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21st Annual Powwow, Winds of Change ‘Top Colleges’ list heighten UTA commitment to Native American students and community

Culture and commitment

UTA's 21st Annual Scholarship Benefit Powwow and designation as a top college for Native American students strengthen the University's commitment to Native American students and community.

CMAS Technology Lab

CMAS Technology Lab

GM has partnered with LULAC to open a new technology center on the UTA campus, KXAS/NBC 5 reported. Students and community members may use the space at the Center for Mexican American Studies to engage in STEM studies.

UTA engineer earns NSF CAREER grant to develop all-liquid, optofluidic laser to better detect diseases

Laser diagnosis

An electrical engineering assistant professor is developing an all-liquid, optofluidic laser that could lead to quicker cancer detection of patients in doctors' offices. Yuze "Alice" Sun received an NSF Early CAREER Award grant to perform the research.

UTA engineers pursuing applications for new ultra-thin semiconductor lasers in the medical field, consumer arena

Laser efficiency

Weidong Zhou, a University of Texas at Arlington electrical engineering professor, is working to develop a new ultra-thin semiconductor laser that could be integrated into consumer electronics to increase speed and capacity of the chips.

UTA to Harvard Law

UTA to Harvard Law

UTA alumna Carolyn Ruiz is featured in a Harvard Gazette story about Harvard Law School students helping struggling small business owners. Ruiz was among the members of the first graduating class of UTA’s Pre-Law and Legal Studies Center.


Monday, February 8, 2016

Chinese New Year Celebraton

4:00 pm. UC Palo Duro . Come out in celebrate Chinese New Year with Multicultural…

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Walk-In Hours - The Career Development Center - 9:00AM - 11:45AM

9:00 am. 216 Davis Hall. Walk-ins are short, 15-minute sessions. Students may…

Art Exhibition: "The Madcap World of John Hernandez, 1978-2015"

10:00 am. The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg..

Study Abroad Info Session

12:00 pm. Preston Hall 104. Interested in studying abroad but do not know where…

Black History Month: I Am Study Abroad

12:30 pm. UC Concho . Part of Black History Month 2016 Hosted by the Multicultural…

Black History Month: Coalition Building

6:30 pm. UC Concho. Presented by Dr. Jason Shelton UTA Department of Sociology…

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

AmeriCorps Information Table

10:00 am. University Center Booth #3.

Art Exhibition: "The Madcap World of John Hernandez, 1978-2015"

10:00 am. The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg..

Congress Conversations

10:00 am. 1st floor, Pickard Hall. Student Congress senators will be hosting Congress…

Study Abroad Information Booth

11:00 am. Booth 2, UC main level. Drop by the Study Abroad Information Booth to get information…

Consent is Sexy

11:00 am. Palo Duro Lounge, U.C. Join Health Services for this informative event that…

Men & Masculinities Series: Healthy Relationships

12:00 pm. University Hall 025. Co-Hosted with the RVSP Program and the Gay Straight…

Gilman Scholarship Workshop

12:00 pm. Trimble Hall 200. The Gilman Scholarship provides study abroad funding…

Engineering Info Session - for UGRD Students

4:30 pm. Ransom Hall Lobby. David Ewing, Coordinator for ENGR 1300, will be speaking…

Learn to Learn Workshop

6:30 pm. UT Arlington CEWF-E200F.

Why Mass Incarceration Matters

7:00 pm. Central Library 6th floor parlor. Noted scholar and activist Heather Ann Thompson will…


WBB: Rivalry continues as Gerlich seeks 200th win

UT Arlington can see the light at the end of the tunnel on its five-game road trip, but it has one last stop at in-state rival Texas State on Tuesday at 1 p.m.

MBB: Mavs finish roadie at Texas State

The monkey has been lifted off the backs of the UT Arlington Mavericks after Saturday's impressive victory at Georgia State.

Baseball and Softball Host First Pitch Fundraiser

UT Arlington's baseball and softball programs came together for the First Pitch Fundraiser on Saturday at the Justin D. Wilson Hitting Facility, capping a full day of events that included the first-ever UTA Baseball Alumni Game and UTA Softball Hit-A-Thon.


A Landfill With a 200 Year Lifespan play video

A Landfill With a 200 Year Lifespan

UTA civil engineers are working to increase the average lifespan of landfills from 30 to 200 years. Their research has helped Denton, Texas find innovative waste managment solutions. 

Achievements in Architecture play video

Achievements in Architecture

School of Architecture graduate Ralph Hawkins recently received a lifetime achievement award from the American College of Healthcare Architects.

Making Beautiful Music play video

Making Beautiful Music

The University of Texas at Arlington A Cappella Choir joined the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s tribute to legendary composer George Gershwin at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center.

UTA Professor Receives Five Patents in One Year play video

UTA Professor Receives Five Patents in One Year

Professor Robert Magnusson, UTA’s Texas Instruments Distinguished Chair in Nanoelectronics, had five patents issued in less than a year.