Leading UT Arlington physicist and member of the National Academy of Science wins American Physical Society instrumentation award for lifetime contributions to particle physics.
A UTA aerospace engineering professor is leading a team that will build a hypersonic testing facility that will assess heat shields under conditions the materials would experience in leaving or entering the Earth's atmosphere.
A UT Arlington-Tarrant Regional Water District project at the Eagle Mountain Lake dam will provide future investigators a framework by which to evaluate other dams' structural viability after earthquakes.
Diane Mitschke, associate professor in the UTA School of Social Work and director of the Master of Social Work Program, was interviewed for a Fort Worth Star-Telegram story about efforts to help displaced refugees now living in the Dallas-Fort Worth region.
Pregnancy & Newborn magazine interviewed Priscila Caçola, a UTA assistant professor of kinesiology, about infants’ social development. Along with language and eye contact, movement is an essential factor, Caçola said.