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Brain Game

Researchers tackle mental health issues in young adults

Engineering, nursing, and social work researchers are combating the rise in mental illness among young adults by developing better ways to screen for depression, treat PTSD in veterans, and more.

The Science of Shopping

Renowned researcher explores the science of business

Professor Kay-Yut Chen’s research examines why people make the decisions they do in business and how we can predict those decisions. Such data-driven insights help companies improve their bottom line.

Model Behavior

Biologists examine animals to unwrap the essence of humanity

By studying the genomes of such diverse creatures as pigeons, pythons, and beetles, UT Arlington biologists are uncovering important insights into what makes us human.

John Gurak

Student uses EPA grant to further green chemistry

Conversations about sustainability usually include topics like renewable energy and carbon emissions. But when biochemistry senior John Gurak addresses the subject, he focuses on something entirely different.

Caroline Davis

Rising musician hits all the right notes

Following a recent move to New York City, alumna and alto saxophonist Caroline Davis hones her craft while making a name for herself on the national jazz scene.

SKY NOIR PHOTOGRAPHY BY BILL DICKINSON

Physicists seek to uncover the secrets of the universe

Could an overlooked class of stars host life? How can we prevent space weather from wreaking havoc on Earth? Do exomoons really exist? UT Arlington physics are answering these questions and more.

Pathways to College

Innovative programs encourage students to attend college

Through a broad and diverse array of support programs, UT Arlington is helping high school students navigate the road to higher education and brighter futures.

Greek Row

Fraternities, sororities inspire Mavericks for life

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.

Stephen Lapthisophon Art

Professor's art springs from ordinary experiences

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.

Tillie Burgin

Partnership helps low-income patients battle diabetes

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.