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UT Arlington researchers develop transparent nanoscintillators for radiation detection for medical safety and homeland security

Detecting dangers

A UT Arlington research team has developed a new radiation detection method that could lead to advances in medical safety and homeland security.

Innovation Nation

Innovation Nation

A new CBS News program featured UT Arlington research involving a micro-windmill. The device could generate wind energy for powering sensors, lights and cell phones.

Digital archiving

Digital archiving

A National Endowment for the Humanities grant is helping UT Arlington to create a world-class cold storage preservation vault at its Central Library, Inside Philanthropy reported.

Architecture students in Advanced Design Studio embedded at HKS

Real-world experience

UT Arlington’s Center for Metropolitan Density has teamed with acclaimed architects HKS Inc. to embed graduate students in an Advanced Design Studio, giving the students a feel for what the professional world will be like.

Forming better database queries at heart of NSF research project

Asking the right question

UT Arlington professor says system could lead to improved decision making.

Events

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Kevin Bradford's "Ballast"- UC Art Gallery

8:00 am. University Center Art Gallery. Kevin Bradford Ballast Ballast Noun ˈba-ləst/:…

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 in The Gallery at UTA: Mary McCleary/Andrea Rosenberg

10:00 am. The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg.. Mary McCleary meticulously crafts labor-intensive 3-D…

ISA Study Abroad Information Table

11:00 am. Booth 2, UC main level. Drop by the table to learn more about ISA's amazing…

Library Services

12:00 pm. Central Library 315a. Learn about what services and events the UT Arlington…

Mock Interview Day

1:00 pm. 216 Davis Hall. Sharpen your interview skills! Employers will be here…

Rec-Spolsion at the MAC

2:00 pm. The MAC. Learn about and sample everything Campus Recreation…

Success Series: Study Skills

3:00 pm. Trimble Hall 23. Students will learn effective study skills specific…

ISA International Service Programs Info Session

4:00 pm. Blanco, Upper Level UC. Attend this information session to learn about ISA's…

Graduate Students

4:00 pm. Planetarium Conference Room (located in the Chemistry and Physics Building on the 3rd floor). Intro to Graduate School - How to Choose…

Open House Night

5:00 pm. Planetarium. Join us at 5:00 PM every Tuesday in September when…

HHM - Open Mic Night Featuring Dr. Ignacio Ruiz-Prez

6:30 pm. UC Rio Grande. Part of Hispanic Heritage Month 2014 Hosted by the…

UTA Night at Alley Cats Sponsored By UTA-HOSTS!

7:00 pm. Alley Cats Family Entertainment 2008 W. Pleasant Ridge Road - Arlington, TX 76015. Join UTA-HOSTS! Peer Mentoring Program at Alley Cats…

Faculty Jazz Recital

7:30 pm. Irons Recital Hall (105 Fine Arts Building). A jazz recital featuring Tim Ishii and Ken Edwards…

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Application Deadline for Spring/Winter 2015 Study Abroad Programs

All Day. Study Abroad Office, Swift Center.

Exhibit of drawings of Mauricio Rocha + Gabriela Carrillo

All Day. Architecture Gallery.

Athletics

BSB: Mavericks open up fall practice

UT Arlington opened up fall practice on Monday and will look to build on the success of the 2014 season with a good mix of returning players and newcomers. Workouts are taking place at Clay Gould Ballpark and the adjacent Justin D. Wilson Batting Facility.

W. Tennis. TN: Women's tennis continues to find success at Rice Invitational

TN: Women's tennis continues to find success at Rice Invitational

The UTA women's tennis team had a successful weekend in Houston at the 2014 Rice Invitational, winning numerous matches in both singles and doubles play.

BSB: Mavericks host Baseball Alumni Weekend

UT Arlington hosted its annual Baseball Alumni Weekend this past Friday and Saturday with the alumni raising $6,000 to benefit the baseball program.