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Public Health Advisory

Public Health Advisory

UT Arlington is monitoring reports of Ebola virus in the U.S. Requests for travel to restricted regions must be reviewed.

Nearly $1 million NSF grant will support UT Arlington doctoral students

A diverse field

A new grant from the National Science Foundation will help UT Arlington’s Bridge to the Doctorate program increase diversity in science and engineering.

UT Arlington researcher uses microscaffolding injections to mend cartilage, prevent osteoarthritis

Stem cell generation

A bioengineering professor is working on research that injects microscaffolding into a patient, spurring use of that patient's own stem cells.

Corporate sabbaticals

Corporate sabbaticals

A UT Arlington management professor's study shows that extended time off for employees can reduce stress.

Business of politics

Business of politics

A background in economics allows elected officials to recognize policies that promote business, according to Rachel Croson, dean of the UT Arlington College of Business.

Events

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Movin Mavs Home Tournament

All Day. PEB/MAC.

Exhibit of drawings of Mauricio Rocha + Gabriela Carrillo

All Day. Architecture Gallery.

Free Secure Electronic Media Destruction Week

All Day. Wetsel Service Center (WET). The Information Security Office will cover the costs…

International Education Week: UTA Study Abroad Photo Contest

All Day. University Center Gallery. View photos taken by UTA Study Abroad Alumni and vote…

MavsArt Fall 2014

All Day. first floor Central Library. This semester-long exhibit is a chance for UT Arlington…

Study Abroad Photo Contest- UC Art Gallery

8:00 am. University Center Art Gallery.

The Price of Manifest Destiny: Maps relating to Wars in the Southwest

9:00 am. 6th Floor, Central Library. The exhibit examines how maps and war interlock in…

Art Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA: Philip Van Keuren / Liz Ward

10:00 am. Fine Arts 169. Though distinctly different in their choices of medium,…

Alternative Winter Break Information Table

11:00 am. University Center.

Walk-In Hours - The Career Development Center - 1:00PM - 5:45PM

1:00 pm. 216 Davis Hall, The Career Development Center. Walk-ins are short, 15-minute sessions. Students may…

Innovation Symposium & NAI Chapter Launch

1:00 pm. College Park Center. The Innovation Symposium is a celebration of innovation…

Free Flu Shot Outreach

4:00 pm. Arlington Hall.

Graduate Students

4:00 pm. Rady Room, 601 Nedderman Hall. Intro to Non-Academic Careers Are you interested…

Mix and Mingle Networking and Etiquette Event

5:30 pm. Carlisle Suite, University Center. Make plans to attend The Career Development Center's…

Two Small Pieces of Glass

6:00 pm. Planetarium. Follow two students as they interact with an astronomer…

Cho Faculty Piano Recital

7:30 pm. Irons Recital Hall (105 Fine Arts Building). A piano recital featuring Dr. Young-Hyun Cho of the…

Athletics

BSB: Former Maverick Pence wins World Series

Former UT Arlington player Hunter Pence made it three straight years that a former Maverick player hoisted up the Commissioner's Trophy at the end of the season as the San Francisco Giants picked up Game Seven of the World Series 3-2 on Wednesday night.

MBB: Cross sets goals high for Year 2 in Sun Belt

UT Arlington coach Scott Cross said "we're in this thing to win it" on the Sun Belt Conference 2014-15 Preseason Men's Basketball Media Teleconference on Wednesday.

Maverick Club. MC: Rawlings show their pride for UTA

MC: Rawlings show their pride for UTA

"Supporting the Maverick Club, through giving, enhances opportunities for UTA to assist and reward students through additional scholarships and recognition of achievements"