, deans and committees.

Athletics

T&F: Track alumni Vaughn and Butler set for U.S. Olympic Trials

A pair of former UT Arlington sprinters, Clayton Vaughn and Quentin Butler, will be bidding for spots on the U.S. Olympic Team this weekend at the Track & Field Olympic Team Trials in Eugene, Ore.

BestOf15-16: Mendoza's record-breaking season

The UT Arlington sports year was filled with upsets, championships, buzzer-beaters and memorable performances that will go down in Maverick history.

WBB: Lady Mavs hard at work in summer workouts

The UT Arlington Lady Mavericks basketball team is hard at work in its summer workout program.

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"Anything is possible"

UTA President Vistasp Karbhari encouraged participants in the 2016 Native ReVision All-Star Football Classic to dream of ways to make a lasting impact on the world around them.

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Courage and Sacrifice

Listed in the Top 200 Colleges for Native Americans, UTA is committed to serving students like Stephanie Vielle, a Marine Corps Veteran and president of UTA's Native American Student Association. 

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Native American Excellence

Recent Native American high school graduates are gathering on the UTA campus for the annual Native ReVision All-Star Football Classic. Harold Rogers is a shining example of excellence among UTA's Native American students.

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International Change

The U.S. Department of State selected UTA as the host site for two adaptive sports advocates from Ethiopia. The pair spent three weeks on campus and hope to replicate UTA's succesful programs back home, where access and equality are lacking.