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UTA Libraries grant

UTA Libraries grant

The UTA Libraries received a $25,000 TexTreasures grant to scan 15,000 negatives from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram photographic collection. The project continues an effort started last year to digitize negatives documenting the transformation of Fort Worth during World War II.

Music alumna wins professional vocal competition in Italy

Winning voice

University of Texas at Arlington alumna and critically acclaimed mezzo soprano Raehann Bryce-Davis won both the Grand Prize and Audience Prize at the Concorso Lirico di Portofino, a prestigious vocal competition in Portofino, Italy.

UTA astrophysicists predict Earth-like planet may exist in star system only 16 light years away

Potential new earth

UTA astrophysicists have predicted that an Earth-like planet may be lurking in a star system just 16 light years away. The researchers published their findings today as “Dynamics of a probable Earth-Like Planet in the GJ 832 System” in The Astrophysical Journal.

Undergraduates find “transformative experience” through UTA’s sponsorship of new undergraduate research programs

Transformative experience

Peter Zotor studies biochemistry at UTA and plans to attend medical school. One of the first cohort of 21 undergraduates who received $3,000 to pursue undergraduate research over the summer, he described the new UTA-sponsored Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program as a “transformative experience.”

UTA NAACP honored with five top national awards

Chapter of the year

The University of Texas at Arlington’s National Association for the Advancement of Colored People student chapter received the College Chapter of the Year award for the second year in a row at the 108th NAACP National Convention in Baltimore.

Athletics

VB: Get to Know Madison McConnell

As UTA's volleyball season draws closer, UTAMavs.com will highlight each Maverick student-athlete with a fun Q&A!

W. Basketball. WBB: Lady Mavs top Ottawa on Day 2

WBB: Lady Mavs top Ottawa on Day 2

UTA downed Ottawa with a big third quarter on the way to a strong finish in the final game against the opponent.

VB: Get to Know Cameryn Zahradnik

As UTA's volleyball season draws closer, UTAMavs.com will highlight each Maverick student-athlete with a fun Q&A!

Videos

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"Hallewood" bound

Veronica Sanders was once a teenage mom with few career options ahead of her.  She found UTA, discovered a passion for design, and recently landed a Hollywood star as a client.

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#MavGrad2017: Ana Rios-Amaro

Born and raised in Texas to parents who migrated from Mexico, Ana Rios-Amaro is the first member of her family to graduate from college.  She is receiving a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and she plans to go on to obtain an MBA.

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#MavGrad2017: Jason Simmons

During eight years as a U.S. Marine, Jason Simmons experienced five deploymnets.  He overcame severe PTSD and discovered a passion for helping veterans facing similar struggles.  He is graduating from UTA with a Master of Social Work.

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Outstanding alumni

The University of Texas at Arlington congratulates its alumni named to the Fort Worth Business Press 2017 "40 Under 40" List.