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A hand-held breathalyzer that can detect the flu virus could lead to earlier diagnosis and treatment. Materials science and engineering Professor Perena Gouma invented the monitor, which may help prevent flu epidemics from spreading.
For 10 years, the Relationship Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention, or RVSP, program has worked to create an environment of support and advocacy for students affected by sexual and relationship violence.
A record number of graduates received their degrees last week at December Commencement ceremonies in College Park Center.
Seventeen years ago, Taylor Smith posed for an ad for UTA’s School of Nursing. On December 15, she’ll graduate from that very same school.
Mayank Jain came to UTA to study under Ramez Elmasri, a computer science and engineering professor whose work he had long admired. Now Jain is graduating with a master's degree in computer science and two tech startups under his belt.
After Phyllis McGeath's oldest son was killed while serving as a U.S. Marine in Afghanistan, she was determined to finish her degree because he never had the chance to finish his.
Exciting construction projects are underway in the city of Arlington, including UTA's new Science and Engineering Innovation and Research building.
Sampath Reddy Vengate (’16 MS, Aerospace Engineering) became the first person to successfully flight test an unmanned aerial vehicle that uses moving weights in its wings.
The University's diverse student body and a tradition of academic excellence draws top high school scholars including valedictorians, salutatorians and National Merit Scholars to the Class of 2020.
Mavericks will have a critical advantage over their job-seeking competition as the University's new Career Development Center begins serving their needs in a revolutionary way.