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Karen Blair McAlister's path through graduate school was paved with loss, but she persevered through the challenges and this week will receive her master's degree in communication.
As his senior year at UTA was about to begin, May graduate Daniel Winston-Ruiz suffered a deep personal loss. But he persevered, eventually gaining acceptance to all of the top law schools in the nation.
During her time at UTA, Sylvia Loh took full advantage of the University’s many undergraduate research opportunities. Her hard work will pay off this week when she receives her combined B.S./M.S. degree during Commencement.
UTA’s Minor in Disability Studies is one of the only programs of its kind in the South. Since its implementation, it has helped change perspectives on campus about disabilities.
Visiosound, a new business founded on the UTA campus, is developing a “visual accent trainer” that listens to someone’s speech and helps improve diction.
Professors in the Colleges of Engineering, Science, Education, and School of Social Work are working together to predict anger in the brain before a person acts upon it.
Three assistant professors in UTA’s College of Engineering received the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for junior faculty.
This landmark UTA program promotes college access and readiness and annually impacts more than 30,000 low- to moderate-income students, like recent graduate Giselly Cobas-Rincon.
UTA men’s basketball Coach Scott Cross talked with KDFW Fox 4’s Mike Doocy this week about the rise of Mid-Major college teams and the chemistry that led this year’s 24-win Mavericks to the CollegeInsider.com Tournament quarterfinals at 6 p.m. CST on Thursday, March 24.
Kate Schickedanz Leino ‘14 lost her husband, Tim, at a young age, and now donates to the College of Nursing and Health Innovation’s Dream Makers scholarship fund in his honor “because giving feels better than just being sad.”