The UTA Libraries unveil new website showcasing the Texas Disability History Collection. Documents, videos, images and oral histories emphasizing the work of various disability advocates who were students, faculty or staff at the University are featured.
The UTA College of Liberal Arts has awarded six seed grants to innovative research projects that address concerns such as symptom relief and healing for disabled veterans, the HPV health crisis among America’s youth, and the effects of climate change and social conflict issues.
KDFW/Fox 4 interviewed Kevin Schug, UTA’s Shimadzu Distinguished Professor of Analytical Chemistry, about the discovery that a Dallas elementary school was built on land contaminated by a gas station and dry cleaner.
UTA honors exemplary alumni who have represented the University through professional achievement, community engagement, and loyalty to their alma mater. Five alumni will be recognized at the Distinguished Alumni Awards banquet held on the UTA campus on Nov. 10.
Forbes reported that UTA chemists have partnered with Apache Corp. to conduct a baseline water quality study of groundwater and surface water in the newly discovered Alpine High resource play in West Texas.