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Graduates of UT Arlington's Bioengineering Department have become world-renowned authorities in forensic accident reconstruction, gene therapy, heart valve function, and many other life-enhancing fields.
As a KTVT/CBS 11 news reporter, alumna Elizabeth Dinh covers some of the top stories impacting North Texas while remaining active in the Asian-American community.
Students in a graduate-level architecture course have designed an urban youth farm to help strengthen the La Bajada community in West Dallas.
Los Angeles-based alumnus Paul Windle's illustrations have appeared in numerous high-profile publications, earning him national recognition for outstanding achievement by communication arts professionals age 30 or younger.
Distinguished Alumnus George Pickett and his wife, Elizabeth, have established the first endowed professorship for the Department of Industrial, Manufacturing, and Systems Engineering.
Nafees Alam ’02 is changing the North Texas dining landscape through his company, DRG Concepts, which works with top chefs to implement innovative restaurant ideas.
Through the nonprofit Global Community for Education, students and professors traveled to Nepal to hand-deliver school supplies to classrooms in a remote Himalayan village.
Could life exist in regions around stars that burn brighter than the sun? Physics Professor Manfred Cuntz says scientists should not dismiss the possibility.
For more than 35 years, mechanical engineering Professor Robert Woods has helped students build high-performance race cars through UTA’s Formula SAE program.
With their advancements in drug discovery and delivery, UT Arlington researchers are leading the charge to detect and battle serious health problems.