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Christina Dan is a first-generation college graduate. She credits UTA’s Career Development Center with helping her land her dream job before she even began her senior year.
Karen Blair McAlister's path through graduate school was paved with loss, but she persevered through the challenges and this week will receive her master's degree in communication.
As his senior year at UTA was about to begin, May graduate Daniel Winston-Ruiz suffered a deep personal loss. But he persevered, eventually gaining acceptance to all of the top law schools in the nation.
UTA’s Minor in Disability Studies is one of the only programs of its kind in the South. Since its implementation, it has helped change perspectives on campus about disabilities.
Three assistant professors in UTA’s College of Engineering received the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for junior faculty.
This landmark UTA program promotes college access and readiness and annually impacts more than 30,000 low- to moderate-income students, like recent graduate Giselly Cobas-Rincon.
The National League for Nursing named UTA’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation a Center of Excellence for "creating environments that enhance student learning and professional development.”
U.S. News & World Report ranks UTA’s graduate programs in engineering, business, nursing, and education among the nation’s best based on peer evaluations and the quality of faculty, research, and students.
College students of today are helping college students of tomorrow through a program that encourages high schoolers to pursue higher education.
Krish Prabhu, president of AT&T Labs and chief technology officer, has been named to UTA’s Engineering Hall of Achievement and appointed a research professor.