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UTA ranked among best for Native American students

Native American excellence

The premier publication for prospective Native American college students has again ranked The University of Texas at Arlington among the nation’s best universities for Native American, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian students to study science, technology, engineering and math.

Academic excellence

Academic excellence

The UTA men's basketball team received a Team Academic Excellence Award from the National Association of Basketball Coaches. UTA, which posted a 3.0 grade point average in the spring, was one of just two Sun Belt Conference programs to earn the honor.

UTA biologist wins NSF CAREER grant to study effects of predators on the evolution of Daphnia water fleas

Evolutionary biology

Matthew Walsh, an assistant professor of biology, has been awarded a five-year, $600,000 grant from the NSF’s Faculty Early Career Development Program. His project is titled “CAREER: Does behavioral plasticity promote or constrain adaptation? A test using resurrection,” and will address a long-standing question in evolutionary biology.

UTA researcher’s book looks at quality-of-life concerns associated with urban sprawl

Costs of Sprawl

A new book, co-authored by UTA's Shima Hamidi in the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs, empirically shows how badly sprawl affects health and other quality-of-life outcomes.

UTA mechanical engineer publishes findings that show brain damage that could occur from blast-induced cavitation

Neural knowledge

UTA published research findings in Scientific Reports that shows a link between battlefield blasts, bubbles in the brain and neuronal damage. Ashfaq Adnan led the published research, which stems from an Office of Naval Research Warfighter Performance grant.

Athletics

Track & Field. T&F/XC: 2016-17 #MavCity Moments

T&F/XC: 2016-17 #MavCity Moments

The men's track and field and cross country teams pulled off a rare triple crown during 2016-17.

M. Basketball. UTA student-athletes pose for the cameras

UTA student-athletes pose for the cameras

UTA volleyball and basketball student-athletes put on their best poses during their annual Photo Day.

SB: Fox to leave UTA, accepts head coaching position at UNLV

Kristie Fox compiled a 134-137 in five seasons at the helm of UTA softball, reaching the NISC in 2017.

Videos

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"Hallewood" bound

Veronica Sanders was once a teenage mom with few career options ahead of her.  She found UTA, discovered a passion for design, and recently landed a Hollywood star as a client.

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#MavGrad2017: Ana Rios-Amaro

Born and raised in Texas to parents who migrated from Mexico, Ana Rios-Amaro is the first member of her family to graduate from college.  She is receiving a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and she plans to go on to obtain an MBA.

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#MavGrad2017: Jason Simmons

During eight years as a U.S. Marine, Jason Simmons experienced five deploymnets.  He overcame severe PTSD and discovered a passion for helping veterans facing similar struggles.  He is graduating from UTA with a Master of Social Work.

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Outstanding alumni

The University of Texas at Arlington congratulates its alumni named to the Fort Worth Business Press 2017 "40 Under 40" List.