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UTA enzyme research opens doors to developing new inhibitors for arthritis

New hope for arthritis

UTA enzyme research that opens doors to developing new inhibitors for arthritis was published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Biology Chair Clay Clark led the project.

UTA advances toward Tier 1 status, graduates more than 200 Ph.Ds, increases research expenditures by nearly 9 percent to $85 million

Toward Tier 1

UTA continues to move steadily toward Tier 1 status, graduating more than 200 doctorates for the third year in a row and generating research expenditures in excess of $85 million, up nearly nine percent from the year before.

UTA researcher using nanotechnology to target inoperable tumors from the inside out

Tackling tumors

A UTA professor in the Materials Science and Engineering Department is working on research through a National Institutes of Health grant that would create better nanotechnology to treat inoperable cancer tumors.

TxDOT implementation contract with UTA aims to reduce pavement cracking, improve slope stabilization

Road improvement

A UTA civil engineering professor is implementing a system for the Texas Department of Transportation that will help reduce cracking in highway pavement and stabilize highway slopes when soil begins to shift.

New Vice President for Enrollment appointed at UTA

New leader

Dr. Troy Johnson, Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management at Illinois State University, joins UTA this November as the new Vice President for Enrollment Management.

Athletics

XC: Different paths to stardom for UTA runners

One was born to run, while the other stumbled into a love for running. Together, senior Craig Lautenslager and junior Michael Guerrero have helped lead the UT Arlington cross country program down a previously unchartered path.

MT: Mavs in Tulsa and Houston as squads split for competition

UT Arlington men's tennis will be on the national stage this weekend when it travels to the 2016 Saint France Health System ITA Men's All-American Championships in Tulsa, Okla. on Saturday.

MG: Mavericks Conclude Play At Mark Simpson CU Invite

Senior Josh Radcliff rebounded from a tough second round to card a team-low 1-under par 71 and the Mavericks finished in a tie for 9th at the Mark Simpson Colorado Invitational to open the season.

Videos

Blazing Trails in Engineering play video

Blazing Trails in Engineering

UTA graduate Mindy Carmichael is the first woman to be named Director of Public Works and Transportation for the City of Arlington.

Mavs at the Ballgame play video

Mavs at the Ballgame

Maverick students and alums gathered to cheer on the Texas Rangers during UTA Night at the Ballpark. From the ceremonial first pitch to the final out, UTA fans bonded over baseball.

New Engineering Leader play video

New Engineering Leader

Peter Crouch joined the UTA faculty as dean of the College of Engineering on August 22. He plans to build new global partnerships to cement UTA's status as a nationally-ranked cutting edge engineering college.

Revolutionary New Space play video

Revolutionary New Space

UTA's new Career Development Center will serve the workforce development needs of students, graduates and the North Texas region in a revolutionary way.