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Public Health Advisory

Public Health Advisory

UT Arlington is monitoring reports of Ebola virus in the U.S. Requests for travel to restricted regions must be reviewed.

Craig H. Neilsen Foundation establishes scholarship program for UT Arlington students with spinal cord injuries

Reducing barriers

Nationally prominent foundation establishes scholarship program and supplemental support fund for UTA students with spinal cord injuries.

Educator of the year

Educator of the year

The Tarrant County Asian American Chamber of Commerce recently named UT Arlington Electrical Engineering Professor J.-C. Chiao its Educator of the Year.

UT Arlington researcher uses microscaffolding injections to mend cartilage, prevent osteoarthritis

Stem cell generation

A bioengineering professor is working on research that injects microscaffolding into a patient, spurring use of that patient's own stem cells.

Nearly $1 million NSF grant will support UT Arlington doctoral students

A diverse field

A new grant from the National Science Foundation will help UT Arlington’s Bridge to the Doctorate program increase diversity in science and engineering.

Events

Friday, October 31, 2014

Movin Mavs Home Tournament

All Day. PEB/MAC.

Free Secure Electronic Media Destruction Week

All Day. Wetsel Service Center (WET). The Information Security Office will cover the costs…

International Education Week: UTA Study Abroad Photo Contest

All Day. University Center Gallery. View photos taken by UTA Study Abroad Alumni and vote…

MavsArt Fall 2014

All Day. first floor Central Library. This semester-long exhibit is a chance for UT Arlington…

Study Abroad Photo Contest- UC Art Gallery

8:00 am. University Center Art Gallery.

AT&T On-Campus Interviews

8:00 am. The Career Development Center, 216 Davis Hall. AT&T is conducting on-campus interviews in the…

The Price of Manifest Destiny: Maps relating to Wars in the Southwest

9:00 am. 6th Floor, Central Library. The exhibit examines how maps and war interlock in…

Maverick Spirit Fridays

10:00 am. The Parks Mall at Arlington. Save money, just by being a UT Arlington Maverick!…

Art Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA: Philip Van Keuren / Liz Ward

10:00 am. Fine Arts 169. Though distinctly different in their choices of medium,…

Spacepark 360: Infinity

6:00 pm. Planetarium. The fastest fulldome show continues with 9 all new…

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Movin Mavs Home Tournament

All Day. PEB/MAC.

MavsArt Fall 2014

All Day. first floor Central Library. This semester-long exhibit is a chance for UT Arlington…

The Price of Manifest Destiny: Maps relating to Wars in the Southwest

9:00 am. 6th Floor, Central Library. The exhibit examines how maps and war interlock in…

Art Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA: Philip Van Keuren / Liz Ward

12:00 pm. The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg.. Though distinctly different in their choices of medium,…

One World, One Sky

1:00 pm. Planetarium. Discover the night sky with Big Bird, Elmo and their…

Two Small Pieces of Glass

2:30 pm. Planetarium. Follow two students as they interact with an astronomer…

Athletics

BSB: Fall World Series opens Monday

UT Arlington baseball's Fall World Series opens on Monday with first pitch slated for 3 p.m. at Clay Gould Ballpark. The three-game series continues with games on Wednesday and Friday.

M. Tennis. TN: Mavericks head out for final tournaments of fall season

TN: Mavericks head out for final tournaments of fall season

The men head to Fort Meyers, Florida to compete in the Florida Gulf Coast Invitational, while the women head north to Denton to compete in the North Texas Wild West Shootout.

VB: Mavericks look to continue strong play

UT Arlington's 2014 season has been one to remember as the Mavericks squad reached a new level of success, highlighted by the program's first twenty-win season since 2006.