Dallas CIO Leadership Association names UTA executive as a finalist in its chief information officer of the year award.
A UTA graduate student in architecture has won a statewide competition for design of a Dallas high-speed rail station. Her winning design is an elevated station to easily traverse Dallas' many highways with parking retail shops and restaurants underneath the station.
UTA recognized 17 student scholarship recipients at the annual Mary I. Gourley Foundation Scholarship Luncheon. The foundation provides financial assistance to single parents.
A new adoption study led by researchers with the UTA School of Social Work and The Donaldson Adoption Institute reveals a need for best practice guidelines in options counseling for women who relinquish their parental rights.
A UTA electrical engineering professor was named a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers for his work in an area called fuzzy logic, which is used to create efficient computing methods that are tolerant of imprecise inputs. Qilian Liang, the new IEEE Fellow, also is an expert in radar and wireless sensor networks, wireless communications, compressive sensing and smart grids.