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Water Worries

Researchers devise novel methods to extend the water supply

Water safety is a major concern in North Texas, where city officials and residents fret over the stability of the supply. UT Arlington is taking the lead in this important field.

Qiliang Liang

Professor builds a better radar system

An electrical engineering professor’s processing system could provide the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps with more efficient radar and surveillance systems.

Anderson Cooperwatch video

Anderson Cooper shares insights into successful career

While discussing his career in journalism as part of the Maverick Speakers Series, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper captivated the College Park Center audience with his humility, humor, and sincerity.

Kent Elliott and Blake Samper

Students' environmental design wins high honors

The Environmental Protection Agency has recognized two landscape architecture students for their design of a campus stormwater runoff system.

piles of trash at the landfill

Civil engineers turn landfills into a power source

An innovative recirculation system developed by two civil engineers is providing a source of electricity for about 1,600 households in Denton, Texas.

Mohammad Najafi

Overdue for a major overhaul

Discovering new ways to repair, maintain, and update the nation's aging roadways, pipelines, manholes, and other infrastructure could save lives and billions of dollars.

The Eureka Engineers

Engineers honored for life-enhancing discoveries

Decades devoted to creating life-altering advancements in health care, transportation, and other critical fields have earned four professors induction into the National Academy of Inventors.

Dr. Montgomery, right, with Gates Foundation CEO Jeff Raikes

Alumnus combats serious illnesses in Africa

Health official Joel Montgomery works with the local population in Nairobi, Kenya, to identify, combat, and reduce dengue fever, typhoid, and other potentially fatal diseases.

Biology Department Chair Jonathan Campbell and his wife, Tanya Dowdeywatch video

Couple donate extensive collection of African art

Biology Department Chair Jonathan Campbell and his wife, Tanya Dowdey, have donated a large portion of their African art collection to the College of Liberal Arts.

Alumnus Peter Twele and friend

Alumnus promotes understanding between cultures

After 11 years in the Middle East, Peter Twele amassed abundant research and a deeper understanding of the cultures. The experiences fueled his memoir, Rubbing Shoulders in Yemen.