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UTA education researcher named Greater Texas Foundation Faculty Fellow

Educational leadership

Yi “Leaf” Zhang, an assistant professor in the College of Education, has been named a member of the 2016 Class of Greater Texas Foundation Faculty Fellows. Her research focuses on community college transfer students’ persistence and degree completion.

National crisis grows

National crisis grows

Anne Bavier, dean of the UTA College of Nursing and Health Innovation, discusses the need for more well-trained healthcare educators in an opinion column for D Healthcare magazine.

The big screen

The big screen

Ya’Ke Smith, the UTA Morgan Woodward Distinguished Professor of Film, talks to KERA’s Art & Seek about his work on David Simon’s new television show for HBO.

UTA and UT Southwestern partner to improve accuracy of cancer radiation therapy delivery

Leading on cancer

Researchers at UTA and UT Southwestern are collaborating on two projects to improve the accuracy of the delivery of cancer radiation therapies and minimize the exposure of healthy tissues. The projects will employ big data analysis and physics models to improve technologies used to deliver therapy and ultimately improve patient care.

UTA researchers devise new system to measure dry blood samples used in infant HIV screening, testing for metabolic disorders

New testing technique

UTA researchers have demonstrated that electrical conductivity can be an effective means to measure the amount of blood present in dry blood spot analysis, which is routinely used for infant HIV screening and testing for metabolic disorders. The research was recently published in the leading journal "Analytical Chemistry."

Athletics

MG: Deane captures Telepacific Communications Championship

As summer heats up, it is the UT Arlington golf coaches who are firing on all cylinders. UTA coach Stuart Deane and associate head coach Casey Devoll finished one and two at the TelePacific Communications Western Championship at Mira Vista Country Club on Tuesday.

Rudewick honored with Frank Medina Award

Leading the charge in helping student-athletes return to the court from injury, Roy Rudewick has been instrumental in the success of UTA's Sports Medicine program.

BestOf15-16: Jones Drills 3 To Lifts Mavs Past Louisiana

Leading up to the 2016-17 seasons beginning with UTA volleyball in August, UTA Athletics is making sure we do not forget the accomplishments of the past season. Running from June through August, we will be counting down the top-15 moments and performances with "Best of 2015-16" features.

Videos

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"Watch Out, Blaze!"

Members of the UTA Poiice Department prevent our beloved mascot from taking a tumble while playing Pokemon Go. Have fun when you play on campus, but please be smart and stay safe.

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New Education Leader

Teresa Taber Doughty will join UTA as the dean of the College of Education on August 1. She looks forward to working with North Texas educators to improve outcomes for students of all ages.

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Excellence in STEM

Students from middle schools across North Texas spent two weeks living on campus and learning advanced STEM curriculum as part of the ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp.

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Diversity and Growth

College of Liberal Arts Assistant Dean Les Riding-In is the primary sponsor of the UTA Native American Student Association, which is the longest running Native American college group in Texas.