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Priscilla Glenn, left, and Mayowa Olawoyin on the right

Students earn NSF fellowships to support doctoral studies

Two College of Science students—Priscilla Glenn, left, and Mayowa Olawoyin—will further their graduate education through the National Science Foundation's prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship Program for 2017.

Students at commencement

Pomp and Circumstance

Graduation candidates celebrated their accomplishments at UTA’s Commencement ceremonies Thursday-Saturday, May 11-13.

UTA's Fablab

UTA Libraries testing makerspace effectiveness

A UTA team will identify the effectiveness of makerspaces—community-operated work spaces where people with common interests meet, socialize, and collaborate on projects—on undergraduate learning.

Lindsay Ramon a Social Work junior

Campaign shares stories about what makes UTA unique

Learn what it means to be #MaverickMade. Students, alumni, faculty, and staff share their experiences with new and future students on what makes The University of Texas at Arlington great.

The UTA booth at the Fort Worth Main St. Arts Festival

UTA draws crowds at Main St. Arts Festival

UTA colleges entertained the crowds at the Fort Worth Main St. Arts Festival on April 20-23 with 3-D printing, health screenings, science experiments, UTA jazz bands, and more.

UTA art student Miso Kim

UTA student chosen for prestigious art program

Sophomore Miso Kim was one of only 26 students worldwide selected for Yale University's Norfolk Summer Program, the preeminent undergraduate art program in the United States.

Eugene Tseng, Richard Tran, Toby Park, Kevin Park, Yusuf Sunka, and Tony Lam. (Photo courtesy of Blizzard Entertainment)

Gaming for tuition

Five members of UTA's ESports Club won free tuition after going undefeated in 29 games in the Heroes of the Dorm video gaming tournament.

Students building tiny houses on the UTA campuswatch video

CAPPA students receive hands-on experience with micro living

Students from the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs are building tiny houses on the west side of the UTA campus for their senior design projects.

Benjamin Jones, UTA assistant professor of Physics

Assistant professor recognized for particle research

Benjamin Jones received the Mitsuyoshi Tanaka Dissertation Award in Experimental Particle Physics, considered the most prestigious dissertation award in the field.

Student working at the Big Event

UTA supports community with The Big Event

More than 1,300 students, faculty, and staff from UTA will lend helping hands across North Texas on Saturday for an annual day of service known as The Big Event.