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Bursts of creativity on display at UTA’s popular glass art sale and show

Glass art sale

Students from The University of Texas at Arlington’s Art and Art History program will demonstrate how they form and shape hot molten glass into exquisite artwork during the annual Glass Art Sale and Show Saturday, April 1.

UTA biologist concludes that the body’s own immune system regulates bacterial communities in the intestine to promote health

Developing new oral vaccines

Researchers at UTA and University of Utah have concluded that the body’s own immune response regulates the composition of bacterial communities in the intestine that improve health and help fight off infections.

UTA biologist quantifying coral species’ disease susceptibility by examining immune traits

Saving coral reefs

UTA biologist Laura Mydlarz is leading a new study aimed at quantifying how susceptible coral species are to disease by examining their immunity through a series of novel experiments and approaches.

Aim of assessment study to foster collaboration across region

Fair housing

A University of Texas at Arlington interdisciplinary study will assess fair housing challenges across the region, looking at proactively removing barriers among affected populations. The study has more than 20 entities involved now.

UTA organizes inaugural ‘Responsible Shale Energy Extraction’ Conference as part of Earth Day Texas 2017

Hosting multiple perspectives

UTA is organizing the inaugural “Responsible Shale Energy Extraction” Conference on April 21-22 at Fair Park in Dallas as part of Earth Day Texas, the world’s largest annual forum for sharing the latest initiatives, discoveries, research, innovations, policies, and corporate practices that are reshaping our world.

Athletics

WT: No. 47 Rice comes back against UTA

Astrid Gehre and Anna Wichert improved to 15-0 with a win over Rice's No. 79 squad.

SB: Mean Green hold off late UTA comeback

UTA returns to Sun Belt action when it travels to Troy for a three-game set beginning Saturday.

VB: Wenger Adds Courtney McDonald to Coaching Staff

Former Auburn star Courtney McDonald has been named to the UTA volleyball coaching staff.

Videos

Fighting crime play video

Fighting crime

Knightscope is an autonomous crime fighting tool that could be the security force of the future. UTA alumnus Stacy Stephens is one of Knightscope's founders.

Thanking donors play video

Thanking donors

UTA's College of Nursing and Health Innovation has raised more than $3 million through its Dream Makers scholarship program. Every penny raised helps students.

Tomorrow's teachers play video

Tomorrow's teachers

Grand Prairie high school students now have a clear, streamlined path to a degree in education and a career as a bilingual or ESL teacher thanks to a new UTA partnership.

Fighting the flu play video

Fighting the flu

UTA Materials Science and Engineering Professor Perena Gouma invented a hand held monitor that can detect the flu virus in someone's breath.