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As membership in UT Arlington’s Greek organizations increases, students reap the benefits of lifelong friendships, stronger ties to their alma mater, and opportunities to serve the community.
Former U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Henry Cisneros stressed the importance of intellectual capital during his Texas Hall lecture on urban growth as part of the Maverick Speakers Series.
Often constructed with food materials like coffee and ground spices, the work of acclaimed artist and Assistant Professor Stephen Lapthisophon emphasizes senses other than sight.
Through the La Sweet Vida campaign, UTA students and professors have teamed with Mission Arlington to help people recognize symptoms of diabetes and make the life changes to manage it.
At least 10 alumni currently lead institutions of higher education, including large public universities, small private colleges, and seminaries. Learn the secrets to their success.
Film major Christian Vasquez was one of 50 students to participate in a re-creation of the Freedom Rides in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act.
Four international Fulbright Scholars—the most ever in one academic year—are enrolled at UT Arlington for 2014-15. The talented students hail from Belarus, Korea, Estonia, and Iraq.
What will the city of the future look like? UT Arlington professors believe they’ll feature high-rise structures with levels of greenery and aerial trams that zoom workers straight to high-tech offices.
Michio Kaku enlightened and entertained a packed Texas Hall with his accessible approach to theoretical physics and its impact on the future as part of the Maverick Speakers Series.
UT Arlington is changing the way undergraduate students prepare for STEM careers through a new program that emphasizes real-world research and experiential learning.