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The team won its first national championship Saturday, defeating Illinois 65-51 in the title game of the National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament. The men’s team took third place.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price ’72, Grand Prairie Mayor Ron Jensen ’73, and Frisco Mayor Maher Maso ’08 hold their city hall’s highest office.
This week the men's and women's basketball teams play in the Sun Belt Conference Championship and the Movin’ Mavs and the Lady Movin’ Mavs play in the National Wheelchair Basketball Association Intercollegiate Division National Championship Tournament.
Kate Schickedanz Leino ‘14 lost her husband, Tim, at a young age, and now donates to the College of Nursing and Health Innovation’s Dream Makers scholarship fund in his honor “because giving feels better than just being sad.”
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.
Samir Iqbal, a UTA associate professor of electrical engineering, has been named a Fellow of the prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry, the United Kingdom-based association representing the world’s leading chemical scientists.
A team of UTA chemists and engineers have proven that concentrated light, heat and high pressures can drive the conversion of carbon dioxide and water directly into useable liquid hydrocarbon fuels.
As today’s major cities grow into megacities of more than 10 million people, UTA researchers are tackling the complex challenges that arise from these swelling urban communities.