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Two engineers have created a micro-windmill smaller than a grain of rice that can produce enough power to keep your cellphone charged.
Russian language Lecturer Tatiana Baeva and a group of UTA students travel to Russia to teach and mentor orphans through the nonprofit Allies in Youth Development.
Established a decade ago with an anonymous $2 million gift in honor of John Goolsby ’64 and his wife, Judy, the Goolsby Leadership Academy produces graduates prepared for success.
Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley ’76 traces his prolific civic and professional involvement to his parents, who taught him the importance of giving back to the community.
The UT Arlington Research Institute's high school internship program enables students from Arlington high schools to work on cutting-edge projects alongside UTARI researchers.
As president of National Autobody Parts Warehouse, alumnus Mike Dolabi has steered the growing company down the road to success by emphasizing consistency, integrity, hard work, and creativity.
Nursing alumna Stephanie Duncan is providing medical care and strengthening communities through her work with the international charity Mercy Ships in the Republic of Congo.
Established nearly 40 years ago, the C.J. and Clara Earle Student Scholarship endowment has awarded 574 scholarships to deserving students in the College of Business.
Ignacio Ruiz-Pérez, associate professor of Spanish, won the Ninth Annual Luis Cardoza y Aragón Poetry Prize for his Notas manuscritas llenas de incógnitas (Manuscript Notes Full of Questions).
As 3-D printing continues to change the business landscape, UT Arlington has emerged as a leader in adapting this burgeoning technology for a wide range of disciplines.