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UTA study shows exercise, diet could offset effects of malaria

Fighting malaria

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.

NAACP president speech highlights annual Martin Luther King event

MLK banquet

The NAACP president and CEO will address the annual MLK Advancing the Dream Awards Banquet Friday at the University Center. The theme of his speech is “A Nation of Freedom and Justice.”

UTA strengthens commitment to Arlington ISD students in need of mental health services

Partners in health

The University of Texas at Arlington is renewing its partnership with Arlington Independent School District to provide free treatment for students who show signs of disorders or mental health issues.

UTA researchers to develop faster, cheaper methods to synthesize chemical compounds used in drug discovery, development

Helping drug development

UTA researchers are working to develop faster, cheaper methods to synthesize chemical compounds used in drug discovery and development. The project is funded by a $424,720 grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences.

Transfer paths

Transfer paths

UTA President Vistasp Karbhari spoke with The Chronicle of Higher Education about the University's efforts to help transfer students find a clear path to a degree through a partnership with Tarrant County College.

Athletics

M. Basketball. UT Arlington holds off South Alabama's rally for 89-83 win

UT Arlington holds off South Alabama's rally for 89-83 win

UTA used a second half run to claim an 89-83 win at South Alabama.

MBB: UT Arlington 89, South Alabama 83 - Postgame Quotes

Postgame comments from Scott Cross and Kevin Hervey following the team's win at South Alabama.

MBB: UT Arlington 89, South Alabama 83 - Postgame Notes

Postgame notes following UTA's 89-83 men's basketball win at South Alabama.

Videos

UTA film shares history, teaches safety play video

UTA film shares history, teaches safety

UTA's Department of Art and Art History produced a documentary that honors victims of a coal mining disaster while providing critical safety training.

#MavGrad 2016 play video

#MavGrad 2016

Congratulations, Class of 2016! A record number of UTA students received their degrees during commencement exercises December 15-17 at College Park Center.

#MavGrad 2016:  Taylor Smith play video

#MavGrad 2016: Taylor Smith

Taylor Smith was five years old when she posed for a UTA ad. She is now 22 and graduating from UTA with a Bachelor of Science in nursing.

#MavGrad 2016:  Mayank Jain play video

#MavGrad 2016: Mayank Jain

Mayank Jain says UTA transformed his life. He chose to attend the University for grad school in order to study under a professor whose research he had long admired.