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UTA chemist will use $1 million NASA grant to develop platform for detecting amino acids

Building on research

Purnendu “Sandy” Dasgupta, Hamish Small Chair in Ion Analysis of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the College of Science, has been awarded a $1 million NASA grant to further the search for amino acids.

UT Arlington professor’s poetry earns international award

More than words

UT Arlington associate professor of Spanish, Ignacio Ruiz-Pérez, has earned international recognition for his work of poetry, Libro de la ceniza (Book of Ashes).

Treasure in a landfill

Treasure in a landfill

KERA interviewed Sahadat Hossain, a UTA civil engineering professor, in a story about how technology is increasing methane production in the city of Denton landfill. That methane is then converted to energy, which powers several thousand Denton homes. Hossain is collaborating with colleague Melanie Sattler on the project.

Pothole data

Pothole data

CBS 11/KTVT interviewed Gautam Das, a UT Arlington computer science and engineering professor, about a new Google technology that would collect pothole location and information through GPS and send that data to the company's databases. Das also heads up UTA's Database Exploration Laboratory.

STEM Academy

STEM Academy

UTA and the Arlington school district kicked off a new STEM Academy at Martin High School on Monday. The Academy offers high school students the opportunity to earn early college credit along four science, technology, engineering and math pathways, Univision Dallas/KUVN 39 reported.

Events

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Late Registration

All Day.

First day of classes

All Day.

Maverick Stampede

All Day. UT Arlington Campus. Maverick Stampede is the official kick-off to the new…

Ringside: Memories of World Class Championship Wrestling

9:00 am. Central Library sixth floor. Exhibit features 34 photos taken by Cirrus Bonneau,…

Walk-In Hours - The Career Development Center - 1:00PM - 5:45PM

1:00 pm. 216 Davis Hall, The Career Development Center. Walk-ins are short, 15-minute sessions. Students may…

Discount Texas Ranger Tickets

1:05 pm. Globe Life Park in Arlington. Texas Rangers vs. Blue Jays Visit www.texasrangers.com/grouptickets,…

Wet 'n' Wild

5:00 pm. The Maverick Activities Center Pool. Stop by to cool off and enjoy this one of a kind water…

Back to school games

6:00 pm. MAC.

Cosmic Origins Spectrograph

6:00 pm. Planetarium. Discover the Hubble Space Telescope's C.O.S. instrument,…

Movin' Mavs/Lady Movin' Mavs Back to School Game

6:30 pm. Maverick Activities Center. Join both the Movin' Mavs and the Lady Movin' Mavs…

Dive-In Movie: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

9:00 pm. Pool Behind the Maverick Activities Center . Campus Recreation and EXCEL Campus Activities invites…

Dive-In Movie

9:00 pm. MAC Outdoor Pool. Have you ever wanted to watch a movie on a big screen…

Friday, August 28, 2015

Late Registration

All Day.

Maverick Stampede

All Day. UT Arlington Campus. Maverick Stampede is the official kick-off to the new…

Ambassador Ask Me Days

8:00 am. Various Locations On Campus. The UTA Ambassadors will be available on campus to…

Ringside: Memories of World Class Championship Wrestling

9:00 am. Central Library sixth floor. Exhibit features 34 photos taken by Cirrus Bonneau,…

Athletics

Mavs welcomed back at Letterwinner Awards Ceremony

UT Arlington student-athletes were welcomed back to campus on Tuesday as they came together at the Welcome Back Luncheon and Letterwinner Awards Ceremony.

MG: Deane qualifies for 2016 PGA Professional Championship

UT Arlington golf coach Stuart Deane qualified for the 2016 PGA Professional Championship after finishing seventh at the Northern Texas PGA Professional Championship.

Cross Country. XC: Cross country teams picked first, second in league poll

XC: Cross country teams picked first, second in league poll

The UT Arlington men are favored to win the Sun Belt Conference cross country title this year, while the Mavericks women’s squad is picked second according to tight votes in the 2015 Cross Country Preseason Polls by the conference’s nine men’s and 11 women’s head coaches.