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A new College of Liberal Arts initiative is using big data to analyze everything from medieval texts to Jay Z lyrics.
A record number of graduates received their degrees last week at December Commencement ceremonies in College Park Center.
Pomp and circumstance were on full display Thursday-Saturday at commencement ceremonies in College Park Center.
Seventeen years ago, Taylor Smith posed for an ad for UTA’s School of Nursing. On December 15, she’ll graduate from that very same school.
Mayank Jain came to UTA to study under Ramez Elmasri, a computer science and engineering professor whose work he had long admired. Now Jain is graduating with a master's degree in computer science and two tech startups under his belt.
After Phyllis McGeath's oldest son was killed while serving as a U.S. Marine in Afghanistan, she was determined to finish her degree because he never had the chance to finish his.
Qilian Liang, professor of Electrical Engineering, has been named a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He was specifically cited for his contributions to interval type-2 fuzzy logic systems.
A UTA graduate student in architecture has won a statewide competition for design of a Dallas high-speed rail station. Her winning design is an elevated station that traverses Dallas’ highways with parking, retail shops, and restaurants underneath.
As Native American languages are spoken less every year, UTA researchers are working on campus and in the community to preserve them.
Bongani Mlambo, a 2010 film/video graduate, is a rising cinematographer with two feature films under his belt.