UTA researchers are working with Boeing, NASA and Massachusetts Institute of Technology to better understand the role that social networks play in the completion rates and academic performance of students taking online courses.
A UTA history professor is fighting time to save historical documents in Cuba before they are lost to the elements. David LaFevor, a UTA history professor, has been working on saving the documents since 2015. Many of the documents shed light on the slave trade, an integral part of Cuba’s colonial history that was intertwined with that of the United States.
This weekend UTA hosted the launch of a multi-year collaborative project among 10 leading educational institutions that aims to increase the number of university faculty from under-represented minority groups.
A day-long immigration forum at UTA will feature thoughtful panel discussions, theatrical performances and a captivating keynote address.
The right amount of diet and exercise can help lessen damage to the heart and skeletal muscles brought on by malaria, according to a new UTA study.